I always feel like Kansas City is underrated. The city has a lot of unique sites that travelers will love. I’ve driven across the U.S. multiple times, and each time I’ve always made sure to set aside a little time to explore Kansas City.Read More
For my second visit to Iceland, I opted for something quite different than the first visit. Where a year previous I had headed to Iceland by myself for a solo-road trip that took me up to the Western Fjords, this trip would be similar in length but a shared road trip with four friends.Read More
Sitting on the terrace of the Cameron Valley Tea House, looking out over the plantations below, I sip on an overpriced cup of tea. At RM9 (US$2.20) for a small pot, it’s hardly outrageous – but it’s certainly much more than it should cost in Malaysia.Read More
“If you were to go and knock on that door,” one of the officials tells me, “the King might answer. That’s his study.”
I assume he is joking about the King answering, but not about where the door leads. That’s how close I am.Read More
Bologna is one of my favourite cities in Italy. Its maze of picturesque streets, with their historic arcades, pastel-coloured houses, imposing churches and quaint shops, are a joy to stroll through. On one of my trips there, I was treated to stunning views of the city as the plane made its final approach into Bologna Airport.Read More
Langkawi is an archipelago consisting of 99 islands situated in northern Malaysia near the border with Thailand.Read More
The Greek Islands are not just stunning beaches and sunsets. Scuba Diving on Zakynthos Island is a thrilling underwater experience to have in Greece.Read More
We are traveling around the USA to discover the REAL America.
To not only see the main tourist sites but to unplug the hidden secrets and ask you guys, our readers, to share your local tips and help shape our journey.Read More
There’s so many fabulous destinations for families in Europe alone. Although we haven’t travelled to Tyrol as a family, I have fond memories from a solo trip many years back.Read More
The number one thing we wanted to do on our African adventure was to go on a safari with our kids.
It’s been on my bucket list for a long time and it was time to make it happen. I couldn’t wait to see animals in the wild and my older kids felt the same wayRead More
Is it possible to travel Cuba on a budget? Learn how much it cost me to backpack through Cuba — along with my favorite travel tips, things to do, and more.Read More
It’s my home state, my background, my culture. Like so many people from Texas, the state’s identity flows through me like the free-flowing Dr Pepper that you find in every fast food chain. My Texas blood is as thick as the fancy ketchup from Whataburger.Read More
A single city street full of life, culture, art (and food!), Brick Lane is *the* place to be in London - it's a symbol and site of true diversity and what makes London so specialRead More
The best part of following the open road and where it leads you is making space for serendipity. For meeting people who make your trip richer and more memorable. From people who are passionate about their work to people who are actively preserving history in a way that’s natural and organic.Read More
Without a doubt over the past two years New Zealand has quickly become one of those “it”destinations. Shots of its incredible hikes, natural wonders and epic landscapes galore plaster our news feeds and apps 24/7.Read More
A pigeon shat on my head while I was in Salta. I was just walking down the street, minding my own business, when suddenly – splat! It was my first solo trip and of all the things that could have gone wrong this weekend, cancelled flights/missed buses/hostel robberies etc., this was really the only causality. Maybe solo traveling wasn’t so bad after all.Read More
Jerusalem is one of the world’s most fascinating cities… and it also happens to be an amazing place to eat.
In this Jerusalem food tour post, I’ll give all the details about a few of the ultimate culinary gems to get a taste of this incredible city.Read More
There's no time like the past. This is the sentence that so often comes to mind in Egypt. Visiting these major archaeological sites seems to always be testing your ability to project yourself in another era, when the situation was altogether different.
Frequently compared to the The French Riviera, it is a home for the wealthy; a town where the uber-rich of Lisbon disappear to enjoy long weekends in one of the many grand holiday homes that cascade along the coast. Joined by vacationing families from across Europe, it is undeniably busy during the summer months.Read More