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LiLing Pang is Co-founder and CEO of Trekaroo . She is a mom to two boys and a girl and recently traveled through Central America. Together with her husband, Brennan Pang, they hatched the idea of Trekaroo one summer day along the California coast while searching for the best kid-friendly tide pool near La Jolla with their curious 2 and a half year old.
Bermuda - Harrington South

Where is Bermuda? And things to do on the island.

Where is Bermuda? Most people who haven’t visited this island before immediately picture Bermuda’s iconic blue and white sand beaches and assume it is in the Caribbean. Surprise! Bermuda is closer to North Carolina. It’s 600 miles east smack dab in the Atlantic Ocean, less than 2 hours direct flight from Boston, New York, Philadelphia,...
Quito Ecuador Travel - Things to Do with Kids

Quito, Ecuador Travel: Best Things to Do with Kids

All travel to Ecuador begins and ends in Quito, Ecuador. This capital city sits at an elevation of 9,350’, nestled in the towering Andean Mountains. On one side, Volcano Guagua Pichincha rises high above the city and on the other, Panecillo and Ichimbia. Enveloped in the long narrow crease between these mountains is a city...

Pirate Adventures for Kids

Got a pirate-lover in your family? Well then hoist yer sails, matey, and climb aboard this super-fun roundup of pirate-themed adventures across North America. Pirate-Themed Adventures Near You Not sure where you want to go? Explore Pirate Adventures Across the United States. Find Pirate Adventures and Activities in Southern California | Pirate Family Adventures in Northern...

Mashpi Lodge: luxury meets adventure in Ecuador’s cloud forest

I watched her sky blue rain poncho ascending up and up. With her short legs, my little girl tackled each stair with a fearless determination as we ascended high into the canopy of the Choco-Andean cloud forest. Emerging above the trees 85 feet in the air, the sheer vastness of green surrounding Mashpi Lodge made...

Know-before-you-go Tips for Visiting a Christmas Tree Farm

A visit to a Christmas Tree farm is one of our family’s most treasured holiday traditions. Rain or shine, we’re there the weekend after Thanksgiving picking out our tree. The chilly air, filled with the smell of fresh pine and the sound of happy children running from tree to tree saying “Ooooh! What about this tree?”...

Where To Take Your Train Enthusiast Kid

I remember when my eldest was two and grandpa bought him a train table. He spent hours and hours building tracks and going around the table in circles. His favorite train was James (from Thomas and Friends). For all of you moms and dads who have a little one who is a budding train enthusiast,...

Places To Visit For Your Princess Obsessed Child

Photo Courtesy of BigStock/Stargirl Much to the chagrin of one of my best friends, her sweet little 3-year-old girl has turned out to be princess obsessed. For the past two weeks, I haven’t seen our little friend in anything but Cinderella’s dress. I mean she even wanted to wear her princess outfit to soccer camp....

Cherry Farms: Tips and Tricks for Visiting with Young Kids

Photo by: Bigstock/famveldman If there were ever a fruit worthy of a special trip to the farm, I’d say it’s “Cherries.” Okay…I confess. I do have an obsession with picking my own cherries. Since the first time I had the pleasure of picking these wonderfully sweet and juicy little things, I’ve declared it a yearly...

5 Tips For Taking Stunning Family Vacation Photos

Whenever I stand back and watch my kids having fun, I feel the strongest desire to capture their laughter or that furrowed brow in a little glass jar. Unfortunately, our kids are growing up quickly and I find myself forgetting what they were like just one year ago. Thank God for cameras! Looking at older...
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