Travel with a Peanut Allergy

How to Travel with a Peanut Allergy and See the World

Julie Travel Advice 57 Comments

Do you want to travel more but have a peanut allergy that is holding you back? Stepping foot into a foreign country, a place where peanuts are served and you don’t speak the language, can be a terrifying experience. We traveled around the world with our peanut allergic son and want share our experiences with you. We want to show you …

Trekking with kids

Worst Travel Moments While Going Around The World

Julie Post-Trip, RTW 6 Comments

It’s a fact of life that things go wrong. In thirteen months of travel, it is unavoidable to have a few minor disasters along the way, even with proper planning and taking precautions to keep yourself healthy. Fortunately for us, the things that went wrong weren’t too terrible, although at the time we may have thought differently. We all battled …

Six Month Update…Halfway Already?!!

Julie RTW 13 Comments

Six months…I can’t believe that we are at the halfway point already. I can still remember stepping onto to the airplane at JKF Airport, that first airplane that would fly us away from the US and out into the big, wide world.  We were bursting with excitement and anticipation, and maybe even with a little fear.  In these six months, …

Bagan Sunset Photo

Cycling Around the Temples of Bagan

Julie Myanmar 13 Comments

Bagan, Myanmar is one of Myanmar’s most famous destinations for tourism.  There are many ways to explore Bagan’s many temples, either by bike, by taxi, by scooter, or by big tourist bus.  In our opinion, Bagan is the perfect place to explore by bicycle.  The streets are relatively quiet, there are great sandy roads that take you to villages and …