Well if you know me and have read this blog, then it will come as no great shock to you that we finally pulled the trigger and settled into an island life. We have been traveling heavily and worldschooling the last two years while keeping our base in Dallas, TX. We have considered many places… Continue reading 6 Weeks ’til Lift Off! Hawaii-Bound! Burn the Boat!
For the start and finish of our UK journey, LONDON! I always forget how much I enjoy a direct, international flight on American Airlines. Crazy!?! No! Board, stow your items, set-up your footrest and complimentary pillow/blanket. Next start scrolling through the many, new release movies they offer and don’t forget your standard-jack headphones or they… Continue reading England: The City of London
Our journey took us across the border into beautiful Scotland. We visited four areas (#9-12) during our UK road trip. The English part of our trip is here: England: The City of London and England: Castles to Manors to Ruins Stop number nine was outside of Glasgow on Loch Lomond in the small town of… Continue reading Scotland: The Lochs, Moray Coast & Edinburgh
We had the privilege of staying in the UK for four weeks. During that time we made our way by car from London South all the way around to the Moray Coast in Scotland and back down to London. You will find our experiences in London and Scotland in separate posts, as this one takes… Continue reading England: Castles to Manors to Ruins
This destination wasn't one that had initially been floating around in my head, but when tickets came across my desk that I couldn't pass up, the planning was on! We used United and had one connection in Denver going and one in LAX returning home. I have to say since I have been so devoted… Continue reading Hawaii, The BIG Island!
Daily I receive emails about great prices on flights across the US. One day in early August I jumped on roundtrip tickets from Dallas to Boston and it clicked! October + Massachusetts = a visit to SALEM! I quickly joined a few facebook groups on Salem, MA to learn about the must-sees & stays. Luckily… Continue reading Salem, Boston & The Cape
Did you know that there are 700 islands, of which 30 are inhabited, and about 2,400 cays (coral reefs) in the Bahamas? It is SO MUCH MORE than just Paradise Island, Nassau! There are several popular islands in what are called 'the out islands' of the Bahamas. On this trip, we visited Abaco and Eleuthera.… Continue reading The Bahamas – SO much more than you think.
We took a trip to a beach unknown and discovered a wonderful part of Florida! Friends had us to their place in Vero Beach. We delighted in local restaurants like Mulligan's and Cravings, took in the local culture at the Vero Beach Art Museum and Mel Fisher's Treasures, and spent lots of time by the pool and… Continue reading Vero Beach, Cape Canaveral & St. Augustine; Not a part of Florida you may know!
Like most destinations in the West Indies, the Dominican Republic delivers you crystal teal-blue water and fine white sand. We found areas of our resort's beach, at the natural swimming pool and off of Saona Island to be seaweed free and pristine. The trade-off to reach this stunning destination is a 4hr 15m (direct) flight… Continue reading PUJ, La Romana, Saona Island ~ Dominican Republic
Ok, I'll admit Washington DC wasn't on my personal list of travel destinations but now that we are homeschooling what better way to get a 'civics and government' lesson than a trip to DC, right? Sebastian and I both agree this trip was fantastic! By the end, we were so sore and tired from all the… Continue reading Washington DC: The Capitol, Smithsonian Museums and Monument Tours