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Yauco

Los calles del Yauco eran tan empanada las aceras eran escaleras. The streets of Yauco were so steep, the sidewalks were stairs. I heard Yauco, the southern town, had crazy looking stairs since the city was on such a steep … Continue reading

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Traveling mother

Lisa, who used to write on this blog, recently posted on her own blog her experience in NYC this winter. We went this summer and just now I’m organizing our photos into a book to print.  Looking at Trevor’s photos, … Continue reading

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Restaurante paciencia

My title means ‘Restaurant patience’ because in all the restaurants (except maybe the major chains like Chili’s and Longhorn Steakhouse) service is slooooow. But, you get used to it. And when dining with kids, you learn to come prepared. Or … Continue reading

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Taxi fear, Subway courtesy 

So my family spent 4 nights in New York City in July. We had a blast! We traveled so lightly. Meaning, we didn’t transport at least 12 articles of baggage. We didn’t even take the car seats. We needed to … Continue reading

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Oh please don’t let this have the typical outcome!

So many business that looked like they once we great ended up as decrepit and abandoned around here. In Aguadilla there is an old kids train and what once looked like an awesome area full of activities. Now the huge … Continue reading

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A Day in the Life on a Carribean island – WITH KIDS

I subscribe to this blog. And today I read the post about a day in her tropical life.  It sounds fantastic. I should move to a tropical island so I can blog about lazy days like that. Oh wait…  I … Continue reading

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Slip sliding away (in Salto Curet…)

After reading a couple of websites and getting some personal accounts of the waterfalls named Salto Curet, I felt really confident about taking my family and another dad and his young child there for a day trip. My friend and … Continue reading

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My New Years Resolutions: Sleep

I was so looking forward to our Wisconsin winter vacay. A satisfactory sampling of snow and cold, reuniting with relatives far and wide, and the general magic of the holidays. We’re 14 days into our 19 day stay and my … Continue reading

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3 months aqui

According to Dr. Karp babies have a “4th trimester” after being born. A time when they acclimate to the world. It feels like we’ve just finished our “4th trimester” as a family. This week marks our three month anniversary of … Continue reading

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The truth behind a bold move

Making an international move certainly puts you in ‘adventure’ mode.  Every day can bring a new surprise, a little chuckle for things you don’t understand yet thankfully can find amusing rather than frustrating, and the opportunity to challenge yourself and … Continue reading

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