We love to travel as often and to as many places as possible. So we like to book trips for as cheap as possible without sacrificing too much comfort. After all, the less we spend, the more trips we can take. BUT we usually can only take one week off at a time (sometime aContinue reading “Our Top 5 Travel Destinations on a Time and Money Budget”
2017 was an incredible year of travel for us! We hope to keep the momentum going in 2018. Happy New Year and happy travels!
The world is more accessible than some people think, and traveling through its great lands helps us to see that we are all one big tribe with the same hopes and fears. The idea of world travel is exciting–it can be scary and costly too. BUT it doesn’t have to be. Here’s how we hadContinue reading “Got a friend? Go to Nicaragua for $1k each”
We ended our Nicaraguan adventure in Granada–a busy town with a colonial feel, great restaurants and close volcanoes. We even got to see flowing lava at the Masaya Volcano. Super cool!
When we arrived at Finca Montania Sagrada, we were greeted by about 5 lovely little chihuahuas, two bigger dogs and a few cats. We were hungry after the somewhat long journey from San Juan del Sur, so after we checked in, we headed down the hill to get some lunch. We stopped at Margarita’s restaurant,Continue reading “We stayed at an amazing finca on Ometepe, Nicaragua”
Our stay at the finca (farm) on Isla de Ometepe has been an absolutely phenomenal experience. The nearly 3-hour car-boat-4×4 trek was well worth it. Here’s how we got there from San Juan del Sur.
Not much of a Valentine’s Day celebrator, but when your new friends from Nicaragua, Italy, Germany, California and Austin welcome you to Ometepe with love, dance and drink .. and maybe even a flower or two, you celebrate. Much love ❤️ Finca Montania Sagrada Isla de Ometepe, Nicaragua February 14, 2017
We are having a wonderful stay in San Juan del Sur. It’s nice just to relax and do nothing for a few days before heading to Isla de Ometepe for a bit more adventure. The town of San Juan del Sur itself can be summed up as “little Canada.” It’s a backpackers’ destination complete withContinue reading “Chillin’ in Little Canada”