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Beautiful Belize but beware of the beach

Beautiful Belize but beware of the beach

“If you came to Belize in search of sparkling blue waters, delicious fresh seafood, fauna-rich forests and affordable prices, look no further than Sarteneja” said The Lonely Planet. Hence why we are here. This beautiful little fishing village on the northern tip of Belize is undoubtedly […]

Blissful Bacalar

Blissful Bacalar

I have never been what you would call a nature girl and camping has always been quite firmly out of the question but when I saw Hunab Ku campsite online, I knew I had to wake up to this view every morning and the prospect […]

Hello Mexico!

Hello Mexico!

So we have arrived in the land of fajitas and margaritas (eeeee!) Hello Mexico! We decided to bypass Cancun and Playa del Carmen in the hope of finding somewhere a little less touristy down the coast so we ended up in Tulum, a thirteenth century Mayan […]

Austin Powers – I’m not gonna lie, it grabbed me

Austin Powers – I’m not gonna lie, it grabbed me

Sorry about the title but it just had to happen. Before arriving in Austin, state capital of Texas, I had no expectations or preconceived ideas, which is usually the best way and as soon as I arrived I felt good vibes from all directions. On […]

Lulu & Luke go Lunar

Lulu & Luke go Lunar

Houston is not only home  to NASA but more importantly, its home to Clem & Max, our lovely friends who we are so happy to see.  First thing’s first, we went to Cavender’s, a legendary Texan cowboy boot retailer. If you’re an animal activist this is […]

Hola Nola

Hola Nola

We have arrived in the much talked about New Orleans, Louisiana. Nicknamed ‘The Big Easy’ or shortened to ‘Nola’. New Orleans is known for its round the clock live music and eclectic characters and it sure does have a ton of both.  Video – New Orleans […]

60 Years A Slave

60 Years A Slave

Oak Alley is a historic sugar plantation located on the west bank of the Mississippi river. It was owned by the Jacques and Celina Roman and between the years of 1836 and 1861, when the civil war broke out, this plantation was home to 220 […]

Ol Man River

Ol Man River

So it turns out we have been tornado dodging. Last night we arrived in a place called Hattiesburg which has been badly affected by the recent storm. As we drove through the suburbs we saw hotels with no roofs and smashed windows. There we were […]

There’s something about Ray

There’s something about Ray

We are on our way to Apalachicola, a beach town perched on Apalachicola bay, an inlet of the Gulf of Mexico. Road trips can get a little boring at times if there is nothing fun to see on the way so it was a nice […]

River, Forrest & Savannah

River, Forrest & Savannah

Savannah is home to the bench where Forrest Gump famously said “my momma always said life is like a box of chocolates … ya never know what your gonna get”.  I never really understood that saying. Did chocolate boxes not used to have menus?  Unfortunately […]