In a fit of whimsy, I mean, after much discussion, Vero and I finally made a travel podcast, where we answer questions, talk about the travel news of the day, and explore certain travel topics in a little more depth. Download this episode (right click and save) And here’s our new cover art for more »
It’s time, it’s time! It’s time to shop for holiday gifts! We’ve been collecting our favorites all year so we could share them with you. Gifts to teach kids about other cultures Try The World is a gift for the whole family to enjoy. Every two months, you’ll receive a box full of treats from more »
After the horrific events in Paris, where people going about their daily lives – eating in cafés, going to soccer games, attending concerts with friends – were targets of terrorist violence, we’ve been squeezing our loved ones tight, trying to make sense of senseless acts. We have not been thinking about going to Paris. We more »
It’s here! The annual Passports with Purpose fundraising campaign we told you about last week (and that we’ve participated in for the past four years). And wowie zowie do we have a great prize to give away to one of our donors this year! You might have noticed we’ve been sharing photos from our trips more »
We love to travel. We love to help other people to travel. But we know life is not all about travel. Sometimes life is a struggle, and when we travel we see that there are struggles everywhere. Once a year, the travel blogging community comes together to raise money for a charitable cause, usually focusing more »
Paige just wrote a piece for Pink Pangea about her family’s month in Buenos Aires.
When you think of Thailand, what comes to mind? Maybe gleaming golden Buddha statues in chalk white temples. Or idyllic beaches with karst cliffs edging bays full of clear blue water with a white sand rim. Or spicy street food on a steamy Bangkok soi… How about campervans? No? I have rented campervans for family vacations more »
Our guide helped all the other women get into their climbing gear to prepare for the via ferrata in Sant Feliu de Guixols “I understand you are the spare,” he said in heavily accented English as he pulled the climbing harness straps tight around my legs. I offered an uneasy chuckle at his joke. I mean, I more »