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 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.
The updated technology available now makes traveling with all your high tech electronics a lot easier than it used to be. Check out our recommendations for the best travel accessories.
Visiting the bush of Africa requires a little more thought than the cities of Europe when you're making your packing list. Think bugs and heat first of all.
While we've only taken up serious cycling the the past couple of years, we definitely have our opinions on the best cycling gear.
Training 101: Shovel bike out of the snow. This seems like a good day to talk about the extensive training Tom and I are factoring into our upcoming Italy bike tour. As you [...]
There will be three annoying things that will be with you for the length of the Camino de Santiago. The one you can do something about is your backpack.
The specific clothes for the Camino de Santiago don't matter as much as the main ideas: keep it light weight, quick drying, and cool.