6 & 1/2 Months on the Road!

Heres a little bit on what we’ve learned & what we’ve spent to travel this beautiful country & compare it to what we were spending when living a stationary life. Living on the road comes with many unexpected surprises. Some good, some bad. We’re learning to embrace them all. Practical things learned:  How to drive […]

Camping in Kenilworth to Escape the Crowds

Is it worth it to visit Kenilworth in QLD? Well, if you’re not actually passing by or in the general vicinity I wouldn’t say a massive YES but if you happen to need a place to chill away from the crazy school holiday crowds that are so much better at booking ahead than you, then […]

Booderee National Park + Hyams Beach

A couple years back we visited the beach in Jervis Bay. It was a spontaneous trip that left a lasting impression but was too short lived. Now that we have the bus which is nearly self sufficient (only missing a toilet) I started flipping through our Camps7 book looking for a places to stay. We really […]

Is Mexico Safe?

I had the exact same question when considering our plan to visit Mexico for 6 months & maybe live there indefinitely in the future. I read everything I could find online, I watched news reports & wrote several people I knew living in Mexico asking if it really was safe. This isn’t a professional gathering […]

Tulum– Be Still my Beating Heart.

I’ve got a confession to make… I have a crush. A MEGA crush on Tulum. I was intrigued by the place when I heard about it last year.. so much so it had me make the biggest decision since having kids. Live in Mexico with Little D & Miss P for 5 months to check […]

I found Love in Mexico

Seeing as its Valentine’s Day & that I find myself in Mexico and my hubby is in Australia I thought I’d take the opportunity to write how the two of us met. It all happened in April 2007. I was 6 years into travelling & was at the time spending 6 months in the USA […]

Chichén Itzá a Wonder of the World

We drove North past Cancun towards Merida & followed the toll roads & signs to Chichén Itzá. Its a 3 hour drive & relatively easy to find, even with detours, small towns & extremely basic signs. After parking the car for a small fee we made our way to the front desk. It cost 177 pesos […]

Our First Aid Kit

I know I can get everything in Mexico. Farmacias (pharmacies) are quite abundant. But if you happen to be in the middle of no where or just can’t be bothered going out to find what you need in a time of need then packing a small kit is gonna save you a lot of stress. […]

Coba – an Incredible Mayan Archaeological Site.

When I heard about Mayan ruins in the jungle I knew I had to take the kids to check it out. What fun to explore & a great opportunity to learn more history not only about the Mayans way of life but their architecture as well. I wasn’t sure where it was exactly… just somewhere […]

Swim with the Turtles in Akumal

This beach deserves a post all on its own. Not only is it gorgeous but you can swim with the Green Sea Turtles & Stingrays for free! If coming from Playa its a 30 min drive on the 307 towards Tulum. You’ll see plenty of signs on the way. But its on the other side […]

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