Congratulations to Passports and Pamplemousse – the winner of Travel Photo Roulette #62. We received some truly breathtaking entries, but this one from Mt. Riga, Switzerland was something special.
Travel Photo Roulette Round #62 is live! Stop by to see travel bloggers’ awe-inspiring photos of mountains or submit your own entry.
Check out the most recent You Are Not So Smart podcast to learn how to spend your money to maximize happiness. One of the main points: spend your money on experiences (like travel), not material things.
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It’s no secret that the “good old days” of airline travel are long gone. Luckily, there are still some carriers doing it right. We lay out some of the reasons Asiana Airlines rocks!
Check out our recent interview on the "Living the Dream" blog where we answered questions submitted by other readers. You can hear more about our favorite travel destinations, upcoming plans, and off-the-beaten path recommendations! New Yorkers Erik Fantasia and Heather Curtis set off on the trip of a lifetime in April, 2010, blogging about their […]
Today, we fly out for Bangkok, Thailand! Flight leaves at 5:30pm and just 48 hours and two overnight flights later, we arrive in Bangkok. We have many blog posts to catch up on, but we just wanted to let you know the latest! The second leg of our adventure starts today! Stay tuned…
It’s definitely a challenge to still feel like a woman while backpacking through Central & South America. When we were preparing for our trip in April of 2010, Erik tried to convince me not to bring a few “girly” items that he considered “non-essentials.” But, he’s a guy. Guys are low-maintenance. Girls need just a […]
When we set out on this trip 10 months ago, I had never stayed in a hostel before. I must admit I had some rather serious concerns about hostels, but I really didn’t know what they actually are and how they operate. Erik had stayed in hostels several times while travelling Europe and Asia and […]