Posts made in 2019


Updated on: 04/8/19When we travel, especially in the USA, we love to explore a city via its breweries. When we are able to return many times over to hit them all, even better. We've been to well over 50 breweries in Pittsburgh (our home), 10 breweries in Cincinnati, and, since we live quite close to Cleveland, have decided to try and visit all of the city's top breweries during our frequent visits as well! As such, this post is a...

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Updated on: 03/28/19As far as Africa safaris are concerned, Uganda one of our favorite trips to date.  This was not just because we went chimpanzee and gorilla trekking in Uganda, but also because of the other wildlife viewing opportunities at places like Queen Elizabeth National Park and Murchison Falls National Park. But out of all of the animals we spotted during our travels around the country, one was favorite was missing:...

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Updated on: 03/22/19Prior to quitting my job to be a full-time travel blogger, I was a chemical engineer.  More specifically, I was a water engineer and worked in many different subsets of the industry from municipal water treatment and wastewater to oil and gas produced water purification. To put it simply, water accessibility and drinkability has been an especially important issue to me for quite some time. So, it should be no...

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Updated on: 03/15/19During our Uganda safari, we decided to do something new for us, and that was to take a private tour. We had traveled Africa in the past both solo and on low-budget group tours, but we never were able to take a high-end safari company with a private and customized itinerary. In Uganda we finally made this a reality, and did so with a company called Churchill Safaris- a popular organization that offers fully...

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Updated on: 03/15/19The following is a guest post by World Wide Honeymoon. If you’re engaged, congrats! It’s truly an amazing and special time. It also is the time to start planning a wedding and a honeymoon. And, with that, you’ll start realizing just how expensive it can be. We get it, as we were in the same position a year ago, trying to find ways to save money as well. Today, we’re sharing how to hack your honeymoon fund to have...

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