Josh took this photo 5 years ago when we traveled to Paris for the Tour de France. It is still one of my favorite photos we took on our trip through Europe. It seems only fitting to dig this photo back up with the news that is surrounding Lance Armstrong recently.
Archives for August 2012
When in Rio…Wear a Thong
The beaches are known for the beautiful men and women who walk them. The active lifestyles lead to rather fabulous bodies, but don’t let that scare you away! Yes, I joined the masses and strutted a thong bathing suit on Ipanema, a popular beach in Rio. No, you will not be seeing photos. What happens […]
Travel Planning is a Full-Time Job
We arrived in Buenos Aires and decided to “settle down” for a month. We rented an apartment and are working on finishing up some online projects and finalizing our travel plans for South America. Knowing which way to turn is never easy. We already had two big changes in our plans, mainly from a lack […]
Our Top 3 Travel Adventures
The race is still on… Jerick of 25 Travels passed me the baton on Sunday and it is my turn to sprint. Here I go! Neil Barnes of Backpacks and Bunkbeds organized our team and was able to recruit some pretty radical travelers! So far their stories have inspired me to continue to travel, hopefully you […]
On Being Young and Living an Unconventional Life
I’m still young. I love that I am still young. I love that I have a loving husband that shares my views on life and is currently side by side with me in search of a lifetime of happiness and freedom to design the life we want to live. We are both still young with […]
Foto Friday: Life in Stellenbosch
This creative artwork in Stellenbosch represents Life. Where there are clothes hanging outside, there are people near living.
Exploring South Africa’s Cape Peninsula
We spent over a week in Cape Town with rain every day. Not the small showers of rain that you can slip out in between and grab a bite to eat, but the constant downpour of rain where all you want to do is stay in your PJ’s and climb under the covers. Our last […]
One Time in Africa…I Learned to Drive a Manual Car
In the USA we drive automatics. We turn the key and the car starts We press the gas and the car goes We brake and the car stops. Easy. Mindless. One Time in Africa…I Learned to Drive a Manual Car This wasn’t just any manual car, this was a huge 4×4 truck that could climb […]
Travel Confession: Slippers Around the World
We don’t want to hear your dark dirty secrets, only your travel confession! Is it a routine that gets you through long trips, a guilty pleasure destination or food, or maybe a pair of white Westin slippers that have seen better days? This is your time to come clean and maybe even feel better about […]
Read our Travel Interview at Backpacks and Bunkbeds!
What 5 items would you not go travelling without? Our 5 most important items on our RTW packing list: 1. Kindle 3G – you can access the Internet from (almost) anywhere as long as 3G service is available; our Kindle has saved us in many emergencies. The Internet moves deathly slow, and the browser is […]