Okay, so you've been bitten by the travel bug and you want to get out there, but you aren't sure where or how to start. There are many different ways to go about this, but with kids you might want to think about doing a test run before a long trip. What do I mean … Continue reading Family Travel – How to START!
Why is travel so important to me? Maybe it's my gemini nature, needing to experience new things and follow the wind as it blows. Maybe it's that first National Geographic I picked up as a child, and said out loud how the photographers in it had the coolest job ever. Maybe it's coming from deep … Continue reading Why I love travel
I was born and raised in New Hampshire, and it's still our home base. The state itself is beautiful pretty much everywhere, but there's something special about the White Mountains. The week after our Iceland trip, the cabin fever hit us hard at home. On the first clear, warm day, we packed a back pack … Continue reading The Basin, New Hampshire – Family Travel
What does a Wandermom and her family do between travel, to help soothe the urge to move about? In order to not get annoyed with the day-to-day, I like to plan day trips nearby to get out into nature or check out an area we haven't before. We're lucky to live in a beautiful state … Continue reading Between Travels
Þingvellir. By day 7 we were exhausted. We had done so much! Waterfalls, geysers, the lagoon, the beach, the ridge, the auroras- the list goes on! We wanted to do more, but we didn't want to drive far or be out late. It was our last full day in Iceland. We settled on climbing Miðfell, a … Continue reading Iceland – Family Travel – Day 7
Reykjavik. We needed to do laundry, and our cabin didn't come with that option. We could have made it the last three days without, but we may not have smelled as nicely as we wanted. Ladies who live with boys, you know. My dad read about a place called the Laundromat Cafe in Reykjavik, and we … Continue reading Iceland – Family Travel – Day 6
Glaciers. Glaciers are another popular stop in Iceland. My dad had been talking about going, but was back and forth about booking the tour. Mainly, because my son was too young to attend and someone would have to stay at the cabin with him. I told them to have a fun guys day, and I … Continue reading Iceland – Family Travel – Day 5