Where is that, you may ask? Well, when I first devised a replacement trip for our SECOND ATTEMPT at a Slovenian hiking excursion, I utilized the internets to ascertain that much of the Balkans, except for the countries we wanted to visit of course, were open to American citizens! … More 1st International Journey Since Beer Flu Hit… One Travels to Places Open to Degenerate Americans!
While the husband and I are not cool enough to drop our lives and careers in order to travel the world, what we are able to do is plan for retirement within the next ten years before either of us hits 50. … More Experimentation with St. Croix, USVI
The money flowing through Qatar is obvious before you even land at the airport. From the sky, you can see the intricate, man-made island. The skyscrapers litter the city scape. … More Doha, Qatar… Epitome of Opulence
Our final island of the trip was the smallest… Thinadhoo. This was the smallest island of the three, and one that sustains almost entirely off of tourism. … More Jaunt Through the Maldives (Pt. 3): Thinadhoo
Fuildhoo, the second island we stayed on, happened to be Athif’s home island. We certainly learned a lot about it because of that! One immediate difference we noticed upon arriving on Fulidhoo was how non-commercialized it was… … More Jaunt Through the Maldives (Pt. 2): Fulidhoo
As a means of escaping the November cold in Virginia, and just because the Maldives looked amazing, we booked a tour of some local islands of the Maldives on a whim. … More Jaunt Through the Maldives… (Pt. 1) – Maafushi