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 how to plan an amazing
It’s totally not difficult to find a way to enjoy a day in the Caribbean. Everywhere you look is beautiful, the water is warm, and there’s a lot of rum. When I set sail on the Oasis of the Seas with Royal Caribbean, I got to visit some beautiful places. One place I was particularly excited to visit was Haiti.
Something we can’t wait to mix into family travel is river rafting. I’ve rafted plenty of rivers, from the Wenatchee in Leavenworth, Washington to Six Mile in Hope, Alaska, the Kenai and the Flathead: all kinds of rivers. And I’ve kayaked. I love kayaking and the challenge it sometimes gives. It’s rare though that we just relax and float. Floating
There are a few places that I’d love to experience with my family, meaning that I’ve gotten to see them and do incredible things on my own, but they haven’t been able to join me. Among those places are the Alaskan tundra, the cenotes of the Yucatan and the jungles of Jamaica. The waterfalls of the Blue Hole in Ocho
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 adventure. Swimming with sea turtles
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