Reviews


Last updated: 11/2/16When it comes to photography for traveling (and by natural extension, travel blogging), one of the most popular camera models currently out there is the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera. After my initial hesitation of buying yet another Sony camera, I came around and haven’t regretted my decision in the slightest (read our full Sony a6000 review here for more on that). After working with the kit lens for quite...

Read More

Last updated: 10/14/16There is no secret why the Sony a6000 mirrorless camera is one of the most popular cameras in the marketplace for travelers. It is small, powerful, and takes incredibly gorgeous photos for a price point that wont deter most travelers. As I am someone who loves to rant on Sony cameras, and even once made a promise to never buy one again, I am voluntarily putting my foot in my mouth for buying another. (We had no...

Read More

Last updated: 10/4/16Before heading off on our 15-month long-term trip, I had traveled quite significantly with not even a blip on the trouble radar.   Where this may give some travelers a false since of protection, I follow enough blogging friends who travel full-time to know one simple truth: the more you travel, the odds of something bad happening go up. This may happen to you on the very first day, six months down the road, or not...

Read More

Last updated: 01/23/17 Moments after arriving to Cinnamon Bey in Beruwala, Sri Lanka, I noticed something a bit unusual.  It wasn’t the beautiful entryway, the open air floor plan, the staff handing me a welcome coconut, or the performance that was going on for our arrival.  I noticed something else: a massive sign proclaiming the property’s LEED Gold certification and their commitment to the environment.Looking around the...

Read More

Last updated: 04/3/16Throughout our lifestyle design series I’m going to be referencing a lot of ideas, plans, and topics that came about as the result of our long-term trip.  We’ll be getting into the reasoning behind this in a later post, but what it boils down to is that our 15 month trip simply gave us a lot of time to start thinking about our life goals. With this abundance of time, we also made it a side goal of ours...

Read More

Last updated: 12/14/16 After traveling around the world for fifteen months, you can imagine that we’ve slept in a lot of beds.  Moving around from city to city was easy for us, but getting used to bad beds and even worse pillows was something we never quite got the hang of. You may think that having a poor night’s sleep due to a bad bed was limited to hostels, but that was not the case. Many large hotels were also guilty...

Read More

Pin It on Pinterest