Costa Rica gets into your soul. Pura Vida is a feeling; a way of life. My family has had connections to Costa Rica for nearly half a century, but lately … Continue reading
Cruise lines frequently stop in the Bahamas; it’s a convenient stop being so close to the Florida ports, and a lot of ships are registered there. With that said, the reviews on the Bahamas, Nassau in particular, are absolutely terrifying.
I will be the first to tell you, GO! It’s beautiful.
This has been a very exciting week for Buddhaful Britt. I was listed in an article on the Artful Club as one of the most interesting travel blogs to follow. … Continue reading
Today we have a guest post on Buddhaful Britt, “Dubai Travel Tips: Where to Go and What to See” by Frank Lee; a fellow writer and traveller who works for … Continue reading
Visiting a Sponsored Child – Cuajiniquilapa, Guererro, Mexico By Lisa Britt | May 13th, 2005 on “Boots n All” World Vision is a children’s organization very similar to the Sally … Continue reading
As I travel, I tend to forget that I live in a beautiful paradise where people spend thousands of dollars to visit. I’ve mentioned before, that I am by nature … Continue reading
Somehow, as I travel to remote locale’s around the globe, I end up surrounded by drum circles, yoga, and hippies. I must send that gypsy vibe out to the Universe… or … Continue reading
WOW, Ok. I am still fresh off the plane from my second trip to New Delhi, India and I am at a loss of where to begin to tell the … Continue reading
Pura-Vida means PURE LIFE. It’s used multiple ways in Costa Rica like hello and good-bye, but to many of us… it’s a feeling. Some say Jaco has no “Pura-Vida;” that … Continue reading
The Golden Triangle, Road to Jaipur This was my first time in India… The best way to describe it is, India is an endless exotic photo-shoot. India is non-stop “What. … Continue reading
Somewhere around 2003 my company sent me to Mexico City to help open a few lounges in a trendy new W hotel, located in the posh Mexican neighborhood of Polanco. … Continue reading
What can be said about a town that most people choose to skip, or scurry away from quickly into the Costa Rican jungles and beaches? The very appropriate nick-name for … Continue reading