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June 13, 2015
Mexico's Child Labor, A Working Solution 1

Child Labor in Mexico: A Working Solution

We recently came face-to-face with the heartbreaking reality of unrelenting child labor in Mexico: child field workers. Philosophically, we wrestle with the abuse we saw. Even […]
June 5, 2015

A Traveler’s Thanksgiving Tradition: Wherever, Whenever

Our Spanish villa is abuzz with excited energy. Josiah is sweeping our glazed terracotta veranda. Hannah is wiping up the table and clearing breakfast dishes. Jeremiah […]
May 29, 2015
Free to Travel Like You´re Rich, Spend Like You´re Not.

Affordable Family Travel: Free to Travel Like You’re Rich, Spend Like You’re Not

Are you scraping by on a middle class income in the U.S.? You could join the thousands that have chosen to travel in paradise, hire maids, […]
April 22, 2015

Mexican Wedding: Celebration with Simplicity

We were honored guests at a simple Christian wedding in the barrios of Manzanillo. The quiet simplicity stood in dramatic contrast to most Mexican weddings. Throughout […]
April 12, 2015
Tortugario

Child-friendly Fun in Cuyutlán

Cuyutlán is a quiet beach town 22 miles east of Manzanillo. The Museo de la Sal (Salt Museum) and the Tortugario (Turtle Reserve) make this a […]
February 25, 2015
Full Time Travel

Full Time Travel: How This Family of Eleven Makes it Work

Slow and Happy Travel on a Sandal Strap Budget We frequently hear these questions, ” Where are you going?”, “How long will it take you?”, “Why […]
February 8, 2015
Magico Trompo Cover Shot

Guadalajara´s Trompo Magico: A World Class Children´s Museum

People kept telling us that we needed to visit the Museo Trompo Magico. Was it because we have children from ages 1 to 15 and live […]
February 3, 2015

At the End of the World: Mayans of Punta Gorda

Our Day With The Mayans. We visited the Mayans of Punta Gorda Belize in  2012. Time magazine declared 2012, “the year of the Mayans.” We were […]