Monthly Archives: March 2011

Bolivar Square, Bogota

Sunday is Street Faire Day in central Bogota. They close the center to all cars and people mill about on foot and bicycle. Food vendors and street artists rule the sidewalks and plaza. After New Orleans, they had a tough … Continue reading

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Bogota, Colombia

After a quick stop back in Fort Lauderdale, we were on our way to South America. I was cautiously optimistic about this trip. So much has been ingrained in our psyches about Colombia being unsafe that I was a little … Continue reading

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Day Trippin’ to Nassau, Bahamas

During our time at the Yoga Retreat, we had the opportunity to take the boat into Nassau (about 5 minutes away by boat) and to wander the streets with the Cruisers. We were wary of this because of an experience … Continue reading

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The Atlantis Hotel & Resort, Paradise Island, Bahamas

I would really like to tell you about our stay at the Atlantis, but the truth is that we stayed next door at the Sivananda Yoga Retreat. We visited the Atlantis daily because 1) the yoga retreat does not serve … Continue reading

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Sivananda Yoga Retreat, Paradise Island, Bahamas

The beginning of March saw us traveling to Nassau, Bahamas and then on to the aptly named Paradise Island. My first Ayurvedic speaking gig during the trip has finally taken place! It was GREAT to be back in the flow … Continue reading

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Air Boat Ride, Florida

Hi Everyone! We left Puerto Rico on Feb 28 and on March 6 went to the Bahamas. Between those two dates we got haircuts (yes, even me!) and visited many, many sites in Florida including the Kennedy Space Center. The … Continue reading

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Close Encounters of the Animal Kind

For those of you hoping to hear the story of Seedy’s growth and development, I hate to tell you that Seedy never sprouted. We think s/he must have been a genetically modified Monsanto seed that was born sterile. This did … Continue reading

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