We are back in Vanna again. Although the rainy season will begin soon, it is sunny and warm today.
In May, when we arrived home in Manitoba we were reacquainted with the beauty and bounty. Long evenings, magnificent sunsets, wide open spaces, orderly traffic, and plenty of wildlife. One evening a fox ran across our lawn, the deer wander freely, many types of birds and hawks and the occasional bear sighting in the park. No wonder that people think Canada is beautiful. Continue reading “Return to Van Life – Canada to Peru”
We had anticipated a grungy port city, enduring long days waiting for the van to arrive. But Cartagena turned out to be a joy to visit almost from the time we arrived. I say almost because there was that moment at the airport. Going through customs, we were surprised to see a short line just for Canadians. Wow! We skipped up to the window with the red maple leaf sticker. How nice to get special service. Our smiles quickly faded when we learned that incoming Canadians are slapped with a reciprocity fee of $80 US each. Continue reading “Cartagena, Colombia”