“Parents will go without, but Jamaicans take great pride in getting their children to school every day in a crisp, clean uniform”.
The Greenwood Great House was one of the only plantation homes to survive the Christmas Rebellion of 1831.
It was one of the coolest things we’ve seen in this world.
Built in the 1760s, this beautiful building has had many lives. Most recently, it was our temporary home (and inspiration for this kind of annoyingly cute porch photo.)
There’s a city-wide 8pm curfew and state of emergency called in response to a high number of gang-related homicides.
We spent a little while here in the pretty landscape, just enjoying the views.
Puertecitos Mexico, Population 41, is located a few hours south of San Felipe and is home to excellent natural hot springs.
This nature reserve is home to 1,000 year old, absolutely gigantic cacti.
San Felipe is a beautiful place to hang out on the beach, explore the nearby rocks and pools, catch a fish, cook Thanksgiving dinner, and gather wild clams for a pasta dinner.
If you are ever driving down the #5 Highway from MexiCali down the coast of the Sea of Cortez, keep your eyes peeled for really cool dunes.