Finally! 50 days later I am answering your questions! What the heck is this #50ShadesofRed and all the wine I’m seeing take over Traveling 9 to 5’s Twitter, Instagram and Facebook?! If you follow our travels you know two things: 1. I love wine. 2. We’ve been housesitting for the past 3 months in Northern […]
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What is the Megabus? The Megabus is a intercity double decker coach bus service that is low cost and in my opinion incredibly more comfortable than the alternative, Greyhound Bus. The bus offers free Wi-Fi (that usually doesn’t work) and electric plugs at your seat. They stop in over 100 U.S cities, including routes through […]
The wine, the outdoor seating, the menu del dia’s, the street art. There is so much to love about Barcelona – what is it that makes your heart skip a beat when you think about this great city?
This post is directed at fellow travelers attending TBEX. If you aren’t attending TBEX, you can apply the same thought process to any conference you are attending this year – be prepared and go with goals! Why did you sign up for TBEX? Did you sign up with a goal or do you just really […]
If your college was like my college, you have a big decision to make when you graduate – what’s next for your life and your career. I graduated from the Kelley School of Business at Indiana University with a double major in Entrepreneurship and Management. I had gone to school to learn how to start […]
One of our favorite parts of travel is the people you meet along the way. We have been lucky to meet more than our fair share of remarkable people that have touched our lives, and this post is only the beginning. Hospitality At the start of the year we were welcomed into the home of […]
Sunsets in Thailand were some of our most memorable. Especially on Railay, with the sun bouncing off the limestone cliffs.
Confession: I am a Zoom-aholic I love photography, hopefully you’ve seen that as a theme throughout my blog. Great photos and memories are the only souvenirs I care about, so I tend to take a LOT of photos (hence my backup of 25,000 on Flickr). Sometimes I come back from trips with some of the most random […]
If you travel long term you will realize you start to miss the simple things that used to be mundane and routine. In my case grocery shopping, specifically at Trader Joe’s. We met these really fun couples in the Galapagos, and over dinner Trader Joe’s somehow became the topic of conversation. The question asked was […]
While traveling down the Mekong River in Laos, we stopped at a village and spent some time learning about their lifestyle.