Northeastern US, Travels

Springtime in the Adirondacks

It was March 2018, and reality was really starting to catch up to us as we searched for apartments in Denver and collected quotes from moving companies and I began spending all my free time applying for jobs. But the most pressing matter (priorities, right?) was that our “Before We Leave CT” to-do list still… Continue reading Springtime in the Adirondacks

East Coast US, Travels

Ten Hours in Miami, Florida

You’d think after so many years together, Pat would know better than to leave me unsupervised with vacation planning. Apparently, he still hasn’t learned that lesson. Or maybe he secretly enjoys when I book things at 10:30pm and then he finds out about it the next morning. This was one of those things. One night… Continue reading Ten Hours in Miami, Florida

Central America, Travels

Volcán Arenal & Tabacón Hot Springs, Costa Rica

Aside from its beaches (which we didn’t get to visit but which we will hopefully be back for soon), probably the most obvious thing to do in Costa Rica is to visit a volcano. Costa Rica has 6 active volcanoes, the most visited of which is Arenal. Located in the province of Alajuela, it’s easily… Continue reading Volcán Arenal & Tabacón Hot Springs, Costa Rica

Central America, Lists, Travels

Bucket list adventures: zip lining in Costa Rica

I don’t even remember when I first decided I wanted to go to Costa Rica. It’s been high on my list for a long time. All I know for certain is that many years ago I learned it’s possible to go zip lining through the rainforests of Costa Rica, and it’s been on my travel… Continue reading Bucket list adventures: zip lining in Costa Rica

Central America, Travels

World Capitals: San José, Costa Rica

Alternate title: In Which Diana FINALLY Gets a Stamp in Her Passport! Welcome to the third installment of my World Capitals series. Today’s post is all about the highly contradictory capital of Costa Rica. Our trip to Costa Rica began with our mid-day arrival at the airport in Connecticut, meaning we didn’t land in San… Continue reading World Capitals: San José, Costa Rica