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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 19, 2015
UENO Zoo

Ueno Zoo: Affordable Family Fun in Tokyo

The Ueno Zoo, founded in 1882, is the oldest and most well-known zoo in Japan. If you are traveling to Toyko with young children, definitely set […]
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? […]
December 22, 2014
Ciudad Guzman Pigeons

Ciudad Guzman: Love At First Sight

Do you believe in love at first sight? That’s exactly what happened to me when our family arrived at Ciudad Guzman. It usually takes me about […]
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 […]