Tag Archives: transportation

The Roulette of Driving a Motorbike in Ubud, Bali

At first glance, driving in Ubud looks like a game of roulette. In the casino game, numbers spin in one direction while the ball travels in the opposite direction. This analogy is translated literally to driving in Ubud. Cars going in one direction while motorbikes spin around, pass or travel in the opposite direction. It […]

The childish Art of Luggage Riding

Air Travel with Toddlers Made Easy

Getting through an airport can be quite an affair alone, but add two small children and the anxiety level can rise quickly. If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you know that our chosen lifestyle involves lots of travel. We love to discover new places, but getting to them can be tedious. In […]

Chasing the sun onboard a 777

Chasing the Sun to Bali

Is it possible to chase the setting sun? I wonder what the numbers would say…can a plane flying at 38,000 feet westward stall a sunset? The wild fire that I observed out of my window was definitely extended. Our Asia experience started upon entering the LAX International terminal. The sea of black hair engulfed us […]

First Time in First Class

To fly from Costa Rica to Belize, we had two choices.  The first was an economy fare that entailed a 23 hour journey.  The second was executive class, which took 3 1/2 hours.  The price for first class was actually less than the economy, so it made the decision a no-brainer.  I booked all four […]

Getting to the Osa Peninsula Costa Rica

We’ve traveled all over Costa Rica and have seen a lot of rainforest.  So we were wondering how is this one going to be different?  To find out, we took a trip with our friends, The Pearce Family.  Both of us are digitally nomadic families that have lived in Costa Rica for the past 1 […]