No Kids, Will Travel
A treasure of the Virgin Islands was created millions of years ago with heat and pressure when magma pushed its way up through the Earth’s crust and just didn’t make it all the way to the surface. Instead, the molten rock cooled, creating massive granite blocks. A millenia of erosion shifted away the softer rocks […]
If it had ever been suggested to me that I’d be spending the day walking around the harbor in Annapolis, Maryland in my bare feet on a damp fall day in the beginning of October I’d think you were crazy. Well, you’re not. I was in my bare feet and loving it. The 45th United […]
We’ve all heard the anchors and reporters on the news saying “starting this weekend airports are clamping down on passengers from West Africa” or “major changes to air travel in the U.S. to combat Ebola.” Statements like these conjure images of draconian methods being employed to anyone traveling by air, causing chaos at every airport […]
We’re back from our tropical getaway and sorting through our notes for the next few blog posts. I promised to let you know about our affordable accommodations on Virgin Gorda a couple of weeks ago, so here it is: our stay at Guavaberry Spring Bay . Note – All prices are in USD because, despite being part of the […]
Here at No Kids, Will Travel, we attempt to bring you the best information and creative narratives we can about travel, so we do a lot of first-person tooting of our own horn. Here’s our attempt to share the wealth in terms of travel perspectives. The goal of this post is to simply highlight some of the […]
We all have that song that takes us back to a place and time the moment we hear it.
The city of Baltimore’s harbor area wasn’t always the tourist mecca it is now, but today it’s considered a model for redevelopment of post-industrial waterfronts.