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January 1, 2015
El Tajin-a UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITE

El Tajin: UNESCO World Heritage Site

For Gulf Coast travelers, the Archeological Site of El Tajin is a must-see. This UNESCO World Heritage Site and jewel of Mexico’s Gulf Coast provides a […]
December 17, 2014
Volcano summit

Volcano Nevado de Colima in Mexico: Eye-to-Eye Two Miles High

Sj and I celebrate each child’s birthday with an adventurous experience. For Josiah’s 15th birthday, we decided that he and I, together with Hannah (age 12), […]
November 25, 2014
Mexican-Philippine banner

450th Anniversary of the Mexico-Philippine Expedition

The friendly, first-time banter between me and a Mexican man (call him Carlos) usually goes something like this. We exchange greetings, then he throws out the […]
November 24, 2014
Chapala Malecon Fountain

Lake Chapala Malecon: What the US Media Isn’t Telling You

Forget burned out gas stations, warring drug lords, and American tourists being targeted for crime. Lake Chapala, Mexico’s largest freshwater lake, is not making the U.S. […]
November 13, 2014
Worldschooling-art

Worldschooling: the World as Classroom and Teacher

A growing number of parent-educators are world schooling: traveling for the purpose of educating globally-minded children. Worldschoolers use international travel as the classroom, and its varied […]
November 6, 2014
Children Birding

Birding with Children: Every child can be a backyard birder

Birding is something all children in the world can enjoy. It can be done without cost. Birding can be done in the middle of the city, […]
November 3, 2014
Día de Muertos

Día de Muertos: Looking Death in the Face, as a Family

Visiting the Manzanillo square, the flicker of hundreds of votive candles ushered in the first night of the Día de Muertos, the Day of the Dead, […]
October 30, 2014
National Park picture

Volunteering with Children at National Parks in Exchange for Free Camping

Volunteering in the National Parks of the United States has been one of the most enjoyable ways we have funded our U.S. travel and worldschooled our children. […]