The World's Longest Honeymoon and beyond! Lots of couples travel tips!
Japan may seem compact but when you add in the 160 islands of Okinawa it seems to stretch
Japan!!! A place near and dear to our hearts for so many reasons. My parents lived here in
Our love-hate relationship with Vietnam began the moment we crossed into the Mekong Delta. It’s gorgeous, it’s exotic,
We generally try not to speed-tour a town, but when faced with a three-hour bus layover in one
Before heading to the volcanic stone-town of Arequipa, we thought we’d spend a day hiking the “nearby” Colca
In our three-week journey down the coast of Brazil we encountered some of the most beautiful beaches I’ve
Out of all the countries we visited in South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia & Peru), Bolivia
A little perspective on Carnaval from high atop Rio de Janiero’s Sugar Loaf Mountain.
So…we are sort of obsessed with campervans. It’s true, we often fantasize about buying our own 2-berth camper
When you think of Portugal do you imagine the fairy tale castles of Lisbon? Vineyards tumbling down the
Mike and I aren’t usually for organized travel tours but, with our friend and winemaker Ethan at the
Mike and I just had the privilege of visiting Switzerland (on our way to an amazing five-day wine
Niagara Falls is said to be the Honeymoon Capital of the World so it seemed only fitting that
A lush peninsula on the northeast coast of the Dominican Republic, awash with mountains, jungles, beaches and islands,
Virginia Beach has a special spot in my heart. Even though I grew up 3,000 miles away from
We know a “road trip through Mexico” sounds a bit dicey, and that’s partly why we did it.
Antarctica. Everything about that word seemed untouchable. It is the coldest, driest, windiest, and virtually uninhabited continent, but
After four days navigating the icebergs and glaciers of the Antarctic Peninsula, we pull into the polar opposite:
From volcanic Deception Island, eerie Whalers Bay, to the End of the World. Read the Antarctica 7th Continent
A continent without any countries. A desert covered in frozen water. A population dominated by penguins, seals, and
A wise elder teaches a young rhino the ways of the horn.
We experienced Mozambique by train, bus, taxi, pick-up truck, kayak, chapa van, 18-wheeler (sitting in the back with
Spanning 300-square miles and three eco-systems, Kenya’s Aberdare National Park has so much to offer that we stayed
Our South African road trip was originally schemed as a trip from Cape Town to Wine Country, Garden
We have refrained from all Crocodile Dundee references in all previous Australia blogs, but now we’ve earned it.
We looked up at the tallest mountains in New Zealand, guarded by glaciers on all sides, and thought,
Big, brash, beautiful, booming…Australia is larger than life. It feels like the USA on lots of levels but
Imagine arriving to the shore of a glacial lake, surrounded by yellow poplar trees and snow-capped mountains and