Tag: family travel

Ferry to Denmark

Road Trip to Stockholm

Mom and I attended our first European TBEX (travel blogger convention) in Spain last year and immediately afterwards bought our tickets for this year’s in Stockholm, Sweden. A year passed in a snap and before we knew it, TBEX was two weeks away. Then a week!!! And we hadn’t planned […]

croatia

Croatia Photo Essay

We visited Croatia so many years ago on our family’s crazy four year adventure around the world. I think it was actually the SHORTEST stay in any country of that trip but that had nothing to do with our lack or interest. We stopped for a night in […]

Cote d’Ivoire Photo Essay

During our four-year journey around the world, we backpacked as a family down the West Coast of Africa. From Liberia, we crossed a slow-flowing river in a dugout canoe into Cote d’Ivoire AKA Ivory Coast. We spent four days travelling via local transport along the coast to reach […]

PENTAHOTELS and an Announcement

I have an exciting new announcement to make at the end of this article but before I do, I want to give a special shout out thank you to Pentahotels for making my birthday extra special two weeks ago. As you all know, The Road Less Travelled (#TRLT) Twitter […]

Happy Hatchday Echo

I want to say a belated happy birthday to our precious owl, Echo, who shares the same hatch/birthday as me.     She turned ONE on June 14th!   Mom has done an amazing job with her, slowly training her to fly to her for love without the tethers. For […]

Great Wall of China ,China

China Photo Essay

China. Wow. What can I say other than, it changed my life. Forever! And not just because I grew my boobs there. This is a country that prior to our grand world escapade, meant little more to me than the cliché of “digging a hole in your backyard to […]

Cameroon freeway

Cameroon Photo Essay

What an experience! Cameroon ranks so highly as one of the most adventurous countries I’ve visited. We ventured through Nigeria headed south into Cameroon where we INSTANTLY hit a battle field of mud. We were so fortunate to have joined forces earlier on the road with other travellers. […]

Ankor Wat

Cambodia Photo Essay

Cambodia is a small country in Southeast Asia. I haven’t been there yet but certainly have it on my list of places to see. Ammon went years ago on one of his early adventures and loved it, he couldn’t stop saying how amazing Angkor Wat was. Mom took […]

CHINESE BOOK

A couple months ago Volume 1 in the Sihpromatum series, “I Grew My Boobs in China” was released to the Chinese market in CHINESE! I have been working with a company called Fiberead for the past year to have my first book translated into Chinese, so it was […]

Bikes hitching a ride, Burundi

Burundi Photo Essay

We entered Burundi via an overland border after crossing Tanzania, East to West from Dar Es Salaam. What a journey! Burundi was surprisingly green and mountainous and we loved staying on the lake beach. It was the first and only country where I’ve ever seen bicycles transporting large loads of […]

Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque is one of the most

Brunei Photo Essay

It’s completely irrelevant because only people who know “Bill Nye will get this, but every time I hear Brunei I hear, “Brunei The Science Guy.” This tiny, little Asian country, on the island of Borneo and completely surrounded by the Malaysian State of Sarawak. Brunei is one I […]

Bulgaria Photo Essay

We were in Bulgaria for just over two weeks and spent most of our time in the capital city, Sofia and relaxing on the beach in Varna. We met many locals and travellers. Strolled the streets of Varna eating ice-cream and soaking up the sun rays. We saw […]

Belize Photo Essay

After some consideration, I decided that this is a family story so I will be including a photo essay of EVERY country that the family has visited which totals a whopping 140 countries! I will indicate the countries which I have not personally visited with ** at the […]

BOSNIA AND HERZEGOVINA Photo Essay

Standing on the historic Ottoman bridge which crosses over the River Miljacka united me with a historic event I would never forget. Now, for some this may ring no bells at all, but “Latin Bridge” is an extremely historic site. It was here that the assassination of Austria’s […]

There’s No Place Like Home

Terrible weather forced us to abort our skiing mission and drive home to Vancouver early on Friday. We had a wonderful sushi dinner with family and friends at our favorite, Yuko Maki. I’ll never forget the way my #1 fan, Melanee from Black Bond Books (the most amazing […]