Posted on 24. Apr, 2014 by Dany.
When I decided to visit Malta, I realized just how many people didn’t know anything about the tiny archipelago – so I put together some facts and my first impressions here!
Hello from sunny Malta, where I escaped to for a quick spring getaway.
Yes, laptops (and iPods!) can get altitude sickness, too! We tell you from what altitude on you have to be careful, and how you can prevent your hard drive crashing when traveling in high altitudes.
Sucre – probably one of Bolivia’s most charming towns, it is heavenly in many ways, but for us our stay turned out to be hell, as well. Find out why…
Posted on 21. Mar, 2014 by Dany.
Roswell, New Mexico, is one of the strangest little towns we’ve ever visited! Only famous for the UFO crash in 1947, the town seems to be in an identity crisis now.
Posted on 17. Mar, 2014 by Dany.
We visited one of the most fascinating landscapes in the southwestern U.S. – the vast white sand desert of Sand Dunes in New Mexico – and got almost lost in the dunes!
Posted on 02. Mar, 2014 by Dany.
Mine tours in the silver mines in Cerro Rico in Potosi are controversial: are they a human zoo or educational tourism? Dani joined a mine tour to find out.
Trekking into the Rio Grande gorge with four llamas in tow was one of our favorite experiences in New Mexico. Read all about the hike and our awesome llamas:
Posted on 09. Feb, 2014 by Dany.
Read what makes San Pedro De Atacama, the tiny desert village that is our favorite place in all of Chile, so special – from delicious food to the look and feel of the Wild West.
Posted on 04. Feb, 2014 by Dany.
There is no question why NASA does test runs for its Mars missions here – the landscapes are incredible. One glance through this photo essay and the Atacama Desert will surely land on your Must See list!
Posted on 31. Jan, 2014 by Jess.
We have angered an entire nation. Find out what we said, what we didn’t say, and how the Chileans reacted…
Posted on 07. Jan, 2014 by Guest.
In the latest installment of our LGBT travel series, Sam of IndefinitiveAdventure.com shares why he thinks being out as a gay traveler can make a big difference.
Posted on 20. Dec, 2013 by Dany.
We spent nearly four months in Chile and are sharing our travel expenses! Find out how much to expect for accommodation, food, transport and entertainment and how to save money on a visit to Chile!
Our five favorite housesitting experiences (and the 2nd edition of the Break Free housesitting book!)
Posted on 14. Dec, 2013 by Dany.
Since we started housesitting in 2010, we have had once in a lifetime experiences we will never forget. Read on for our top 5 of all time and find out about the updated version of our book on housesitting.
This week’s Polaroid features Mdina, a historic walled hilltop town in Malta. A visit to the well-preserved city feels like a trip back to medieval times!
Brighton isn’t all fish and chips and candy floss, you know. There’s a great foodie scene here demanding something suitable for the more sophisticated palate too. If you venture beyond the classic tourist traps of the main seafront roads in Brighton you’ll find some real gems, much like in any town where tourism plays a […]
There are a lot of good things going on these days. The landslide of states in the U.S. where same-sex marriage is legal is gaining momentum. The UK just saw its first domestic same-sex marriages performed. The IRS now taxes same-sex marrieds at the same rate as heterosexual couples. Okay, that last one is a […]
Posted on 14. Apr, 2014 by Guest.
Everyone who knows us knows how much we love a good ol’ road trip – especially in the U.S. So far, we have taken five long road trips through several parts of the U.S., and always planning the next one! We’re excited to share a fun infographic today, put together by TrekAmerica, a leading tour […]
We highly recommend Hostal CasArte Takubamba in Sucre, Bolivia! A beautiful hostel with an artsy vibe, we found clean and bright rooms here, a sunny courtyard and good breakfast!