easy living in the country


Posted on August 19, 2012 by

well, we made it safe and sound to our current country home near gambita, colombia. it has been a week since we arrived and we are definitely starting to acclimate to the time table of life in the country, but it took a few days to adjust. we wake up (almost) at the crack of dawn, feed chickens, ducks, turkeys and pigs, drink coffee, have breakfast and walk an hour and a half to a tiny country school to teach an hour of english. it´s not a bad life for the present moment and we are really starting to improve our spanish.

there won´t be many blog posts in the next month, but i´ll make sure to post a bunch of pictures once we are back to a spot with a little more technology. but, for right now we have a local country fair to enjoy outside, and i don´t want to miss too much of it. just wanted to check in to say that life is good in the country and we are enjoying the complete change of scenery for the next few weeks.

chao for now…

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I'm not your typical motorcycle adventure blogger. First, I'm a girl. Second, I'm a passenger on a v-strom 650 riding behind my boyfriend from Louisville, Kentucky through 13 countries to Buenos Aires, Argentina.

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