The World's Longest Honeymoon and beyond! Lots of couples travel tips!
As the capital city of the Earth’s most populous country and one of its oldest cultures, Beijing is
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Japan!!! A place near and dear to our hearts for so many reasons. My parents lived here in
Only accessible by boat, Railay beach has the feel of a far-flung Thai island…but instead of ocean, dramatic
Before heading to the volcanic stone-town of Arequipa, we thought we’d spend a day hiking the “nearby” Colca
While researching amazon jungle treks, we knew we wanted to get remote, we wanted the experience to be
The first stop on our around-the-world journey has landed us in Manaus, Brazil, the heart of the Amazon.
Some people think Carnaval is just a debaucherous four-day party in Rio de Janiero but the rest of
SNEAK PEEK: NORWAY! Mushing 15-kilometers into the Norwegian tundra with our team of huskies. Hang on!
Mike and I aren’t usually for organized travel tours but, with our friend and winemaker Ethan at the
So…we are sort of obsessed with campervans. It’s true, we often fantasize about buying our own 2-berth camper
Turkey’s location straddling two continents, surrounded by eight countries and two seas, makes it one the most dynamic
Niagara Falls is said to be the Honeymoon Capital of the World so it seemed only fitting that
We know a “road trip through Mexico” sounds a bit dicey, and that’s partly why we did it.
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic doesn’t get nearly enough credit. It’s the oldest city in The Americas (est. 1496)
Where would we like to revisit, live, or retire? We have very different answers to these commonly asked
After four days navigating the icebergs and glaciers of the Antarctic Peninsula, we pull into the polar opposite:
We dock in Pleneau Bay, Antaractica, an iceberg graveyard between a ring of mountains, and gear up for
A continent without any countries. A desert covered in frozen water. A population dominated by penguins, seals, and
Our expedition ship squeezes through the Lemaire Channel, sandwiched between the towering mountains of Booth Island and the
Spanning 300-square miles and three eco-systems, Kenya’s Aberdare National Park has so much to offer that we stayed
Most first time safari-goers head for the famous Maasai Mara or Serengeti but for those in the know,
The Maasai Mara is hands down one of the most spectacular places on earth. With over 1,600,000 wildebeest,
At the tip of the continent, the rugged coast of South Africa called for a road trip. The
Ten million years older than the Amazon, Daintree is the most ancient rainforest in the world. And if
The phone rings…”Annie, the grapes are ready to pick! If you and Mike want to catch the harvest,
Spotless streets, glamorous storefronts, painted crosswalks, fish and chip shops, and the familiar sounds of the English language…where
Volcanoes, as destructive as they are, sure make things pretty. Geysers, steaming fumaroles, bubbling mud pots, and rainbow