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!

It’s Sunday night in the middle of December. I’m (Matt) sitting outside by the pool in Costa Rica around 10 pm and the rest of the family is sound asleep (which I should be too, but I had to work) because we are leaving tomorrow morning for a journey back to the States, back toKeep Reading!

We are about a week and half from our departure date. We are heading back to Tamarindo on September 16th – this time, for the school year. This period of transition is always hard – there is so much to do to prepare, but the timing needs to be right. You can’t pack suitcases weeksKeep Reading!

It’s been quite a while since we’ve posted anything about SNOW on this site. We’ve been very grateful to have spent two weekends this Winter in the Colorado mountains, it’s been a long time since we’ve skied and played in the snow. Our first trip was to Keystone, and while it was amazing, we didKeep Reading!

Wow, it’s been a long time since we’ve written. Life has been quite a whirlwind since we came back to Colorado. It’s been great to be home, but it has also left me longing for the quieter life of Tamarindo. Summer in Colorado means swim team, summer camp for the kids, and my favorite holidayKeep Reading!