International Travel With Young Children?

Without a doubt our two most memorable experiences with our kids were a 4 week car trip through Europe and a three week adventure in Belize.  But traveling with kids is tough. Still, we’ve managed to keep traveling without resorting to, um, resorts. The key to being intrepid with small children is being willing to go […]

International Students Give Travel Advice

Travel Advice from International Students Studying Abroad A group of international students shares their travel advice from adventures around the US.  Every year a group of foreign students comes to Grossmont College to learn English. They enroll in the American Collegiate English (ACE) program to study here in San Diego.  If you’re interested in learning […]

Travel Insurance vs. Expatriate Insurance

There are two main types of insurance for trips overseas; travel insurance and expatriate insurance. Travel Insurance is for short trips, usually less than 6 months, but possibly up to one year.  Expatriate Insurance is for expats who are living temporarily or full time overseas, or who spend at least 180 days a year living […]

Humorous International Travel Tips for the Family

10 International Travel Tips for Families that You Might Actually Read There are lots of tips out there to help you travel with your kids.  These tips here—they’re a little better than the rest. You might even enjoy reading these international travel tips!  And maybe, just maybe, you will try some of them out—especially number […]

Dear Canadians, Please Read This.

Canadians visiting the USA need international insurance, as do others visiting the USA. Read on to discover more in this great article by the CBC of some horror stories of Canadians who came across the border, some only to shop in the USA without international insurance and ended up owing more than an arm and […]

Ecuador Expat Health Insurance

Ecuador Expat Health Insurance Law -here is some important health insurance information for expats moving to Ecuador in order to get your visa. If you’re thinking of moving to Ecuador there is a new law that has gone into effect that requires you to have health insurance to get get a visa. I found this […]

20 Things To Do Before Moving Abroad

20 Practical Things to do Before Moving Abroad Many people have talked about moving abroad, to have an adventure, live, retire or raise their families. Travel is a great way to grow our minds and learn about both other cultures and ourselves. It is a well known fact that travel broadens the mind and the […]

Tips for Traveling with a Bedwetter

Tips for Traveling with a Bedwetter Modified from the tips at the bedwetting store Traveling with children is a wonderful experience as we work to expand our children’s minds and provide them with new experiences.  Traveling with children can also be stressful, especially if one of them is a bedwetter.  If one or more of […]

15 Top Travel Destinations

Peggy Goldman wrote this great blog article of the top 2015 travel destinations. Now 2016 is almost over, did you get a chance to visit any of these? If not, there is still time as the winter holidays approach. Enjoy reading about these great locations as Peggy first reported in her blog on the Huntington […]

How to Survive Mexico’s Day of the Dead Festival

As Halloween approaches here in San Diego we are not strangers to the Day of the Dead or Dia de los Muertos as it’s called in Spanish. There are always many celebrations around our town and in other towns close to Mexico. But if you really want to get a feel for this amazing holiday you […]