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Robyn Robledo

Robyn, along with her husband, Victor, and their five kids sold most of their belongings and moved into an RV back in 2015 in order to prioritize family and connection. Their travels revolve around hiking, skiing, surfing, rock climbing, mountain biking. You can read her book, The Road Less Traveled on nomadswithapurpose.com. She has also written the book, A Playful Life: How To Think, Move, and Eat Your Way To More Fun, to help women get fit and strong to adventure. You can access this book at robynrobledo.com. She has also homeschooled all 5 of her children and teaches parents what it takes to raise capable, strong, & confident kids.She also teaches people of all ages how to rewire their mind for more joy, love, and abundance. Learn more at bethehero.academy

California coast road trips are so much fun!  From surf towns to city life and from sand dunes to dense forests, driving the coastal Highway 101 and Highway 1 is always an adventure.  This 2 week California coast road trip will take you to great surf spots near Ventura and Santa Cruz, beautiful hikes in Mendocino and …

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After spending over a week in Wales, we’ve discovered that Wales might be the best part of the U.K..  Besides the incredibly nice people who live here, Wales is incredibly scenic and is full of endless adventures.  With rolling green hills, huge mountains, and almost 1,000 miles of coastline, Wales is a perfect playground for …

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Hiking Trip from San Diego, All my life, and I thought I knew everything there was to do in America’s Finest City, especially when it came to hiking in San Diego. That is until El Niño’s onslaught of storms kept our oceans polluted with runoff and the surrounding vicinity too wet to do much outside. …

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Pipeline.  Tea’hapoo.  Cloudbreak.  These are just a few world-class breaks that I will never be able to surf.  But just because I’m not a world-class surfer, doesn’t mean I can’t roam the globe looking for really good waves in very beautiful locations.  I love my home breaks in San Diego, but the sense of adventure …

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If you have only 2 weeks for your road trip in the UK, these are the best places we visited and highly recommend.  These off-the-beaten-path towns will give you an opportunity to see frist hand some impressive history and do a few great hikes, some of which require a bit of scrambling to rugged peaks.  This …

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We love rock climbing!  It’s a great family activity that we can all do together, it puts you in some of the most beautiful scenery, and we love how friendly and helpful the community of fellow rock climbers is. While we still love surfing, we can’t all paddle out together (and if we did, we aren’t …

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Our family went on a twenty-five-day surfing trip to Costa Rica.  We explored four different Costa Rican surfing beaches- Pavones, Nosara/Playa Guiones, Playa Negra, and Punta Uva. I’ve broken down each spot based on wave quality, accommodations, and food to help you decide where to go on your next surfing adventure Costa Rica Surfing Beaches #1: Pavones Waves …

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There are so many hikes to do in Norway.  The best way to immerse yourself in the incredible scenery of fjords, snow-capped mountains, and thousand foot waterfalls is via trails.  Norway is one of the best places to hike and takes you to some amazing campgrounds.  Take your time to enjoy the beautiful drives along …

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When I originally planned all the places we would visit during our travels, Yosemite was never even on my radar.  Even though it is one of the closest national parks to San Diego, I had no interest in visiting Tuolumne Meadows or Yosemite Valley.  Why would I want to go there, especially the week of …

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