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Gay Córdoba: a pink guide to Argentina’s second city

Where did all the young pretty Argentinian gay boys go? Córdoba! This is the geographical heart of Argentina, famous for having the country’s oldest university and one of the fewest offering free education for all. As a result, Córdoba has a large student population – some claim up to 20%… Read more »

February Blog Workshop announced: Feb 22-24, La Conner, Washington

February Blog Workshop announced: Feb 22-24, La Conner, Washington Can you spare a share? We’ve been working on finding a great location and locking down dates for our Build a Better Blog two day workshop and it’s settled!  Thank you to everybody that’s been asking about it and prompting us to set… Read more »

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta

MLK National Historic Site with kids: learning about civil rights in Atlanta Can you spare a share? Something that we always try to do with our kids, particularly since we are worldschooling, them is visiting historical sites. We visit Atlanta Georgia quite frequently and I’ve gotten the chance to go… Read more »

Anacortes: a family travel surprise

Anacortes: a family travel surprise Can you spare a share? Once upon a time we wrote this great article about why you shouldn’t write off a destination and basically said that you should always give a place a second chance or even just go experience it for the first time… Read more »

A stop at the Golden Gate Bridge: an American icon

A stop at the Golden Gate Bridge: an American icon Can you spare a share? Ooh, we love a good tourist attraction.  Not a tourist trap, but a genuine attraction.  Of all of the classic American icons a few really stand out:  the Statue of Liberty, the White House, the… Read more »

#RocksAndBalloons & My #40 Fairmont Hotel in Dallas, TX

My travels brought me to Dallas, TX to celebrate the marriage of two friends Alice & Vinh. This was my 1st time in Dallas and of course I had to arrange a stay at the Fairmont, which is in the heart of the downtown Dallas Arts District and close to… Read more »

First Timer’s Travel Guide to Barbados

Please follow us and share! Last month I traveled to Barbados for the first time and I felt relaxed the moment I walked off the plane and felt the warm humid island air! Barbados is known for its distinctive charm, beautiful beaches and warm hospitality – it did not disappoint…. Read more »

Two days in Barcelona

Looking for a fun European getaway? With so many great places to visit, it is difficult to narrow it down to one, but Barcelona could be the place for you. The best time to visit Barcelona is during the spring or fall, when the weather is comfortable and the city… Read more »

Behind the Picture: the Rainbow in Glacier National Park

Behind the Picture: the Rainbow in Glacier National Park Can you spare a share? The story:  It’s not everyday you get to see a rainbow in Glacier National Park.  After securing a campsite we had one beautiful day to enjoy the area.  Midway through day two though, the most ridiculous… Read more »

Universal Orlando with Small Kids: how to make sure everyone has a blast

Universal Orlando with Small Kids: how to make sure everyone has a blast Can you spare a share? We’ve been really fortunate to get to partner with the Universal Orlando Resort this year. With so many fun trips to Orlando, it’s given us loads of insight into how to visit… Read more »