Did you know that more families book vacations over the next 3-4 months than at any other time of year! Well with each year we have new travel gadgets and of course new travel trends and this coming year is no different! Travel is taking on a more conscious face – it’s not acceptable to take over a village and push indigenous peoples aside for tourists to come enjoy their land and more and more people want to find ways to give back to humanity during their time off from the 9 to 5 grind. Read on for the 5 New Travel Trends for 2018! [Read more…]
Are you ready to have some serious family fun? Welcome to Great Wolf Lodge Williamsburg, Virginia – your ticket to the family experience of a life time with fun for everyone in your family and different promotions for every season! Read below for my family tips on a Great Wolf so you know what to bring, when to go, and who to bring! [Read more…]
After marrying a man of Swedish descent, I must admit, Sweden has been on my bucket list for quite some time. Well if you’ve haven’t gotten your passport yet and booked your flight, the next best thing is Family Day at the House of Sweden! [Read more…]
January is a time many families plan out their vacations, shop for deals and research resorts. Well the best place to come do all of that under one roof is at the Washington DC Travel and Adventure show and…. guess who will be speaking again this year? Me! I’ll be there with my daughter Samantha at Youtube’s @GrowWithSamantha and if you’d like to purchase tickets in advance you can do so here: https://travelshows.com/shows/washingtondc/
You’ll find everything you need to make great travel decisions and you can speak with business owners and professionals who know travel and want to help YOU find fun!
How to Cross the Border into Canada: In case you haven’t heard the news, I WON a trip to Canada! But wait… it didn’t include air fare so I wanted to share my road trip adventures with you, and answer questions you may have about crossing the Northern border into Canada. I had so many questions about driving across the Canadian boarder and found few answers on line so I’ll try to answer all of the queries I had so you can be spared the worry. [Read more…]
Prepping Kids for a Road Trip – Road trips are a great way to spend family time. There is always something new to see, an exciting adventure to enjoy together, and wonderful family memories to make. As a home school family we like to combine the two because educational opportunities are everywhere and in everything we do. Sometime’s we’re home to do our studies, but very often we are on the road, learning and experiencing the world. After all, there’s no school to teach how to cross a boarder, how to understand customs in other cultures and how to be respectful of all people, places, and cultures. So, to gain the most from our experiences, we always prep our kids for a road trip, allowing them to become familiar with an area before visiting. We think it’s important to have some knowledge of the events that shaped the history and culture of a region. [Read more…]
If you haven’t heard the news…. I WON a trip to Eastern Canada! Stay tuned because I’ll be reviewing each place I visit and of course I’ll be creating another fun, family style video of our adventures so you’ll have ideas of where you want to go on your next family vacation experience. I say “experience” because as you have seen, our lives are filled with adventures and experiences because these are the things that mold our lives and give our kids character.
Our last day of vacation found us well rested after a relaxing night in the owner’s suite at the Colonial Inn. It was two floors overlooking the pool with a full kitchen. Absolutely lovely! Time to start our day and finalize this trip of fun memories!We ventured out to breakfast at the Jolly Roger Restaurant, home to the “most famous breakfast on the beach!” [Read more…]
After having a fantastic few days in Cape Hatteras, it was time for my family to head north and visit the Kitty Hawk/Nags Head area. Dare County offers more than 100 miles of shoreline and we wanted to see as much as we could! Hatteras is more secluded and this area is more populated with tourists so we wanted to experience them both. The weather was gorgeous, the sea called our name, activities to do were around every corner and the sights to see were too many to see on one trip, but we were determined to squeeze in as much as we could! [Read more…]
Outer Banks Travel, Visit Outer Banks Day #2 – Rise and shine it was time to head out the door for our next adventure! We had hoped day #2 in Dare County would bring just as many smiles as day #1 at the beach & watching the fishermen bring in their catch. It doesn’t seem hard to find fun here on these barrier islands and day #2 was just as filled with smiles and excitement. [Read more…]