It’s a not that some use it as a celebration of their status, yet, there’s a real issue with the term expat…
It was hard surviving winter in Montreal for 10 years. Coming back 3 years later inspired me to write a poem and set it to a video. Adapting and learning…
What is Home for a Travel Blogger? It’s a tough question to answer. Today I found that answer for myself in the most unlikeliest of places.
While we were visiting Maryland we had a series of small outdoor adventures. Autumn Nature in Maryland We went canoeing, hiking, apple picking, and hunting for sunflowers. We came back with photos we love as treasures and we’re going to share some of favorites with you. Most have their own little story. Good Views, Good friends, Good times. The featured image above was taken from the top of sugarloaf mountain where we set up our hammock and just chilled for a few hours in good company. We were up there with the birds, enjoying autumn’s warm sun rays. Row Row Row your boat The following images were taken on a canoe trip right out of Gabriel’s uncle’s back yard. Ripples on a windy stretch of the ride. Water droplets shine in the early morning sun Our hidden canoe. Orchard Treasures These lovelies were some of the few remaining fruits at the end of the apple picking season. There weren’t many left on the trees for picking but we had no problem taking them right off the ground. Botanical Sunshine We were however in the prime of sunflower season, some ladies still had’t come to full bloom, such as this little one reaching out its petals to caress its first rays of sunshine. Still Time in Great Falls At Great Falls park we stopped time long enough to catch some long exposure images of the stunning sunrise, Old Rag Our favorite hike was getting to the top of old rag, where the 360 views are stunning and we snapped this shot. On our way back home we were lucky to witness a marvelous sunset. For the Birds On the edge of the Chesapeake bay, seagulls lined a pier in perfect military form. Everywhere we looked nature basked in the dwindling warm sunshine.
Life’s more fun when you pretend you’re a kid. That’s easier when you bring one along. Next time you hike, consider hiking with children.
A list of tested areas for camping in the Dominican Republic. Camping here will allow you to visit the island on a budget with a gazillion star rating ;)
Sometimes it’s not the destination, it’s the journey. Paragliding in the Dominican Republic is fun. Getting there is even more fun.
We’re allergic to resorts, thankfully the Dominican Republic has many beaches out of the all-inclusive gate. Here’s our Top Beaches in the Dominican Republic
Visiting landmarks is fun. Being a child is more fun. See our short little story from Dunas de Bani.
It’s all fun and games until someone gets stuck in the mud. Then it’s a circus riot. All about our misadventures on the way to the Aguas Blancas waterfalls!
We loved this place so much we got married there. A wonderful spot for ocean lovers looking for a classy hang-out. Be sure to stop by The Beach Club
Crossing borders is a hassle. It always is, but in the third world, it can be flat out intimidating. Here are our top ten third world border crossing tips.
Jolly rancher blue water, cliff jumping and hanging with the locals – Bassin Bleu, Haiti.
The tropics is all about sun, ocean, and sazón! But if you’ve gotten your fill, think about a retreat to the Dominican Alps before buying a ticket out.
Getting sick while you’re traveling is never fun, even less so in Haiti. But it’s still a gorgeous country… at times.
Crystal blue water, endless desert, amazing surf and more. The South West of the Dominican Republic is full of beauty.
Apply sunscreen, Read, Take a dip, Drink water, Repeat. Remote camping in the Dominican Republic happens to be offered at one of its most beautiful beaches.
Yoga is all about inward motion, and it’s a great way to get the gears turning on some outward motion. Join us on our 30 day travel yoga challenge
One kid even surfs a long-board split in half, modified with the fins above the split. Beasts.