los viajes continuan!
Well, we’ve spent the past week down in Mexico and it’s been amazing. We started in Los Cabos for a few days, then went up to La Paz for three nights. It was far more pleasant up in La Paz and we loved hanging out there. Instead of he insane tourist town of Los Cabos, La Paz was a quiet and calm sea-front town. It was full of locals and quaint little shops. If you walked up the hill...
Rancho La Aguja
our house: the view: Roberto and Linda’s house: Jim and Roberto: Chico! the view from the house:
la playa Tecolote
un día en los calles de La Paz
my first Mexican fabric store!
Vive La Paz!
Mexico, te amo.
Well, I don’t even know where to start. Mexico is amazing. This has been, quite simply, the most easy and charmed trip I’ve ever been on. Everything has gone even more according to plan than I could possibly believe, and it only gets better and better! I guess the place to start is at the beginning… Our flights were amazingly easy and painless; we didn’t even have layovers...
Bienvenidos a Mexico!
Hola from Mexico! I don’t have time to write right now, as Jim and I are about to walk out the door, but suffice to say that Mexico is spectacular and beautiful! Here are pictures from our hostel and the beaches in Cabo San Lucas, where we spent the first two nights. Now we’re in La Paz, a little bit further up the coast. It’s all amazing here, that’s for sure! ...
the bus ride to La Paz
can I just say that Mexico has the most deliciously comfy tour buses on the face of the earth? spectacular ride! (P.S. Mexico really is a desert. If you’re not in a city, there’s nothing out there.)
hittin' the dusty trail!
Well, I’m sitting here on my friend Anne’s couch in Richmond, Virginia—a far cry away from the cold mountains of the Adirondacks, where I’ve spent the past three months teaching at Long Lake Camp for the Arts. I haven’t written in a long time, and it boils down to the repetitive nature of camp, to the thrilling monotony that makes the days pass both very slowly and...
New York, New York!
Welcome to New York!