Day Two in New Orleans brought us from alligators in Louisiana’s wetlands to live jazz on Frenchman Street!
The past three weeks traveling on this NYC2NOLA road trip have been so much fun, and making our ultimate destination New Orleans turned out to be exactly what we needed. As expected when having so much fun, time flew and we found ourselves yesterday with a giant list of places we still wanted to explore so we decided to maximize our last day in the city by renting bikes from The American Bike Rental & Tour Company.
We fly to Asia this week and, after six months of European and U.S. travel, it is back to hostel life – and hostel kitchens. Luckily we have a few easy recipes under our belts, like this Pasta Florentine, which we are entering in the Hostelbookers.com Backbacker’s Recipe Guide contest.
My kind of town, Chicago is…this week’s Polaroid celebrates classic bright lights of this big city.
This week: It’s scaly, green, but still manages to be the cutest little thing in the swamp…
Volunteer for a month, a day, or even over Skype in the Dominican Republic with the newly formed Community Connection International. CEO and Founder Angela Bennett talks about creating the organization, her Service for Aid model, plus gives great tips on budget travel in the Dominican Republic.
Since we began travelling in April 2010, every single day has meant trying something for the first time or meeting someone new. We have had so many new experiences; it has been easy to overlook any cravings for things from ‘home’.
On our way to the canals of Xochimilco where we took a ride in one of the beautiful trajineras (wooden boats), we strolled through the main square where these three Mexicans were sitting on a bench watching the world go by.