UNESCO and World Heritage Sites explained, along with some tracking of our own exploits hunting down these amazing places.
Beacon Rock (located near Stevenson, WA on the Columbia River) is an 848-foot volcanic plug that you can hike to the top of with relative ease, thanks to a series of 51 switchbacks, handrails and bridges originally constructed by Henry […]
Happy 2016! I’ve been organizing and cleaning out things for the New Year for the past several weeks. In doing so, I’ve come across a number of videos from our travels just sitting around gathering digital dust, so to speak. […]
Our fifth and final day offered a glimpse of Istanbul’s ancient past and promising future, as we trekked the city’s 2,600-year-old ramparts, had tea in view of a legendary island tower, and took a quick trip from Europe to Asia on a subway.
Both maddeningly beautiful, and apocalyptic and terrifying (how?), the Chinese landscape screams by our bullet train window at 150mph. After months of preparation, the big trip has finally begun. First stop, China!
On June 23rd we got married, and six days later we were in Shanghai, China beginning a six month backpacking trip around Asia. Guided by a loose itinerary we also plan to visit India, Thailand, Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam.