Studies show there are long-term effects from decreasing your exercise for even two weeks but that’s actually not why I try to run in every city and country we visit. I try to run because by running, I learn something about the people and culture that I can’t from a walking tour, a museum, or even a restaurant.Read More
If you are traveling to Machu Picchu, you’ll almost certainly fly through Lima. Rather than rushing through, we stayed in Lima for 5 nights, and highly recommend as much time in Lima as you can spare. Below are some tips to help you get the most out of your time in Lima.Read More
It was like having dinner with an old friend.
For years I have watched Anthony Bourdain use his writing and travel documentary style to bring the sights and sounds of far off places right into my home. His irreverent, sarcastic, and detailed style of describing what travel is really like served as a mentor to my travel style. He helped teach a boy from rural Iowa what travel is all about.Read More
I used to think I was a churro connoisseur. Then I went to Lima, Peru and learned my churro education was woefully deficient.
Let me back up. I once had a summer job where I needed to “make” churros…Read More
“Ya gotta have a guy.”
When I was first out of law school, I had a conversation with a colleague about everything that Keith and I didn’t have the knowledge or time to do in our condo. My colleague replied “Ya gotta have a guy.” As we continued to talk, I learned what he meant: Regardless of gender, you need someone who can fix whatever issue you’ve encountered.Read More
We started our 2018 round-the-world trip in Medellín, Colombia for several reasons, including my wanting to brush up my Spanish, both of us wanting a chance to decompress after a hectic eight weeks leading into our trip…Read More