A furry gray missile launched out of the box and towards my face. I flung the box away from me. It crashed to the ground, its contents scattering into the gravel, dirt, and weeds of the campsite. It was too late.
Ensenada is a tourist port so the locals generally speak English well. But Leslie was intent on speaking Spanish and not being a gringa tourist expecting conversations in English.
Our exit from full-timing life was as messy as our entry.
Our adventure dog is 80 pounds of fur and love—and copious amounts of slobber. That’s kind of a challenge when we live in 200 square feet
Medical tourism is a thriving industry driven by people who travel to find more affordable healthcare than they can get at home. We do it backwards.
There are plenty of how-to sites out there run by folks who are way the hell savvier than we are. And clearly we’re not very good at this so far.