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International Travel Adventure List

International destinations for your bucket list

Are you planning to go abroad? If you’re planning to visit some iconic places around the world, but you aren’t sure which places will suit you best I have an international travel Adventure list for you.

Full of the most exciting international destinations, a lot of adventures are waiting for you. From interesting things to do in Costa Rica to family-friendly thing to do in Barcelona, Spain.

Here you will find the best international destinations for you to travel with your kids or alone

La Ruta del Yalu in Guatemala: Working Farm Holidays

Going fishing for trout was a huge attraction when we lived in Costa Rica. We used to take our oldest boy all the time. You can catch your fish and then have the restaurant make it to your liking, usually fried. Now that my youngest son is five years old he’s got bit by the fishing […]

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Metro Medellin: The System That Changed the Face of The City

Having lived in several cities where people rely on metros, subways, and Underground tubes (whatever it’s called in each area) for work, going out, and life – it came as a big surprise for me to learn that in Medellin there is an actual Metro Culture. I wanted to get on board with that. Since […]

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Cafe du Monde Riverwalk New Orleans – Our Second Home in NOLA

Beignets turned out to be not only the food of choice for my kids, but we found ourselves eating them literally for breakfast, lunch, and sometimes dinner. And this was true for four out of the seven days we were there. Needless to say, I gained at least five pounds of beignet goodness, something that […]

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La Inmaculada Hotel in Guatemala City A Place for a Romantic Escape

Believe it or not, even though living in Antigua, Guatemala sounds romantic it’s similar to everywhere else you live. It becomes commonplace and after a while it’s great to get away for the weekend. And an even bigger treat when you can get away with your partner, sans kids. Related Read: Hotel San Carlos in […]

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La Fattoria Restaurant, Guatemala City: Real Homemade Italian Cooking

When I was in high school I had a really close friend who was old school Italian. When I say Old School, I mean her parents were off the boat with all the old traditions in tact. Her mother reminded me of The Godfather’s wife (Don Corleone). This was most true in her cooking. Honestly, […]

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Drinking, Dancing and Dining – Date Night at BB King West Palm Beach

This is a bit embarrassing to admit, but my husband and I haven’t gone dancing in almost a decade. Before we had kids we used to go out to clubs, listen to live music, dance. Then somehow, without us even realizing it, ten years have flown by. Now it is time to regain a bit […]

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4 Restaurants to Visit in Costa Rica

Back when I lived in Costa Rica I was able to do a lot of exploring. I also went back a couple of years ago to enjoy once more what it has to offer. During this time I was able to visit many restaurants. Out of all of them a few stood out to me for […]

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Staying at Finca Ixobel in Guatemala: Stunning Eco-Lodge With History

One of the rarest things for my family to do is to return to a place that we’ve visited once before. With the world being so large and with so much to see, the place has to be extra, extra special. That is exactly the way we feel about Finca Ixobel! Staying at Finca Ixobel […]

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Horseback Riding Lessons in Guatemala – Equestrian Style

Living in Guatemala and being an Expat has so many benefits, that it’s hard to keep track of them all. But one of the top ones by far is my son’s Horseback Riding Lessons in Guatemala. Horseback Riding Lessons in Guatemala: I mean, I never ever considered sending my kids to an Equestrian school since […]

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Guatemala Caribbean Coast: Top Places to Visit and Things to Do

Do you know what makes the Caribbean coast of Guatemala so special? It’s the different water cruise adventures to be had: A beautiful boat tour along the Rio Dulce to visit the bustling town of Puerto Barrios then sail on over to the isolated, Caribbean Coast funky town of Livingston. Where reggae beats sway through the air […]

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Have You Visited the City of Arts and Sciences, Valencia Spain?

The first thing anyone will see when starting the search on Valencia travel is City of Arts and Sciences. Even though it is said that the Cathedral is the iconic symbol of Spain and Valencia, by the looks of it, for the 21st Century, the artistic white buildings against a powerful sky are winning over […]

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All You Need To Know About Casa Particulares in Havana, Cuba

Cuba is unique in every possible way. When you visit the gorgeous country/island you leave all that you know about traveling behind and enter a fully new experience! This starts with lodging in Havana Cuba. You can certainly stay at any number of hotels that are centrally located, but to be honest with you, even […]

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Flamenco Dance – The Facts, The History, The Fun of Spanish Culture

Flamenco Dance is all you think it can be. Dramatic, sad, passionate, heart-wrenching, and sensual. The history, even though most of it was undocumented, is one of the layers that make this dance and music so essential for the Spanish culture. Here are some flamenco facts. Related Read: Cardamomo Tablao Flamenco Madrid Fun Facts About […]

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Best Adventure Tours in Guatemala for Families

Are you ready for the ultimate adventure tours in Guatemala? This country will guarantee you get your fill of action, adventure, and excitement unlike you’ve ever seen. Chose your adventure: Hikes to volcanic peaks. Jungle treks to extraordinary, untouched Mayan ruins in the middle of tropical jungles. Boat rides into the heart of caves used […]

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Pizza Grizzly – Oldest Theme Restaurant in Guatemala

Since living in Guatemala one of the biggest challenges we have had was finding good pizza. We have tasted every pizza made in Antigua and simply are not pleased. Isn’t pizza supposed to be an easy thing to make? Apparently not! Four years of living in Guatemala, my husband just remembered that when he was […]

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Fenicci’s of Hershey Review: Oldest Restaurant in Town

The restaurants I choose during my travels are much more than restaurants. If my family and I are about to spend an entire evening somewhere it usually needs to be an experience that will be remembered rather than just a place to fill our tummies. I focus on this for every place we visit and […]

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Nais Aquarium and Restaurant in Guatemala City

Eating is a huge part of traveling. So, when I was in the process of working with INGUAT, Instituto Guatemalteco de Turismo (Guatemala’s Tourism Board and Institue), for our private tour of Guatemala City, Nais Guatemala Restaurant was recommended. Nais Aquarium and Restaurant After doing some more research and chatting with Norman, our private travel guide […]

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Chaa Creek Belize Review: A Family Friendly Luxury Eco Lodge

Belize, one of the tiniest countries in Central America, has so much to offer that it’s hard to decide where to start. I did lots and lots of research, and finally decided to start in San Ignacio which is in the Cayo District and best known for it’s jungles, caves and Maya ruins! But the […]

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Laru Beya Resort in Placencia Belize – Luxury Hotel Review

Our absolute most favorite place while visiting Belize in the main mainland area was Placencia. This tiny village at the tip of the peninsula is known for two amazing things: What is Placencia known for? 1. The Longest Beaches in Belize 2. The longest and narrowest main street in the world (it even made it […]

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All About Going on a Coffee Tour Antigua

Guatemala, but especially Antigua is known around the world as one of the best coffee producers. This is because of its climate caused by the elevation over sea level that it has. When you drive through Antigua’s surroundings you can still see tons of coffee plantations and some are now offering guided tours. In these […]

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