Wishing you all lovers of the world a Happy Valentine’s Day! Not that I care about this holiday in specific, to be honest. But any excuse is good enough to get two people who love each other together. There’s nothing more beautiful in this world than to love and be … more »
The United States of America and Canada.
Even though Mexico is indeed North-America too, for the purposes of this site it has been listed under Latin America.
This is the most extraordinary place we have ever stayed at. You’d think you might have to “rough it up” a little to spend the night in a tree house, but this was not the case… Skye, the artist behind this tree-house near Volcanoes National Park, in Hawaii, is … more »
Dude… is it AM or PM?! [a random disoriented guy asked, the first time we went to the Tenderloin] We walked around the Tenderloin neighborhood for the first time back in 2013. We didn’t know it was a thing. I had no idea it was considered as one of … more »
Once upon a time, Ricardo and Maria, a geologist and an artist based in California, decided to change their lives and move to Hawaii. There, they created a home which they eventually opened up to visitors. And thus the Bed & Breakfast Hale Kai Hawaii was born. When someone … more »
On a recent trip to Maui, Hawaii, we decided to try stand-up paddle for the first time. We wanted to do some water related activities but, at the same time, go for something new. We came across Makena Paddle Tours and decided to have them organize one of the most … more »
It’s not a myth: San Francisco is as hilly as they say. As I walk down the hill we are living in, up in the Eureka Valley, the world around me seems to change. Up there, there are days when you wake up inside the clouds, that do not allow … more »
After more than 24 hours flying across continents, arriving to a beautiful comfortable hotel is a treat. But if you’re welcomed by a smiley person and French macarons at reception, then it’s even better! This is how we reached The Payne Mansion in San Francisco’s Sutter Street. A stunning building … more »
There is no other place on earth that I have seen more empty spaces with breathtaking vistas than the USA. This big continental country has some of the most mind blowing views that the world can offer. Welcome to Glacier National Park. With rivers, lakes, mountains, and forests to keep … more »
The freezing temperatures in Santiago de Chile right now remind me of the road-trip we took last year in the USA. It was all sunny and bright in California, but the moment we drove to Glacier National Park in Montana, that changed! It was spring and the sun was clearly … more »
As someone who runs a travel blog exchange, I come across new blogs everyday. But it is not everyday that I stop and read through them with such interest and find myself to be amazed. This has happened recently when I stumbled upon Curb Free with Cory Lee. Cory is … more »