Pixar’s Coco Press Junket Highlights Mexico’s Family Traditions

  It is quite a privilege to be invited to a press junket, so I was delighted to partake in Disney’s latest for the Pixar ‘s Coco events.  The PixarCoco presentations were spread over two days. The first day we attended the Walt Disney Studios in Burbank. The following day we were invited to a… Read More

Our Ocean View Cabin Aboard Carnival Imagination

The Carnival Imagination is one of Carnival’s many Fantasy class cruise ships, capable of holding over two thousand passengers in over a thousand cabins. The ship was built in Finland, sent out on the first of July in 1995. This ship takes passengers on short, three to four day long cruises from Long Beach California… Read More

Handling Dolphin Encounters for Kids with Autism

      People often ask us whether it is appropriate for their kids with autism to participate in a dolphin encounter. As with any activity, the level of the individual’s functioning is always a consideration, along with age and personal interest level. As a family, we have done multiple encounters in such places as… Read More

Riviera Maya’s Best Aquatic Adventure Parks for Kids With Autism

    Mexico’s sprawling Riviera Maya is home to many beach resorts and parks. As new venues are added, it can be difficult for families with autism to know which ones may be the best options to visit. After a decade of vacationing in the beach towns of Cancún and the nearby Cozumel,  our top… Read More

Exploring Mexico’s Chichen Itza with Kids

; Chichen Itza, the pre-Columbian Mayan city in Mexico’s  Yucatan Peninsula, is a famous archaeological site and tourist destination. Parents wishing to introduce their kids to history, archaeology, or ancient architecture should put this gem on their travel bucket list. Chichen Itza’s  history This UNESCO site situated in the eastern portion of Yucatán state of Mexico… Read More

Visiting Cabo San Lucas’ El Arco With Autistic Kids

 Cabo San Lucas is one of the best destinations when cruising the Mexican Rivera., made famous back in the 1980’s by the popular  Love Boat TV series. For first time families traveling with kids that aren’t strong swimmers and can’t snorkel, a glass bottom boat tour to the iconic El Arco’s (Land’s End ) where the Sea of… Read More

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