The World's Longest Honeymoon and beyond!
We know a “road trip through Mexico” sounds a bit dicey, and that’s partly why we did it.
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
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic doesn’t get nearly enough credit. It’s the oldest city in The Americas (est. 1496)
Visiting Valparaíso, Chile was a great reminder to never put too much faith in a guide book. Lonely
With Machu Picchu as the trump card, Peru is more touristy than any other country we visited in
Out of all the countries we visited in South America (Brazil, Argentina, Uruguay, Chile, Bolivia & Peru), Bolivia
You cannot say the word “Peru” without someone immediately following it with a comment about Machu Picchu. This
Our expedition ship squeezes through the Lemaire Channel, sandwiched between the towering mountains of Booth Island and the
After four days navigating the icebergs and glaciers of the Antarctic Peninsula, we pull into the polar opposite:
We had amazing penguin encounters throughout our whole Antarctica expedition, but this was by far the most up
We dock in Pleneau Bay, Antaractica, an iceberg graveyard between a ring of mountains, and gear up for
A run-in with a pair of eles while fishing from a tiny canoe.
Seeing lions, leopard, rhino and is always a huge thrill but the Samburu region of Kenya is about
If we had to pick one tip for would-be travelers looking to set out and explore the world,
Not only is Lake Malawi one of the most crystal clear and exotic lakes in the world, it
The Yangtze is the third longest river in the world, stretching 6,400km across China, so we knew we
Only accessible by boat, Railay beach has the feel of a far-flung Thai island…but instead of ocean, dramatic
An ash-covered thorn taps into my arm, threatening to leave a permanent mark. We’re sitting in the bamboo
When people ask us, “If you could live in any city in the world, where would it be?”
France is just ridiculously charming. The vine-covered houses, stone walls, chipping paint, corner bakeries, family chateaus, all of
Turkey’s location straddling two continents, surrounded by eight countries and two seas, makes it one the most dynamic
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
Why come to Australia? If we had to choose one reason, we’d say The Outback. Sure, this country
Imagine arriving to the shore of a glacial lake, surrounded by yellow poplar trees and snow-capped mountains and
We have refrained from all Crocodile Dundee references in all previous Australia blogs, but now we’ve earned it.
The phone rings…”Annie, the grapes are ready to pick! If you and Mike want to catch the harvest,