Our Vietnam Travel Video shows off our favorite parts of our two stays in Hanoi. Visiting famous landmarks, sampling Anthony Bourdain’s food recs, and a couple of day trips out to Halong Bay and the Perfume Pagoda.
I just finished listening to the third installment of the Commute audiobook series by Joshua Guyou. The entire series is outstanding and worth a listen.
The Orange County Model Engineers in Costa Mesa, CA have been giving FREE rides to train enthusiasts young and old for almost 30 years.
When traveling, you’ll eventually have a bad experience. One of our first was an uncomfortable run-in with a group of pickpockets in Madrid Spain.
The “it” place to be in Southern California this March has to got be the Walker Canyon poppy fields near Lake Elsinore. The last time our state had this much rain the canyon’s hills were alive with color. Fingers crossed super bloom 2019 will put our last one to shame.
Let’s face it, flying with a lap child is miserable. Thankfully a little preparation can help dull the pain.
Right in the heart of San Bernardino lies a forgotten piece of American history. The site of the Original McDonald’s.
March Field Air Museum is home to many of our country’s most iconic military planes. In addition to the aircraft, the March Field Air Museum is full of interactive models and documentary videos that make it a great place to take the kids to learn about our past.
We stumbled across Amy’s Farm on our search for petting zoo alternatives. Our daughter Kairi loves animals, and we decided to check it out after a friend’s glowing recommendation.
Although our time in Laos was affected by the flu we caught before our visit; we still managed to have a good time in Vientiane. If I had to choose between Vientiane, Bangkok or Hanoi, I’d pick Vientiane every time. We felt welcomed in Laos. From the minute we landed, the Laotians were friendly and helpful.
We drove down to San Diego for a day of fun and relaxation. In addition to a full day of eating, we headed south to visit the Wonderspaces San Diego popup exhibit located inside B Street Pier.
I wasn’t able to listen to as many books as I usually do for May. You may notice that the LitRPG genre has got its claws in me right now. So it’s a safe bet that I will be added more LitRPG style books to my library in the coming months.