We have finally arrived back in Costa Rica after a 15-month hiatus. It’s great to be home. We’ve had a number of people ask what it was like to travel during the pandemic and also what it’s been like in Tamarindo since we’ve returned, so I thought I’d write a little post to talk aboutKeep Reading!
The Latest Instagram Pix from 10 Feet Traveling
The Latest Thoughts from 10 Feet Traveling
If you had asked me 8 years ago to predict what our life would look like in 2019, never in my wildest dreams would I have been able to predict where we are today. A 6-month visit to Costa Rica in 2011 turned into a life in Costa Rica over the next 8 years. IKeep Reading!
Here is a quick clip of some of the turtles at Ostional a few weekends ago as they began their nesting cycle. We’ve been in Costa Rica on and off for 8 years now and this was the first time we were able to experience this amazing ritual.Keep Reading!
We created another film about Tamarindo, Langosta and Avellanas from the drone. This was filmed over the course of 4 months. We have a new drone this year, so we’re excited to start working with it and testing out what we can create with this one. Until then, enjoy the film and let us knowKeep Reading!
We’re very excited to announce our first film filmed entirely with a drone in Costa Rica. This film was shot over the course of two weeks during Green Season in Tamarindo, Costa Rica. This footage provides an incredible glimpse into the beauty of Tamarindo during the Fall Season. If you’ve only visited Tamarindo during theKeep Reading!
School in Tamarindo, How it Works for Us We get a lot of questions and inquiries about school and how we go about educating our kids in both Costa Rica and Colorado. While I can not speak for any other schools besides the three in Colorado that we have experienced this with, I feel pretty confident in sayingKeep Reading!