When I first booked this trip last fall, I was hesitant about bringing our kids with us to Mexico. However, I’m so glad that I did. We spent quality time together as a family and created memories that will last a lifetime. Plus, it was the perfect escape from the negative 30-degree weather we were experiencing in Fairbanks, Alaska. If you’re planning on traveling to Cabo with kids (or even without), you’re in the right place. Read on for tips on where to stay, what to do, and more!
I didn’t move to Korea by choice. In fact, when my husband first got military orders that would send us and our newborn to Korea, I was so upset that I cried. I thought about uprooting our lives in Las Vegas to spend the next year in a strange and foreign Asian country.
“I don’t even like Korean food! I’m going to starve,” I remember telling him in my typical overdramatic fashion. However, the more I began to research our impending move, the more open-minded I became. People generally seemed to like it over there. Maybe it wouldn’t be so bad.
Despite the fact that I have lived all over the United States, I was not prepared for the culture shock that is Korea. A shock because that year ended up being the best year of my life.
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Nestled in the Interior of Alaska, Fairbanks is a tight-knit community of 32,000. While not what most people typically imagine when they think of Alaska, Fairbanks boasts breathtaking scenery, wild animals, and untouched nature. It has also been my home for the past year and a half. In that time, I’ve gotten to know and explore the area and people. I’ve compiled a list of some things to do in Fairbanks, Alaska that are family and budget friendly. Planning a trip to Alaska soon? Add some of these to your itinerary!