Want to know a secret? After coming home from one-year around the world in 2010, I applied for jobs at retail stores. My blog wasn’t making any money yet and I completely ran out of cash. I was about to walk … Read the rest
It has been a long and crazy process. I made my first call to the consulate in June 2011 to make the appointment to become recognized as an Italian citizen. Since then it has been a struggle getting paperwork, waiting … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
At the beginning of June, Stephanie and I traveled to Chicago to participate in BlogHouse Chicago. This is the fourth BlogHouse Navigate Media Group has put on, and the third one I’ve been able to participate in. BlogHouse is an … Read the rest
Listen up guys: I love hostels, couch-surfing, house-sitting and all the other budget sleep accommodations out there. I’ve even slept in a few airports in my day. As I get older and demand slightly more of my accommodation than just … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
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 … Read the rest
Not many people seem to know that there’s a town called Tequila in Mexico. It’s where the actual drink of tequila originated from and is home to many of the most popular tequila brands including Jose Cuervo and Suaza. Tequila is about an hour away from Guadalajara with a population of around 26,000.
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.
As a travel blogger who writes of the twenty-something audience, I get this question from readers on a fairly regular basis. It’s a tough one to answer because I am not actually in the habit of dictating other people’s lives. … Read the rest