Over the past year, we’ve lived in some of the most beautiful places in the world. We’ve visited dozens of UNESCO World Heritage sites, climbed the world’s most iconic mountain range, lazed around on pristine beaches, witnessed unforgettable sunsets, and explored ancient temples. These experiences are easy to share with our family, friends and readers. These… Read More The little things…
Traveling for less than $35/day in one of the world’s best tourist destinations. It can be done, folks! Here’s the proof.
One of the most important venues of Indonesian food culture is the warung. They are the one-stop shop Wal-Marts of Indonesia, only 100 times smaller, independently owned, and usually slapped together with mismatched pieces of wood. Need some lunch? The warung’s got your back. Just some everyday groceries? Ya, they do that. Want to book… Read More Foodie Column – The Warung (Indonesia)
Bali has long been hailed as one of the most diverse places on the planet. The Balinese people are extremely open minded and welcoming to foreigners, and this open mindedness is reflected in their culture. Balinese music, religious practices, agriculture, and cuisine is a hodgepodge of external influences from all corners of the globe, and is… Read More Foodie Column – Good Ol’ Balinese Home Cookin