Photo diary of the Dominican’s countryside cottages with exuberant colors and resourceful embellishments. … More Countryside Cottages in the Dominican
Is what we find exotic a complete departure from our world? My darling husband grew up in the jungles of The Amazon in a very special place in the state of Choco, Colombia. Nonchalantly, he would tell me quips about his childhood that I found jaw dropping such as coming across sloths and pressing branches … More Monkeys in the Jungle or Cows on the Plains?
I bundled up my 2 ninos and flew to the DR for sun, the beach, and to experience the amazing, warm people. I remember reading that memories families build from traveling are those they carry with them throughout their entire lives. Just in looking back from the trips I took my kiddos on, I … More Dominican Sunshine: Trip to Punta Cana
Posting several shots of Ocho Rios. Moment of ocean zen.
“Let’s go to Jamaica,” My Colombian husband proclaimed. In his mind, he could see Bob Marley singing in the jungle to his Rastafarian friends changing the world with “One Love”. Other visions popping in his mind were other black Caribbeans moving with the brilliant sounds and colors of the Island. Then, I took the reality … More I just Entered the Tourist Zone-AHHH!
Rub the travel jeanie’s magic lamp and what we want to find is magical money floating down to us to fund our next amazing adventure. When the jeanie doesn’t pop out of the lamp, here are some ways to conjure up some extra cash: 1. Side job Loads of people keep one or 2 shifts … More 8 Ways to Conjure Cash for Travel
Abortion was a topic in my house this year. Our U.S. 2016 Presidential election stirred up this conversation along with immigration and freedom of speec and others. And before I was ready, I found myself in a position of explaining these weighty issues to my 9-year-old daughter and 14-year-old son. Finding the right wording for … More Freedom of Choice Rooted in My Family Tree