What does our life, one of full-time travel, look like post-pandemic? We will likely become a bit more intentional and slower travelers than we already are.
When we chose SE Asia as our next travel block, we didn’t anticipate the coronavirus outbreak. Here are our coronavirus prevention travel tips.
Through a very narrow tunnel (very, very narrow) and up a windy little road into the mountains above Domodossola, in Northern Italy, lies a little village called Cardezza. Cardezza is the birthplace of my grandfather. It is also the birthplace of the family connections I, and all of my American
We survived our first week back in the United States (San Diego, California). We are housesitting for my mother in a beautiful and isolated small town outside of San Diego. Mom’s house is situated facing a riverine oak forest backed by national forest land. It’s fresh, quiet, and full of
Our 13th travelogue marks our last week in Antigua. And our last week in Guatemala. And also our last week in Central America. But what a week it was! A week full of coffee, chocolate, Jacon, Lenten processions, and lava rocks. WE SPENT TIME NOMADING ABOUT … This past week we
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times. So, maybe that’s a bit dramatic. Guatemala City is beautiful, historic, friendly, safe, all the things you want in a destination and it should be on your list. But for us, it has not been as smooth a
The more we get to know about Guatemala City, the more we like it. The people are nice, the coffee is the best, and it’s an easy city to be in while we work and travel. Several people told us not to waste our time with Guatemala City. I’m glad
As we mentioned, last week, our introduction to Guatemala City was not kind. Our first meal sent both of us to the bathroom with terrible food poisoning. We were violently sick for a full day and slept for another day recovering. But, after that, the City has been sensational. We