Planning a global family adventure is easier than organizing summer camps that coordinate your kid with their friends, interests, and your work schedule. I promise. We’ve mostly looked back at trips, but this time I am going to bring you along for the trip planning. Planning a trip can be even more exciting than going. I’ll write in several installments over the next year as we plan our trip.
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Best Travel Camera and Gear
I sometimes get asked – What camera did you use to get your pictures in Cuba? Or, what’s the best travel camera? Here I share the camera, lenses, and gear that I use when we’ve traveled most recently to Nepal and Cuba. You might just be curious about what technology I’ve used to capture my images. Or if you are looking for your own equipment, just take my insight as one point of view.
Easy Cuban Flan Two Ways
Flan for breakfast!? Yes, please. It was a little embarrassing how happy this made me. To be honest, I am a bit of a health food freak. My family doesn’t go a day without kale on their breakfast plate. But when in Cuba, eat Cuban flan for breakfast. And this doesn’t make me a bad mother because […]
Packing like a pro for the whole family
Packing for the family is an art and I must admit, I’ve kind of mastered it for the whole family. But it wasn’t always that way. I packed like an amateur for my three-month solo trip to Europe and five weeks in Mozambique. Never again! Well, that’s what I say every time I find something neatly […]
Choosing a tour group when you don’t like people
Ok, yes, I am exaggerating. I do like people, but I’d rather not travel with a group. Hanging out, not by myself, but with family, friends, or a couple new people is best. I call myself an introverted extrovert. Jay, on the other hand, is an extroverted introvert. He likes being alone but when in groups he […]