I was an illegal alien in Mexico.
I was bitten by the travel bug 40 years ago while vacationing in Puerto Vallarta, Mexico for two weeks. At the end of those two weeks, I went home, sold my car, packed my bags, and went back for six months. I was not done learning about the culture and wanted to know more.
I’ve been traveling ever since.
When I got married, I told my husband that I was not going to wait until I retired to travel. Too much life gets in the way and people miss out on the chance. I want to squeeze as much out of life as I possibly can!
International travel lets you discover new and interesting places and cultures. Travel can strengthen your relationships with friends and family, not to mention the new, life-long friendships that you make. I am grateful God has blessed me with good health, which provides me with the ability to pursue my dreams of exploring this fantastic world of ours.
"Live your retirement dreams today"