Looking for an escape that has the city amenities but the seclusion of the country? Look no further!

During this epidemic, we were looking for an opportunity to get outside while remaining socially distant. The state parks are only open for day use, and you definitely need reservations in advance. We decided to stay at a small RV park in Bastrop, Texas as so many state parks are in driving distance. We headedContinue reading “Looking for an escape that has the city amenities but the seclusion of the country? Look no further!”

10 tips for visiting Havana, Cuba, from toilets to taxis!

1. The city is a maze, and there are no standard addresses! Throughout Havana, there are five majors neighborhoods Centra Habana, Habana del Este, La Habana Vieja, Miramar, and Vedado. Although the city is easy to walk around and not very big, you can easily get lost if you are expecting to see clear addresses.Continue reading “10 tips for visiting Havana, Cuba, from toilets to taxis!”

Extra time near Sequoia National Park?

I don’t love cats, but I loved Cat Haven! On our summer trip to Sequoia National Park, we had a little extra time one morning, and we wanted to check out Cat Haven. We only knew about it from passing the signage on the way into Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, but we haveContinue reading “Extra time near Sequoia National Park?”