Climbers’ Christmas

On September 26, 2013 By

Only accessible by boat, Railay beach has the feel of a far-flung Thai island…but instead of ocean, dramatic …

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South Africa was once described to us as “Africa Light,” but when baboons dart across the roads, sharks …

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The Many Faces of Tokyo

On July 13, 2013 By

Tokyo is as lovely and well mannered as you’d expect the Japanese capital to be, but it has …

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The Jewel of the Pacific

On June 2, 2012 By

Visiting Valparaíso, Chile was a great reminder to never put too much faith in a guide book. Lonely …

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Hitchhiking Cambodia

On November 21, 2013 By

As the saying goes, it’s about the journey not the destination, and this could not be more true …

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Stilt houses teeter over the winding river, boats are propelled by bamboo poles, stepping stones act as bridges, …

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A Taste of Tibet: Diqing, China

On February 19, 2013 By

Tibet is world famous for its culture of Buddhism and holy mountains but its neighbor Diqing is a …

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Our Amazon Jungle Trek: Part 2

On February 13, 2012 By

After fishing for piranha, making shelter out of palm leaves, having a run-in with a tarantula during Continue Reading

With well over 20,000 thousand stairs behind us, and 65 kilometers of full-pack hiking on our Nepal resumé, …

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City Living: Buenos Aires

On April 17, 2012 By

With European-style architecture, top-notch museums, tango salons, Malbec wines, and Argentine beef, Buenos Aires seemed like a good …

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