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

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Jericoacoara was not originally on our Brazil destination list since it was north of our long route south; however, …

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Mike and I are big on traditions and we aren’t going to let them fall to the wayside …

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Penguins dash between the pier pylons, blue-footed boobies dive bomb for fish, sea lions sunbathe on the back of unmanned …

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A hotel by the beach, in the heart of downtown, or at the foot of Table Mountain would all be …

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Something came over us when we arrived to Livingstone, Zambia. I don’t know if it was the roar of falls …

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We heard such mixed reviews on Shanghai that we almost didn’t come here. “It’s just another big city” some people …

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Smoke is billowing from Chimborazo volcano. We pull over to let our jaws hang low as we stare cautiously at …

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As close as you can get to Tibet without a separate visa, Meili mountain range feels like a …

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There is a traffic jam of Cinderella-style carriages outside the Pyin Oo Lwin train station. The trappings of the Victorian …

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A little perspective on Carnaval from high atop Rio de Janiero’s Sugar Loaf Mountain.

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The Amazon is where the HoneyTrek began, nearly four years ago (can you believe it?). It’s where we cast off …

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If you couldn’t already tell from our five weeks of travel through Brazil, we love this place. But …

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Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic doesn’t get nearly enough credit. It’s the oldest city in The Americas (est. 1496) and home …

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Tourism touts like to throw the word “untouched” around, but if that statement was ever true about a …

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Known for Victoria Falls but deserves infamy for so much more, Zambia stole our hearts and kept it …

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