Colorado is known for its beautiful Rocky Mountains and skiing resorts, but there’s a lot more to this state than that! If you’re looking for a fun and scenic road trip, Colorado is the place to go. With plenty of options for routes, you can create your own adventure tailored to your interests.
Right now, increasing numbers of us are deciding to book a getaway. This is understandable. Not only is a break from day to day life always something to look forward to, but over the past couple of years, many of us have been unable to get away at all. As Covid-19 spread around the world, […]
Going on vacations helps you relax your mind because you may be working hard daily, whether at home or that dream job and taking a break is perfectly okay. The big question is; what’s a vacation without having a way of holding the travel memories you’ve made?A sense of fulfillment gets obtained from traveling that […]
One reason that we – as in people in general – love to travel is because it gives us a closer look at different cultures and lifestyles, something we simply don’t get through our media. But it’s also important to respect those cultures. Here are some tips on traveling with respect.
Getting the chance to visit a place with hotter weather than where you live is such a fun and exciting experience, as the glorious summer sun can make for the perfect vacation backdrop. Sunshine brings with it a whole host of benefits and unique advantages, most of which you’ll be able to recognize as differences compared to cooler or even cold weather where you live!
In this video, we bike the Stanley Park seawall trail, tour downtown a bit, enjoy tasty vegan food, and then cross the border back into the U.S. This ends our 2018 trip to Alaska. We’d love to hear what you thought of this series! Stanley Park Seawall Bike Trail If you have bikes, the Stanley […]
In this video, we go sightseeing in Vancouver. We check out Granville Island, the Dr. Sun Yat-Sen Classical Chinese Garden, public murals and, of course, we eat some vegan food. As always. Burnaby Cariboo RV Park So, Burnaby Cariboo RV Park is a pretty, older RV park. It was clearly designed at a time when […]
As we head further into the Kenai Peninsula, our next stop is the little fishing town of Hope, Alaska. Camping in Hope Pro-top: don’t arrive in Hope, Alaska on the weekend during the fishing season without a campground reservation if you want to stay right in town. They were all full when we arrived on […]
Can you believe we took the RV through this 2 1/2 mile one-way tunnel to Whittier, Alaska? It was crazy and looked like we wouldn’t fit as we approached. Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel The Anton Anderson Memorial Tunnel to Whittier is the longest highway tunnel in North America. Built initially for rail, cars and trains […]
After we left Girdwood, we stopped at the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center as we made our way into the Kenai Peninsula. Mixed Feelings Initially, we were going to wait in the parking lot at the center. It seemed a little zoo-like for us. Especially the hoopla around the animal feedings. But you had to pay […]