The 1st 500 Days in Pictures, Part 18- The Finale

The 1st 500 Days in Pictures, Part 18- The Finale
December 30, 2010 Lainie Liberti

34 Photos of Mom & Son moments taken on the 1st 500 days of our travels.

The 1st 500 Days have been all about the experiences Miro & I have had together in the US, Mexico & Central America. We wanted to share  with you some of these special moments in time taken while we have been traveling the road of life.

We look forward to sharing with you the next 500 Days (and so on….) These are our  1st 500 Days of travel  in pictures. Miro and I left on our journey on mid 2009 and (with the exception of  one trip back to the states for Burning Man a month later) there has been no turning back! Our 1st 500 Days span from July 1, 2009 to November 13, 2010. To commemorate the 1st 500 Days, Miro and I have pulled 500 of our favorite images from our journey  to share with you. We are releasing a new batch of photos every couple of days until we’ve shared all 500 of  our favorite moments. So please do check back often. We are not professional photographers and like many, the reason we take photos is to help preserve  memories of our travels. We invite you to peek into the moments that make our travels so special to us. Enjoy!

Here is Part 18 of The 1st 500 Days in Pictures – Photos of Mom & Son taken on the first 500 Days of our travels

Miro and I after hiking up to the top of the mirador on Isla Taboga. This was the morning of my 44th birthday.

Miro and I on horses in Cozumel. My horse’s name was Clinton.

In Mexico, on the ferry to Isla Meujeres.

In the back of a pickup truck in Belize on our way to the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest.

Miro and I swimming in one of the pools at the Five Sisters in the the Mountain Pine Ridge Forest.

Miro and I in front of the Volcan Poas in Costa Rica. (Miro was having a camera shy day)

Miro and I in front of the river we kayaked in Puerto Viejo.

Miro and I having a moment at Rocking J’s in Puerto Viejo.

Watching Miro draw one of his masterpieces in Nicaragua.

Ama, Miro and I in the back of the car in Liberia, Costa Rica.

Miro and I in front of Laguna Apoyo, in Nicaragua.

Miro and I in Granada, Nicaragua. (this is his serious look)

Miro working on a master piece in our house in Antigua, Guatemala.

Showing Miro how play pool (and failing miserably) in Antigua, Guatemala.

Miro and I in front of the Panama Canal.

I’m holding Miro up as he tries to iceskate for the fist time in Panama City, Panama.

Margarita and ice-tea in Cozumel, Mexico.

Deep in a the Mayan site – the cave of  Actun Tunichil Muknal ( ATM ), in Belize

Giving Miro a kiss on his 11th birthday in Antigua, Guatemala.

Mommy Zombie on Halloween in Panama City, Panama.

Come here, child! Mom & son in Antigua, Guatemala.

4 Aces, in Antigua, Gautemala.

Smiles in Liberia, Costa Rica.

After pizza in Panama City, Panama.

3D in Panama City, Panama. (just before we saw Narnia)

Miro’s first driving lesson. Miro driving a golf cart on Isla Muejeres, Mexico.

Walking in Panama City.

Watching Miro play on his computer in Portobelo, Panama.

Funny faces on the “Deck of Death” in Santa Cruz at Lake Atitlan, Gautemala.

Does this photo really need a caption?

Mom & son in Portobelo, Panama.

Giant bottle of Gallo, mom & son in Antigua, Guatemala.

Sparklers on Isla Contadora, Panama.

And this is the bonus photo, Miro and Grandma (my mom) in Antigua, Guatemala.


  1. Anonymous 12 years ago

    Phew – a lot of pictures and a lot of fun! Cool Zombie face. Happy travels in 2011

  2. Anonymous 12 years ago

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  3. Marina K. Villatoro 10 years ago

    The love of your life 🙂 You guys lead a super life!!!! This is what family is all about.

  4. Vincent 10 years ago

    I’m enjoying the pics – I swear I am living vicariously through some of your posts. 🙂


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