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March 22, 2016
stability on the road, family travel,

Stability on the Road

Question: How can a family have a normal family life and stability/consistency on the road? If you want to have stability, normally culture tells you to […]
February 21, 2016

Travel: My Spouse Doesn’t Want to Go

So, you want to travel! You’ve done your research, read other travel blogs, and your imagination is on fire. You can’t wait to get started… but […]
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 […]
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, […]
January 26, 2015
Imperial Palace

The Imperial Palace in Tokyo: Ancient Residence in a Modern City

The Imperial Palace in Chiyoda-ku is just a few steps from the Tokyo Station. Within its moats and walls rises the Imperial Residence, home to Their […]
January 5, 2015
Hotel Fuerte Real

Hotel Fuerte Real: The Best Place to Stay in Ciudad Guzman

A huge shout out and thanks to Andres Moreno and the staff at Hotel Fuerte for so quickly and generously hosting our family. Our father and […]
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 23, 2014

DIY Christmas Decor in an RV, Hotel or Tiny Space

Are you spending Christmas in an RV, a hotel, or a tiny apartment this year? Are you living your dream traveling the globe with your family? […]