Author Archives: Marina Kuperman Villatoro

About Marina Kuperman Villatoro

Marina Kuperman Villatoro CEO of TravelExperta.com, a travel resource site to inspire families to travel with kids of all ages. Marina has been an expat 10+ years in Central America raising 2 boys in a multicultural, trilingual household. She travels all over the world with her family to give first hand experiences of where to eat, stay and play with kids. Needless to say, it’s never boring! Join Marina on Facebook and Twitter for more unique and boutique family travel!

Outdoor Living Modernized: The Top Gadgets for Carefree Camping and Hiking

While summer camping is one of the great British institutions, no one says that you have to rough it the traditional way. James Bond certainly is a British institution, and he never seems to rough it, no matter where he … Continue reading

Become the Best Angler in Town!

A saying from Steve Jobs reads, “Your time is limited, so don’t waste it living someone else’s life,” might motivate you to live your life the way you want it. Most people head out for fishing as an escape from … Continue reading

Simple Road Trip Tips To Remember

While nowadays most people decide to just fly to the destinations they want to visit, there are still so many that want to travel by car. The problem is that so many simply underestimate everything that has to be planned … Continue reading

This is What Happens when People are in Bali for a Week

Tourist-flooded beaches, a let-down and whatnot, there is no doubt we have all heard a criticism or two about Bali. It’s time to stop Bali bashing! Villa-Finder.com, a luxury villa rental company, wanted to find out what Bali makes people … Continue reading

Your Camera, Another Culture: Best Practices for Taking Pictures in Other Countries

You’re off on a once in a lifetime vacation and you’ve packed your digital camera so you can record all your travel memories. What you may not know is that some countries have specific rules on taking pictures at national … Continue reading

Tips to Make your Long Flight More Comfortable

Travelling is fun. No doubt about that, but one experience gone wrong can change your whole perspective and frankly speaking, the risk is too high during long distance travelling- even by plane. As a matter of fact, an uncomfortable long … Continue reading

Great Family Travel Tips You Need To Remember

Family trips can be wonderful or can be really bad. It is so easy to make mistakes as you travel with more people. If the family has young children, everything is even more difficult. It is really important that you … Continue reading

Tips to Improve Your Night Time Golfing Experience

What fun are holidays if you still go to bed at 9? You are where you are because you needed a change in routine, some time to de-stress, unwind and just enjoy life as it is. So, while you are … Continue reading

From the Big City to the Countryside: What to Expect

It’s stated that 62.7% of the US population live in its cities. If a major city tends to be jammed packed another city will spring up and start filling up to accommodate those people, we can see this is true … Continue reading

Ride an Epoch with Holocene Helmets

You know that the essential piece of safety equipment for the road is your helmet. Although helmets being mandate has spurred disputes among the masses, there’s no questioning its life-saving ability. Helmets have come a long way since the past … Continue reading

Follow the Grape Vines and Road Lines: All About America’s Scenic Wine Trails

Wine has become a very popular drink of choice in the United States. What may have been looked upon by the masses as a drink for the upper class, or, at the very least, those connoisseurs who know everything about … Continue reading

5 Great Things to Do in Marsala, Sicily

Marsala, Sicily. This place is insanely famous for one thing… wine! This beautiful seaside town has tons to offer from wine tasting to visiting museums and historical sites. The west Sicilian town is rich with history, so is a brilliant … Continue reading

5 Items People Always Forget to Pack for Camping

Going on a camping trip is both an exciting and overwhelming experience, especially for first-time campers. With so many things to pack and factors to consider, it’s relatively easy to miss out on one or two essential items. If you … Continue reading

Alps Skiing Holidays Made Hassle Free with Ski Transfer Agencies

The Alps ranges are much sought after by tourists for enjoying skiing vacations. People from many European countries and other continents come to the Swiss and French Alpine regions to enjoy the natural splendor and serenity. The added charm of … Continue reading

What Kinds Of Coupons Are There?

Most people are familiar with coupons, usually the printed sort. Consumers find them in stores when they browse the yogurt and cereal sections. They see fliers in their free local newspaper which provide savings on all items made and sold … Continue reading

Teach Youth About Online Shopping

For a while, kids do not have their own credit card or PayPal account. Suddenly they turn 18 and think they can apply for a card, but they have no credit history and have to wait. Youth are dangerous enough … Continue reading

British Found to Be Spain’s Greatest Lovers

Although there has been a fear that due to the Brexit-inflicted fall in the value of the Sterling would prevent people from going on holiday, this summer still saw a record number of British people still went to Spain. That … Continue reading

Smart Ticket Vending Machines Bring Faster Travel to York

York, North Yorkshire is the latest city in the UK to benefit from swifter bus travel thanks to the expertise of kiosk manufacturers Cammax Limited and the vision of the local council. City of York Council (CYC) and Cammax, based … Continue reading

Warm Water and Gentle Waves: The World’s Best Places to Learn How to Surf

Few sports seem as attractive as surfing. Surfers coast along the surface of breaking waves under golden rays of sun in some of the most exotic places on the planet. Of course, every surfer has to start somewhere, so you … Continue reading

Celebrate the New Year by the Sea

Since 2014, brightly lit Christmas trees have lined Baltimore Avenue in Downtown Ocean City, MD. The Avenue of Trees runs from November 17th to the New Year’s Day. But, it’s just one thing that draws folks to OC for the … Continue reading