World Wonder Iguazu Falls

On April 13, 2012 By

Before we started planning our around-the-world honeymoon, we had barely heard of Iguazu Falls. When we found out …

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When it came time to go through our “You Know You’re In…” file for China, it was …

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City Living: Santiago

On June 1, 2012 By

With over 55% of the Chile’s population living within the city limits, Santiago is the capital and cultural …

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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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Sadly, the history of African safari has ugly roots in game hunting and exploitation of native land but …

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Offbeat Safaris: Meru

On November 27, 2012 By

Most first time safari-goers head for the famous Maasai Mara or Serengeti but for those in the know, …

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It’s hard to imagine amidst the crumbling coral walls and dirt streets that the mile-long Ilha de Mozambique was the …

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We experienced Mozambique by train, bus, taxi, pick-up truck, kayak, chapa van, 18-wheeler (sitting in the back with …

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Hue: A Colorful Town

On January 19, 2014 By

Said to be the intellectual, cultural, and spiritual heart of Vietnam, Hue is full of palaces, pagodas, tombs, …

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Konichiwa Hokkaido!

On May 2, 2013 By


Japan!!! A place near and dear to our hearts for so many reasons. My parents lived here …

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