Brent and Stacey-jean Inion, Author at Travel Deep and Wide - Page 2 of 9

December 7, 2015

Random Acts: What the Terrorist and the Good Samaritan have in common

Our family was here in Paris during the recent ISIS attacks that took the lives of 130 people. We watched the fear increase across Paris. Our […]
November 27, 2015
Paris after the attacks

After the Paris Attacks: Travel Safety from an Insider’s Perspective

The night of the attacks on Paris, Brent and our young children ages five and seven, were walking the streets of Paris to exchange dollars into […]
September 6, 2015
Best Things to To in Chapala

Child-friendly Things to Do in the Ajijic-Chapala-Jocotepec Area

The Ajijic-Chapala area has the highest concentration of expatriate American/Canadian retirees in the world. So let’s face it: if you’re there with children–you’re probably there to […]
August 26, 2015
Lake Chapala: Boating to Alacranes Island

Lake Chapala: A Boat Ride to Alacranes Island

It’s one of those days that attract north-of-the-border folk to lakeside. Previous days’ rains give way to small puffy clouds dotting a blue sky. Humidity is […]
August 12, 2015
For Reasons for Our Family Dres Code

Four Reasons for Our Family Dress Code

Readers ask why the “Inion Eleven” wear matching outfits. “Do you have a family dress code? Is this some kind of religious costume?” Brent and I […]
August 6, 2015
The Many Faces of Japan: 7 Decades After Hiroshima

The Many Faces of Japan: 7 Decades After Hiroshima

On this 70th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, we as American travelers recognize the many faces of the US-Japan relationship, in both war […]
July 29, 2015
Compassionate Travel and Pablo's Story

Compassionate Travel and Pablo’s Story

There are moments in our travel where our hearts are ripped from our chests. Instead of only skimming the surface of the most beautiful tourist spots, […]
July 28, 2015
Worldschooler's BBQ

Worldschoolers BBQ in Ajijic, Mexico

Just like “birds of a feather”, worldschoolers have a way of flocking together, even here in Mexico. It’s great when families can share a connection over […]