Encuentran con vida en la jungla del Amazonas a la familia que logró huir de unos piratas fluviales
Los Harteau fueron atacados por unos piratas fluviales, los que les convirtieron en rehenes durante varias horas, sin embargo, lograron escapar de sus captores dejando sus pertenencias atrás.
May 3, 2009 in the early morning hours, our son Aaro was stillborn. . 8lb, 6oz 24" long with dark hair and hazel eyes, he was a loved and beautiful boy. He loved to dance to reggae in Mamas belly & wiggle close to Daddy's hand when he'd talk in, whispering secrets. We navigated the dark terrain of mourning his all too short life with the incredible support of friends and family. And on his first anniversary, Colette was conceived; Aaro gifted her to us, so we would never doubt his astral guidance. . Dragonflies came as animal guides, appearing over the years to remind us of our interconnection. . Here, in the wilds of Brazil, our boy Aaro showed up and landed right on Sierra's nose which sent her into fits of giggles. Colette screaming with glee "Hi Aaro!" and we all know it is just as it should be.
Una publicación compartida de Our Open Road (@ouropenroad) el 11 de Oct de 2017 a la(s) 5:28 PDT
Flashback to two years ago in Chilean Lakes District on the Sierra Nevada Trail in #Conguillio National Park. Volcano Llaima in the background with the silhouette of the unmistakeable #araucaria trees popping up, this #icecave was a fantastic reward for pushing a little farther up the trail. Happy Easter everyone! Today we will spend our time outdoors rock climbing in The Sacred Valley in Peru. We are so excited to hit the dusty trail on Wednesday- Bolivia then into Brazil! Have you been to the Pantanal? Any tips?
Una publicación compartida de Our Open Road (@ouropenroad) el 16 de Abr de 2017 a la(s) 7:07 PDT
Recently Emily flew to Peru for work, while the girls and I went on a 500 mile 8 day road trip from Salvador de Bahia up the coast to Recife, Brazil. . It was a big challenge being the driver, navigator, solo parent, peace keeper, & chef- all in a foreign land, but it was a time I will never forget. We had a chance to bond on another level that I am truly grateful for. The first day we made it to the "hippy village" Arembepe where the likes of Janis Joplin and Mic Jagger spent time back in the day. Then we visited Projeto Tamar Sea Turtle Conservation Center. . Then we got stuck in the mud.
Una publicación compartida de Our Open Road (@ouropenroad) el 27 de Oct de 2017 a la(s) 5:01 PDT