May 20, 2013 Puerto Rico
Caves are generally exciting. They are dark, mysterious and untamed. Well not Rio Camuy. This cave personifies some of USA’s worst traits – it’s tame, commercialised and all about not being sued.
May 15, 2013 Highlights
Over the last year we have had many firsts. Some I would rather forget, but many I will always recall. When we meet people and they ask us our favourite stories of travelling, these are the top 5 I always find myself repeating.
May 11, 2013 Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
Our last day in Panajachel we hired a boat & captain to take us to two of the towns located around the majestic and beautiful Lake Atitlán, which on this day was not happy to have us on its silky waters.
May 3, 2013 Highlights
We love the beach. We lived by a beautiful beach back home in Australia. And while the Great White’s have given me some good, clear water terror I am still drawn to the magnificent ocean. So what are our favourite beaches?
Apr 22, 2013 Destinations
7 nights on the Carnival Valour visiting St Thomas, St Kitts, St Maarten & Barbados. A dream island vacation get away.
Feb 17, 2013 Destinations
A tropical island surrounded by aqua caribbean waters. We have nearly 3 weeks to spend in paradise.
Feb 16, 2013 Mexico
Thoroughly unique. Something I’ve never imagined. It’s like Disneyland meets San Diego Zoo meets an Eco-Adventure Park. And if that’s not a good enough description, well then, you’ll just have to read the whole post.
Feb 14, 2013 Mexico
You can tell from my very first Cenote adventure that it wasn’t going to be my last. This natural phenomenon was an itch that couldn’t be scratched and I could happily spend months in Mexico visiting every cenote I could possibly see. As it is here are 3 …
Feb 9, 2013 Mexico
Our first Mayan ruin was extremely exciting and as breathtaking as all we thought it would be.
Feb 7, 2013 Mexico
We were so close. I reached out my hand to touch him and decided not to. He poked his little beady eyes above the surface. Glanced around and finding nothing remotely interesting ducked back under the water, swam straight to the bottom and continued to mu…
Feb 4, 2013 Mexico
So there is nothing left to do. My 2 year old had jumped, my four year old had done it, and now it was mummy’s turn. Our visit to our very first Cenote and it is everything we thought it would be.
Feb 4, 2013 Mexico
I will always fondly remember Cozumel. And not because of the several things that went wrong, but because of the lunch we shared margaritas with the hilarious Americans.
Jan 27, 2013 Destinations
So you want to go, but people tell you not to? We found Mexico to be filled with beautiful people, the most gorgeous beaches and no fear for our life.
Jan 24, 2013 Destinations
A 4 night cruise to the Bahamas on the Carnival Sensation. What can you expect on a cruise? Where can you go on Freeport & Nassau? Check out our answers here.
Jan 23, 2013 The Bahamas
Have you ever been so scared your legs start shaking? Your hands get clammy, your throats gets dry. And what seconds before seemed like a great idea, suddenly seems foolish and irrational. A scream erupts deep in the dark tunnel and then a flashing light …
Jan 23, 2013 Southeast, USA
We’ve seen a number of TV shows about red neck hicks wrestling alligators and we thought it would be fun to see some up close in their natural habit. So while we were in Miami we chose the Everglades Safari Park as the place to visit. Situated about 45 mi…
Jan 22, 2013 Southeast, USA
Tucked away on an island deep inside the steamy depths of Miami is a lush tropical jungle. It holds some very rare types of animals. One in particular, I had never seen before! The Liger.
You Won’t Find Alex the Lion at Central Park Zoo, But You Will Find the T-Rex at the American Museum of Natural History in New York
Dec 30, 2012 Northeast, USA
For many people Central Park is the place to visit in New York, followed by the Museum of Natural History, so of course it was on our list of things to do.
Dec 12, 2012 Southwest, USA
Standing on the precipice with the wind tearing at my hair looking down thousands of feet into the grandest canyon of them all you can’t help but imagine its origins. My heart starts racing, the wind is pushing me back from the edge, which in the back of …
Why You Should Rethink the Google Map That Says it’s 6 Hours from San Diego to Palm Springs to Joshua Tree to Vegas
Dec 11, 2012 Southwest, USA
Soon we were driving in pitch black. There were no street lamps and no cars on the road. We drove like this for nearly 4 hours before we saw the eerie glow of Vegas' neon garb on the horizon. Join our 10+ hour road trip from San Diego to Vegas, via Palm S…