The World's Longest Honeymoon and beyond! Lots of couples travel tips!
An ash-covered thorn taps into my arm, threatening to leave a permanent mark. We’re sitting in the bamboo
How to tie a kimono, arrange an ikebana flower arrangement, write kangi calligraphy…these are skills we never dreamt
We’ll admit, when you see ancient temples nearly every day for nine months you can get a little
Ahhh Laos…a chill, beautiful, affordable, and friendly country. Here, things move at a slower pace and after the
We had no plans of coming to Purmamarca nor had we even heard of this northern Argentinian town,
Before heading to the volcanic stone-town of Arequipa, we thought we’d spend a day hiking the “nearby” Colca
Penguins dash between the pier pylons, blue-footed boobies dive bomb for fish, sea lions sunbathe on the back
When your country is 2,653 miles long, a lot changes from the far north to the deep south.
Mike and I just had the privilege of visiting Switzerland (on our way to an amazing five-day wine
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
We got an email asking, “Have you ever honeymooned in the Nantucket of the Caribbean?” It was this
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic doesn’t get nearly enough credit. It’s the oldest city in The Americas (est. 1496)
Where would we like to revisit, live, or retire? We have very different answers to these commonly asked
We’ve been to a dozen Latin countries but none have rhythm and joy quite like the Dominican Republic.
From volcanic Deception Island, eerie Whalers Bay, to the End of the World. Read the Antarctica Honeymoon blog
Antarctica. Everything about that word seemed untouchable. It is the coldest, driest, windiest, and virtually uninhabited continent, but
We dock in Pleneau Bay, Antaractica, an iceberg graveyard between a ring of mountains, and gear up for
A continent without any countries. A desert covered in frozen water. A population dominated by penguins, seals, and
Spanning a distance of 850km, Route 62 is said to be the longest wine route in the world,
We made it to Africa! As the greatest rewards for our 23-hours of travel, we went straight on
Tourism touts like to throw the word “untouched” around, but if that statement was ever true about a
We love Cape Town! As the first European port in Africa dating back to 1682, Cape Town’s historic
Spotless streets, glamorous storefronts, painted crosswalks, fish and chip shops, and the familiar sounds of the English language…where
We looked up at the tallest mountains in New Zealand, guarded by glaciers on all sides, and thought,
We have refrained from all Crocodile Dundee references in all previous Australia blogs, but now we’ve earned it.
Big, brash, beautiful, booming…Australia is larger than life. It feels like the USA on lots of levels but