Every so often I run into great resources created by other travel bloggers. One such blogger is Jodi Ettenberg, a Canadian who left the legal world to become a ‘food” traveler for the past eight years. She has created a fabulous resource for travelers of all sorts. Enjoy! Resources for Digital Nomads & Location […]
I just finished reading The Cargo Ship Diaries by Niall Doherty and found his book fascinating. Of course I had to do a little research about this method of travel and found more information here.
Fellow adventure bloggers from MyTanFeet.com have been using a drone to get some incredible aerial photos of some of Costa Rica’s beaches. Enjoy there most recent work!
I know it’s been a long while since I’ve written. I mistakenly thought I had nothing of interest to share, but a talk with a good friend convinced me otherwise, thus this post today. I’m hopeful I’ll develop other interesting content in the future. Please forgive the extensive break I’ve taken from writing. My last […]
Like many Americans, I have gone “naked” when it comes to health and dental insurance because of the high costs. This situation has caused me great concern at times, but it has also made me keenly aware of the impact of food and lifestyle choices have upon one’s health. Regardless of how well one takes […]
With summer nearing, I thought I’d take an opportunity to recommend some travel reading that you may enjoy. Being a traveler myself you can be assured these titles are offered digitally to lighten your load. Enjoy and select those which may fit your interests. Marginal Boundaries: Live Like A Local in Cancun, Mexico Tim Anderson […]
Arrgh Mateys, I’m defendin’ a treasure prize here so you’ll get a chance to win some loot! As a celebration of the launch of the Nomadic Retiree newsletter, I’m offering a monthly Giveaway prize valued at $500 to new newsletter subscribers. Offering prizes to subscribers is new to me, but if all goes well we […]
Cabin fever today! After an all day rain yesterday, I’ve got to bust out of this casita and do something! I’ve been wanting to go to Xpu Ha beach for some time, but every time I tried I’d end up at a private, no public allowed resort. That is one thing about the Riviera Maya, […]
What a beginning to the day! I was awakened at 6:30 am by one of the strangest sounds coming just outside the casita. I rushed to get a t-shirt on and sandals to see what was making this honk then call. To my surprise, I had been graced by a visit from a Mexican turkey, […]
Been off the radar a little bit, but not to worry. I’ve kept busy by doing some reading, studying, snorkeling, cooling off in a cenote, and lounging poolside. Oh, and throw in a couple of siestas too. Nothing earth shattering to report. The weather has been fantastic. An occasional brief shower occurs, but I’ve been […]