Meet Amy Montalvo, our February GlobetrotterGirl of the Month. Through her business, ONEPASS Productions, Amy has been able to incorporate a life of travel into her career, by creating video content with a purpose, highlighting positive impacts and changes being made around the world.
Dani talks about cake, beer and the darker side of why Chile and Argentina’s Lake District had such a strong German influence over the years.
We may have saved thousands on accommodation costs, but that’s not what made our Brooklyn housesit such a dream. In this post we give an overview of the exciting things we were able to cram in to two months and what the true gift of this particular housesitting experience was for the two of us.
Confession: I have a fear of heights that borders on a PANIC of heights. I had to face it in Whistler, Canada – read on for one of the most horrifying experiences in my life.
We were conflicted about a popular tourist attraction in Battambang, Cambodia. What do you think about the experience?
This week I wonder about bargaining while abroad. What makes certain travelers so uncomfortable with it, while others understand it for the art form that it is?
El Caminito and La Boca are popular tourist spots famous for Tango and colorful buildings in Buenos Aires -Was it a great afternoon out or a tourist trap in a bad neighborhood? Find out what both of us thought and whether we recommend it to you in our new series She Said, She Said.
This week I wonder how night bus drivers do it, sharing a story of a time we almost died and reveal my great new idea for a game show…
We visited 10 countries this year, and we fell in love with a lot of the places we visited. Which cities made it into our top five favorite destinations of 2012?
The story of the day two women (us) jumped into cars and trucks with strangers across Patagonia to the end of the world.