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17 September 2019|

Mexico is a large country divided into a few dozen states. Cancun and Playa del Carmen are located in Quintana-Roo. We decided not to limit ourselves to this region, so we planned a trip to the northern areas of the peninsula and explore the Yucatan state territory. After all, that’s where you can find one of the largest ancient Mayan [...]

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Tulum and Playa del Carmen. Part 2

12 September 2019|

Tulum Tulum is one of the most prominent archaeological sites in Mexico. Despite its relatively humble size (it’s significantly smaller than the Mayan Chichen Itza site), the settlement is unique in many ways, since it’s practically the only settlement built [...]

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Tulum and Playa del Carmen. Part 1

8 September 2019|

Cancun’s environs are famous for their unparalleled nature and the number of historical sites related to, first and foremost, the mysterious Maya civilization. We’d dreamt of seeing these ancient Indian sites with our own eyes, so the instant we settled [...]

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Cancun. Part 3

4 September 2019|

Island of Women (Isla Mujeres) Island of Women (Isla Mujeres) is located 13 km east of Cancun. It’s small — 7 km long and about 650 m wide — and very beautiful. It takes about half an hour to reach [...]

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Cancun. Part 2

31 August 2019|

Public Transport You can move around the city by bus or taxi. By the way, Uber is available here, but it has certain limitations. Several years ago, you were able to go to any part of Cancun using Uber. But [...]

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Cancun. Part 1

27 August 2019|

When autumn came to Madrid, and we could no longer go for evening walks without wearing sweaters, we decided to hit the road again and move to a warmer place, as our boys were not used to such chilly weather [...]

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Madrid. Part 4

18 August 2019|

Las Ventas Arena Walking in the centre, you can’t help noticing a majestic red-brick building constructed in the Neo-Mudéjar style. It’s the Las Ventas bullring erected in the early 20th century when corridas were particularly popular. Bullfights are held from [...]

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Hello there! We’re Michael & Helen, and our twin boys Michael Jr. & Robert. We love travels. We’ve been on the go our entire lives, and it’s our choice not to have a single place to call home. Instead, we travel every month to a new city, exploring the world, the cultures, the cuisines. Every month we decide upon our next destination and head for a new place that will be our home for this period.

Our travels changed us a lot and now we love how our kids too evolve during our journeys. Life on the move unites us: we learn to adapt to new situations and rely on each other more and more.

We would love to share stories of our travels around the globe, and we hope that you’ll be inspired to explore the world on your own together with your family. Our stories will show you how fun it is, no matter how small the kids are. So, take the trip together with us via this blog!

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