Tag Archive | travel
We are so pleased to be doing a guest post on Glittering Muffins about one of our favorite spots to take Monkey – Apple Hill in Northern California. Apple Hill is a collection of apple orchards located in the foothills of the beautiful Sierra Nevada Mountains. It is the place to be in the fall, […]
Welcome to World Citizen Wednesdays, a new feature on All Done Monkey! Each week we pose a question to members of the fabulous Multicultural Kid Blogs group and share their answers here. You can find out more about these wonderful bloggers by visiting our Facebook page, subscribing to our Facebook feed, following us on Twitter, […]
Our recent three week trip to Costa Rica has made me appreciate quality convenience foods. While on the road, packaged foods are a necessary evil, so I am grateful that there are so many tasty, healthful options available. In an ideal world, I would serve my little Monkey only homemade food, but the reality of […]
The July Blogging Carnival on Bilingualism is up! You can read my post on our trip to Costa Rica with our little Monkey, as well as lots of other great posts. Be sure to check it out!
Last week we had the chance to take our little Monkey to the Museo del Nino (Children’s Museum) in San Jose, Costa Rica. He and his cousins had a great time racing around in the play area and exploring all of the exhibits. My main complaint is that we didn’t have enough time to see […]
Not every moment has to be teachable. Sometimes they can just be cuddly. As mentioned in an earlier post, right now we are lucky enough to be visiting family in Costa Rica. Besides the joy of seeing relatives we see only every few years and of being in such a beautiful country, the visit is […]
Think you know Farmer’s Markets? Check out this enormous market (feria) held every Sunday in Zapote (San Jose), Costa Rica! We are in Costa Rica visiting family and so were able to stop by this past Sunday. A view from the street Desde la calle Vendors’ stalls Los vendedores Palm fruit/Peach palms Pejibayes Peach palms/Palm […]