Author Archives: Marina Kuperman Villatoro

About Marina Kuperman Villatoro

Marina Kuperman Villatoro CEO of, 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!

Cruise Packing Tips To Make your Life Easier

Cruising is great fun. As more new cruise ships have been launched, it has become more affordable for the general population. The way cruise ships have evolved means that they are now more family friendly too! If you are going … Continue reading

2nd Week in Review – Ultra Marathon Training – 50K Ultramarathon Challenge

#ULTRAMARATHON TRAINING WEEK 2 in REVIEW and STARTING WEEK 3 This week I broke my record ever – and averaged 7 kilometers per training session. Normally between 1:15 – 1:30 hours per training run. I did 5 training sessions – … Continue reading

How to Experience the World Without Leaving your Home with a Drone

Whether you are doing research to find out where to book your next holiday or you want to see the wonders of the world without leaving your home, technology has given us so much opportunity. You can now experience an … Continue reading

Blogging Tips – How To Start Your Own Travel Blog

If you like to travel and you like to write, it makes complete sense for you to start a travel blog. Not only will your blog share information with people that can help them make their own vacation plans, but … Continue reading

Best Sunny Beach Destinations In USA

Family beach trips are well known for building great memories for all who travel. It is not a common event that one destination pleases every member of the family, but the beach usually does the trick. There are not many … Continue reading

Vietnam Travel – Da Nang, Here We Come!

The journey from Hue – Hoi An to Da Nang is a trip that I plan to go when I just come back Vietnam but never had enough time and friends to go along. This time, I found a friend … Continue reading

Brewery Tours – Best Breweries to Visit in the United States

Born in San Francisco, California now living in Australia I miss so much about my home. Spending warm summer evenings at Coliseum watching my beloved Oakland Athletics through another losing season, the 4th of July celebrations, Halloween and the … Continue reading

Travel Gear – Must Have Tech For Travelers

Attention all non millennials out there. Let’s be honest with ourselves, we truly live in a world of technology— and yes, some of it may seem redundant and overwhelming! However, there is a time and place for everything and tech … Continue reading

Travel Tips – Frequent Travelers Can Manage Better With Proper Planning The Trips

People who like to travel around the world for pleasure or work require air travelling facilities more than anything. There is not a single person who would want to reach the destination tired or grumpy due to bad treatment along … Continue reading

8 Beaches Around The World That Are Perfect Romantic Getaways

“A mind that is stretched by a new experience can never go back to its old dimensions” That’s what travel does to you. It replenishes the youth inside you, gives you new life experiences, makes you feel encouraged and opens … Continue reading

Traveling With Pets – What You Need To Know About Boarding Your Dog

Sometimes you need to board your dog. You’re going to visit a family member that doesn’t allow dogs in their home. You’re going on vacation and your dog doesn’t travel well. Whatever your reason for needing to board your dog, … Continue reading

Travel Planning – Things To Look Up Online Before You Head Out On Vacation

The internet is your friend and you should use it whenever you have the chance to. When it comes to planning your vacation the internet can do so many great things for you, and make your planning so much easier. … Continue reading

1st Week in Review – Training for a Marathon – 50K Ultramarathon Challenge

Training for the Marathon (with kids) Training with kids is a necessary (evil). Which, in my opinion is actually inspirational. I won’t deny it, my kids, and family in general, think I’m nuts for doing this over the top race, … Continue reading

Travel Games – Break Down International Boundaries

While it’s undeniably true that travel broadens the mind there are some definite hurdles to overcome before it becomes a truly memorable and rewarding experience. It’s all too easy to visit somewhere, enjoy all the traditional tourist experiences and fill … Continue reading

The World’s Best Motorhome Destinations

If you are considering whether or not you want to buy a motorhome then you may be pleased to know that motorhome owners have far more freedom than other travellers. Nothing can quite eclipse the feeling of hitting the open … Continue reading

Living in Harrogate: One of the UK’s Happiest Places

Harrogate, North Yorkshire is renowned for many things: tea, medieval springs, and quintessential English charm. This historic spa-town has won the accolade of happiest city to live in the UK for 3 of the last 5 years and it’s not … Continue reading

Training for Marathon is Becoming a Family Affair – Day 5

Training can be a family affair, at least when it comes to taking measurements and getting the kids excited about their own weight. But I had to get my numbers down so I can keep track. March 17, 2017 – … Continue reading

Best Travel Credit Cards – Accruing Free Hotel Accommodations in America!

We all love to travel but we also dread those costly expenses that travel costs inflict on our finances. Accommodations, airfare, food, excursions and miscellaneous costs that unforeseen throughout every trip. Don’t be discouraged my friends, there’s options out there. … Continue reading

Training With a Runny Buddy – Day 4

I’ve never actually trained with someone, even when I was into fitness I did most of the training and working out myself. But now that I’m going for this crazy goal and somehow managing to inspire others to join me, … Continue reading

Total Transparency – Day 3 Training for Ultra Marathon 50K

NO ME LIKEYYYY Today is a REST DAY – my trainer says I can’t push myself too hard. So today is a day of facing up to my past five months of decision to NOT exercise at all. For a fitness … Continue reading