Watch the video from our most recent Cooking Vacation in Tuscany.
This month, I hosted my first ever Cooking Vacation in Tuscany. Here's how the week went.
Tracy and Dan Kellermeyer have spent the last 8 months house sitting their way across the U.S. That's right- they haven't paid rent or a mortgage in nearly a year and spend their time seeing the country by watching other people's homes. Read our interview to see how you can do the same!
Check out our most recent interview of the podcast Do You Even Blog.
When you hear about San Francisco, you know it can rival the cost-of-living of New York City. When you’re on vacation, it can be even worse — it can be done on a budget you just need to plan well and avoid unnecessary costs. This guide will show you where to go, what you can do for free and how to have the most fun with your travel funds.
Tortuga has finally released V2.0 of their travel backpack. So how does the startups Outbreaker stand up against the best selling Osprey Farpoint 55? Check out this detailed comparison on appearance, fit, packability, durability and price.
370. That's the number of days I spent traveling last year.
From my time in South America, Africa, Europe and Asia, here's a list of all of the things (big and small) my trip around the world taught me.
I'm returning to Italy this Fall to offer weeklong cooking vacations alongside the Italian chef we stayed with on our trip. Here's how I booked all of my flights from Denver to Pisa for just $220.26.
Over the course of our year of travel, we embarked on a number of hikes. In Peru, we hiked for four days along the Inca Trail to Machu Picchu. In Namibia, we undertook a day of climbing red dunes in Sossusvlei. In Vietnam, we did a trek through some of the largest cave systems in the world.
So I know I promised to stay in the United States for a while, but there have been some new developments. But I booked some flights...
Big changes are happening for us here in Denver, but on the smaller scale, here's how our life looks and feels different after the trip.
Wow. I am exhausted.
So I'm ready to admit that I underestimated how difficult this process would be.
As I write this, I'm sitting at a crappy wooden desk in a room overlooking the covered pool at the Days Inn Omaha. Nate's on the bed masochistically watching videos about Trump, and Lily's beside him almost audibly wondering what's happening and if we live here now.
Check out our photos from Kyoto, Japan!
Check out our photos from Osaka, Japan!
Check out our photos from Niseko Village, Japan!
Check out our photos from Sapporo, Japan!
Check out our photos from the Meiji Jingu Shrine in Tokyo, Japan!
After one year on the road to 25 countries, we're sharing our favorite things!
Check out our photos from the Tsukiji Fish Market in Tokyo, Japan!
Check out our photos from Tokyo, Japan!
Despite enjoying immensely the steady rhythm of home, I'm still searching international flights for a trip that doesn't exist. Travel can free you, but it can help you hide out too.
Check out our photos from Hong Kong, China!
Check out our photos from Paradise Cave, Vietnam!
Check out our photos from Hang Tien Cave in Vietnam!
Check out our photos from our motorbike trip through central Vietnam!
Check out our photos from Hue, Vietnam!
Check out our photos from Hoi An, Vietnam!