There are very few glaciers in the entire world that are still expanding (thank you, global warming), but Argentina’s …

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Phnom Penh Crossroads

On December 6, 2013 By

The pace and intensity that we travel even boggles us sometimes. We average about 2-3 days in each …

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Traversing Bolivia

On July 1, 2012 By

Out of all the countries we visited in South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia & Peru), Bolivia …

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Bolivia is the poorest country in South America, but what it doesn’t have in GDP it makes up …

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Explosive Potosi

On July 16, 2012 By

Perched at 13,343 feet above sea level, Potosí, Bolivia is one of the highest cities in the world. …

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It’s three o’clock in the morning in Mawlamyine, Myanmar and we are looking for a place to sleep. …

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Volcanoes, as destructive as they are, sure make things pretty. Geysers, steaming fumaroles, bubbling mud pots, and rainbow …

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In African travel, Kenya has just about everything—savannah, jungles, mountains, beaches, wildlife, tribal people, colonial charm, and enough …

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Sometimes the biggest snafus turn out to be the best experiences and our botched road trip from Chiang …

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Cruising the Yangtze

On March 7, 2013 By

The Yangtze is the third longest river in the world, stretching 6,400km across China, so we knew we …

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