This is a long overdue post as a temporary hold on our adventures in South America. I say temporary, because the Wayward Winos are, even now, planning our triumphant return. So stay tuned for our re-emergence and our announcement of plans.
As for the time now, some of you (if not all of you) know that the Wayward Winos were selected to Host Our Coast in DelMarVa. Living in Ocean City, Maryland, we will be concentrating our energies on bringing light to some of the finer and forgotten gems of the area, specifically Sussex County, Delaware and Worchester County, Maryland.
We will be exploring the small towns and lesser-known attractions, similar to what we were doing in South America, and all the while putting our Wayward Wino style to use. So, if any of you find your way out to these parts, you’ll know the do’s, don’t’s and how-to’s.
We would like to thank everyone who has been following us during our adventures down there. It was a blast exploring South America and we met a ton of great people all of whom we plan on finding in their own foreign land one day. And especially my beautiful cousin Monica and her family for letting us graciously stay in their place during our stay in Lima.
We would also like to thank the fellow travel bloggers that supported us, inspired us, and challenged us to write better, take better photographs and stay on top of everything. In particular, they are Stuart Starrs (www.enperublog.com), Barbara Drake (www.americaninlima.com), and Rachel Gamarra (rachelinperu.wordpress.com). You should definitely regularly check out all three of these blogs for your South American fix.
Also, don’t forget to check out our sister blog, the concert going antagonist Zac Clark at www.rockertycoon.blogspot.com and now also writing for the Jersey Independent (www.jerseycityindependent.com). The Rocker Tycoon definitely got our ass’ in gear when we got lazy. He even let us guest post once.
This isn’t an acceptance speech, so much as a “Hold on, we’ll be right back” post. Because of our current situation, we can’t really carry on both monikers of Host our Coast and Wayward Winos, but we will be stopping in once and awhile, and will be back in full force come September. So keep your eyes peeled and thanks for reading!
And for the time being, don’t forget to check us out at www.hostourcoast.com!