We have even more time to read and spy search compliments of mysterious mechanical issues with our flight. Five hours of flying time turns into 15… We will get there yet. Fingers crossed.
So far American Airlines has been disappointing at best.
Pura Vida… soon.
Jenn paints Fiona’s nails to pass the time and keep the animals from becoming restless. It’s working so far.
Gary Morgan leads the way in Dominical, Costa Rica.
We’ve arrived in the quaint, beautiful village of Dominical. The Domiloco Hotel is lovely and our story is coming along nicely. Some time on the beach, in the village and back at the hotel. A good start to a promising week. Gary Morgan has hooked us up with a great place and excellent transport. More to come.
I’m off to Costa Rica, covering a story about a group of local students that are part of a developing online curriculum at Walnut Hills High School. They’re working with Gary Morgan and the Morgan Jungle Lodge to study cultural and eco-diversity in the Osa. Should be a great story, with a few surprises to come (I hope), including a story about an indigenous tribe living in the rainforest and now are threatened by logging. I’ll update the blog as wifi becomes available. Hopefully that will be sooner than later.
A Place to Bury Strangers performing at the Contemporary Art Center during MidPoint Music Festival - Saturday, Sept. 25, 2010
Three days of great music, socializing and photography. It was, once again, my pleasure to work with Cameron
and the great team of photographers that he put together. Another success for Cincinnati and for the MidPoint Music Festival.
My edited gallery of all three nights of the festival can be viewed on my website. Check it out here.