Six years ago we coined the term “beercation.” Though this term came as the result of one singular trip, over time, we have found ourselves traveling to a location for the sole purpose of enjoying the local breweries (like we did in Denver last year). Rehoboth Beach, Delaware, is one of the locations we visited during Read Post
From America to Europe, Africa, India, Southeast Asia, and beyond, posts here provide a glimpse into specific cities, countries and the adventures you can have while there.
The blooming of the cherry blossom trees in Washington, D.C., may be the most spectacular time of year to visit the U.S. capital. Marking the beginning of spring, the annual National Cherry Blossom Festival is a four-week-long celebration that includes events like a parade, Japanese street festival, and fireworks display. All the festivities commemorate the Read Post
The scale of cost versus experience is calibrated a little differently for all travelers. When we visited Singapore a couple years ago, we Couchsurfed with two amazing couples. As a result, our time in Singapore averaged out to being some of the least expensive days we’ve ever spent traveling. Even so, we still longingly looked Read Post
Want a picture inside an X-Wing fighter? What about photos next to a TIE fighter and storm troopers? For those booking travel through Singapore until January 5, 2016, you could make these two possibilities a reality. Changi Airport has made it fairly easy to experience both installations, even if you just have a layover. We Read Post
Colorado’s Beer Triangle, also known as the Napa Valley of beer, consists of Denver, Boulder and Fort Collins. This area towers above most in the United States with its sheer number of craft breweries, totaling 130. Within the whole state of Colorado, though, there are 235 craft breweries, according to the Brewers Association’s 2014 statistics. Read Post