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Haiti's Metal Artisans of Croix-des-Bouquet

This post is part of a series on my recent trip to Haiti as part of Heart of Haiti’s #Bloggers4Haiti trip. To read more in this series,  1,409 more words


Top Five Things to Do in San Diego with Kids

This year for our kid’s spring break, we decided to do something a little different. Instead of spending our entire vacation in Tucson with my parents, we split our vacation in half and spent four days in San Diego and the remainder of the week in Tucson. 1,144 more words


An afternoon in La Jolla

Nestled along the coastline north of San Diego lies the beautiful, hilly seaside town of La Jolla. Known as the one of the most affluent addresses in all of San Diego, La Jolla is the perfect place to dine, shop, and visit some of California’s most beautiful beaches. 768 more words


Leaving the Andes

Saying goodbye to a trip is always hard. Over four months later I am still writing about Bolivia and today is the very last post. Life has been so busy that it all feels sometimes like a blur. 336 more words


The Descent from Cerro Austria

Author’s note: This post is a continuation of “The Grand Finale: Climbing Austria Peak“.

It took only three hours to climb up from our base camp at 15,500 to the summit of Cerro Austria at 17,698 feet (5,396 meters). 239 more words


The Grand Finale: Climbing Austria Peak

Life is a song – sing it. Life is a game – play it. Life is a challenge – meet it. Life is a dream – realize it. 774 more words


Macy's Flower Show: An Explosion of "Art in Bloom"

“Every flower is a soul blossoming in nature”. – Gerard De Nerval

Every year, Macy’s Department Store rewards the public by putting on an incredible flower show at its five flagship stores in the United States. 412 more words