Have you ever found yourself watching a travel show where the hosts are living this magical local travel experience that you never seem to have on your vacation? After two years of travel and dozens of lessons learned, I want to share 10 ways you can travel like a local and have more local travel experiences on your next trip.
In a few hours, we'll board a long flight with no international travels planned for the next little while. After over two years of bouncing around the world and living out of our suitcases, we've decided to go home, unpack and fulfill another dream…
During our last two years of travel, Wes and I have rented apartments for a month nearly a dozen times. Wherever we've rented, there always seemed to be somewhat of a compromise until we got lucky and found this Mexico City apartment rentals that was perfect for our budget.
We know there are plenty of lists out their featuring the same ol' Top 10 Travel Couples but we really wanted to highlight some new channels to fuel your wanderlust. We’ve rounded up 12 fun YouTube travel couples to check out this year and hope you'll subscribe to follow them around the world!
We put together a guide to Tlaquepaque, Jalisco for anyone who is also swayed by these colourful umbrellas! You’ll find so many unique artisan crafts in this city perfect for a day trip from Guadalajara.
If you're serious about making amazing travel videos, you're going to have to get used to filming in manual mode and we're here to help. Over the next few weeks, we're sharing fundamental things to help you transition from automatic to manual mode on your DSLR. Let's start by first understanding aperture.
While planning for our day trips from Merida, we read about a region not far from the capital where visitors can explore various hidden cenotes by way of a horse and buggy on old railroad tracks. We had such a memorable day and our sharing a guide to the Cuzama cenotes at X'tohil