Tag: blogging

Northern Patagonia

In Puerto Montt we met up with Monse again to travel together through northern Patagonia for 10 days. She flew in in the morning and we immediately hopped on a 7-hour bus to Bariloche, Argentina. Bariloche is home to the largest ski resort in the southern hemisphere and […]

Recife to Salvador

Continuing with Ammon and Sasha: So apparently my early trip planning wasn’t all that great. We rerouted once before and suddenly found ourselves needing to reroute again. This time it was to add places and try to kill time. With talk of meeting up with people along the […]

8 Safety and Security Travel Tips

Normally each Tuesday a community of travellers, who now feel more like family after 3+ years of chatting each week, come together on #TRLT Twitter chat and INSPIRE! We share the best of the best stories and photos and leave each other with ever-growing bucket lists and wild travel dreams […]

The Ultimate REMOTE Journey

After more than a decade of intense and adventurous travels around the world, traversing overland and reaching corners many tourists will never set foot, I consider myself a remote travel expert. Having ventured from the great vastness of the Gobi Desert in Mongolia to circumnavigating Africa in a […]

8-Country, 8-Day Birthday Road Trip

For the past 13 years I have spent my birthday (June 14th) in a different country (except once) and it has become a birthday tradition. I have celebrated in China, Turkmenistan, Egypt, Canada, Holland, Namibia, Mauritius, Cape Verde, France, Peru and last year I did a “Birthday Blitz Road Trip” driving […]

Jordon Photo Essay

In 2006 after a short stop back home in Vancouver, Canada, Jordan was our second beginning of our trip around the world. With my dad and my first love in tow, we landed in the ancient city of Amman, Jordan and met back up with my brother Ammon […]

Jamaica

Jamaica Photo Essay

Jamaica was one of the very first trips Kees and I took after the big world journey we met on. It was a huge contrast for me having come from extreme, budget travel to my first-ever luxury resort. It was hard to comprehend. Jamaica was also the first-ever […]

An Excursion to Saint Kitts

By the most fun coincidence, my very best American friend, author and Dutch expat, Jessica Lipowski, ended her first book tour in the US, and launched into a relaxing Caribbean cruise at the exact same time we were on our honeymoon. By sheer luck Jessica happened to be […]