Brazil is the first stop on our around-the-world HoneyTrek! And we are diving in head first …

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Friends, music, picnics, pitstops, car games, scenery, and silliness…there is nothing quiet like a good road trip. And …

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Hangzhou is big city with a permanent vacation vibe. This 6.3 million metropolis has a proper downtown but …

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

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Surviving 12/12/12 mostly unscathed, we led our six fearless friends on a race to see as much as …

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Walking into a 20-million person city is little intimidating but with our good friend and resident Paulista, Marcelo, as …

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South Africa was once described to us as “Africa Light,” but when baboons dart across the roads, sharks …

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Stilt houses teeter over the winding river, boats are propelled by bamboo poles, stepping stones act as bridges, and the …

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Hanoi is an Asia metropolis at its most romantic. With strong Chinese and French colonial influences and plenty …

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

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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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With European-style architecture, top-notch museums, tango salons, Malbec wines, and Argentine beef, Buenos Aires seemed like a good place …

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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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While researching jungle treks into the Amazon, we knew we wanted to get remote, we wanted the experience …

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

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We love Cape Town! As the first European port in Africa dating back to 1682, Cape Town’s historic …

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