“We are just going to stop here for a moment,” our guide Jon casually said as he slowed his kayak. The reason for the pause lurked just around the bend of the narrow mangrove tunnel. The happy chatter and banter of the morning halted rather abruptly. We had seen many alligators sunning themselves on the banks of the Turner River that morning, but the one that lay ahead of us was in a different league, and it was blocking our path. With its eyes … [Read more...]
Kathy was raised in a small New England town, then moved on to live in the French Alps, Mexico City, and Montreal, Canada. These days she lives in Washington, D.C with her family, where she is a translator (French, Spanish, and Portuguese) for an international organization and writes the family travel blog www.TheTripTakesUs.net.