Bali

Indonesia was ideal for an adult “summer vacation” on a trip around the world. Pristine beaches, great diving and breathtaking landscapes were small pieces of what each island had to offer. The country boasts 17,000 islands, 6,000 of which are inhabited and throughout our 3 months of travel there, we stopped in Bali numerous times. … More Bali

Cambodian Paradise

Our trip to Cambodia was relatively quick in comparison to our time spent in other countries, but we only had two things in mind for our time there-Angkor Wat and a beautiful beach. After visiting Siem Reap made our way south to the Cambodian Islands, Koh Rong and Koh Rong Samloem. Cambodia is becoming more … More Cambodian Paradise

Angkor Wat

We arrived in Siem Reap after a grueling 24 hour bus ride from Vientiane (one we wouldn’t recommend) and had two weeks to spend in Cambodia in mid-March, arguably the hottest time of year. The town itself is merely a jumping off point for the ancient city and doesn’t provide the cultural experience most are … More Angkor Wat

Myanmar (Burma)

Myanmar opened its borders for travel in 2012 with the adoption of democratic elections and movement away from military rule. With the globalization in all of Southeast Asia, we expect to see rapid changes in the next ten years and a booming tourist industry. It was necessary for me to visit as soon as possible … More Myanmar (Burma)

Nepal: Booking Your Trek

Nepal is a mecca for outdoor adventure seekers. Home to the Himalayan Mountain Ranges and eight 8000+ meter mountains, Nepal offers some of the best trekking and mountaineering in the world. However, the country isn’t limited to trekking and mountaineering for those seeking outdoor thrills. Canyoning, bungee jumping, rock climbing, ice climbing, rafting, yoga and … More Nepal: Booking Your Trek

Planes, Trains and Autobahns: Tips for Traveling Through Europe

Public transportation can be daunting, even if you live in a big city and take advantage of it almost daily. When you travel abroad it can be especially confusing, but it’s necessary if you’re budget conscious. Andi lived in England for three years before moving to San Francisco, where both of us are very familiar … More Planes, Trains and Autobahns: Tips for Traveling Through Europe

Nick: My Journey

My international travels began in December, 1996, when I was 14 years old and went to Australia with a USA Baseball team. I visited Melbourne, Sydney, and Adelaide during that trip and vividly remember being enamored by the sights, sounds, cultural differences and similarities, food and beauty of a new country that was so far … More Nick: My Journey