Every morning i grab my surfboard and 4 dogs follow me down to the beach to play in the shorebreak [Read more…]
A big part of living in Nicaragua is getting to town and crossing things off the to-do list.
Our caretaker’s dog Medy always gets herself into the trash pit but can’t get herself out. Pulling Medy out has [Read more…]
Bats have been a constant problem at our house in Nicaragua, but we came up with a plan to solve [Read more…]
After hurricane Mitch, the Nicaraguan government relocated newly homeless villagers next to the dump. Without land to farm or any way to sustain themselves they took to scavenging. Anything still with life in it is put to use. Bottles and cans are sold for pennies per pound for recycling. Clean water, like most other resources, is scarce.
Despite their unfortunate situation, the people are beautiful.
A church group sets up a food kitchen at the local school once a week to feed community members who show up with bowls, buckets, anything to hold the little bit of food. The day we visited the meal consisted of chicken noodle soup, with chicken heads and feet as meat. The kids made a line, said a prayer, and were grateful for the food.
We brought clothing to donate and plenty of smiles to share. It was an important reminder for all of us of how good we have it.
For a short video clip of the experience, click play below:
My buddy Tyler Fox owns a lot near mine in Nicaragua. This is a short little video clip of Kim [Read more…]
At Suave Dulce, we can walk, drive, or boat to a variety of super fun breaks. Check it out!
SYRV.org is all about making good happen. I spent the day helping to paint a shipping container that is in [Read more…]
My mom thinks I’m wasting my life. Im 29 years old. Not married. No kids. No mortgage. I’ve spent the [Read more…]