The Riviera Maya, which is south of Cancun is where we spent our honeymoon, or at least the first week of our honeymoon! We spent our time at Xpu-Ha Palace Resorts which is an ecological park. This was a wonderful secluded all-inclusive resort with a nice beach, several swimming pools, snorkeling, kayaking, bikes to ride,
Why travel elsewhere when you can find amazing adventures in your own backyard – Keystone, Colorado. It’s not often that we travel up to the Rocky Mountains for the weekend. Since we are so close the mountains, it’s usually a day trip. Up in the morning for a day of skiing, then down that evening.
Our 1 day trip to Tanger, Morocco was an eye-opening experience, as the cultures were vastly different from Spain and where we had just been 30 minutes ago. The old historic city had small walkways where we explored the local market exchange and enjoyed the traditional mint tea! Mint tea in Morocco is something to
Our quick weekend trip to Oregon for Memorial Day was just what we were looking for. We explored the Oregon Coast (Cannon Beach, Lincoln City & Depoe Bay) saw many seals and crashing surf against the rocks. We stopped in Tillamook to meet Kimberly’s friends Lisa and Adam and visit the Tillamook Cheese Factory to
What an incredible journey! Our first week was spent in Malaga and Torremolinos serving a team from Liverpool, England who was on a family mission’s trip. The team was diverse in age and background with a goal to bring awareness of the purpose of missions, the day to day life as a missionary and to
Kimberly sharing with the girl’s at the Crisis Pregnancy Center – The Mirembe House Visit with Pius & family. Pius is the boy we sponsor. Jay-Tracy, named after Jay, after her father met Jay in 2002 Jay with his Prayer Partner, Dickson, of 6 years Jay speaking with kids about Christ living within their hearts