2017 has been a relatively low key travel year for us. Yet, we managed to explore a different part of our beautiful planet almost every month! We are very blessed to be able to travel and never take our opportunities and priviledges for granted. Here’s a recap of all the destinations we navigated to in 2017.
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Bermuda is an island in the North Atlantic Ocean, approximately 700 miles off the coast of North Carolina. Bermuda is the oldest self governing British overseas territory with some beautiful beaches! If you do a google search of best beaches of Bermuda, you are sure to see Horseshoe Bay pop up more than a few times and
2016 was one of our most low key travel years. In fact, we didn’t even travel for a good 4 months of the year (which is unusual for us)! Yet, somehow, we managed to go to a plethora of places. We are truly blessed and never take our travel adventures for granted. Here’s a recap of all the destinations we
Travel is glamorous only in retrospect. – Paul Theroux As world travelers, we are often treated as though our lives are ultra glamorous and that it must be a party every time we are on the go. After all, if you have the “luxury” to travel, then even your bad day isn’t really