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Simple Days in Nicaragua's León

It was melting hot, but León—Nicaragua’s second-largest city and once-capital (it lost the title in 1852)—was still a good visit. Located in northwestern Nicaragua, not far from steaming volcanoes, Pacific coast mangroves, and cloud forests, León is used by most travelers as a base for active adventures. 428 more words


Packing for a Road Trip With a Baby

A couple weeks ago, we took our almost-4-month old baby to LA on his first road trip.  If it was just me and Steve, our luggage would be very light since we were only staying for the long weekend.   265 more words


Royal Carribean – Legends of the Sea (2012)

Looking back at the list of holidays we have taken with the kids, it suddenly dawned onto me that as first time parents with Jah, we were really quite afraid of travelling overseas. 1,150 more words

Scarier than Skydiving: Planning Our First Trip with Baby

“The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.” — St. Augustine

“Leap, and the net will appear.” — John Burroughs… 690 more words

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Gettin' Our Feet Wet: Dining in the Outback

Now we get to the truly important matters – the providence of succulent meats, exotic flavors, and stimulating mealtime conversation.

Ok, traveling with a 2-year-old and a 6-month-old does not lend itself to such things, but despite that, we did manage to at least get some succulent meats  121 more words

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Gettin' Our Feet Wet: "Luxury" Outback Camping

In the Spring, tent-camping involves a very hot tent during the day and a rather cold one at night.  

To combat the first issue, we simply abandoned the tent to the heat of the day – by going bushwalking.   305 more words

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Gettin' Our Feet Wet: Gorgeous Gorges

Karijini is best known for its beautiful red-tinted gorges with flowing water and relaxing rock pools.  We had two days at Karijini and managed to bushwalk in and around three of the gorges. 241 more words

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