How To Keep Insulin Cold While Traveling

My research and where it took me… Consider this part 1 of 2, with the second part being a review of my final product choice. Traveling with diabetic supplies is tricky and when you extend it past a month, as we’ll be doing in our upcoming visit to Mexico, it gets even trickier. Insulin shouldContinue reading “How To Keep Insulin Cold While Traveling”

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Why We’re Still Using Airbnb

Despite the recent (warranted) backlash against hosts, we still have opted to stay in Airbnbs for our upcoming visit to Mexcio. At first, I wanted to book our first stay and just go with the flow, moving around when we were done with a location and book our next accommodation as we went. However, withContinue reading “Why We’re Still Using Airbnb”

Mapping Out Mexico

Towards the end of November, Rachel and I are setting off to Mexico for two months to explore around the country in hopes of finding a place to long-term relocate and see how we enjoy living in a different country. This post is both a place for us to corral all of our broad levelContinue reading “Mapping Out Mexico”

Driving In Costa Rica

Wild and wonderful Costa Rica is about the size of West Virginia meaning you could drive around the entire country pending you were staying long enough. While major highways are paved, many other side roads are not. Combine this with how much rain the rainforest gets and you’ll want to carefully consider what type ofContinue reading “Driving In Costa Rica”

What To Pack For Costa Rica

Traveling to Costa Rica leads to a lot more decision-making than you probably would have initially thought. Yes, you are going to a tropical country, but, there are a few more variables to consider when you start packing. Costa Rica is an incredibly biodiverse place with different ecosystems and climate influences from several large factors.Continue reading “What To Pack For Costa Rica”

Our Time In Monteverde, Costa Rica – Part 1

To soar through the misty skies, squawking with the birds above an endless sea of ever-changing greens. To slowdown and watch the beautifully efficient march of a colony of ants instinctively cutting, cleaning, and carrying leaves back to their home. To enjoy some really, really good coffee. This is why you would go to Monteverde.Continue reading “Our Time In Monteverde, Costa Rica – Part 1”

3 Books To Delve Deeper Into Your Travels

Sometimes we read for fantasy, but other times we want to learn. As you explore your corner of the world and learn the stories of people you meet, there are instances where you’ll want to know just a little bit more. Why are things the way they are? What molded history in a manner thatContinue reading “3 Books To Delve Deeper Into Your Travels”

[Quick Read] We’re Finally Going…

Last year, you read about how we had to change our trip to Costa Rica last minute. Almost exactly one year later, we are finally making that trip happen. Rachel approached me last month and said she wanted to do a quiet, easy getaway where we could relax and not have to worry about rushingContinue reading “[Quick Read] We’re Finally Going…”

A Day In Sintra – Part 1

If you’re staying in Lisbon for more than a couple days, I highly suggest spending at least half a day exploring the nearby town of Sintra. In this post, I’ll share how to get there, what to do, and how much it may cost you. Getting There Let’s get two of the options out ofContinue reading “A Day In Sintra – Part 1”

What To Do In Lisbon – 7 Things To Do In The City Of Seven Hills (and 2 fun day trips!)

Lisbon is a fascinating city with tons of history and something for people of all interests to enjoy. From foodie stops to museums to Instagram-worthy sites, you’ll find it all in the City of Seven Hills. With the increasing popularity of budget airlines, many are offering free stopovers in their home city and TAP AirContinue reading “What To Do In Lisbon – 7 Things To Do In The City Of Seven Hills (and 2 fun day trips!)”