• Europe
  • Romantic Bruges, Belgium: Adorable Things to do in Bruges in Winter

    Horse drawn carriages in front of the Christmas Market in stunning Markt Square: Brugges, Belgium in winter.

    Bruges, Belgium is the most ridiculously romantic little medieval town in Europe ever. You can barely take a step without being swept off your feet by swans, horse-drawn carriages, chocolate shops, little lace shops, and other insanely cutesy things worthy of a bad romance novel. It’s enough to make even the most unromantic couples feel a little bit frilly. Here’s our list of the most adorable things to do in Bruges in winter for couples!

  • Accommodation Reviews
  • Hostels in Colombia: Where to Stay … & Where NOT to Stay!

    The hostels in Colombia are some of the best in South America. But which hostels should you stay in, and which should you skip? We went backpacking in Colombia for a month. These are our best Colombian hostel recommendations.

    During our month of backpacking, we slept in a LOT of beds in Colombia, and stayed at at a LOT of different hostels. From cramped party hostels to isolated hilltop retreats, it seemed like no two hostels in Colombia were the same. To make things easier for you, dear reader, we’ve come up with the best list of hostels in Colombia: where to stay, and where NOT to stay!

  • Europe
  • Copenhagen Castles: A Self-Guided Day Trip from Copenhagen

    Fairytale Castles in Copenhagen: A Self-Guided Day Trip

    Searching for Copenhagen castles, we found many group tours that were way out of our budget! But where there is an expensive group tour, there is usually a cheaper, self-guided DIY way. Here’s how to see Frederiksborg Castle and Kronberg Castle (the setting of Shakepseare’s Hamlet) in one day! Visiting the Copenhagen castles is one of the best and cheapest day trips from Copenhagen.

  • Booze Travel
  • Argentina Wine Tasting & Ridiculous History with Mendoza Wine Camp

    Wine Tasting in Mendoza, Argentine with Mendoza Wine Camp. Learn about ridiculous history and drink a TON of wine on this fantastic tour of the Lujan de Cuyo wine valley!

    On our first day in Mendoza, while tasting 21 wines, paired with 9 carefully matched courses of food, and touring 4 gorgeous wineries, we may have accidentally fallen (or drunkenly tripped) head over heels for wine! But surprisingly, it wasn’t the copious wine or the amazing food that made this tour one-of-a-kind. It was a sort of quirky, twisted historical edge that we’ve never encountered before in a wine tour.