Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Tennessee, Virginia, and DC

Hey guys, so far the trip has been excellent.  We’ve been to so many places, experienced so many new things, and have managed to make it all the way to our final destination in the DC area.  A few things you’ve probably noticed if you’ve been keeping up with our […]

Why Traveling With the Family Can Be the Most Magical Part of the Winter Season

(Read my full story on the You Must Be Trippin’ blog) Road trips for us are all about what happens in between our start and end points. We grew up making long distance treks with our families, and now love sharing our passion for discovering news places with our son […]

Meet and Greet Daddy Yankee & Enter For a Chance to Win The Ultimate Quinceañera

What quinceañera wouldn’t want Daddy Yankee performing at her big Quince?  Even better, what parents of a quinceañera wouldn’t want all of the expenses of this costly rite of passage celebration covered by someone other than themselves?!  ¡Así sí tiramos la casa por la ventana! Well, apparently that’s exactly what […]

On The Road Again: Mini Road Trip This Time Around

We’re hitting the road again!  This time for a mini road trip – very mini if you consider our last road trip from Texas to New York City and back.  Or the dozens of trips by car we used to make every summer as kids in my family, again from […]

Who’s The Más Bello? People En Español Wants You To Choose

From dozens of hopefuls, People En Español has now narrowed it down to five bellos for us to choose from.  Three Latinas and two Latinos from across the states – sadly none from Texas this year – are the finalists hoping to captivate you with their inner and outer beauty, […]

Road Trip Rules From Los Metiches & Happy Travels

Before we left, Anjelica was in a whirlwind making lists and checking them twice, stocking up our house with bottles of water and other assorted drinks, dusting off our luggage from months of not having been used, and doing all sorts of other things that I didn’t really understand.  I, […]

We’re Taking Juan of Words On The Road – ROAD TRIP!

It’s official!  This time next week we’ll be on the road, si Dios quiere, taking our first real vacation in years… probably the first one period, to be completely honest.  You see if it wasn’t work, it was lack of resources, or something equally hampering to our vacation plans in […]

The Harvest / La Cosecha: U.S. Child Migrant Farm Workers

There are some things you just can’t deny, and one’s own personal history is definitely at the top of that list.  A few days ago I received an invitation to review marketing materials for a new documentary that will soon be coming to a theater near you, and like a […]