Airports are smart. They know you have to be there for hours on end and you will get thirsty, hungry and bored. They want you to indulge them for their $25 cheeseburgers and $15 magazines. Well, not this girl. Even when I budget to have plenty for the airport, it just sort of angers me that if I really need water, I have to pay $5 for a bottle that would only cost $.50 at a store. So, here are a few tricks I’ve learned to save some $.
Baja California was as beautiful as I thought it would be. I was attracted this area because it wasn’t just a typical beach destination. There was more to it. There were mountains, desert views, interesting rock formations, turquoise waters, and of course Mexican water (aka tequila). I’m not normally a lay-on-the-beach all day type of girl, so I wanted something more than just a beach. I certainly got more with Baja California.
One year over, and another year has begun! I still enjoy blogging, and from the feedback I’ve gotten, people are still enjoying reading. I’m hopeful my posts will continue to be helpful to you throughout 2017 as well. I have some great travel plans coming up, and I can’t wait to share stories, tricks-of-the-trade and any travel snafus that will happen. I don’t believe I’m an expert on anything, but I do love sharing what I do know.
If you’re reading this today (December 19), then I’m currently in Mexico! As the year is coming to an end, I was reflecting on where we went this year, and what’s coming up next year. This year was a very fun and adventurous year for us. Since I “always have a trip planned” and my address is “out-of-town” it’s easy to go from one trip to the next quickly. Instead of doing that, I’m going to be thankful for all the wonderful traveling we did in 2016!
Do you want to keep making the same mistakes over and over? Do you like to read advice, and then do the opposite? Do you like to learn the hard way…. again and again? If so, this article is for you. Because apparently, I love to do that. I’ve discovered I’m really good about writing about how to avoid mistakes. Actually not making them, though? Not good at that.