The Gili Islands and Lombok Island were devastated by the two earthquakes that struck in August of 2018. This is what they look like now.
It can be a rare experience to have the opportunity to chase your ancestors and family history in the town in which your family came from. I had this once in a lifeime chance in the summer of 2017 when I travelled to Pomarico, Italy to meet my long lost famiglia and bridge the gap between our long lost family.
Science shows that the accumulation of rich experience, leads to a richer life. So why not travel? Why 39% of Americans are taking travel into their own hands and making for a happier life through the pursuit of travel.
When busing through Peru, Mancora is your first stop from Ecuador, but the town is struggling with two apparent problems: mass tourism and unresolved crime. Our advice on how to stay safe while traveling through Mancora, Peru.
The equation of couple travel can really go one of two ways: couple + travel = happiness OR couple + travel = stress and disaster. You may have a solid relationship back home, live comfortably among one another, spend leisure time in each other’s company, but as soon as you’re a week in on the road everything becomes a little shakier and more difficult.
In 2018, we were fortunate enough to visit 7 countries around Asia and North America. That excitement led to more than 8,000 new photos. It is impossible to ever have "favorites", but nonetheless, here are 18 top shots of 2018. Featuring Laos, Indonesia, Myanmar, Hong Kong, Vietnam, and Singapore
In 2017, we were fortunate enough to visit 13 countries, spanning 3 continents. That excitement led to more than 16,000 new photos. It is impossible to ever have "favorites", but nonetheless, here are 17 top shots of 2017. Featuring Myanmar, Vietnam, Malaysia, Thailand, Greece, Italy, New Zealand, Cambodia, Hong Kong, France, & England.
Tom and I stood facing one another, hand in hand, enjoying the buzz of the moment. Clean and polished, a small part of us reveled in disbelief that our destination wedding and the miles we’d put in to get here were real. We had cared for one another over the previous year, enduring horrendous smells and conditions no one wishes to witness in their spouse. We’d been held up at gunpoint in Peru, endured eight visits and one root canal from a foreign dentist, vomited from moving buses, and worked demanding jobs on four different continents just to keep traveling, but the rush from the good times was enough. Traveling was enough. Having one another was enough.