Re-entry to whatever you used to call home after years of world travel can be a bitch. There’s no better way to deal with the experience than to just rip it off like a bandaid and hope the wound underneath doesn’t re-rip too.
After spending the last year and a half in Southeast Asia, and also Europe (mostly France), our recent return to the U.S. felt… strange. We recognized this feeling, this sense of disorientation, as mild culture shock, which, I might point out, had nothing to do with the fact that we happened to arrive when a […]
The 2016 U.S. presidential election has come to its final, shocking conclusion, and Americans around the globe will need to live with the results.
If “distance makes the heart grow fonder,” then what happens to the heart when it stays in constant, close proximity to loved ones? Does it grow colder and more hostile? I would find out.
Slow travel basically means staying at a single location long enough to savor it, whether that be for one week or three months. It means experiencing all you want in a place, at the comfort of your own pace. Often, it is as much about the journey as it is the destination, making adventuring by […]