U.S. Virgin Islands

Family Travel – A Tale of Lost Luggage pt. 2

To catch the beginning of our travel tale, click here. We set off for the baggage claim, which involved waiting for 15 minutes (yep, more waiting) for a bus to take us there. The kids were exhausted, we were exhausted and we tried not to think about what we had ahead of us…..at least 3 […]

Family Travel: A tale of lost luggage

My family travel travel style ranges from totally laid back to completely uptight and there is absolutely no in between. I’m either easy breezy, assuming everything is going to work out with our transportation and I check everything and simply bring a purse on the plane; or I’m type A, making lists, running through every […]

3 Day trips on St. John

St. John, USVI is an unspoiled island located in the Caribbean ocean. On our family vacation there this summer, we discovered that not only is St. John beautiful and very family friendly, there are numerous activities to partake in. Although spending all day every day on the beach was tempting, we wanted to make an […]

Riviera Maya vs. USVI

When looking for a family friendly designation, most families want somewhere warm. Although winter activities are fun, the amount of gear and accoutrements a family has to bring on a winter vacation is, at the very least, overwhelming. A summer trip means less clothes and easier living! We try to take a week long family […]

Jeep tours on St. John

A fantastic way to see the island of St. John is to rent a Jeep for the day and cruise around at your own pace. Which is exactly what we did with the whole family on our trip. Originally we planned to rent through the resort because it seemed easiest, but we soon found out […]

Sailing in St. John

We went on a Catamaran trip last summer when we were in Nicaragua and had a total blast so when the opportunity to go sailing in St. John, USVI popped up, we jumped on it. The trip was billed as a “Sunset Cruise” and sold through the Caneel Bay Resort. The boat left from the Caneel Bay Resort […]