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The One With the Mangrove

This morning was beautiful. Jacquelyn, Dana, Grant, and I decided to bite the bullet and wake up extra early to go on a mangrove tour. The 4:30am alarm was a little bit rough, especially considering the number of drinks that I had had during the six-hour long happy hour the night before (the Cubas really did me in). 94 palabras más

The One With All the Humidity

We made it to Monterrico! We loaded all of our stuff into the bus and left around 3:30pm today. I knocked myself out with a couple of Benadryls, so I don’t really remember being on the bus at all. 232 palabras más

Turtley-tastic volunteers

New experiences can mean meeting new people and meeting new people can mean hearing new stories and hearing new stories can make you think and feel differently and this may mean living a better and more meaningful life. 1.415 palabras más

Central America

Christmas on Fire!

It’s Christmas Eve and it doesn’t even feel like it!

I looked everywhere in Antigua for a Santa Claus hat. Whenever I asked people where I could find one, I was always directed to the main outdoor market. 1.204 palabras más


Baby Sea Turtles

The weekend of November 22, I was able to go to Monterrico, Guatemala to help release baby sea turtles. Ever since coming to Guatemala and talking with my friends who have seen them, I have wanted to participate myself. 1.138 palabras más


Ceviche on the Beach

Being part of two Thanksgivings and general work obligations kept me busy (not complaining!), but I’m hoping to put a good dent into my blogging backlog this week. 1.056 palabras más


The countdown is on

It’s an unfortunate truth that margaritas and macaroni and cheese don’t cure MS.

I continue to read book after book and article after article on MS. 336 palabras más

Multiple Sclerosis