Hey there! Welcome to The Caffeinated Introvert! My name is Lina and I am so glad you are here!
Do you find yourself dreaming about your next family vacation?
Do you love the feeling of getting away from the day to day grind and experiencing new things?
I totally get it. I am a busy mom of two little boys and wife to my best friend. Between that and working full-time as a nurse, you can say life can get pretty hectic.
I love spending time with my family and making memories. Like you, I am dreaming about my next family vacation.
For more than 10 years we have been seeking out adventures, both near and far. There is nothing quite like the feeling you get when visiting new places, exploring the great outdoors, trying different foods, and experiencing new cultures.
I want to share this passion with you and I hope to inspire and help you plan your next family adventure through my travel tips and advice.
The big question I get asked all the time: Why travel with the kids? That is not a vacation!
To us, there is no other way. I believe that travel is one of the most educational experiences a child can have and I love traveling with my kids and seeing the world through their eyes.
Not only does family travel offer the chance to create incredible shared life long memories and bonding, I wholeheartedly believe travel offers our kids life-changing experiences that will broaden their minds and shape them into environmentally aware, culturally sensitive, and engaged adults.
I started The Caffeinated Introvert to document the trips that our family has taken and to share our experiences with others planning similar vacations.
Hopefully reading about some of the travel experiences that we have had with our kids will inspire you to make some plans and head out to explore the world with your kids.
Here are some of our favorite vacations:
- Soaking in the sights and heat at Badlands National Park
- Chasing geysers and wildlife at Yellowstone National Park
- Getting up close and personal with the mighty falls at Niagara Falls (both US and Canada side)
- Immersing ourselves and learning the history of Old Montreal
- Stepping inside the most intact walled city in Old Quebec City
- Magical moments with Mickey Mouse at Disney World
- Island hopping in the Bahamas
- Road tripping in France and Switzerland
There’s a whole world out there just waiting to be explored and I believe that parents can travel with their kids just about anywhere.
With a little bit of planning, you too can have the ultimate family vacation you have been dreaming of.
Questions or comments?
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