Posts Tagged ‘couples’
Beer. It’s a wonderful thing. But, this particular Brew Master – yes, Kris Kalav is a Brew Master in the work-a-day world – prefers rum, martinis or the occasional umbrella cocktail. He has recently begun blogging about his various travels and some very interesting encounters. Oh, beer will be mentioned at some point. Brew Master…
Steve Skabrat admits he’s a “meat & potatoes” kind of guy. He’s also one who is ready to give up the “meat & potatoes” cube life for something more exciting. Hmmm… Could be travel… Well, only if he can find tasty food, figure out directions and how to leave the very large iguana statue to [...]
So, you make the decision to leave the Northwest (US) for employment in Sydney, Australia. A bold move. But, not bold enough for Heather and Scott Matthews. Unhappy with “city life”, they buy a van, cull down their “stuff” and hit the road. After a year of van livin’ in OZ, they are now continuing [...]
Seattle, Washington has it’s pluses – they just weren’t enough for Angie and Allen. In 2009, these two, like others before them, quit the day job routine to hit the road. From South America to Asia, they have been logging miles and blogging entries.( Plus, it seems they like Sumo Wrestling.)
Nick was a paramedic and Lianna, a travel agent. They both left their careers in Canada behind, crammed a bunch of necessary stuff into backpacks and ventured off to Asia for eight months. Guess what, whether together or separately, they haven’t stopped traveling yet. (One question… where is the toilet?)
Julie Falconer gave up old her life in California to begin a new one in London. Her blog, A Lady In London, chronicles that transition process while also being interspersed with her many travel adventures. Julie has definitely racked up some miles.
La tortuga viajera is Erin Ridley’s contribution to discovering Spain and it’s surroundings. An American, now married to a Spaniard and residing in Madrid, she shares her experiences, culinary recommendations (including cooking at home), and all things Spanish. Erin believes she’s living an enchanted life – one she shares via her blog.
Bob Dylan helped define a generation’s revolution – one that Leslie Engle thought had passed her by as she was growing up. In “real time”, it had, pure and simple. Fortunately, through educating, volunteering, cooking, and embracing everything Lao, she has found her own personal “revolution” and is enjoying every second of it all.
Gail Walter is not only descriptive but also elegant in her Uncommon Travel writings. A knack for irony plus a keen sense of wonderment with a dash of humor sprinkled in equals enjoyable reading.
True Nomads is a reflective, almost philosophical travel blog written by Cooper and his wife Jill, a couple who rest in Saipan and live on the road.