Tag: wanderlust

How To Travel Well on a Budget
Travel Tips

How To Travel Well on a Budget

Let’s be honest here, who doesn’t want to travel more? I know I do. Always have, always will. Ever since my first trip to Jordan 16 years ago, I’ve known that I want travel to be a constant part of my life. There’s just one problem, I’m not rich. How […]

How to Pack Like an Expert for Long-Term Travel
Travel Tips

How to Pack Like an Expert for Long-Term Travel

We’re off! Six weeks in Mexico, maybe more. It’s agonizing trying to decide what to take, but I finally packed everything in my Osprey Porter 46 and a small tote bag. Joe managed to get six weeks of gear into a Jansport school backpack (I’m jealous!) He’s never been on […]

Why Florida State Parks are an Outstanding Bargain
United States Travel

Why Florida State Parks are an Outstanding Bargain

Why head to Florida’s state parks when there are almost 1,200 miles of coastline to visit? The answer is, because you will find nature everywhere, an uncrowded atmosphere, and excellent facilities for camping. We had no intention of exploring the state parks before we arrived in Florida last week, but […]

Spirits of the Rapahannock
Nature Lovers, United States Travel, Virginia

Spirits of the Rapahannock

Okay it’s just over a month before we leave Virginia for good and start travelling full-time. All of a sudden I feel this need to try to see as much as I can over the next few weeks. This sense of urgency just appeared out of nowhere and that feeling […]

Saying Goodbye to Shenandoah
United States Travel, Virginia

Saying Goodbye to Shenandoah

As we work the last few weeks of our jobs, sell off our possessions and prepare for our travels, it’s been difficult to practice the yogic principles of aparigrah (non-grasping) and santosha (contentment). We are at an important intersection in life. The road ahead is full of travel plans and change. The road behind […]

Ravenna, Italy’s Arian Baptistry
History & Archaeology, Italy, Photo Highlight

Ravenna, Italy’s Arian Baptistry

Few Places stand out among my travels as much as the inspiring historic mosaics of Ravenna, Italy. Although I spent only a single day in Ravenna, I managed to view almost every ancient church that boasted a set of Byzantine Mosaics. Ravenna’s history goes all the way back to the […]