Starting 2018 with Sun, Sand and Family Our 2018 has started off strong. Tomorrow, we head to the Riviera Maya in Mexico to celebrate our 10 year wedding anniversary. We plan to do a vow renewal ceremony on the beach at sunset. Shortly after returning from Mexico, we trade the sun for snow and head […]
16 Things travel taught us in 2017 We had good intentions to write our ‘Year in Review’ post at the end of the year, but unfortunately we didn’t feel inspired to write over the holidays. The final few months of 2017 were not great for us, because of this, but we’re optimistic about the upcoming year. 2018 […]
Highlights from our 2017 Summer Is it really almost Halloween? We’ve been a little quite around here lately because we’ve just completed an 8 week kitchen renovation that turned our world upside down for a while. You can see the before and after photos on our Facebook page. We’ve had a busy summer. It felt […]
Iberostar Cancun Resort, Yucatán, Mexico A few months ago I visited Mexico’s tourism capital to attend a conference that was hosted at the Iberostar Cancun Resort. This all inclusive beach resort is located in Cancun’s popular hotel zone. This was a solo trip for work, so most of my time was spent inside the resort […]
Have you ever seen a coati before? How about 100?! We captured this coati invasion on video – come check it out!
Quick guide to Sayulita Mexico Located about 30 miles northwest of Puerto Vallarta and the Bay of Banderas, on Mexico’s Pacific coast, the once quaint fishing village of Sayulita has transformed into a travel hotspot for surfers, expats and foreigners looking for oceanview vacation property. And, in recent years, Sayulita has become a hub for travel bloggers […]
Looking back – 30 photos that tell our 2014 story I love this time of year. The end of one year, the start of another. There’s something very cleansing and exciting about the calendar switching over to 01/01. While it may be cliche or unoriginal to publish yet another “year in review” post, I love the […]
Surfing in Sayulita Let me start by saying that I love board sports. I skateboarded as a teenager and continue to snowboard as an adult (snow is much more forgiving than concrete). Because of this, a part of me feels that I should also love surfing. One of the reasons we chose to visit Sayulita […]