Antigua Guatemala – a photo essay

Two years ago, the girls and I had an opportunity to visit Antigua Guatemala. Wandering about this little city was an absolute delight. It's well-maintained and pretty, with quirky and colourful colonial architecture along cobbled streets. However, my favourite feature was the stunning location among [...]

Zip lining and crystal cave tubing in Belize

By Catarina Redisch in the jungles of Belize When we were recently in Belize, my sister and I had the opportunity to zip line again. I love that! This time we were also going to be cave tubing - in a crystal cave. I had [...]

2016-04-28T13:38:11+01:0010 July 2013|Adventure and sports, Americas with kids, Belize|

Pictou, birthplace of Nova Scotia

Travelling between the Canadian mainland and Prince Edward Island, you have two options: you can either travel cross the 13-km long construction marvel that is Confederation Bridge, or take the ferry from Caribou in Nova Scotia. We tried both. Luckily for us, we had time [...]

2016-04-28T09:27:37+01:0022 May 2013|Canada, Nova Scotia, Road trips|

Mississippi paddlewheeling – and the War of 1812

Rambling along New Orleans' riverside one day, we come upon the Creole Queen. She is about to sail down the river. Do we want to come along? Now or never... Of course we hop on - and are glad we did. It wouldn't feel right [...]

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