North America

I’m Sounders ’til I Die

I grew up loving soccer. I remember having a Boca Juniors and Maradona poster in my room as a kid. My family would gather around during big tournaments and shout at the TV. I had a collection of trophy’s at home from playing all throughout elementary school. I didn’t play …

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We’re Moving to Seattle!

On August 11th we’re flying to Seattle! Read more about it here. It’s an exciting new adventure for the both of us as it will be the longest contract and home we’ve been in since we’ve met. We’re by no means going to stop traveling but it’s going to be so …

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Guachimontones Pyramids

About 45 minutes from the second largest city in Mexico are the Guachimontones Pyramids and appear to not be getting much attention at all. In 2008 the archaeological site was put on the World Monuments Watch list of 100 Most Endangered Sites due to heavy looting in the area. It’s been several years …

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Festivities in Tequila

We check into our hotel and as we go outside to explore the city to grab a bite a eat, the city welcomes us with a festival. These are the kind of events that makes traveling so great. They are spontaneous, unexplained, random, and fun. I wasn’t able to get …

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Road Trip in Mexico

We’ve partnered up with carrentals.co.uk to take on an awesome road trip through Mexico. We’re picking up our vehicle in Puerto Vallarta and driving up to the small town of Tequila for two nights then continuing our trip to Guadalajara for another 3 nights or more. We have a pretty open schedule and just making stops along the way to whatever looks interesting during the drive.

Day of the Dead in Mexico

In Mexico the dead are celebrated. So from October 31th till November 2nd, Mexico celebrates by praying and gathering to remember those that have died.

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