Sometimes the biggest snafus turn out to be the best experiences and our botched road trip from Chiang …

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Okay we did more than survive, we basked in every second of our time in Chile’s Atacama Desert. In planning …

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Stilt houses teeter over the winding river, boats are propelled by bamboo poles, stepping stones act as bridges, …

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The Jewel of the Pacific

On June 2, 2012 By

Visiting Valparaíso, Chile was a great reminder to never put too much faith in a guide book. Lonely …

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Birthdays are for relaxation, so when choosing a spot for my 30th, the hot springs of Pucón, Chile had my …

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A Cross-Culture Trek

On June 7, 2014 By

Luang Namtha is famous for its diverse hill tribes and the scenic mountain paths that lead to their …

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Life After the Death Road

On July 11, 2012 By

For a crash course on Bolivia, start in the 1-million-person capital of La Paz, ride the cliffs along …

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With well over 20,000 thousand stairs behind us, and 65 kilometers of full-pack hiking on our Nepal resumé, …

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The Fabled Saigon

On January 8, 2014 By

It feels a little strange to be an American in Saigon…whether it’s a guilty complex about the Vietnam …

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Hypnotic Hanoi

On February 11, 2014 By

Hanoi is an Asia metropolis at its most romantic. With strong Chinese and French colonial influences and plenty …

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