We have yet to start on our journey, but we are voracious readers of those that have set out before us. This is our weekly tribute to the best travel articles that are just too fantastic not to share.
- This blog just got DEEP…. a guest post by Caz and Craig from YTravelBlog that could generate some great discussion over at Bacon Is Magic. They try to publicly answer a question that can be highly personal: Is traveling with children selfish?
- I lived in San Francisco for five months and still remember it warmly. This recollection of a meetup between Abby and Kristin (of Camels and Chocolate) touched a few of our favorite spots in Napa… plus raw oysters… hmmm.
- Tremendous real world travel advice about what to look for when buying a camera for your travels. This is definitely going to be forwarded to select family members come holiday season.
- Everything will conspire to stop you… so what?
- A constant late night treat for me when I studied abroad in Florence… and a quite common craving of Meg’s while we live in miami… I give you: All you need to know about gelato.
- Sometimes Steph doesn’t love travel… which is something I expect could happen to a lot of people during their extended travel plans. At least Meg will be with me to keep me entertained!
- Michael from The Art of Backpacking provides some pretty convincing arguments on why Meg and I should add China to our travel wish list.
- I say it every week, but we can always do with more helpful articles that give great travel tips.
- You’re married, so why stay at a hostel? Don’t be so quick to judge, it could be the perfect option for the travelling couple.
- This one is just for Meg, because nobody has mastered the art of napping more than her.
- And for the big finale, how can I not show delicious looking posts about Vietnamese and Taiwanese food?
Quit his job to try actually following his dreams for once... and is currently loving it. He is working hard to to make this life-style permanent by writing about his adventures and brainstorming money making opportunities with his partner-in-crime, Meg.