Combating Sea Sickness

The constant up and down motion of the boat riding the waves can cause even the strongest of stomachs to get queasy at times. The last thing you want to do is spend an entire cruise in the bathroom, so here are some tips that my wife and I have found help with sea sickness and provide a more enjoyable experience.

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When My Spanish Clicked: El Salvador

One of the difficulties of traveling abroad is the inability to understand the language. It can be difficult getting assistance or asking questions when the basics of the language are foreign. While this might be an inconvenience for the average traveler, it can be a serious problem for someone traveling long term or relocating to…

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Why Consider Booking At A Hotel

My wife and I are strong advocates for obtaining lodging through companies like AirBnb for both the low cost and the cultural experience. Yet sometimes a vacation might be better benefited by booking through something a little more traditional like a hotel. In this article, I’ll go over the arguments that can be made for…

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Benjamin Baker | Spain Gothic Quarter

“My wife and I went to Barcelona for a day trip. One of the best things we did that day was explore the Gothic Quarter. It’s a section of the city that was preserved and remodeled to resemble how it did back in medieval times. Gothic cathedral, historic buildings, cobblestone walkways, the works. It was…

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Immerse Yourself in Spain

Going to Casteldefels and Barcelona in Spain was a wonderful experience. I’ve wanted to go to Spain since I was a little kid so spending a week there was a lifelong accomplishment of sorts. But it wasn’t without some cultural shock and things I wish I had known before going. There are Two Kinds of…

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