Find out why SoCal guroo Michelle McCoy and her family travels.
Travel has shaped me; I have learned that there is no substitute for learning life lessons other than in the world itself.
Family Vacations don’t always go as planned; but for the most part, these special changes to our schedule become the most memorable part of our vacation.
The first time we traveled with my youngest son to Mexico, we found ourselves on a fairly isolated beach on the far tip of the Yucatan Peninsula. Other beachgoers comprised …
Why we travel is the hope that years later, our children will fondly remember the seeds of love and adventure sown in those wild woods of wonder.
The search for wildlife and winding trails created a desire for searching for more of the awe-inspiring wonder created on this earth.
My son was diagnosed with autism about five years ago. The doctor who delivered the news expected my husband and I to give into our emotions and fall apart. Instead, we booked a trip. Then we booked another and another and another.
My name is Tina Buell and I’m almost 40. I’m a single mom and my 5-year-old son is autistic. I live in a modest house, drive a modest car, and have never been married. Even though I’m very happy, my life didn’t turn out the way I thought it would.
Lobsters, a deep well, and a very large centipede: such were the fishing-camping trips of my childhood to deserted islands in Malaysia
Read why Lesli Peterson, Southern Guroo, and her family choose travel.