Peter and I both live in Florida, so when direct flights became available from Florida to Cuba, we both decided to make our bucket list dream come true by booking a trip. This article is based on our own personal experiences of visiting Havana, from booking our flights, to the … Continue reading
We describe our first impressions of Cuba, coming there from the United States, after they have loosened up some restrictions after a few years. Read on for more.
With the “I Quit My Job to Travel the World” movement, more and more people are becoming unhappier staying at home and doing chillax stuff. We look at this from the other side, those who just want to stay in the comfort of their home and *gasp* are happy about it.
If you’re a new reader of our blog (or a follower), you would know that I love lists — and I try to scratch off as many to-dos as I can. So, while I was browsing around the library looking for the next thing to read, I stumbled upon Lonely … Continue reading
Despite the implications of the title, “What We Did With Our 25 Vacation Days”, this is not a bragging post. We know that we’re lucky to work for a company which grants that many days off, especially in America. Rather, we just want to show how far you can stretch … Continue reading
People always ask us how we can afford to travel this much, and we try to make it as transparent as possible by posting our travel expenses on this blog. However, what they really don’t know is HOW we can afford to spend all that money on travel. Living … Continue reading
Last week, I read a story about a female tourist murdered in Belize (a beautiful but drug-troubled Caribbean island). A few months before that, there was another female tourist killed in Nepal. A few months before that, there were a few horror stories of some European women being raped in India. And … Continue reading