We are a young family based in San Diego, California, who love to travel, and share a whirlwind of experiences with our little ones. They join us on adventures in Mexico and beyond. Whether it be for a street food and mercado spree through Tijuana, grabbing fish tacos in the beautiful port city of Ensenada, or exploring the majestic Valle de Guadalupe, we truly enjoy enriching their lives in the arts, cuisine, and cultures that this world has to provide.
It’s that moment when my toes hit the white sand, and my eyes become level with the pristine turquoise waters, that let’s me escape to a different mindset. Welcome to St Maarten.
A staycation at this swanky boutique hotel, with its mid century modern design aesthetic, and cool coastal vibes, could not have been more pleasant.
Castillo de Chapultepec was at the top of the list for this trip, and wow what an experience it was! It is absolutely breathtaking, and definitely one of the most enchanting places that I have visited, so far to this day.
Mexico City's charming La Roma, was the ideal neighborhood for our family adventure.
Prior to traveling to a big city, like Mexico City with the littles, it was about viewing this trip as discovering the world through their eyes.
There’s just something about staycations. Taking the opportunity to explore parts of a city that I have lived in for almost a decade, still gets me excited.
Young talents, a passion for high quality coffee, and perhaps a bit of a sweet tooth has brought together the team behind the project, Azarosa. One of the newest additions to the Baja culinary scene, is this little mobile slice of heaven.
The latest project by Javier Plascencia to hit Mexico's wine country, Valle de Guadalupe is Finca La Divina. A former property that the Chef used as a place for R&R during the developing stages of his well known restaurant, Finca Altozano, is now opening up to the public as a quaint Bed & Breakfast.
Hello Summer! This is the first summer that Giovanni has officially had a "summer break" from school. The anticipation of trying to fill our days up with new adventures, plenty of outdoor play (while trying to avoid crazy heat waves, of course), cold refreshing drinks, and delicious eats is, constantly in the works.
Cuatro Cuatros has been one of those places that we have been day dreaming about. We make day trips down to Valle de Guadalupe at least once a month, but spending the night, and turning it into a getaway doesn't happen nearly as often