Married Explorers discuss their experience in becoming scuba diving certified. Topics include obstacles and aspects of training for certification.
Should we live on a boat full-time? This is something that we have been considering so decided to test the waters and try it out for a month. This is what we found out:
While traveling, hiking, exploring, do you take a bunch of photos or are you more selective? Kara and Tim are opposite and discuss which strategy is best.
Road trips are now the most popular form of travel (don’t ask me for a reference, that’s just opinion) and we wanted to share a few ideas for entertainment and general tips for hitting the road. Also included are packing and planning lists.
We have such a great time on our adventures but if there’s no record of it, the memories sadly fade quicker than we’d like. This blog post provides 7 suggestions on how to commemorate your happy times.
Do you ease back into the grind or go zero to 60? It might be a different decision for various trips. We discuss the benefits and downsides to both options.
Step 1: Lay it all on the bed, Step 2: Roll it all up and hope it fits, Step 3: Profit. Read this post to see the list of items we packed for a two week vacation.
Trusted Traveler Programs TSA Pre-check, Global Entry, Clear The links above will direct you to the main pages for their program. We wanted to discuss the benefits, the things not so beneficial (if we can think of anything), and the process we went through to get our Global Entry. Initial point. It’s wonderful. Who doesn’t READ MORE
(they call me Alliteration Tim) 1. If you can spare the money…check your bag. I have found that there is less hassle in the airports if you keep to just your small personal bag, and not have to lug around a larger one, even if it has wheels. 2. ALWAYS carry TUMS, or some other READ MORE
Hopefully you can learn from them. I have been traveling since I can remember. I was flying by myself as soon as I was old enough to do so (Cheap flights has a nice article about unaccompanied minors) and I try to always say yes to an adventure. Some may call me a “seasoned” traveler. READ MORE