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Friday Postcards from Salsa Dancing at El Observatorio San Jose Costa Rica

After I had my oldest son Dek, I needed an activity to get me out and moving. I was working 40-60 hours a week at home and in my office. I was a mom every other minute of the day. I needed [...]

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Quetzal paradise in Costa Rica

We had been sitting for 45 minutes, watching long blue feathers sticking out of a hole in a tree. I was in the cloud forest in the Central Valley in Costa Rica, with my husband and two kids. We [...]

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Barefoot in Ambergris Caye Belize

Winter. Chicago.Blah. Time for a sun break! It just so happens that I have family in Belize – and they have a small B&B on Ambergris Caye, Belize – right on the edge of the [...]

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Ambergris Caye Belize- The Nitty-Gritty you need to know!

Ambergris Caye Belize is a long, narrow strip of an island, about 20 miles east of Belize’s mainland and practically touching the Yucatan Peninsula directly north. Anchored by the town of San [...]

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3 reasons to add the Dominican Republic to your travel bucket list

Many thanks to Thomson for supporting this post. As always, all opinions are my own.  Flying over the island of Hispaniola, home of the Dominican Republic, you see lush terrain and emerald-green [...]

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Amazon Cruise: The Perfect Family Adventure

I can’t be everywhere to discover new things to do with my kids, no matter how much I wish I could. I’ve asked a few friends to jump in with what they love to do in their cities. [...]

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Things to do in Panama City with kids, the republic of Panama

I can’t be everywhere to discover new things to do with my kids, no matter how much I wish I could. I’ve asked a few friends to jump in with what they love to do in their cities. [...]

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5 Reasons go to Family Week at Rancho La Puerta (and 2 reasons not to)

Rancho La Puerta in Tecate, Mexico is a dream come true for parents who want to get away, eat well and focus on their own health and fitness, but what about their kids? Plenty of parents bring [...]

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Top 5 things to do in Panama with kids

Central and South America still seem to be eluding our family when it comes to travel. It’s not that we don’t want to go, we really do, but other trips pop up keeping us from heading [...]

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