My time in Nicaragua has come and gone. My life has taken a turn in a direction that wasn’t altogether unexpected, but difficult nonetheless. I’ve gone from being a partner, ...
My time in Nicaragua has come and gone. My life has taken a turn in a direction that wasn’t altogether unexpected, but difficult nonetheless. I’ve gone from being a partner, a wife, and a soulmate to being ME – single me. I’m back in Canada, getting my sh*t together, selling the house, and moving forward. […]
WOWZERS! The summer has very officially ended with the arrival of snow and cold weather here in Alberta. You know what that means…it is time to Mr. CG and I to flee south for the winter! I honestly do feel like someone pressed fast forward on the summer, it really went by so incredibly fast. […]
…are a blowin’. I have always been a firm believer in fate, and our time in Nicaragua over these past months has done nothing but solidify this belief. Many things have changed in our lives in this year; our love for Nicaragua and our new lifestyle has enabled us to close some doors and open […]
I think that Marlboro should find their next smokin’ cowboy in Nicaragua. These guys are hardcore! CG xo Photo taken at the El Transito Rodeo in Nicaragua.
Since I am often behind the camera shooting the surfers, I don’t often have my own photo taken when I am surfing. Oscar Cecares, the talented photographer at Rise Up Surf Tours Nicaragua (and all around nice guy!), took some great shots of me while we stayed with him and his crew down in Salinas […]
…we are busy getting found. High fives and fist bumps to all of you who are on a journey; may you continuously find what you are looking for, embrace the challenges in doing so, and find yourself giggling uncontrollably at some time or another because you are so incredibly blessed to be doing what […]
When we learned that there was to be a rodeo in El Transito (about two hours south of where we are in Jiquilillio), we packed a cooler and hit the road for a day trip. Mr. CG and I love the small-town rodeos in our Canadian home province of Alberta, which is, as some of […]
Seriously, folks, if you want to learn to surf and do yoga in Northern Nicaragua I highly suggest that you go visit our new friends at Rise Up Surf Tours. Owned by Bahamian expat Phillip Southan, Rise Up is located on the uncrowded Playa Salinas Grande, which is about 25 kilometres south of Leon. Phil […]
Northern Nicaragua is still relatively untouched in terms of tourism, but it won’t stay like this for long. Rugged beauty awaits you around every corner in this part of Nicaragua, and Playa Mechapa is no exception. Home to only two full-time expats, Mike and Stacey own an incredibly beautiful, secluded, and peaceful hotel called Redwood Beach Resort. The […]
A sojourn in Managua usually means staying in a decent hotel, taking hot showers, eating in nice restaurants, and maybe even doing a little shopping. We stayed at our favourite Managua hotel, Hotel Brandt’s, when we returned to Nicaragua from Costa Rica for a couple of nights this time around. After a long day on […]