Being on the road for two years can take its toll on you from time to time. Sitting in a truck for several hours a day can wreak havoc on your body. Rebels, roadblocks, customs agents, shipping companies and border guards can all easily elevate stress levels. Bedding down in a different place nearly every single night can throw a wrench in your sleep patterns and being away from friends and family for such a long duration can make you homesick and depressed. All of our positive experiences and encounters throughout the course of the expedition significantly outweigh the not so glamorous ones, however, the bottom line is that the expedition can at times be a roller coaster ride of energy levels and emotions.
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The Ultimate Relaxation Destination
March 28, 2009 – 1:13 am
By Steve Bouey | Posted in Accomodation Reviews, Mexico, Trip Thoughts | Also tagged boutique hotels, El Chante Hotel and Spa, five star hotels, Guadalajara, holistic, hot stone massage, Jocotopec, massage, Mexico, spa, sweat lodge, temazcal, thermal pools | Comments (0)
February 22, 2009 – 10:17 am
To date, one of our most recommended stays in Latin America is without a doubt, Rancho Margot. The ranch maintains nearly 400 acres tucked snuggly on the banks of the Rio Cano Negro as it flows into picture-perfect Lago Arenal. There is something for everyone at this family run ranch, be it adventure, relaxation, education or all three.
By Melissa Terry | Posted in Costa Rica, Environment | Also tagged chilamate, costa rica, hydropower, juan sotheim, organic farms, organic food, rainforest, rancho margot | Comments (4)