Our love of old houses had its start in New Orleans. With the ink still drying on our university diplomas, we couldn’t believe our luck at finding our first jobs in The Big Easy.
Sunday morning is the perfect time to explore any new city. The tranquility makes it easy to see the bones of the place without the people, traffic, and workaday commotion – and there’s no better way to do it than on foot.
It’s 1968, and on a steep hillside in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, kids at the university are dreaming of playing on their expanded soccer field …
When Plovdiv, Bulgaria pinged our radar we expected a hilltop old town, Roman Ruins, and Byzantine architecture – and this vibrant city definitely delivered. But the best surprise was “The Unexpected” …
In all our years of travel we’ve learned that no matter where we are on the globe, we can rarely predict what’s going to come out of a child’s mouth … especially if we’re holding a camera. And there’s the joy.
One of the best benefits of blogging is the people we meet. And this past year we’ve met so many of you – both virtually and in person, at home and abroad. What a joy!
We love starting a new year, and nothing sparks an ear-to-ear grin faster than a chat about where we’d like to go next. So what is it about travel that makes us smile?
After 5 years of blogging, we realize that when it comes to post popularity, there’s always the roulette effect: posts that we hope will be popular aren’t, and vice versa. Well, the wheel has stopped spinning for 2015, and here are our top 10 posts for the year.