Bekka Burton is addicted to conquering fear, stepping outside of her comfort zone by traveling and acquiring rusty bikes and riding them everywhere. She sold everything she owned in Rochester, NY and moved to Central America on a one-way ticket to teach English, write, learn Spanish, eat fresh mangoes and papayas, swim in the Caribbean everyday and meet other global wanderers.
One experiences certain moments in life that define the way we think for the rest of our living days. A few for me: seeing the sunrise over Mt. McKinley in Alaska, watching a wolf howl 20 yards from my car in Yellowstone National Park, witnessing a full moon rise over the ocean in Mexico, my(…)
In some ways, living in the Caribbean is a dream come true. In other ways, it’s a nightmare. Check out these 10 facts about what it’s really like to live in the Caribbean. No matter how much you shower, sand will always remain on your body. This includes in your scalp, behind your ears, in(…)
I was hoping for a chill stay at a nice hostel, some seafood with an ocean view, and a glass of dry, crisp sauvignon blanc with determined little beads of condensation marching down the glass towards the stem. I’d been told San Juan Del Sur, Nicaragua, was cheap, with delectable seafood and great shopping! Perhaps(…)