Posts made in 2014


Updated on: 12/20/18Throughout 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 to read a lot...

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Updated on: 10/14/18Nothing can ruin waking up to the sound of the ocean.  Not even a pack of roaming howler monkeys doing what they do best right outside your window.  After all, when you're in Costa Rica you're not there for only the ocean.  Costa Rica is far more than that. We found ourselves in the Osa Peninsula, one of the most beautiful regions of the entire country, not for the beach, not for the nature, but to enjoy the Blue...

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Are Tacos al Pastor the Perfect Food?

Are Tacos al Pastor the Perfect Food?


Posted By Jeremy on Dec 13, 2014

Updated on: 05/30/18Halfway through our long-term trip, we asked the question: “Are Greek gyros the perfect food?” For gastronomy-focused travelers like ourselves, finding what we consider to be the perfect food has always been the ultimate goal when we dine out. For many months after publishing that post, we continued traveling the world and ate many unique and authentic meals that were absolutely worth the trip.  But...

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Updated on: 03/4/19We get it. The idea of traveling to India can be daunting.  The country is a constant assault on your senses and many long-term travelers have had to cut their travels in this country short because they just couldn't handle the never-ending sensory overload that is India. While I hope our previous articles about India have encouraged otherwise (especially this one about Varanasi), we now have a foolproof alternative...

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Updated on: 01/7/19In all of my travels, I never carried a phone.  I'm going to repeat that to let it sink in.  Out of the 66 international countries I've visited, totaling well over 700 days of travel, I never once used a cell phone.  In fact, even when I was at home I never even owned a smart phone.  Crazy, right? Call it a mix of wanting to save money and not getting hit with roaming charges when abroad, but the truth of it was...

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