Posted on 23. May, 2013 by Dany.
This week’s Polaroid features our current home of New York City in all its spring glory! With pink and white blossoms everywhere, the city is just beautiful!
Posted on 22. May, 2013 by Jess.
Ever wonder why some glaciers are blue? Or if all of them are melting? Read on for those answers and our attempt at bringing the impressive Perito Moreno Glacier in Patagonia to life.
Posted on 19. May, 2013 by Jess.
After a few weeks here in New York, Jess reflects on the difficulties of reconciling the knowledge gained on the road within the confines of everyday life, and whether or not she is entirely neurotic. You be the judge in this week’s What I Wonder column!
Torres Del Paine National Park is Patagonia at its best: stunning scenery paired with amazing wildlife and beautiful hikes, including the famous W Trek.
Posted on 30. Apr, 2013 by Jess.
When this journey began on April 30, 2010, there was no set finish date, but we never imagined that we would have been able to travel for 1095 days now – in a row!
Posted on 28. Apr, 2013 by Jess.
Ash Ambirge is our April 2013 GlobetrotterGirl of the Month for good reason. This location independent firecracker is the president of her own six-figure marketing company, which she runs from her bases in Chile, Costa Rica and other places around the world. Ash minces no words and has no time for self-pity – this interview is filled with motivating stories, mantras and mottos, so read on only if you’re prepared to be inspired to sit down and finally get all those things done you’ve been meaning to do for ages!
If you are subscribed to our monthly newsletter then you already know this, but…we are on our way to New York City! (If you’d like to always be among the first to know about the next stops on our adventure, subscribe here to the Beyond the Blog newsletter) Oops, we did it again! Instead of [...]
Stopping in Chiloe, an island off Chile’s mainland, was a great decision – we found 15th century wooden churches, traditional fishing villages, untouched nature and a penguin colony!
In this guest post John and Craig, a couple from the UK, tell how gay travel has changed over the last twenty years in their experience.
Obviously there are thousands of things to love about Santiago, but we are sharing the 33 things we loved the most and that made Chile’s capital special for us:
Posted on 08. Jan, 2013 by Jess.
We talked a lot about our own housesitting experiences, but today we are highlighting some of the most amazing housesits other travelers have had around the world!
We love housesititng so much, we wrote the book on it! Literally! Break Free: The Ultimate Guide to Housesitting is now available on Amazon. Find out how you can afford to take the trip of a lifetime!
When we lost our mojo, travel was the only thing that solved it. But not everyone can afford to just jet away on a trip. Unless it’s on someone else’s dime…which is why we had to spread the word on a way to win a trip to get your mojo back! Read on to hear our story and rescue your #mojo!
Posted on 16. May, 2013 by Dany.
After months and months of hostels and 20+ hour bus rides, settling in our Brooklyn apartment has been nothing short of miraculous. We love the neighborhood, at least a dozen corner shops and supermarkets with anything we need, the cuddly cats… The greatest thing about our housesit in New York, however, is that it gives [...]
Posted on 12. May, 2013 by Jess.
This week we review Posada al Sur in Montevideo, Uruguay, which offers an artsy Latin vibe at great value for money.
Posted on 09. May, 2013 by Dany.
This week’s Polaroid features San Pedro de Atacama, a picturesque little oasis in the driest and highest desert of the world: Chile’s Atacama Desert.
Posted on 05. May, 2013 by Jess.
Being back in the States, Jess wonders why and how much nationality matters, and whether in today’s age, where you are from plays an important role in revealing who you really are.
Posted on 02. May, 2013 by Jess.
One of our South America highlights was a stop at the Salar de Atacama, the Chilean salt flats, which are home to pink flamingos!