In the Winter of 2008, in a suburb north of the city of Dublin, Ireland something felt amiss. I was living comfortably, the apartment I lived in was scenic and … Continue Reading
I have always believed that travel teaches you without a scorecard. It enriches you gently. When you step out to see the world – meet people, get acquainted with different cultures, taste … Continue Reading
As we speak, we are in Egypt speaking at a travel conference. Nearly 4 years ago to the day, we are back in the country that changed our lives. It … Continue Reading
It started out as a New Years Resolution on the eve of 2007. We were feeling blue after 2 years of working too hard and traveling too little. We were … Continue Reading
Earlier we wrote about The Top 10 things we Hate about Travel. You didn’t think that we would just leave you with that negative post, did you? We love to … Continue Reading
I know what your thinking, what can you hate about travel? How dare you complain. You are lucky enough to be able to travel the world and hey if you don’t … Continue Reading
A small town Canadian girl (yes I call myself a girl even at 46) gets a chance to go to a Central American country to build a school not once but twice! How sweet was that. It was even better this second time as I brought my 16 year old son Joey. We were joined by 10 other people making up our team of twelve.