Exploring Glen Echo Park

Exploring Glen Echo Park

In its heyday, Glen Echo Park was a bustling amusement park. But that was more than half a century ago. Now, seemingly untouched by time, Glen Echo Park is a surreal place to visit. Walking in, you feel as though you’re stepping onto the set of a movie based in the early 20th century. Even Read Post

The Monetary Cost of Traveling Full-Time

Tara in Kampot, Cambodia

Recently, I posed a question to our readers: Do you think we spent more money while traveling or living in Washington, DC? My original intention for this follow-up post was to disprove a theory that I continuously heard prior to and throughout our trip: that full-time travel is expensive and beyond one’s reach. Since I Read Post

Top Gifts for Travelers

Gift Box

We’re huge advocates of giving practical gifts. Not only does it guarantee use, but it also shows the receiver that you thought about their passions and want to support them. But it’s not always easy to find the best of what’s out there for every person on your list. So for those who are still Read Post

Recipe: Thai-Style Pumpkin Curry

Thai-Style Pumpkin Curry

Not sure what to do with that extra can of pumpkin sitting in your cabinet? Or perhaps you want to bring a unique dish to a Thanksgiving potluck? We have you covered! This recipe won’t overwhelm you with pumpkin flavor, but it does add a nice element to traditional coconut milk curry – and will Read Post

Thailand for the Architecture Lover


When friends and family tell me they’ve never traveled to Asia before, I typically recommend Thailand as their first stop. It’s a great introductory country to the region because it will likely cause little or no culture shock for Westerns. Tourism has been a huge part of Thailand for years, which makes some of the most Read Post