One of the must stops in Iceland is the Blue Lagoon. It has been named one of the top 25 Wonders of the World and we are reviewing it here!
Want a really kid focused and fun activity in Manila? Look no further than Kidzania! Read our full review here!
Any chocoholics in your family? If you are in southern Germany a stop in Waldenbuch at the Ritter Sport Factory is a must! See our review here!
Where are we off to this summer? Lots of adventures await us in England and Switzerland. Read about what will be coming on the blog!
Last weekend kiddo and I took a short drive south to my home town of Eugene, Oregon to spend a weekend with my family. With the long holiday we got an extra day there and were able to do a couple of things that we don't normally get to do. I thought I would share... Continue Reading →
My original post on the Philippines was getting so long I decided to break it into two parts. Part 1 covers Manila, Olongapo, Subic Bay and Tagaytay. In this post I am going to cover our time in Baguio and a few other bits and pieces I thought you might find interesting! Baguio is a beautiful... Continue Reading →
While we were in Gold Rush country visiting friends, we made a point to get out to the Black Chasm National Natural Landmark near Volcano, California. We love a cave, and while this is one of the smaller ones we have been in, it was quite impressive! Some of the formations were much different than... Continue Reading →
While we were staying in Yosemite, we were told the 150th celebration of the Yosemite Grant, which designated Yosemite as the first protected natural space in the US, would be taking place on Sunday and things would get packed. This was quite interesting to learn about because when the Grant was signed by President Abraham... Continue Reading →
During our trip to Lake Shasta a few weeks ago, I had to run to the store to pick up a few things that I (ehmmm) forgot. I blame the massive garage re-org just before the trip, but the fact is, I didn't go through things as thoroughly as I should have. It was serendipitous... Continue Reading →