I’ve been traveling in Central America for over a year now, always thinking of how one could open a business, make money, help the local economy and people. I see Wal-Mart, Payless Shoe Stores, Dominoes, McDonald’s, Wendy’s and many others … Continue reading
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The gig for leaving the hospital was to sign a paper that stated if I died that the hospital would not be liable. That in and of itself caused a hesitation on my part. If I die the hospital is … Continue reading
(I wanted to get this post up because I have received so many comments – well wishes and prayers. I did not want you to think things have gotten worse. I actually drove to the end of the Pan-American Highway … Continue reading
The first day, the journalist cames into play. Who, what when, where and why. Those are the questions that one’s supposed to answer, correct? First bed is being held by a fellow who has thrombosis – which is what I … Continue reading
It really all started in Tamarindo, Costa Rica. A collapse, fainting on the way to the bathroom after being unable to catch my breath. Left leg was really giving me some pain. Went to the Caribbean side of Costa Rica, … Continue reading
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The St. Mathews Blue Hole National Park in Stann Creek District is a site that is worthy a visit if you ever get to Belize. Home of 3 caves that are available of searching, it is an experience to enter the … Continue reading
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Irazu National park is one of 4 volcano parks located near Alajuela, Costa Rica. It is unique from the others because: 1) It is the highest of the 4. 2) It is the only place in Central America that you can … Continue reading
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Cartago is a bustling suburb of San Jose. It’s located about 15 miles east of the capital and is driven through, if you want to see Irazu National Park – home of the Irazu Volcano. Probably would not have stopped, but the … Continue reading