Whale watching in Baja is a magical and beautiful experience, Here’s a little video showing you where and how to do it best. Enjoy!
Ever been camping in the desert? If not, Joshua Tree National Park is a great place to start.
Northern California’s mostly known for it’s wine. We got to love it for its roads. Check out the best way of karting Simraceway in Sonoma County.
Cold water surfing is a love/hate relationship, and we’re not sure that we fall on the love side of the fence. From surfing Tofino in a wetsuit came this amusing little video, Enjoy!
Here’s our 2014 catch up in a nice little video bundle. We hope you’ve enjoyed our year in travel 2014, consider joining us next year!
We forgot it was Thanksgiving, but the folks in Astoria made sure we’d remember this one forever.
What is Home for a Travel Blogger? It’s a tough question to answer. Today I found that answer for myself in the most unlikeliest of places.
A list of tested areas for camping in the Dominican Republic. Camping here will allow you to visit the island on a budget with a gazillion star rating ;)
How far can 100 USD get you? It took me pretty far and on a lot of adventures. Check out our WTAB 100 Dollar Challenge video!
It’s all fun and games until someone gets stuck in the mud. Then it’s a circus riot. All about our misadventures on the way to the Aguas Blancas waterfalls!
The tropics is all about sun, ocean, and sazón! But if you’ve gotten your fill, think about a retreat to the Dominican Alps before buying a ticket out.
Crystal blue water, endless desert, amazing surf and more. The South West of the Dominican Republic is full of beauty.
Not every Dominican Republic Horseback Riding Adventure is this epic. Read all about our good times and see what makes this one so special.
Getting into a sticky situation is one thing, getting into a sticky situation in the middle of nowhere is an entirely different story.
You don’t want to break the bank! And you don’t have to; let us show you the best way to visit Saltos de Limón for under $5USD per person.
When you think of a breakdown on the road, you usual think of the car breaking down, not the driver.