I’m getting better at drive-by shootings (settle down, I’m Canadian, no guns are involved!) We’ve been on the road almost a week now in Northern Thailand. Tomorrow the road trip […]
This morning we started to see people coming through our yard. This is not totally unusual, since we don’t know everyone yet, but it was unusual to see this many, or to see them coming with wood, pots, coolers, and boxes of food.
Here is a little bit of video captured from throughout the day.
Visit the Community Baboon Sanctuary in Belize and learn how to survive in the jungle: eat termites, stitch cuts with leaf cutter ants, and more. Oh, and see the Howler Monkeys that we came to see. That’s right, no baboons – it’s the wrong part of the world. Baboon is the word the locals have used and it stuck.
The owner of our campground in Oaxaca, Mexico owns and operates the Scorpion Mezcal factory and invited us along on a tour. Mezcal is a liquor, similar to tequila in that it’s made by distilling juice from the agave plant. However, where tequila can only use one type of agave, mezcal can be made of other types, so the flavors can vary greatly, much like wine.