All Travel Posts
These are all the posts on our travels. Posts are in reverse chronological order (i.e. most recent first, oldest at the bottom).

2017:

Traveling with a Baby

We're often asked about traveling with a baby. Isn't it difficult? Well... yes and no. Here's the thing about traveling ...
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November 2016: Chiang Mai, Thailand:

Our trip to Chiang Mai was probably the most activity-filled stop we had in Southeast Asia. Because it's so well-known ...
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2016:

November 2016: Chiang Mai, Thailand: Lantern Festival

As we pushed our way through a great crush of people, moving an inch at a time, we could only ...
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November 2016: Chiang Mai, Thailand: Elephant Sanctuary

Imagine you’re a baby. You’re just chilling out in your carrier, bouncing along with Mama and Dada, unfazed by all ...
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October 2016: Phnom Penh, Cambodia — The Killing Fields

Warning: This is not a happy post. This is, in fact, a very not-happy post. It deals with genocide. We ...
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October 2016: Siem Reap, Cambodia

After how poorly our time in KL went, I have to admit, I was not too optimistic about our next ...
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September 2016: Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

So this is going to be kind of a negative post, and for that I apologize in advance. But despite ...
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Just a random lizard, chilling in the rainforest.

August 2016: The Daintree Rainforest and the Great Barrier Reef

Once our Romsey house sit was over, it was time to head up to the northern part of Australia to ...
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At the End of a Long Day

"Sorry." The woman turned back to checking the tickets of people actually allowed to board the plane, the plane I ...
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June – August 2016: Australia House Sit

In June, after spending a month visiting our families in the US, we headed down to Melbourne, Australia. Our plan ...
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May 2016: Krakow, Poland

We’d never been to Krakow before, but we heard it was 1) pretty, 2) cheap, and 3) easy to get ...
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April 2016: Prague, Czech Republic

Beautiful architecture, long walks, and trdlo Once the housesit was over, we made our way over to Prague to stay ...
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March 2016: Athens, Greece

Athens was the first city we ever visited in Europe, seven years or so ago, and we loved it. So ...
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March 2016: Pamukkale, Turkey

Before leaving Turkey after Annabelle's birth, we decided that we really should take a small side-trip to see a little ...
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December 2015 – March 2016: Istanbul, Turkey

We flew to Istanbul in mid-December, when I was six weeks from my due date. We left three months later ...
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Annabelle’s Birth Story

"You had your baby where?" It’s not a new question for us. Out of all the things we’ve done since ...
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January 12, 2016: The Day My Wife (And Unborn Child) Didn’t Die

So my wife--who is eight and 1/2 months pregnant--walks to the grocery store this morning. She buys some bread and cereal, ...
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2015:

A Morning Run

I tied my sneakers and turned on my music, determined to actually get some exercise. I was disappointed in how ...
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House Sitting

When we were still living in the states, we heard about house sitting in a travel podcast. The podcast explained ...
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November – December 2015: Split and Zagreb, Croatia

On to Croatia!  Apparently though, going straight from Morocco to Croatia is really expensive. We don’t like expensive. Google Flights to ...
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November 2015: Marrakesh, Morocco

After another round of “Where can we fly that doesn’t cost much?” we ended up in Marrakech, Morocco ($72.93 for ...
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Travel Hacking: An Introduction

Before we even get started on the concept of travel hacking, you should know that this isn’t going to be ...
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October – November 2015: London, England

(Protip: Throw this song on in a background tab while you read this post.) If you had asked us any ...
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October 2015: Dusseldorf and Munich, Germany

After Portugal, we headed up to Dusseldorf, Germany. Lisbon was a lovely end to our Camino, but Germany was when ...
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Inexpensive Travel: A Few Tips

Before we started our traveling lifestyle, we knew we’d need to come up with as many ways as possible to ...
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October 2015: Porto and Lisbon, Portugal

After five weeks on the Camino, where we walked an average of 15 miles a day, Portugal was exactly what ...
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September 2015: El Camino de Santiago

Having just quit our jobs, gotten rid of all of our possessions besides what fit in two backpacks, we headed off ...
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