Our Latest Stories

Golden Thrills in Huacachina, Peru
with 12 Comments

“You want to hear the story about Huacachina?” I wasn’t sure what to expect from this lady who approached me, saying that she’s a direct descendant of the Incas. Since it’s important to be open-minded, I nodded. “Sure!” I smiled … Read More

In Bergamo, when it drizzles…
with 22 Comments

According to the weather app, it’s sunny here in Bergamo, I said. Outside, the rain was pouring down on a bunch of black umbrellas moving forward on the Via Bartolomeo Colleoni.   Kerstin opened the window and gazed out as if … Read More

The Salar de Uyuni: Where Heaven Meets Earth
with 24 Comments

  White. An endless ivory carpet stretching for miles and miles up to the horizon. ¿Puede bajar la ventana por favor? Richard nods and opens the badly tinted window on my right side. I put my face out to breathe in the … Read More

Lesbian Travelers: Steph & Kaitlin from Lez See the World
with No Comments

Canada is one of the gay-friendliest country in the world. So when we connected with Steph and Kaitlin, a married lesbian couple of travelers from Canada, we decided to interview them. Being full time travelers since 2016, here are their … Read More

Prickles and pigments… in Nazca, Peru
with 12 Comments

We were driving past a cactus field in Nazca when our guide suddenly pulled over the vehicle. Come, I want to show you something, he said. The other couple in the car seemed to hesitate for a moment, but the … Read More

Lesbian Travelers: Jennifer and Laura from The Rainbow Route
with 2 Comments

Jennifer is a lesbian from Vancouver, exploring the world and blogging about her travel adventures around the globe with her wife Laura, as well as LGBTQ and gluten-free travels on her blog “The Rainbow Route“. We’re delighted to share Jennifer’s … Read More

Luxembourg: our country from the perspectives of travelers
with 23 Comments

  Oh you girls are from Luxembourg! Rich kids living in a financial paradise, huh?! For a moment, we thought that the lady was going to charge us double for our night in Brancion, just because we’re from Luxembourg!   … Read More

Lesser-Known Towns in Europe for Weekend Getaways
with 25 Comments

Why don’t you like to visit the major European cities? My sister seemed confused when I told her that we prefer to spend our weekends in smaller and lesser-known towns in Europe. It’s not that we don’t like metropolises. Rome, … Read More

LGBTQ Pride Parades
with 18 Comments

The other day, someone asked us what the LGBTQ Pride Parade really means to us. Is it just an exuberant festival or a political march? And are Pride Parades still important to us, now that we’re legally married?   Before … Read More

Travel (mis)adventures in London
with 26 Comments

  This morning I received a travel newsletter about the ten best capitals in Europe. London is one of them. The article features some breathtaking pictures of London, which made me decide to spend our next city trip in the … Read More

My Luxembourg City – Part II
with 32 Comments

  Oh you’re from Luxembourg? The waiter looked surprised, and quickly added: but it’s such a small country! Well, Luxembourg might be small, my friend replied, but the country’s still big enough for Mei to fit in there! I burst … Read More

Lesbian Travelers: Estelle and Jenny from Two Nomad Girls
with 12 Comments

Estelle and Jenny are a lesbian couple based in Paris, who’s been feeding our wanderlust with their travel photos on Instagram for some time now. Today, we’re honored to share the story of these “Two Nomad Girls” with you!   … Read More

Tracking Leonardo da Vinci: from Vinci to Anchiano in Tuscany
with 30 Comments

  Oh so you want to become a painter like Leonardo da Vinci, huh? A ridiculous question that someone asked me many years ago, when I said that I wanted to study art. It popped up in my mind again … Read More

Travel Bloggers’ Favorite Hotels in Bolivia
with 31 Comments

Where to stay when exploring Bolivia?   Bolivia has been on our bucket list ever since we learned about Tiwanaku, one of the most important pre-Colombian sites in South America. This year, we’ll finally get to explore this country full … Read More

Lesbian Traveler: Leslie from Les Talk, More Travel
with 24 Comments

“Travel far enough, you meet yourself” – David Mitchell Travel lets you learn more about yourself, helps you build confidence and boost your self esteem. Traveling and living abroad certainly helped the both of us to come out years ago. … Read More

“All Religions are One”: at the Temple of Cao Dai in Cai Be, Vietnam
with 16 Comments

  We were touring in Vietnam’s Mekong Delta and heading south towards Cai Be. Although the weather was cloudy and murky, we vowed to see something once we arrived at the Floating Market. Our guide knew that a storm was coming… … Read More

Travel Bloggers’ Favorite Hotels in Peru
with 37 Comments

When planning a trip, we always make time to choose the perfect hotels before booking.   But how do you know if a hotel is good enough or not? Of course, we always browse through Tripadvisor and other hotel websites … Read More

Exploring the American Museum of Natural History in New York City
with 15 Comments

  Founded in 1869, the American Museum of Natural History in New York City sports a typical late 19th century Neo-Gothic architecture. At the main entrance on Central Park West, we look up at the equestrian statue of Theodore Roosevelt. … Read More

More Travel Stories