One thing we love about South East Asia are the old-fashioned tricycle rickshaw taxis we’ve come across in various countries – including Malaysia…
Who knew Melaka’s most prominent son is a famous bodybuilder! When we visited the UNESCO town, we did not only find a vibrant Chinatown and relics of the Dutch and Portuguese colonization, but also golden statues of a muscle man!
Since I’ve incorporate running into my daily routine, I had to adjust my packing list! Find out which additional gear I am bringing on my travels for my runs.
These cenotes are reached by riding on horse drawn carts (note: not carriages, these were far from romantic) on centuries’ old train tracks through the jungle. This sounded just quirky enough to recapture that magical feeling we were looking for on our visit to Merida .
When I think about the fact that I’ve been on the road since April 2010, I realize that that’s an incredibly long time – next spring it will be half …
The Zocalo in Merida is home to several shoe shine men and boys, as are most central parks or squares throughout Mexico and Central America. We stopped to talk to him because of that adorable (and very pregant!) black cat.
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.
In Chile’s cultural capital of Valparaiso, color explodes along the rows of houses lining up the 45 rolling hills of this bohemian city. Here are some of our favorite images that encapsulate the feeling of Valpo.
This was the first time I spent longer than a layover in London in over five years – and I fell in love with the city all over again!
We spent this last week exploring the steep hills of Valparaiso, a charming bohemian port town in Chile that is famous for its street art and colorful houses.