Destinations

While residents of Buenos Aires spurn the moniker, there’s really no denying that Buenos Aires’ nickname as the “Paris of the South” is fitting – the architecture doesn’t lie. But the most European city of South America, and the Argentine Read more >
If you’re new to this concept of vortexes and feeling energy, you may struggle to have an experience at the Sedona Vortexes – well at least one you are aware of and can connect to. You may not even want Read more >
Tucson, Arizona is a big little city. Although it’s spread out with over 1 million people, it still has that feel of a small town with a laid-back atmosphere. Tucson is a college town, being the home to The University Read more >
Today, we’d like to hand over the blog reins to Savannah, our seven year old unicorn and horse lover. She would like to tell you about her special treat while visiting the Big Bend region in Texas – horse riding Read more >
Welcome to Tombstone Arizona, the Land of Lawlessness. A place where drinking shots at the saloon bar, followed by trips to the service room to the ladies in waiting, and a gun fight or two is a common daily occurrence. Read more >
Welcome to a magical world of creek crossings, cactus forests, desert foothills and rocky gorges of the Santa Catalina Mountains. To your children, it will feel like you’re exploring a fairy kingdom. Sabino Canyon Recreation Area is one of the Read more >
Welcome to a magical world of creek crossings, cactus forests, desert foothills and rocky gorges of the Santa Catalina Mountains. To your children, it will feel like you’re exploring a fairy kingdom. Sabino Canyon Recreation Area is one of the Read more >
The Saguaro cactus are captivating. Their presence commands your attention and musings. It’s almost as if they are watching you, standing guard protecting you and ensuring that you are behaving and taking care of Saguaro National Park and the natural Read more >
Visiting the Grand Canyon in winter is not something many people would consider. But as we discovered on our RV road trip across the USA, it made for a unique and extraordinary experience. There are some pros and cons to Read more >
Savannah sat a little slouched on the seat, one elbow resting on the side of the pink jeep. “Well, if we’ve done it once, we can do it again,” she said with the grace of someone who’s experienced a few Read more >

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Using Pre-paid Travel Money Cards

My brother first told me about prepaid travel money cards a couple of years ago. He and his wife used a cash passport for their year long trip through South America and raved about how easy and convenient it was. Read more >