How to visit Coba: Yucatan Mayan ruins off the beaten path

We love all things history and nature. And Mexico. Although we spend the most time in Baja California Sur there’s something truly unique and wonderful about the Yucatan Peninsula and the state of Quintana Roo. In addition to the pristine waters, wildlife and cenotes, the magical attraction of the Yucatan is the concentration of Mayan […]

Travel for Yoga: Isla Holbox Yoga Retreat for self care and a new perspective

When the opportunity arose to be a part of a yoga retreat, I just had to jump at the chance. With 2018 well underway and us really making an active effort to be healthy in every aspect of our lives, dedicated time for self-care and practicing yoga in a beautiful place just seemed like the […]

Yucatan Yoga Retreat travel journal: yoga on the beaches of Isla Holbox

Hooray! It’s time to get some sun and take relaxation and self-care to a new level!  We’ve partnered up with Yoga Multimedia to share an exciting experience of travel, yoga and making new friends.  Follow along with this travel journal as one of us Dads (Rob) takes some time away to regroup and try a […]

Baja California Sur Road Trip: #familytravel meets awesome

When you say Baja California, I think most people are instantly going to think “Off-roading and military car inspections…”  Well, yeah, that’s totally possible and I’m sure you’ll come across that, but we’ve had some pretty incredible Baja road trips.  Doing a road trip through Baja California is a really fun and interesting option for […]

A complete guide to snorkeling in Cabo San Lucas

As heartbreaking as it is to realize that you’re kids are growing up it’s also amazing.  We are able to do so many more fun things and share even more new experiences with them.  One that is really exciting is snorkeling! Snorkeling in and around Cabo San Lucas is surprisingly great and if you’re in […]

Why using a timeshare is smart family travel

Among frequent travelers, and especially in the travel blog community there is a weird tension about “traveler vs tourist” and it’s really funny and irritating.  It’s typically approached in a condescending way and despite we not caring where we fall into the array we still make the effort to be sure to fall into “traveler”… […]

Vacation in Playa del Carmen: kind of a perfect destination

We know how to do a beach day.  I mean, we live at the beach, but what do you do when you’re in a beach destination without kids?  And what if it’s a beach destination that also has non-beach stuff that is pulling you away from the surf?  Well, here’s how to have an amazing […]

Swimming with sea turtles in Akumal, Mexico

There’s this small window in being a parent when it seems okay to do really cool things without your kids.  Examples include dinner in a Michelin star restaurant, getting a tattoo when you’re traveling for work, swimming with sea turtles in the Caribbean… So, I did two of these things on my last solo travel […]

Cave snorkeling in Cenotes dos Ojos, Yucatan Peninsula

We’re a family travel blog through and through… except when one of us has to travel for work or something.  I had the amazing opportunity to tour the Caribbean aboard Royal Caribbean’s Oasis of the Seas and had an awesome time.  The trip was totally unplanned so only I could go, but I was welcomed and […]