We just embarked on a 24 day trip around the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico. Unspoiled beaches with lapping turquoise and emerald green waters paired with ancient Mayan ruins and of course delicious food allowed us to really enjoy our beach excursion to the Caribbean (while temperatures plummeted to the teens in our hometown of Asheville,Continue reading “Traveling the Yucatan Peninsula”
Sitting 4500 m (17,763 ft) up in the sky is Mardi Himal base camp. Offering views over the Himalayan Mountain peaks in Nepal. We completed this Mardi Himal Trek in January 2020 after traveling around Asia for a few months. On the final stretch to base camp, we arose early in the morning to seeContinue reading “Mardi Himal Trek”
We can’t believe it’s been a year already since we first flew across the world to Asia. Our journey across boarders taught us not only about different cultures and people around the world but also about ourselves and what is within. We basically just looked at each other one day and said we were doingContinue reading “Backpacking Around Asia”
A sleepy little island off of Cambodia’s coast, Koh Rong Sanloem felt like a peaceful vacation from our vacation.
What’s up fam! Dropping in for some insight into our incredible journey at Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument in Utah. A highly underrated 1 million acre area that is very sadly being decreased in size by our government. It’s definitely a must see sooner rather than later! We took a road trip out there in MayContinue reading “Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument”
Hey fam! We absolutely love North Carolina, so much that we decided to move up from Florida to call it home. This post is about one of our first hikes we completed together in North Carolina- Mt. Mitchell Trail (~5.6 miles). Mt. Mitchell is the highest peak at 6684ft east of the Mississippi River, soContinue reading “Mt. Mitchell, North Carolina”
Hey guys! This one is for our Central Florida fam. If you’re in the area this is a kayak trip you should definitely check out! This run is 8 miles down Wekiva River and took us about 6 hours. It’s downstream so paddling is minimum which makes it really enjoyable, but you do need twoContinue reading “Rock Springs Run Kayak Trip”