We're from Kalispell, MT, right outside Glacier National Park. When we're home we're golfing, fly fishing or visiting family. Every winter we spend 2 months in Phoenix, then head south for another 3 months. We begin each SA adventure with 2 or 3 weeks in a language school living with a local family to get the feel for the culture and to enhance our language skills. We love the way that can help us become a part of both the family and the country.
The best part of travel for us is sharing with the people we meet--we call them Pasao Amigos,because you meet, form bonds you'd never form at home, and then you're both on your way again. 5 things I can't live without??? Travel in SA changes what you thought you couldn't live without--now it's more like: good friends, clean water, comfortable bed, something new & exciting to see/do and of course-- our family.
We've been married 7 years--we met on an adventure trip in Costa Rica 7 years ago and were married 2 months later. But you see, at our age you can't wait around!! I'm 65 and my husband's nearly 81. With our combined families we have 16 children and 35 grandchildren---see why we travel!!!