Isla Holbox: the last slice of mellow Caribbean island life

If you recall, a few months ago we shared about the Birds of Paradise yoga retreat I got to participate in and how amazing it was, both the yoga aspect and the destination of Isla Holbox. Following the trip to Isla Holbox we got a bunch of questions about the island, so here is the […]

Isla Mujeres with kids: the ideal Mexican Caribbean getaway

Our team of Dads all travel so differently and have their own favorite places. Frankie and BJ, writers of the Canadian dad-blog Family is About Love, enjoy returning to and exploring Isla Mujeres with kids year after year. They’ve highlighted the best spots and activities for families on this awesome island off the coast of […]

13 Cenotes near Cancun: cave swimming on the Yucatan Peninsula

The Yucatan Peninsula is full of unique experiences from Mayan ruins and swimming with sea turtles to jumping into enormous natural swimming pools: cenotes.  Cenotes are really a highlight to any Cancun vacation or road trip around the Yucatan and we’ve chosen our favorites, the best cenotes to visit in Mexico. This handy how-to guide […]

Yucatan Peninsula road trip: colorful towns of the Yucatan

We will never not appreciate how colorful Mexico is. From our trips around Baja California Sur to road trippin’ on the Yucatan, there are always new places to enjoy. The colorful towns of the Yucatan are exceptionally cool and fun, and each is so different! OMG, road trip theme: colorful towns and street art. Okay, […]

The Four Best Yucatan Mayan Ruins of Caribbean Mexico

One of the most cool and unique aspects of touring the Yucatan Peninsula of Mexico is the abundance of Mayan ruins. The Mayans were spread all across the Yucatan and down into Belize, Guatemala and beyond. They left behind thousands of small and large structures on the beaches and in the jungles. I spent several […]

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 […]

Trip to Playa del Carmen: a perfect destination for nature and fun

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?  Playa del Carmen is just that. Here’s […]

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 […]