Costa Rica

Meet: Sufey Chen

Meet: Sufey Chen

Name & Age? Sufey Chen, 22.

Where's home? mama earth. the beach. jungle huts. wood floors. everywhere and anywhere my heart arrives into.

What was/is your last/current trip? This year has been a delicious whirlwind for me! I'm packing up this month to teach a festival in Colorado, visit my beloved in Victoria, rock out a teacher training in Vancouver, a conference in Texas, then up to Prince George for another YTT. More in California, Saskatoon, Thailand, Mexico and Bali on the schedule too!

Meet: Lisa Owen

Meet: Lisa Owen

Name & Age? Lisa Owen, 31

Where's home? Brisbane, Australia

What was/is your last/current trip? My last trip took me to Central and South America, Iceland and the United States. I discovered the beautiful colonial city of Antigua, Guatemala; uncovered Mayan ruins in Copan, Honduras; hiked an active volcano in Nicaragua; ziplined and bungee jumped in Costa Rica; hiked a glacier in Iceland; soaked in a mud volcano in Colombia; and swam with turtles in Hawaii.

Meet: Liz Gallo

Meet: Liz Gallo

Name & Age: Liz Gallo, 29

Where's home? I live in Manhattan, but I grew up on Long Island, New York.

What was/is your last/current trip? Every February I feel a strong urge to thaw out from these NYC winters. I just came back from a perfect weeklong adventure in Dallas, Nosara, Costa Rice, Miami and Denver. I love the idea that I surfed and snowboarded; was in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans all in the same week. Dallas and Miami were overnight layovers but I love making the most of my time anywhere. So I went out and explored the city. Costa Rica was for a friend’s birthday and Denver is to visit another friend that moved out there

Meet: Amie Grant

Meet: Amie Grant

Name & Age? Amie Grant, 26

Where's home? Where I spent my youth on the West Coast of Canada, living on the sea and within the mountains of British Columbia. But, home is transitional and I'm learning everyday how to feel more at home in my body.

What was/is your last/current trip? I've spent the last 16 months in Latin America, flying into Colombia in September 2014. After 6 months in Colombia, I took a ferry to Panama where I stayed another 7 months volunteering at farms and hostels. I left Panama in October to head north via bicycle. I am now in Nicaragua and continuing north into Honduras, El Salvador, Belize and then into Mexico. I have no time frame, limit or plans beyond than that. Things never happen like you expect them to, so I just live as the wind