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Vietnam – Irony Wears a Hammer & Sickle T-Shirt

By On April 2, 2015

Vietnam is a land loaded with irony. You can buy hammer and sickle t-shirts, Che Guevara hats and Ho Chi Minh era propaganda posters just about anywhere. Breathtaking landscapes are occasionally obscured… Read More

Places

Singapore – Basecamp for Southeast Asia

By On March 25, 2015

Singaporeans are proud of their country and most are very reverential of its founder, Lee Kuan Yew (LKY). Throughout our time there we were reminded of his importance not only to this… Read More

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Singapore

By On March 25, 2015

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Nature

New Zealand – Glaciers, Kayaks & Doctors

By On March 21, 2015

Early starts are part and parcel to life on the road, but getting the family up at 1:00a to drive an hour and a half for a 5:00a flight from Cairns, AU to… Read More

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New Zealand

By On March 21, 2015

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Nature

Australia – Mountains, Jungles and the Great Barrier Reef

By On March 2, 2015

Travel days aren’t all bad. An eight-hour drive or 12-hour flight can be uneventful and even pleasant. The day we drove from Canberra to Melbourne was NOT one of those days. The… Read More

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Australia

By On February 28, 2015

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Places

Australia – On the (Left Side of the) Road Again

By On February 19, 2015

It was a long 15-hour flight from San Francisco to Sydney. We were feverishly exhausted, hungry and grumpy when we arrived at the queue for border control and customs. It took an… Read More

Events

United States – Holiday Road

By On February 8, 2015

We were on a mission to travel more than three thousand miles across the U.S. between Thanksgiving and New Year’s. The trip would take us through rough terrain and crazy weather in… Read More

Photos

United States – Cross-Country

By On February 8, 2015

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People

Germany – Past, Present & Future

By On November 12, 2014

My grandfather always said where the eye rests, there too does your focus. Despite Berlin’s more than 900-year history, the mind naturally rests on its most recent past. It’s almost as if… Read More

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Germany

By On November 12, 2014

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Art

Prague – Eternally Beautiful

By On November 1, 2014

They say that Prague is one of the most beautiful cities in the world, but we arrived at night so had to wait until morning for proof. Our train from Budapest to… Read More

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Czech Republic

By On November 1, 2014

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Architecture

Budapest – Where Everyone is a Local

By On October 29, 2014

Hungary has been free from the Soviet puppet show for 25 years, but my formative years were in the midst of the Cold War. It was the Eighties with Reagan in office… Read More

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Hungary

By On October 29, 2014

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Architecture

Vienna – We See the Fall

By On October 25, 2014

It was late October and we hadn’t yet experienced cool autumn weather. Other than our time in Iceland, most of the weather had been warm or hot. We really wanted sweater weather,… Read More

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Austria

By On October 25, 2014

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Architecture

Croatia – A Leap of Faith

By On October 22, 2014

Leaving the town of Split in broad daylight was a lot easier then entering it in the dark. We decided to skip seeing Diocletian’s Palace as most of the reviews compared its… Read More

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Croatia

By On October 22, 2014

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