Tag: travel memoir

#TRLT Tuesday Traveller – JOE BAUR

For today’s #TRLT Tuesday Traveller I am happy to present you with avid traveller Joe Baur! Thank you again, Joe, for taking the time for our #TRLT interview. Joe is a car-free travel writer and filmmaker who likes to find everything from neighborhoods to countries off the tourist trek. Besides […]

Czech Republic Photo Essay

Though we only stayed in Czech Republic eight days, we left with so many great memories. This was one of the first countries we visited with my best friend, Terri, when she joined us on our family adventure in the summer of 2006. We stayed in Podebrady with […]

croatia

Croatia Photo Essay

We visited Croatia so many years ago on our family’s crazy four year adventure around the world. I think it was actually the SHORTEST stay in any country of that trip but that had nothing to do with our lack or interest. We stopped for a night in […]

Cote d’Ivoire Photo Essay

During our four-year journey around the world, we backpacked as a family down the West Coast of Africa. From Liberia, we crossed a slow-flowing river in a dugout canoe into Cote d’Ivoire AKA Ivory Coast. We spent four days travelling via local transport along the coast to reach […]

PENTAHOTELS and an Announcement

I have an exciting new announcement to make at the end of this article but before I do, I want to give a special shout out thank you to Pentahotels for making my birthday extra special two weeks ago. As you all know, The Road Less Travelled (#TRLT) Twitter […]

Congo

Congo

We passed through Congo in just a few days. Despite a short visit, Congo made a lasting impression. A country full of barbed-wire, armed guards and police in the streets, patrols, dirt roads, river crossings, smiling children running next to our trucks, vast landscapes, bug bites and my […]