We’re excited to tell you all about our New Mexico road trip over the next few weeks – check out this teaser video to see what to expect!
The best part of traveling, in particular this current NYC2NOLA road trip, is catching those glimpses of people around the world going about their every day lives…
Cruising down Route 66 is one of America’s classics. We were lucky to experience some Route 66 nostalgia on our Northern Arizona road trip. Besides parts of the famous road, we visited Monument Valley, Canyon de Chelly, the Petrified Forest, Sedona, Navajo Country, Antelope Canyon, the Horseshoe Bend and the Grand Canyon.
There is no better way to experience the technicolor Quebrada de Humahuaca area of northern Argentina than by a road trip.
Great American Road Trip: NYC2NOLA **Extended** (Is there ever really a final destination for nomads?)
We extended our Great American Road Trip 2011 from New Orleans up to Chicago, with a stop in Memphis, TN. 3,000 miles, 15 states, and a lot of deep fried fixin’s later, NYC2NOLA road trip has finally come to an end. Read on for updates on the last days and find out where we are headed next.
From a mini self-hosted TV tour of NYC to a fabulous foodie Philly experience, we’re now on stop two of our Great American Road Trip from New York City to New Orleans. Watch this space, as we provide daily updates from each stop. Today we are in Philly!
We have arrived at the final destination of our NYC2NOLA Great American Road Trip 2011 – we are in New Orleans and fell immediately in love with this great city!
The best way to see Malta? Hire a car! You can see most of the island in a day, it is cheap and you’ll get to experience authentic island life, fishing villages and stunning beaches!
This Yucatan road trip offers a great taste of Mexico: A mix of Caribbean beaches, Maya ruins, cenotes, jungle, delicious food and authentic Mexican villages.