Best B&Bs, boutique hotels we have stayed in
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Traveling full-time and traveling with a full-time job are two separate worlds. We find ourselves in the latter category and happen to love squeezing travel into our lifestyle. There is often a ton of prior research involved before we hit the … Read More

A cheat sheet for beaches in Menorca
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The lady at the specialty store in Son Bou may have led us to our second best discovery in all of Menorca. A dessert called Terrina de helado elaborada con queso d.o. Mahon. This creme brûlée-like dessert is prepared with Spanish … Read More

An oasis in the heart of Mexico City: Xochimilco
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We’ve been out of action on the blog but that’s no excuse to not spread some travel cheer. So, we’re starting off where we left, on a fresh note – with the same enthusiasm and excitement about documenting our travels. … Read More

72 Hours in New Mexico
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North America’s National parks and monuments never cease to amaze us. Which is why, although traveling domestically can be expensive and time-consuming, the country’s otherworldly landscapes compensate for the pocket pinch. Thankfully, most national parks are connected via multiple airports. This … Read More

An unforgettable two-hour long brunch at Indian Accent
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Recently, one of our friends on Instagram asked us if we would travel just for the love of food? For us, that was an immediate yes! Being vegetarians, we have traveled to places like the Faroe Islands, Portugal and Japan … Read More

Feeding our veggie bellies in Japan
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During our visit to Japan, there were instances when the food was so exceptional that we nearly considered moving there. How could a steaming bowl of miso broth, with a generous helping of noodles paired with thinly sliced greens, cabbage, … Read More

10 tips from our ten days in Japan
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Until we visited the island nation of Japan, I could barely imagine the idea of a perfect world. Most of what we had heard and read of Japan seemed too good to be true, but it all fell into place … Read More

Chasing magical sakura in Japan
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I spent a good part of March’18 keeping tabs on the state of the weather in Japan. Planning to visit Japan during spring, when plenty of other travelers flock to see the cherry blossom (sakura) blooms, involved calculated guesswork. Unwilling … Read More

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