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You are Never to Old to Expierence Something New

After living in Ulaanbaatar and Kigoma; zip lining in Costa Rica was a breeze. Cindy served on an evangelism-medical short term mission team. If you are healthy; get a passport, so you will be ready! No passport, no go.



For so long I have seen “abandonment” as something negative, something to be feared, an action that is taken because of a passivity to take the desired action.   590 more words



When I hear the destination “Mexico” I think of partying. However, while that does exist, there are many things to do here that embrace culture and the beauty of nature. 380 more words


Photo Diary: Flying Squirrels

Hello friends! :)

Today I’ll be sharing our first day in Chiang Mai. You see, when I booked this Chiang Mai trip, I didn’t plan anything, same with Bangkok, well at least in BKK I had something in mind to do, but in Chiang Mai, we are totally clueless. 847 more words


Day at Mombacho (2-20-18: Zip Lining Blog Post)

Today, we had a time of our lives at Mombacho Volcano (Vulcan Mombacho)! We went on a beautiful hike through the cloud forest, on the Crater Trail, learning about bromeliads and some poisonous berries, and seeing our closest 2-toed sloth (At the closest point, 3-5 ft. 240 more words


Chasing the Eco-Adventure

It’s been a while since I last posted, but this is not due to a lack of interesting things to write about. On the contrary, since I have arrived in New Zealand, I have been spending more and more of my time chasing adventures both big and small. 1,357 more words


Treetop Explorer

I’d researched and booked this way in advance and found out that you can leave your unnecessary valuables, luggage, passports and money in the Green Discovery office in Pakse as we wouldn’t need them and would probably be safer there than falling out of the canopy. 1,845 more words