Nicaraguan Sunsets

Fleeing The Burbs: Our Two-Wheel Education Chapter 5: “One thing we learned about North Americans from Central Americans”

February 20, 2015   We are now over 5 months into our journey to South America, and there’s one thing that has perplexed me for many months. No matter what little Mexican and Central American families own as far as material possessions, no matter how small their house or few dollars they earned, the vast majority is happy. Why is this when they have so little? Ah, but that’s the thing. Too many in North America (NA) feel that in […]

Jack’s chapter 1 Video, Departure

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Good Day Sacramento checking in from Costa Rica

Fleeing The Burbs: Our 2-Wheel Education Chapter 2 “Mainland Mexico: Learning the rules of the road and the way of the people”

By Sandy Borden   When crossing any border, you are immediately met with a whole new set of challenges. Where do I go? Where do I stay? Where do I eat? Why does it appear that there are no rules to passing or turning or even going straight?!? Your education begins now, class. Seasoned travelers know that when entering many countries, especially Mexico, you want to get over the border early, get your paperwork in order, and start heading south. […]