The World's Longest Honeymoon and beyond! Lots of couples travel tips!
Tokyo is as lovely and well mannered as you’d expect the Japanese capital to be, but it has
As close as you can get to Tibet without a separate visa, Meili mountain range feels like a
Stilt houses teeter over the winding river, boats are propelled by bamboo poles, stepping stones act as bridges,
When we were planning the HoneyTrek route, Myanmar (formerly Burma) was still under a military dictatorship, saddled with
Before heading to the volcanic stone-town of Arequipa, we thought we’d spend a day hiking the “nearby” Colca
With Machu Picchu as the trump card, Peru is more touristy than any other country we visited in
Argentina’s granola town of El Chaltén is a backpackers’ paradise. Made almost entirely of gear shops, vegetarian restaurants,
Friends, music, picnics, pitstops, car games, scenery, and silliness…there is nothing quiet like a good road trip. And
SNEAK PEEK: NORWAY! Mushing 15-kilometers into the Norwegian tundra with our team of huskies. Hang on!
France is just ridiculously charming. The vine-covered houses, stone walls, chipping paint, corner bakeries, family chateaus, all of
Mike and I aren’t usually for organized travel tours but, with our friend and winemaker Ethan at the
Turkey’s location straddling two continents, surrounded by eight countries and two seas, makes it one the most dynamic
Just 51 miles from Nassau, there is a sliver of land that boldly splits the teal Caribbean and
We’ve been to a dozen Latin countries but none have rhythm and joy quite like the Dominican Republic.
I’ve stayed in some fancy hotels in the past, but I don’t think I’ve ever found one quite
After a night of salsa dancing in Santa Barbara de Samaná, two police officers on a motorcycle asked
Our expedition ship squeezes through the Lemaire Channel, sandwiched between the towering mountains of Booth Island and the
From volcanic Deception Island, eerie Whalers Bay, to the End of the World. Read the Antarctica 7th Continent
From volcanic Deception Island, eerie Whalers Bay, to the End of the World. Read the Antarctica Honeymoon blog
After four days navigating the icebergs and glaciers of the Antarctic Peninsula, we pull into the polar opposite:
The Maasai Mara is hands down one of the most spectacular places on earth. With over 1,600,000 wildebeest,
We experienced Mozambique by train, bus, taxi, pick-up truck, kayak, chapa van, 18-wheeler (sitting in the back with
A run-in with a pair of eles while fishing from a tiny canoe.
Since we only spent a few days in The Mountain Kingdom of Lesotho we weren’t planning on writing
Big, brash, beautiful, booming…Australia is larger than life. It feels like the USA on lots of levels but
Volcanoes, as destructive as they are, sure make things pretty. Geysers, steaming fumaroles, bubbling mud pots, and rainbow
Kiwis are known for their hospitality so we inadvertently tested the theory by hitchhiking, couchsurfing, and asking Wilsons
We looked up at the tallest mountains in New Zealand, guarded by glaciers on all sides, and thought,