Where is your favorite place?
This is by far our most frequently asked question. And it’s an impossible one to answer because each destination is so vastly different from the next, special in its own way! We’ll give it a go, though…
When it comes to cities, New York City is the greatest in the world. That’s an easy one. Paris is a distant second place. We also love Budapest and Florence!
Our favorite island is Bali. And then probably Puerto Rico.
The Scottish Highlands, the Norwegian fjords, and Iguazu Falls are some of the most naturally stunning places we’ve seen.
California is obviously home to the most beautiful beaches in the world. And no, we’re not even a little biased.
Other honorable mentions are Stockholm, Glasgow, and Hopkins (a super-friendly village in Belize).
Which countries have you traveled to?
Indonesia, Singapore, Taiwan, Thailand
Austria, Belgium, Czech Republic, Denmark, England, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Hungary, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Netherlands, Northern Ireland, Norway, Russia, Scotland, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Vatican City
Canada, México, United States
Central America & the Caribbean
Bahamas, Belize, Costa Rica, Dominican Republic, El Salvador, Puerto Rico
Argentina, Perú, Uruguay
In total, we’ve visited 40 countries. We still have some work to do…
What’s your favorite part about traveling?
These days, it’s so easy to sit at home, watch the news, and frown at how terrible and evil the world seems.
But when you travel, above all else, you discover one truth: the world is not a bad place. The experiences that await, just on the other side of the unknown, are infinite, and they are beautiful.
Traveling allows you a new perspective on your life, the people around you, and how other people choose to live their lives. And that’s the most important thing. Because of traveling, we’ve grown into better, kinder, more understanding human beings. And now we know that if you want to lead a happy life, you must open your mind.
Traveling is not simply the trips you go on. Traveling is the people you meet. The moments and the laughter you share. The jitters and the discomfort you feel. The things you learn. The food you eat. The stunning landscapes you see. The cities you strut. Traveling is everything. And as cliché as it is, it really is not at all; “To travel is to live.”
Where are you going next?
Trips to Peru, Colombia, Napa Valley, and Mexico are up next!
Where do you want to travel to most?
We’d love to visit Japan, India, Brazil, Iceland, and South Korea.
What camera do you use?
We shoot all of our travel photos with a Canon Rebel T5i.
How can you afford to travel so much?
It’s as simple as this: we made traveling a priority. We worked our way through university, and put about 90% of our savings toward travel. Here are some of our best money-saving tips to travel the world!
However nowadays, as travel bloggers, we partner with exciting brands to bring you inspiring content within the realms of travel, adventure, and food.
How can you travel so much, while still in school?
Winter break is six weeks, spring break is one week, summer break is three months, and Thanksgiving break is also about one week. That’s 17 weeks of the year that we always dedicate to traveling! And sometimes, if we’re feeling naughty, we skip classes here and there, in an attempt to cure our insatiable wanderlust.
Being a student is an invalid excuse for not traveling. And the same goes for having a job. Get out there and see the world!
Have another question? Feel free to leave a comment or contact us!