Salvador: The Soul of Brazil

On March 11, 2012 By


Brazil’s deepest cultural roots lie in Salvador, the country’s original capital. Established by the Portuguese and built …

Continue Reading

It’s three o’clock in the morning in Mawlamyine, Myanmar and we are looking for a place to sleep. …

Continue Reading

Okinawa Island Hopping

On June 3, 2013 By

  After getting our feet wet on Okinawa’s largest island, we navigated to the …

Continue Reading

Oh Vietnam. Exotic, picturesque, delicious…you have so much to offer–but boy are you a tough cookie! Our non-stop …

Continue Reading

Climbers’ Christmas

On September 26, 2013 By

Only accessible by boat, Railay beach has the feel of a far-flung Thai island…but instead of ocean, dramatic …

Continue Reading

Cape Contemporary

On August 26, 2012 By

A hotel by the beach, in the heart of downtown, or at the foot of Table Mountain would …

Continue Reading

Emeishan: A Spirtual Trek

On February 25, 2013 By

If you can picture the quintessential Chinese mountain scene painted on a rice-paper scroll, with mist-shrouded mountain peaks …

Continue Reading

Cruising the Yangtze

On March 7, 2013 By

The Yangtze is the third longest river in the world, stretching 6,400km across China, so we knew we …

Continue Reading

We’ll admit, when you see ancient temples nearly every day for nine months you can get a little …

Continue Reading

Reaching the End of the World

On April 25, 2012 By

When a place is called “Tierra del Fuego” (Land of Fire), and “The southernmost city in the world,” things …

Continue Reading