Drinking Locally in Arizona

While traveling, we really like to support local business by trying local foods, coffee, beer and wine. Although Arizona was more about the great outdoors and hiking for us, there’s nothing more rewarding than a great brew after a long hike! After a hike in the Superstition Mountains, we stumbled upon O.H.S.O. Brewery while looking…

12 Fun Activities in New Orleans!

Here we are, on to the 3rd and final blog on New Orleans! I had to break it up because there was just so much to say about this amazing city. I covered a lot of things to do surrounding arts and music in The Colorful City of New Orleans and places to eat and drink…

Bradenton, FL…A Blessing in Disguise!

This is going to sound super cliché, but I really believe some things happen for a reason. The reason isn’t always clear right away, and it might take time to realize what it is, but it is always there. After spending a lot of time on the east coast of Florida, we were looking for…

Jetting up to Jacksonville!

Jacksonville was never meant to be a stop on our journey, but after some recommendations, we decided to try it out. Since it was only 40 miles from St Augustine, we decided to spend a few days visiting. We found an Airbnb in Riverside, which is a very historic part of Jacksonville. Our house was…

A taste of history with a side of sunshine in St Augustine

On Nov 16th, we flew from Austin to Florida to escape winter, spend time with family for the holidays, but also explore on our own. Though we did visit with family in Stuart, Fort Lauderdale, and Port Orange, the next few posts will be mostly about the places we explored on our own, starting with…

Memories of the Emerald Isle

In September of 2015, we hopped on a plane and went to Dublin to visit our family, Fernando and Raissa, in Dublin Ireland. We were there for 10 days, and crammed in a lot of fun, but I would love to go back to see what we were not able to cover. This was my…

Away for the Holidays

Some of my friends and family were concerned that we would not be home for the holidays. A former co-worker’s kids even asked “how will they get Christmas cards!?” I had a feeling of sadness before the holidays thinking I would not see my family, but you know what? I ended up spending way more…

9 Reasons to go to Rincon, PR

I’m going to try and keep this Throwback Thursday short and sweet, but I’m sure it is going to be difficult. On a ski trip with a friend and her friends, we met Tommy, who owned a condo in Rincon, PR. He kept telling us how great it was, and we started to think we…