We try not to spend money on things we know we don't need like designer clothes, or purses, watches, cars, or things like that. We like to spend our money on experiences and travel. That being said, we love to see what's new in the travel department. We love new products that could make our
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
Eight months in. We are now in Paris, France. Bread, wine, and cheese oh my! CLick here for the latest episode. We address what we have learned traveling as a family for 8 months, we address some hate mail, and I also piss Vanesa off by stating a few things about palaces and castles. We
We are live from Havana Cuba! Have you ever wondered what it is like in Cuba? We are sure you heard the stories on Cuban life but we got a chance to experience it for ourselves. Live from our Airbnb in Old Town Havana, we tell you what it is like, what to expect, how
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
These two Washington D.C. parents got tired of the rat race and walked away from their corporate jobs to open a Worldschooling Community Hotel in Mexico with NO EXPERIENCE and its working.
Check out this new episode! Spotify Vanesa is back, we are buzzed, and the drink of choice for this podcast are mango mojitos. We sat down with Patty and Christian from Washington D.C. who walked away from their corporate jobs and the rat race to open a Worldschooling Community Hotel in Mexico with NO EXPERIENCE
We are homeschooling? WTF! Are our two boys in trouble? Lets talk to Un/ Homeschooling advocate Erica Davis-Pitre!
I am scared for my kids because I have never been a great student. I had horrible grades, I was always "below" the standards, and I hated school. I am in charge of homeschooling my two boys? Oh no! Are they in trouble? Lets ask board member and Co-Director of the HomeSchool Association of California,
Did this 29 year-old expat from Michigan beat all of us at life? Listen to our latest podcast and find out how this kid is living his best life in Costa Rica.
How the hell did this kid figure out how to live his best life in Costa Rica at 29 but we are all waiting until 65 to do it? Find out about this young expat lives his best life every single day in paradise. Would you do the same thing? Check out this new episode!
We are two weeks into Costa Rica and it has been a magical experience. Vanesa had to return to the US to continue working after being with us for 2 weeks. It is now up to me to figure out how to keep my kids going with their homeschooling, Nico with his online special needs
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