Join us on our next Cultural Immersion Adventure!!! Stay with a local family and enjoy home cooked local meals daily. Learn from local artists (painting, drumming, dancing, basketry and more), spend a day in a local wood shop and learn to make a project with a pro, daily Spanish lesson, play with local kids, beach days, see local attractions, shop where the local shops, … Continue reading Join Us!
I hosted a Cultural Immersion Adventure from February 23-March 9, 2018. I flew out early on the 23. I met my guest in Punta Cana. I doubt I would do this again. In the future, I will go a few days before my clients and pick them up from the airport. We made our way to the hostel we had booked online. When we arrived … Continue reading Cultural Immersion Adventure-Dominican Republic
On March 5 of this year, we will have been in Canada for two years. We have lived in 3 different provinces and had some pretty amazing experiences! I’ve been homesick for a long time. We left behind friends and people that we felt were our family. My boys no longer cry that they want to go home. Every now and then Chesney who is … Continue reading I’m Going Home!
I feel i need to teach my children the importance of giving back to the communities that we live and to those less fortunate than we are. I try to let the kids see me doing this everywhere we go. Giving back to the communities that we are in can be small things such as volunteering for a local organization,, helping a neighbour or buying … Continue reading Teaching Our Children to Give to Those in Need.
We have a set budget of $800 per month no matter where we are located. This is a pretty low budget for most but it works for us. I find that sticking to our budget is no different than setting a budget and sticking to it when you live a conventional life. Our budget is all about choices. Everything we do is a choice. Every … Continue reading Traveling on an Ultra Low Budget