In his most recent article for Atlas Obscura, Mike wrote about a 5,000-year-old city in Peru that holds the remains of a stunning set of astronomically-aligned pyramids.
The Bonaire Botanical Garden is one of the weirdest things we've ever seen, and we've seen some really weird things around the world.
Michael’s Google photospheres crossed a milestone with his top-viewed image exceeding the one million mark!
As humans, we tend to want what we don’t — or can’t — have. So while you’re building your never-ending list of places you can’t visit right now, add to it these locales you can literally never visit, under any …
We Married Adventure has written another piece for Lonely Planet!
Around the World in Review, Leg 15: Patagonia, Chile, Peru, Ecuador, and Colombia
Around the World in Review, Leg 14: Argentina, Uruguay, Tiera del Fuego, and Antarctica
With fantastic street art, walkable historic neighborhoods, a great local beer scene, and fantastic food made by friendly people, Cali, Colombia, has it all.
Although we fell in love with the small towns throughout Patagonia, it had been a while since we visited an actual city that spoke to us. Then we arrived in Cali, Colombia.