The Quiet Side Of Bangkok: Thonburi

The Quiet Side Of Bangkok: Thonburi

When most visitors think of Bangkok, what comes to mind is a vibrant city of superb shopping, fantastic food, and nightlife to rival even the most cosmopolitan cities of the West.

All this though comes a cost ... read the rest of this post.

Our First Adventure Of 2015

Our First Adventure Of 2015

For a nomadic person, every place is home. Sure, we are citizens of the U.S., but we make home wherever we happen to be at any given moment. For the past few months, that home has been Thailand.  We've set down here in...  read the rest of this post

My Thailand Visa Is Expiring! What Do I Do?

My Thailand Visa Is Expiring! What Do I Do?

If you're like us and have completely fallen in love with Thailand, whether it be for the amazing food, the friendly people, or the great culture, you will probably decide...   read the rest of this post

How To Travel In Style Without Breaking The Bank

How To Travel In Style Without Breaking The Bank

If you're reading this, I'll bet you've been wondering to yourself for quite sometime about how Josephine and I have been able to travel the way we do for so long. Read the rest of this post.

How To Handle Your Mail While Traveling

How To Handle Your Mail While Traveling

"Who will take care of my mail while I'm abroad?" Yes, the reality is even if you've left the good ol' US of A as we have, and even with the advent of email, there are some things that will still require a mailing address. Read More

We're Giving Away The Book That Started It All!

We're Giving Away The Book That Started It All!

In honor of our three-year travel anniversary, I’m announcing the first of three giveaways on the blog. Read the rest of this post to see how you can win your very own signed copy of Chris Guillebeau's 'The Art Of Non-Conformity'.  Read More

The One Card Every Long Term Traveler Must Have

The One Card Every Long Term Traveler Must Have

Credit card bonuses give you thousands of miles in bonuses and points that you can use to reach the ends of the earth in style. But…what do you do when you get there? Read More

Photo Essay: The Train From Kandy To The Upcountry

Photo Essay: The Train From Kandy To The Upcountry

While Jo and I almost always travel by plane between countries(and often in premium cabins thanks to travelhacking), the opposite is true when we travel between cities in-country....

The World's Cheapest Michelin-Star Rated Restaurant

The World's Cheapest Michelin-Star Rated Restaurant

I have found it. The crown jewel of dim sum. The one pork bun to rule them all. And you would have never guessed…it’s found in a nondescript eatery in a non-touristy part of Hong Kong. How can one get this excited about a pork bun you ask?  A little background is in order...

Reader Mailbag: How To Travel Long Term

Reader Mailbag: How To Travel Long Term

That last epic update we sent out to our newsletter subscribers generated quite a buzz. People were so enthusiastic and excited to hear that we are still traveling after so many years. We were so grateful for...

The Glass Is Half Full At Namche Bazaar

The Glass Is Half Full At Namche Bazaar

DAY 4 of our Everest Basecamp Trek For Water Campaign Yesterday was tough. The hardest part was at the end, as we had to ascend over 1000 vertical feet after having trekked already for nearly 8 hours. Today was going to be a great day though...

Don't Wait For Luck, Go Out And Get It

Don't Wait For Luck, Go Out And Get It

If you’re like most people, you go through life day in and day out with the same routine.   You take the same route each day, you have the same schedule, you meet the same people, and do the same activities...