Tag: Nomad

Europe Travel, History

Forbidden Love at Père Lachaise Cemetery

Have you heard the tragic story of Heloise and Abelard? The remains interred at Père Lachaise Cemetery number in the millions, but there are some tombs, like those of Heloise and Abelard, that deserve more than a passing glance. The cemetery, located in the heart of Paris, France is famous for the grave of […]

Mexico, Travel Tips

Going to Mexico for a Month, Want to Come?

Since we’re already going to be in FL this summer, I thought why not check out some of the Mayan ruins in Mexico? Want to come? We found some great deals, let me tell you how.. But first, why Mexico? I was inspired by This American Girl’s post about Tulum, […]

Europe Travel, Malta

Malta’s Neolithic Underground

Let me tell you all about Malt’a’s secret neolithic underground. It’s been a while be since my last update. The last few months have gone by in a flash. The new school year started in early August (I teach 9th grade world history as many of you know), I got married on the day […]

Europe Travel, Greece

Why it’s Time to go Back to Greece

Every time I look at the photo above I long to visit Greece again. It’s not just the awe-inspiring scenery, amazing food, or ancient history. It’s the way of life. Slow, calm, relaxed, and beautiful. Yes, Greece is going through some tough economic times right now, but that shouldn’t stop anyone from […]