Category: Family Travel

Family Travel tips and ideas.  Honest reviews for travelling with kids.

Inspiration to travel with the family internationally, United States, Central America and South America.

How to Celebrate Halloween Abroad

Everybody loves Halloween! It is great fun dressing up in those colorful and scary costumes and having some great time together with family, friends, and kids. It is a favorite holiday for most people. But, what if you are abroad … Continue reading

Coming Up with Unique Birthday Party Ideas for Boys is Half the Fun

Each year we celebrate birthdays in three ways: We always do something just the four of us – usually go out to dinner – this is normally gifted by my parents since they don’t live close by to give us … Continue reading

How to Help Your Kids Overcome Fear of Skiing

Skiing is an amazing recreational activity, and introducing kids to the pleasures of going down the slopes is something most parents look forward to. While adults who have enjoyed skiing for most of their lives have very little to fear … Continue reading

How to Get a Payday Loan for Traveling?

People need to travel, and different people travel for different reasons. One could be a businessman or a student or just someone out to visit his relatives or taking a holiday. Sometimes, travel is planned, and at other times it … Continue reading

Learning to Drive at 13 – Take a Ride on Scooter

When we moved to Antigua, Guatemala over eight years ago I had one prerequisite. I needed to have a scooter so I can get around without any problems. Take a Ride on Scooter My oldest boy at that time was … Continue reading

Family Reunion on Greenwood Lake – Boat Fun and Swimming

15 years ago my parents bought a beautiful home on Greenwood Lake in New Jersey. The lake is actually split into two states bordering New Jersey and New York. Both sides, in my opinion, are equally scenic. On our last … Continue reading

Sculpture Garden – Family Fun in the Most Unusual Place

When my parents invited me and the boys on our last visit to the States to a sculpture garden, you can imagine my excitement. I’ll save you the guessing. My kids and I weren’t excited about it at all. On … Continue reading

How to Strengthen the Mother Son Relationship in a Super Fun and Yummy Way

Travel to me is much more than hopping on a plane and visiting exotic places. Which is great. But that’s not the essence of it all for me. But bonding with my family. With my sons. This is what they … Continue reading

Diamond Club, VIP Experience: The Only Way to a Enjoy a Baseball Game

Here’s the deal. I’m not a fan of baseball, or any team sports in general. However, that doesn’t mean I shouldn’t expose my kids to everything out there, and not shed my opinion on them. And, when I have the … Continue reading

Spy Museum Washington DC – Is It Worth the Visit?

Fun Fact Learned at Spy Museum Washington DC On any given day, there are more spies in Washington DC then in the entire world. This was one of the incredible facts learned when visiting the Spy Museum in Washington DC. You … Continue reading

USA Travel – New to Boston? How to Enjoy the City Like a Tourist

Have you just moved to the city of Boston? Maybe it’s a temporary location for you for work or school, or perhaps it’s meant to be more long-term. Moving to a new city can be a bit scary and intimidating, … Continue reading

How to Visit Long Beach on a Budget

Long Beach is a favorite with weekenders in Southern California, and for good reason. The views are stunning, the weather is marvelous, and the attractions are plentiful. There’s something for everyone in the area, with historic sites, museums, gardens, restaurants, … Continue reading

Family Fun in Bellevue: Top 5 Things to Do in Bellevue With Kids

If you’re searching for a wonderful place for a family vacation, then look to Bellevue, Washington. The city offers children’s museums, parks, and attractions for the entire family. Located across Lake Washington from Seattle, Bellevue also offers an amazing view of … Continue reading

Date Night – How It Helps Your Kids Become Better Adults

What happens when you get married, have kids and sink into life? Well, quite a few things as we know. But one of the biggest that gets overlooked is the relationship that brought this family to life in the first place. … Continue reading

Taking a Break – 9 Must See Destinations in Scotland

Scotland is a place of calm. An abode to tranquility that pulsates through the rainy weather and mist of the highlands. Whether you’re a busy professional or a personal injury lawyer, it’s nice to get out of your comfort zone … Continue reading

Stowe Ski Resort -Vermont Skiing and Snowboarding at its Finest!

Fun Fact about me, the Travel Experta – over 25 years ago I was semi-pro downhill skier. Not so fun fact about me – it’s been almost that long since I’ve been on skis. When we arrived to Stowe Mountain Lodge I … Continue reading

Stowe Mountain Resort – Multi-Generational Fun

Visiting the same place several times for me is a huge rarity since there are sooooo many places in the world to visit. So when I return to a place, especially more than two times, in my Travel Experta opinion … Continue reading

Smugglers Notch Resort a Land of Limitless Winter Activities Part II

When you think of winter activities the first thing that usually comes to mind is obviously snowboarding or skiing. And for good reason, since these are usually the magnet for most resorts. Smugglers’ Notch Resort is no different. Being a … Continue reading

Why Staying at Smugglers Notch Resort for JUST Three Days is a Bad Idea – Part I

One thing about raising tropical kids in Central America is that they YEARN for snow. I grew up in snow. So for me it’s not a novelty. And quite frankly, it’s been over 20 years that I’ve experienced it, and memory … Continue reading

Vermont Cabin Rentals near Stowe and Smugglers Notch Resorts

Close your eyes. Now, imagine a winter’s wonderland. I can almost bet that the picture I have below is something that comes to mind either as your first or second image (after big Pine trees covered in snow). Vermont is … Continue reading

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