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Ik-Kil Cenote – A Mystical Underground Cavern in Mexico

Cenote is “a deep sinkhole in limestone with a pool at the bottom that is found especially in Yucatán.” The collapse of the limestone creates a natural pit that exposes underground water. Yucatán, Mexico has the largest number of cenotes. You can also find them in a few other locations such as Cuba, Australia and Thailand.  […]

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A Rainbow of Colors in Stockholm

One of the great joys of traveling with children is how it can stimulate their God-given creativity. In all the different places we visit, our daughter Paige comes up with some of the most creative scenes and stories. It’s so much fun to see those wheels move when she has a neat idea that pops […]

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Stockholm Metro Art and the Development of the Travel Bug Signature Pose

One of my favorite pastimes is people watching at a metro station to learn about the culture and rhythms of a city. The metro in Stockholm, however, is an exception. After all, who can focus on people when you are in the world’s longest art exhibition? The Stockholm metro art is displayed in over 90 […]

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10 Incredible Places to see in Bergen

Bergen, how do you manage to set the record for highest rainfall while maintaining your small town charm? I guess the two are not mutually exclusive. In this post, the travel bugs will highlight our favorite attractions that will help you create fun memories. 10 Incredible Places to see in Bergen 1. Bryggen Bryggen is […]

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A Perfect Winter Day in Oslo

Oslo, I’ve misjudged you. Although many reviews rated you as an orderly, yet expensive city (aka boring), I am pleasantly surprised by your charms. As your friendly travel bugs, we have consolidated a list for your travel ease. If you are looking to visit Oslo, check out this guide for 10 Ways to Make your […]

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10 Magnificent Sights in Yosemite National Park

Welcome to our Scenic Wonder Series. We are kicking off this series with one of the most majestic natural attractions in the world: Yosemite National Park. Being the over-ambitious travel bugs that we are, of course we want to see it all. However, with approximately 1,200 square miles to cover, planning a visit to Yosemite […]

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10 Tips to Freeze Vacation Meltdowns

Let’s be honest, most of us would not describe traveling with young children as a walk in the park.  It certainly has its challenges, especially when you are traveling with infants or stroller in tow.  However, with a little bit of planning and a few know-hows, one can turn potential meltdowns into fun adventures. We […]

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Wittenberg: A Sugar-Free Halloween

October 31st, the last day of October. For many, it is a day to dress in costumes, decorate your homes with all things spooky, distribute candies, or go “trick-or-treating”. Although it is now widely considered a pagan observance day with Celtic influence, many years ago, Halloween was a Christian holiday known as Allhallowtide. Allhallowtide observes […]

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A Paigeylicious Adventure in Amsterdam

One of the many perks of traveling with our daughter is the excitement and joy we get to experience with her as she explores new surroundings. During our summer adventure this year, Paige started writing on her travel journal.  It is so much fun to see her perspective of what is going on.  One thing […]

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Experiencing God’s Grace in our 4 Days in Los Cabos

Disclaimer: This trip is very different from the other trip reports that we will be writing because of a spiritual moment experienced. To our family and friends of various faith or our family and friends who are not affiliated with any faith group, thank you for visiting and supporting our blog. We understand that our […]

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