Travel The World, Without Leaving Your Home

Our travel-themed coloring books will take you on a round-the-world journey, without ever stepping foot on an airplane. Based on real scenes collected during 10 years of travel, our coloring books contain crisp, black-and-white line drawings of cityscapes, street scenes, and details from around the world.

Grab your favorite pencil crayons, and let your imagination and creativity take you away, visiting Mexico, Lithuania, Paris, Argentina, and more during every coloring session. Or stock up before your next trip…our adult coloring books are the perfect activity for your next flight!

We Also Blog About Our Adventures & Make Travel Videos

We’ve been traveling since we met as expats in Taiwan in 2005, and hit the road permanently in 2013, giving up our house, car, and most of our posessions along with our secure corporate jobs and incomes.

Follow along on our blog and social media for a glimpse at what it’s like to live as modern-day nomads without a permanent home. We share the ups, downs, intrigues and disappointments of our life and business as travel bloggers and nomadic coloring book creators.More About Us

Visiting the Pueblo Magico of Tapijulapa, Tobasco State

A man in a crisp white golf shirt is standing in the intersection, loudly thwacking the outside of our colectivo taxi with a rolled-up newspaper, presumably trying to make a sale. Our driver ignores him, focusing instead on hacking up — if the sound is anything...

Why We Quit Our Jobs to Travel

Back in the Fall of 2008, the idea of quitting our jobs to travel was just starting to simmer. We had a house in the suburbs, an SUV with a sunroof, and good jobs that paid the bills and left us money to spare. We were also overweight, consuming too much beer and...

Say Hello to Our Mexico Coloring Book!

“So…” I begin, all hesitations melting away when we see our friends again. “Do you guys want to make a Mexico coloring book with us?” We’re walking up Oaxaca’s Alcala, the pedestrian walking street in the historic centre, in a group of 10 or so other travel bloggers...

8 Top Things to Do in Campeche Mexico

Mexico has been on fire for us lately, visiting great spot, after great spot. We fell in love with Valladolid, and enjoyed the bright and sunny colors of Izamal, too. And while we’ve already talked about how friendly people from Campeche state are, we’re...

Are Campechanos the Most Welcoming People in Mexico?

This was supposed to be a different story, one that I’d begun to tell in my mind before it even started. It was a story of early morning sun, of Pelicans, and maybe a dolphin or croc or two. It was a story of a birthday trip down the Rio Palizada to a tiny but magical...

Thirty-Five

As this post goes live, we’ll be boarding a boat in Ciudad del Carmen, a shrimp-town-turned-oil-city on the Gulf coast of Mexico, and traveling down the Palizada River to a synonymous town of 3,000 people, and only Pueblo Magico in Mexico’s Campeche state, to take...

10 Ways We’ve Become A Little More Mexican On the Inside

This week is our 6-month Mexiversary, marking half-a-year of explorations through a country that has surprised us both at every turn. After 6 months in Mexico and hundreds of kilometres under our feet, we’re feeling a bit reflective, and are as surprised as...

Is this the Most Colourful Place in the Yucatan? (Video)

  What happens when you add two parts Wandertooth (that would be us, Geoff & Katie), with one-part cute and colourful Mexican city? You get an awesome, wanderlust-inspiring video, of course! During our three-days in Valladolid, Geoff and I geeked out a little...

8 Nom Noms to Taste in Valladolid Mexico

  After spending 4 months in Oaxaca before coming over to Mexico’s Yucatan peninsula, we’ve come to appreciate Mexican food is nothing, if not diverse. I arrived in Valladolid Mexico, a small, colonial city about 2 hours in either direction from...

Say Hola To The Insanely Colorful Gem That Is Valladolid Mexico

  Dusk falls as we stroll from our Airbnb rental in the San Juan district into centro, fresh-faced after a week at the beach and excited to explore Valladolid Mexico, a small city near the eastern border of Yucatan state. As we walk along Calle 42 to the central...