Do the Golden Triangle differently with this India itinerary One of the most popular itinerary routes for first-time visitors to India is the classic Golden Triangle. It's a great start to exploring India and visitors can fit in highlights like the Taj Mahal on a relatively short trip. This popular route is packed with tourists … Continue reading Off-the-Beaten-Path Golden Triangle India Itinerary
Spiti Valley lays in a remote pocket of India’s Himalayas. Tibetan prayer flags billow in the wind, strung along trees, bridges, and roadside shrines. Snowy peaks dot the skyline. Villages are few and far between, and many are only accessible by foot. This isn’t Tibet, however. This is India at its wildest. This Spiti Valley … Continue reading Spiti Valley Itinerary
India can be a challenging place to travel, even for those who have plenty of experience immersing themselves in foreign cultures. After spending three weeks traveling the northern regions of the country, I learned so much that I wish I had known beforehand. I've made this list of what to expect on your first trip … Continue reading What to Expect in India for First-Timers
Myanmar is one of Southeast Asia's most enigmatic destinations. Long cut off from outsiders due to a military dictatorship from 1962 to 2011, Myanmar has only recently opened its doors for tourism on a broad scale. That makes now a great time to visit. This 10 day Myanmar itinerary is what we followed for our … Continue reading 10 Day Myanmar Itinerary
With two weeks in Thailand, you can get a taste of the north and the south and experience the best Thailand has to offer. Follow my two-week Thailand itinerary to discover more!
When you walk across a border from one country to another, it is almost always confusing. It's like the right hand doesn't know what the left hand is doing, and in this case the right hand is Israel and the left hand is Jordan. Each country has its own processes and requirements and jurisdiction. There … Continue reading Jordan – The Warm Heart of the Middle East
Just a few months before my and Tim's scheduled trip to Israel, US President Donald Trump announced that the US would be relocating its embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to the internationally disputed capital of Jerusalem. Symbolically, this was the US saying that they recognize Jerusalem as Israel's capital. The problem is that Palestinians … Continue reading Israel & Palestine – A Journey Through the Holy Land