Over the years I have seen videos and pictures of a certain bridge over a small and secluded beautiful beach and I have always wished to see it for myself. This year I found out that this beach is located off the Amalfi Coast and I told myself that I have to see it with
You want to go to Cuba but you don’t know how? How can Americans go? What is there to do? Is there Wifi? Two currencies? Who tried to rip us off and didn't succeed. Need tips? Let’s get into it!
We met and sat down with the Lainie Liberti who inspired us to say “F it”, sell our home, our favorite arm chair, pack up, #Worldschool our kids, and travel. Playa Del Carmen, Mexico.
It is very rare to ever meet the person(s) who have inspired you to do what you love to do. How often does a young basketball player ever meet Michael Jordan, or a young astronaut ever meet Buzz Aldrin to say thank you? That is very rare. This year we sold our home, furniture, car,
https://youtu.be/91cc4nEPGq0 Nico hates roller coasters and I got tired of waiting on the side with him while others went on. It was time to force him to take a ride. I strapped him into the Everest Ride at the Animal Kingdom in Orlando. Time to grow some hair on your chest Nico! You have to
Istanbul podcast We got a chance to sit down with tour guide and party planner Ayfer (https://www.instagram.com/ayferanim/) from Istanbul, Turkey to find out what this city is all about. We were being told by a lot of Americans to be careful going to Istanbul. We got nervous when we first arrived at our
THIS MORNING AT BREAKFAST I ALMOST LOST MY SHIT IN FRONT OF EVERYONE. Have you ever had one of those moments that you feel as if your head is about to explode and the only way to release the pressure would be by blowing the hell up in front of everyone and not giving a
We are completely heart broken today. For many years we have gotten so much inspiration from this man. As a family we would watch Parts Unknown together and we would tell our kids that one day we will go there together. We were always hoping to buy this man a beer and to tell him
I am half Mexican and Salvadoran. When she was young and a widow, my grandmother, Haydee Rivas, came from El Salvador to San Francisco by herself, leaving her two young daughters behind with her mother so she could dig her roots, work, and get set up. She worked very hard, saved up, and eventually returned