Let us show you how to spend 5 days outdoors in Paris, France
...because we are nature lovers after all!
(The last post in a series of 3 about our time road tripping France.)
Explore Lyon, Chamonix, and Beaune, France
(Here is Part 2 of our 3 part series about our road trip around France!)
Things to do in LYON
After bidding adieu to Avignon and cherishing our new found friends, we packed up Lucy (our 4 door...
Northern Italy: 4 day itinerary
Our first time visit to Northern Italy
(This is the 3rd post in the series about our trip though out Italy)
What to see in...
Explore Tuscany and the Amalfi Coast in 6 days!
Our first time visit to Tuscany
(This is our 2nd post in a series of 3 about our time spent in Italy.)
What to do in...
The Fears of moving abroad!
In my first journal entry of the New Year, I embraced my fears of moving abroad to Europe.
We have nearly 1 year before we move to Europe. (OMGOSH!) While this fills me with much excitement, I am scared shitless! Never...
Bucket list ideas for you adventurous sorts:
I actually have about 106 items on my bucket list, BUT since this is a TRAVEL blog, I have omitted the travel to XX country type items. Here is my revised...
I am writing this piece as a consolation to those experiencing adversity by those who you ache most for their approval. As I begin to tell those closest to us about our plans to live abroad, we often get mixed responses. The usual questions are filled with intrigue and fear: Why do you want to go away for so long? How will you afford it? Can you travel between countries easily? Are the dogs coming with you?
For once, I am heading down a path I have chosen from my heart. A path chosen because I want to explore this world for myself.
I plan for this to be an ongoing series about superfoods found within numerous cultures. Extensions will be added as I visit new countries. A superfood is “a nutrient-rich food considered to be especially beneficial for health and well-being”. As a Registered Dietitian, I counsel clients and patients from various ethnic backgrounds. It is near impossible to be familiar with EVERY food know to a country.
There is so much planning and packing that goes with bringing your dogs with you on a trip. Those of you who are parents are probably rolling your eyes and laughing at our novice notions. That is OK. Our dogs are the closest family, to human offspring, that we have, so bear with us.