Posts made in 2012


Traveling as a Couple: Her Perspective

Traveling as a Couple: Her Perspective


Posted By on Dec 31, 2012

Last updated: 01/11/15 Today’s post is the second in a two-part series about our perspectives of the perks and challenges as traveling together as a couple. Jeremy recently weighed in on the pros and cons of traveling with a significant other (me!), so it’s only fair that I get to respond with the pros and cons of traveling with him. Here are the major pluses and minuses that I have experienced on our adventures together...

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Last updated: 01/11/15 Today’s post is the first in a two-part series about our perspectives of the perks and challenges as traveling together as a couple. This post focuses on Jeremy’s perspective of traveling with Angie on recent trips.  The second post in this series features Angie’s follow up on traveling with Jeremy.  Some of the pros and cons featured in this post are common to all couples, while others are...

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Last updated: 12/15/16 It was a good thing that Barcelona was the last stop on our honeymoon, because almost any experience would have been a let-down after visiting La Boqueria, the huge foodie’s paradise market featuring over 250 vendors selling everything from offal to olives. This place is massive: there are 20+ vendors that sell charcuterie alone, over 40 fish vendors, over 60 fruit vendors, and the list goes on and on. ...

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Last updated: 01/18/17 We all have those moments.  You know the ones.  Moments where life becomes too stressful and you all but want to break away and escape to luxury and relaxation.  A one way ticket to a far off land may be too expensive to do every day that ends in ‘Y’ but occasional spa breaks in London or your nearest major city is a relaxing getaway that doesn’t always have to break the bank! But how do you...

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Last updated: 12/15/16 If you are a fan of our blog’s Facebook page, you likely are well aware that I have been going up to Northern Canada for my day job several times this year.  My latest trip in particular had some interesting experiences associated with it as the time of year was quickly reaching the winter solstice.  The occasional -30°C (-22°F) temperature was not enough to make me terribly upset, and missing the northern...

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