Everyone knows about Lake Titicaca, even if just for its socially awkward name, but what puts this massive high-altitude …

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

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

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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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Picture your most elegant image of Japan–-a woman in a floral kimono walking under the shade of her …

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Why come to Australia? If we had to choose one reason, we’d say The Outback. Sure, this country …

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Oh Vietnam. Exotic, picturesque, delicious…you have so much to offer–but boy are you a tough cookie! Our non-stop …

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How to tie a kimono, arrange an ikebana flower arrangement, write kangi calligraphy…these are skills we never dreamt …

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

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Argentina’s granola town of El Chaltén is a backpackers’ paradise. Made almost entirely of gear shops, vegetarian restaurants, …

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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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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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A tricked-out Jeepney blaring Bon Jovi pulls up to the stoplight. The driver, wearing a stone-washed jean jacket …

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We entered Tanzania in quite possibly the most difficult, unorthodox, and (in Continue Reading

After one wild night in the beach city of Fortaleza (we partook in a carnaval practice party and …

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We have refrained from all Crocodile Dundee references in all previous Australia blogs, but now we’ve earned it. …

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