International Travel Tag

If you're going to travel, it's inevitable that you are going to collect and lose things along the way. Admittedly, my favorite collection is not things at all, but scattered and often unraveled memories. At the end of each adventure, I attempt to file away the highlights. Each tangled and nearly impossible to describe moment vying for a permanent spot on my gluttonous list of unforgettable experiences. Over the years, I’ve come to realize the difficulty of properly storing and...

Sprawling landscapes, vineyards, olive farms, rugged mountains, picturesque islands, and a food scene that rivals neighboring Italy make Croatia an absolute paradise and a traveler’s dream. Like most places, the charming towns are those lesser known to tourists and tucked away from major cities. The Istria region of Northern Croatia is home to some of the most beautiful and unique towns in the world. Here are three small towns in Croatia that demand attention – and a visit....

Planning your next trip or epic adventure? Check out these photos from our weeks spent on a self-drive safari in Africa. If you're looking for something wild, adventurous, and unbelievably breathtaking, then you're in the right place. Want to plan your own safari in Africa? If you'd like to see our itinerary and travel route from 3 weeks in Southern Africa, let us know! African Safari Animals Wild animals are an obvious here! Elephants, giraffes, lions, kudu, zebra, water buffalo, hippos, and so...

Like most beautiful places, the journey to get there is just as breathtaking as the final destination. Elafonisi was no different. We drove in from Chania on the north side of the island. The road crosses a rugged and scenic mountain, winds through a tunnel barely wide enough for one car, and eventually drops down to a stunning natural landscape. Along the mountainside drive, there are a handful of beautiful villages and towns that you must weave through. Each one...

I took this photo while walking down the Malecón in Havana, Cuba. The sun was setting, I didn’t have my tripod, and there wasn’t much natural light. I was terrified that I wouldn’t be able to capture the scene. If you look closely you will see an older gentleman cooking food on his front stoop. Anyone that has been to Cuba can tell you that the locals don’t have much. Their homes are simple, their refrigerators are often bare, and...




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