Posts Tagged with "Honduras"

12 Months of Travel, Gastronomical Indulgences and Bucket List Checks

Friday, December 30, 2011

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12 Months of Travel, Gastronomical Indulgences and Bucket List Checks

I feel so blessed to have had 12 months jam packed with new experiences. The travel opportunities were plentiful, the food unique and the bucket list has many more checks. My kind of year. January In this first month I got one step closer to meeting Oprah…one tiny, little baby step. My "Recharge Your Life with a Bucket List" video […]

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Cruise Ship Food for the Culinary Snob

Wednesday, June 22, 2011

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Cruise Ship Food for the Culinary Snob

I had heard a lot about the cruising lifestyle and contemplated if this would be a vacation style that would suit the foodie in me. I couldn't imagine not loving boating around the ocean with exotic ports to choose from, nightly entertainment already planned for me and thousands of people who could potentially turn into […]

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Hold Parrots in Honduras

Monday, June 20, 2011

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Hold Parrots in Honduras

Gumbalimba Park Roatan, Honduras On our way to hold a monkey and after crossing the scary suspension bridge, we were able to play with the parrots at the Gumbalimba Free-Flying Parrot Preserve. And nobody pooped. Please Share...

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Walk the Suspension Bridge in Roatan, Honduras

Monday, May 23, 2011

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Walk the Suspension Bridge in Roatan, Honduras

There was only one thing standing, or should I say swaggering, between me and my monkeys in Honduras…a 237 foot long semi-stable, suspension bridge. No bridge, no monkeys…no way! We were at the Gumbalimba Park in Roatan, Honduras and I wanted to hold a monkey…bad. The tour guide led us around the lush grounds, diverting our attention […]

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Monkey Around at Gumbalimba Park in Honduras

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

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Monkey Around at Gumbalimba Park in Honduras

I have a bit of a, not-so-secret, obsession with monkeys. Not the kind that throw their crap at you at the zoo, but the small cuddly ones that you could slap a diaper on and tote around like a hairy child. I was on an uncontrollable high when I found out that my dream of holding a monkey […]

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