Huevos Rotos: Spanish Broken Eggs
“If I’m an advocate for anything, it’s to move, as far as you can, across the ocean, or simply across the river. Walk in someone’s else’s shoes or at least eat their food. It’s a plus for everybody”~Anthony Bourdain 1956-2018 Traveling both inspires me and engages me in a way that can be difficult to
Pura Vida….Travel Journey to Costa Rica and Green Plantain Ceviche
Nestled between Nicaragua to its north, and Panama to the southeast, and sharing two coastlines with the Pacific and the Caribbean lies the Republic of Costa Rica. With a 3-hour car ride from the Liberia airport to our first adventure in the Arenal region there was plenty of time to soak up the scenic landscape.
The Luck of the Irish and Traditional Shepherd’s Pie
Ireland is like one big picnic spot ~Bailey Knapp I feel like I need to start this post with a resounding “America there is nothing Irish about corned beef and cabbage!” Okay, there I feel better. Who knew? It is believed that when the Irish came to America corned beef was cheap, readily available