http://joinourvidaloca.libsyn.com/how-to-be-a-traveler-not-a-tourist First let address Vanesas depression. She is freaking sad every day and I need her to snap out of it. Listen to the podcast. With the help of a very eye-opening article by David Allan from the Wisdom Project, we help you become a traveler and not an annoying, selfie-taking tourist. We loved this
We chat with Summer, an Expat from Los Angeles, California who now lives in Amboise, France. Lifestyle, wine, Kardasdians, parenting, crime, and lots of laughs.
What a great conversation with Summer, an Expat from Los Angeles, California, now living in Amboise, Francia🇫🇷 . We talk about wine, culture, social issues, health care, family, Keeping up with the Kardashians, #kuwtk , Leonardo Di Caprio, Leonardo Di Vinci, In N Out Burger and Starbucks . We share a lot of laughs and we
Oh my god, we cannot believe we made our connecting flight. Let's set this up. Our flight from Havana was scheduled to leave at 540pm and land in Tampa, Fl with a 3 hr layover for a connecting flight to Hartford, Connecticut at 1040pm. Let me back up a little bit more. We have 6
Is Costa Rica safe? Good for kids? How are the roads? Do the bugs scare you? What is there to do? Easy to get around? We are live from deep inside the jungle in Costa Rica! We got tons of questions and we are here to answer them. We also tell you the story of
What can you do with kids in Costa Rica? Plently! We will just touch on three things but trust me, there are so many wonderful experiences you can give your kids by bringing them to the beautiful country of Costa Rica. Just in case you do not want to read but rather watch, here goes
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
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