On Day 5 of our road trip, the Salt Lick restaurant in Driftwood, Texas, near Austin was the first stop in what would end up being a 500-mile day of delicious Texas-style cooking, long drives to West Texas and even a potential alien encounter in the dessert near Marfa.
Following a unplanned middle of the night drive from New Orleans to Austin, the PapiBlogger Family used its fourth full day of the 40-day family road trip to rest its wheels. Well, sort of.
El tercer día del viaje familiar lo dedicamos a explorar más acerca de los sabores regionales de Nueva Orleans como capital culinaria de los Estados Unidos, su histórico Barrio Francés, y la catástrofe causada por el huracán Katrina.
The second day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip took us on a nearly 11 hour, 590 mile long drive from St. Augustine to New Orleans. Although driving through the whole of Florida, as we […] Read More >>
This story recaps the first day of the PapiBlogger Family Road Trip that took us from Miami to Kennedy Space Center and St. Augustine.
Highlights from Saturday's major PapiBlogger Family Road Trip send off with Ronald McDonald's at the McDonald's in South Miami.
In preparation for that trip into a far and unknown land, the organizing pastor told us that the most important thing we should do to mentally gear up for it was to remember the unofficial motto of the United States Marines: Improvise, Adapt, Overcome.
When I think about my real "Papi" this Father's Day, there are numerous legacies he's left me but two that in particular have served me well.
This Brazilian Poopy Dancer ought to be on Dancing with the Stars!
My phobia for roaches helped me develop a parenting trick a couple years ago that can be very useful for those of you who have kids that are unsteady with their food or drinks in the house. In other words, this trick is for parents whose children ALWAYS spill food or drinks.