Where better to find “inside information” on those places you want to visit in Latin America than from the people who have already made the journey…
Since I began sharing stories about Roatan Honduras, I have had the great pleasure of connecting with many such people. One of them is Steve Roll at Travelojos. “When Steve’s not busy making a living as a legal editor for a Washington, D.C.-area publishing company, he enjoys learning about all things Mexican and Latin American, including fascinating sites, interesting cultural aspects, and great food. The Travelojos blog allows him to share that passion.”
A few months ago, Steve contacted me and asked if I would like to submit a story for an E-book he was putting together to celebrate Latin America at ground level. I was thrilled to say the least. The list of contributors includes some of the top bloggers and travel writers in the world. The guidelines were simple enough; try to keep it less than 300 words (okay that wasn’t so simple to do), and it must reflect the feel of a Latin American community you have visited or now call home. I got to work immediately, compiling a story. I wanted it to capture the essence of the children on Roatan, and an encounter with one little girl in particular when I was waiting in line at the bank one day, summed up what I wanted to share.
“Child’s Play” can be found on page 31 of the “Latin America at Ground Level” E-Book. The book is free to open, download, and share. You can get a copy right here! Celebrating Latin America at Ground Level
Enjoy each and every story, and links to the contributor’s websites can be found at the end of each insider’s view of “Latin America at Ground Level.”
PS Thanks again and again for asking me to provide a story Steve. Oh my gosh, I’m a published author…Happy Dance Time!