Journey Jabber 005: Why Traveling Doesn’t Stop When You Have Kids

In this episode of Journey Jabber, I interview Cam Wears of travelingcanucks.com. Cam and his wife Nicole have led lives chock-full of travel since before they even met each other. After meeting and getting married, they quit their jobs and traveled the world for over a year. These days, they’ve traded in their backpacks for […]

The Cliffs of Insanity – The Cliffs of Moher

Ireland is nearly bursting with natural beauty. It seems that every time you twist your head left or right, there’s a mountain vista dappled with sun from low-hanging clouds, or a rainbow stretching over lush green hillsides, or a waterfall rolling off a mountainside and into a clear, strong stream with hordes of fluffy white […]

Living the Life More Passionate with Dave and Deb of ThePlanetD.com

Just a quick note on todays interview: this was originally going to be a podcast, but Deb had put all of her interview emails into one folder, cruised through them, and it wasn’t till after working on this one for over 40 mintues that she remembered it was for the podcast. So, rather than let […]

Perfectly Simple Southampton, England

We didn’t spend much time in England, and perhaps we didn’t give the country its due diligence. We were there less than a week total, and most of it was spent around London. “Don’t judge England by London”, we were told more than once

Can One Word Sum Up All of London?

Can one word – just one simple word, sum up all of the history and majesty of London?

Journey Jabber 004: How to Start Budgeting for Travel with Matt Kepnes

In this episode of Journey Jabber, I interview Matt Kepnes of NomadicMatt.com. Matt’s been on the road for the better part of six years, and has done a great job of living a life that most of us think only exist in the minds of Hollywood screenwriters. He’s been all over the world, from taking […]

The Sete Cidades of Sao Miguel – The Azores

Right off the bat here, this “Sete Cidades” and its crazy name leads to some confusion. If you start looking around on the internet for “sete cidades” you’ll find it described as a “a civil parish in the center of the municipality of Ponta Delgada”, whatever that means.