We ventured to Mar Menor, Spain for the weekend, so we could experience the healing powers of the natural Lo Pagan mud baths! Lo Pagan Murcia is the place to go and it is easy access from many areas in Spain. It is about 3 1/2 hours from Almuñécar, 4 hours Northeast of Costa del Sol, 2 1/2 hours South of Valencia and 4 hours Southeast of Madrid. Continue reading →
This time my Adventures with Anya is a little different. It is all about my experience with Watersports Mallorca and I couldn’t always bring the camera with me. My mom took some video for me and of course you can’t hear me speak, because I am out in the water.
A few years ago I read about the bamboo train in Cambodia and I was fascinated with it. It sounded like a fun experience that needed to go on the bucket list, if and when I ever made it to Cambodia. Back then, it was a far off dream to ever visit Cambodia and look were we went! As part of our last few days our of a month in Cambodia, we made it to Battambang and rode that Bamboo Train!
Traveling with 3 generations has been fun so far and after our first week in Luang Prabang, we found our travel groove. Next it was time to move a little further south in Laos and head to the small town of Vang Vieng. I wasn’t too sure about this part of the planned journey, as I had read mixed things about Vang Vieng and getting there.
We just had a fantastic day! What made it so great? I got to meet some elephants.
For my 45th birthday, Heidi and the kids decided to do something pretty unique. It checks all the boxes for coolness, awe, and fun. We went to the Elephant Nature Park, part of Save Elephant Foundation.
A friend of ours nominated us to take part in the Adventure contest put on by Southern Cross Travel Insurance. The concept is simple: write a post showcasing a photo collage showing casing what Adventure means to us. Hoping for that grand prize of $2000!
Wow it is November already, I can’t believe how time flies! I know everyone is starting to get ready for the Holidays. When we were in London last week, the Christmas street decorations were going up and the store front windows were being decorated. In many homes, the menu planning has begun. I can just picture it with the traditional slow roasted turkey and dressing, mashed potatoes, yams, veggies, freshly baked bread and pumpkin pie. Oh all of that sounds so good. As far as we know, there is no pumpkin pie in our little part of Spain. I sure does sound yummy though. So what do we do to get our minds off of the holiday comfort food that we won’t likely find in Spain? We plan travel of course. Continue reading →
I don’t know about you, but I love receiving gifts which you can enjoy later. Even better when the entire family is included. You see, I am big on the gift of experiences and memories rather than material goods. That isn’t always the case, but it is my general preference. After being married 15 years, Alan is a pro at knowing exactly what I like.