Walking in the Sahara was like nothing we had ever experienced. The only way I can describe the feeling is like seeing the ocean for the first time. Expansive, almost too big for this world. My first impulse was the same as most travelers. I flipped out my phone and took a picture. As that … More Spending Too Much to Stay Connected?
Riding atop an elephant in the forests around Chiang Dao, Thailand was scary and thrilling. I remember split-second panic as the enormous creature began head-butting a tree, with me astride. The mahout assured everyone on our excursion this behavior was completely natural. No reason for alarm. That was over eleven years ago and Matt and … More A New Year’s Resolution: More Mindful Travel
December 2016 During research and interviews for my latest “Travel Secrets” column for Paste magazine, I began to realize how little I truly knew about my rights when it comes to flight. Like many travelers, I was packing enough assumptions to burst a roller bag. My usual MO with a majorly delayed or cancelled flight … More What Every Traveler Needs to Know – Flight Rights
Cambridge, UK – October 2016 Stop #2 in our “United Kingdom Housesitting Tour” is almost complete! Since many people seem curious about this new adventure, we thought it would be fun to recap gigs as they roll by. And, we’re happy to answer any questions if you want to give housesitting a try too! Our … More UK Housesitting Tour Continues
Central London, October 2016 Fellow dreamers – those like-minded souls who yearn to explore the world fully – often ask us questions about money and travel. How expensive is it to travel like you do? How can you afford to travel full-time? How do you save money while traveling? And, how on earth, can you … More Housesitting in London