Yelapa is an adorable small town twenty miles south of Puerto Vallarta.  It is still fairly undiscovered and a nice escape from the touristy feel of walking along the Malecon in Puerto Vallarta.  There are ...Read more
Day One: We started our journey straight from the Puerto Vallarta airport.  We walked out of the airport and across a pedestrian bridge to catch an Uber ride to Sayulita.  It was 450 pesos and ...Read more
The island of Kauai is known as the Garden Isle, because it is always green, lush and there is a chance you will find rain at some point in your day.  While we didn’t have ...Read more
After much research on how to get to Trinidad, we discovered that our AirBnB could connect with another AirBnB to house us for the night.  In Cuba, it’s called casa particular, or a homestay run ...Read more
We booked a trip to the Viñales valley in Cuba because we really wanted to visit a tobacco farm and see how the Cubans made their famous cigars.  The tour was a full day of ...Read more
We love finding inspirational sayings to go with our adventures, so we thought we’d compile a list of our favorites for you.  We love to live our life by the quote, “Live a life of ...Read more
Besides the obvious must haves like Kayak,, and AirBnB (which you probably already have on your phone), here are some other apps that we always use while traveling: Ever been wandering around the streets ...Read more
Be sure to bring a color copy of your passport.  If your actual passport is lost, it is beneficial to have a second color copy to take to the nearest embassy or consulate. We’ve been ...Read more
1. West Cliff Drive:  Find a place to park and walk along West Cliff Drive at sunset.  The views are great around every corner, and you can get some good shots with dramatic cliffs, surfers, ...Read more
Santa Cruz is the perfect destination.  You can mix your love of the beach with your love of hiking in the redwood trees, and there’s almost always something going on in the funky downtown.  Santa ...Read more