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Besides creating great content, our team travels and blogs about it, incentivizing our clients and visitors to get out of the mundane and experience new worlds.

How I Quit My Job, Moved to Another Country, Ignored the Fear of Regret, and Became Completely Happy 1 Year Later

How I Quit My Job, Moved to Another Country, Ignored the Fear of Regret, and Became Completely Happy 1 Year Later

August 17, 2017

One year ago, I quit my job in the newspaper industry and moved away from Arkansas. People reacted as though the slight chance of regret should be enough to deter me from taking the risk of becoming completely happy.

Road Trip to Chichén by Way of Cobá, Day 2 — Bring. Your. Cash.

Road Trip to Chichén by Way of Cobá, Day 2 — Bring. Your. Cash.

July 7, 2017

Before you take off on your road trip to Chichén Itzá, take my advice: bring your cash — and plenty of it. No one takes credit cards, and you could run out of gas as the minuscule number of gas stations on the way is zero.

Road Trip to Chichén by Way of Cobá, Day 1 — Time is Money

Road Trip to Chichén by Way of Cobá, Day 1 — Time is Money

July 6, 2017

Try to save on your road trip to Chichén Itzá by way of Cobá and the Zací cenote, but it’s still gonna cost you. If not in cash, in time it takes to cut corners.

Who is behind this site?

Cardinal Go! This project is led by J.L. Bribiesca, bilingual content marketing specialist and travel aficionado. Also an Emmy Award-winning documentarian, he recently produced “Home Is Where I Am,” a film about his final two weeks in the USA, during which he captured breathtaking sights and interviewed fascinating people between Arkansas and the Pacific Northwest. Live this unforgettable American road trip and learn more about the story behind Cardinal Go! by watching the film, and please read about more travels and other musings on the blog.

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