When traveling the world with your children, one of the rarest treasures is time alone.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, please enjoy these four million words about the great Czech capital wrapped up in a neat little four minute package.
On our first day in India, we climbed aboard a couple rickshaws to explore the narrow crowed streets of Old Delhi. We had been offered many rickshaw rides all over Asia and had always refused them, thinking they were either a waste of money or “that’s what tourists do” (though we are tourists of course, we […]
Wat Arun, the Temple of Dawn, rises over Bangkok’s Chao Phraya River, theoretically catching the first morning light that hits the city (before all the skyscrapers were built). It is still the most eye catching site on any water taxi ride up the river. Wat Arun is one of over 31,000 Buddhist temples spread across Thailand. […]
When traveling for a whole year, we like to find apartments that give us the experience of actually living someplace — as opposed to being tourists in hotels. In Tokyo, a series of random google searches and obscure links led us to a small (normal by Japanese standards) two-bedroom apartment in a part of town […]
Moray is an archeological site in the Sacred Valley of Peru that looks something like a crop circle. From the top ring to the bottom ring there is a temperature difference of roughly 15 degrees Celsius. It is speculated that the Incans used the site to experiment with different types of agriculture at different elevations. For […]