Unwittingly, I've become an authority on couples travel. So here are my tips for sane traveling as a pair...and other miscellaneous lessons learned from our life on the road.
Here are a few things I've learned about traveling pretty constantly for the last nine years. Some are useful, but most are not. They're just observations. I'm sure you have your own.
A dog bite in Hanoi led to numerous doctor appointments. But advance care and rabies vaccinations at our local travel clinic saved the day, as did having our annual travel insurance program in place.
We were in our 50s when this was taken, but yes, we're past 60 now. We named the blog several years ago. People ask Kris and me all the time about how we’re [...]
You can breeze through the lines at United States Immigration and TSA with Global Entry Program status. The process for obtaining Global Entry is relatively painless, but can take more than a month for approval.
A few things you can do, and wear, to make flying easier and much more comfortable. I've flown a lot in the last 9 years and this is what I've come up with
Over the years, we've lugged bags of many different shapes and sizes. This is what we're currently carrying, and what we like. Mostly.
Here are all our choices for the best apps to manage your travel from your phone and computer. Don't leave home without them.
The pros and cons of the RV lifestyle for those of us who are just beginning to think of the options. To buy or to rent an camper? To travel by RV year round or seasonally?
Photographing such an over-photographed site as the Taj Mahal takes research, preparation, time, imagination, and patience. And getting up early. And a bit of luck.