We’ve stayed in dozens of Airbnbs in dozens of countries around the world, and we’ve found some factors in common among the best of them. Want to be an Airbnb superhost? Here are 9 cheap & easy upgrades.
Our friend Emma spent her childhood in Wales and returns often to visit family, so she was our resource for things to see and do during our visit, including Celtic castles and coastlines.
Edinburgh, Scotland, is one of those places everyone seems to have visited. If they haven’t been there yet, it’s often high on the travel wish list for its ancient stone castles, lush green vistas, and old-world charm.
Ready or not, world, here we come!
As we embark on our adventure around the world, we would be remiss if we didn’t share our favorite things about our current hometown: Chattanooga, Tennessee.
How do you have a magical time for yourself when you aren’t visiting Disney with kids? Check out my top 11 ways to enjoy Disney World as an adult!
With centuries-old temples, brand-new skyscrapers, and everything in between, China offers lots to see and do even on short trips. These are my top 11 tips for traveling in China.
The U.S. Virgin Islands are a Caribbean paradise that boasts tropical rainforests, brilliant beaches, and excellent scuba diving. And, if you’re a U.S. citizen, you don’t even need a passport to visit! Along with the three main islands of St. Thomas, St. John, and St. Croix, there are a many smaller islets to explore, allowing you to satisfy your wanderlust without ever leaving this U.S. territory. Here are 11 Things to Do during your visit.
This trip around the world is like nothing I’ve ever packed for. We’ll be on all seven continents, in more than 150 countries and territories, in all kinds of weather, and doing a huge variety of activities.
And we’re only taking carry-ons.
It may seem like I am tempting fate, but I’m honestly not very concerned about safety and health during this trip. The world simply isn’t a scary place for us. It’s exciting and foreign and deliciously uncomfortable at times, but it’s not something to be feared.
That said, we aren’t fools. People get hurt at political demonstrations. Dark alleys in the dead of night are often dangerous, no matter the country. And sketchy street food can certainly ruin a good time.