The Slow Boat to Laos

A theme we often hear in travel is “try something new”. Whether it’s food, culture or activities, you find yourself consistently in this mindset, applying it to all aspects of your journey. In this particular case, an obscure form of transportation happened to present itself and we found ourselves ready to hop aboard. Anyone that…

Lessons from Traveling 3 Days In Poland

While traveling long term, you are bound to experience some laps on the symbolic roller coaster.  Despite what social media would have you believe, not every moment traveling the world is awesome. When you’re “up” there’s nothing that can bring you down, and it feels as if the ride will stay at the peak forever….

10 Ways We Survived Oktoberfest With Only A Slight Hangover

Thinking about going to Oktoberfest?! PROST! Oktoberfest is awesome and so are you! Strap in, it’s a wild ride and certainly lives up to the hype as one of the most legendary annual events around the world. Here are 10 ways we survived Oktoberfest with only a slight hangover and helpful tips to stumble your…

The Journey

  Follow our footsteps through 5 continents and 23 countries by means of flying, walking, driving, taxis, buses, tuk-tuks, vans, sleeper buses, camper vans, trains, slow boats, long tail boats, speed boats, ferries, hitchhiking, motorbikes, back of pickup trucks, cargo vans, bicycles, dune buggies, sandboards, skateboards, hiking, swimming, cliff jumping, climbing, kayaking and canyoning. Want…

Around the World – Inside the Numbers

  This post is all about the numbers… Check out the facts behind our journey around the globe! WHO WE MET We met people from 67 countries, covering over one third of the world’s nations, including Argentina, Armenia, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Bermuda, Bolivia, Brazil, Bulgaria, Cambodia, Canada, Chile, China, Colombia, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Denmark, Ecuador,…

One Year Later

One year ago, we spent the last of 400 days of travel by treating ourselves to a Hilton Hotel and a steak dinner. What awaited me back home was totally unknown, and wasn’t even contemplated in my head. Travel had taught, or forced me, to live in the moment. And I mean really live in…

W42ST Magazine featuring the Bros Around The Globe

Click the link below to read the article on the Bros Around The Globe in the January 2018 issue of W42ST featuring stories of inspiration and change.  The piece was written by Ruth Walker. WE LEFT OUR JOBS TO TRAVEL THE WORLD

Dear Anthony

Dear Anthony, I’m currently sitting in the back of a bus next to a Buddhist monk somewhere in southern Laos. It feels like I’m a million miles away from home, in distance, surroundings and in comfort, but for some reason as I stare out the window at the bright full moon in the sky, I…

Italy Budget Update – How We Spent $57 per Day

Traveling throughout Italy for 6 weeks in the peak season of August must be crazy expensive.  This is something that most people would think, but it all depends on how you travel.  Are you looking to enter every museum?  Do you need to stay in 4 star hotels, and eat at 4 star restaurants for…

New Friends in New Places

Through my experiences after two months on the road,  I quickly learned the people you encounter in the locations you visit will leave a lasting impression just as much as the destination itself.  These new friends you meet can greatly enhance your time spent somewhere and will leave you with memories you won’t forget.  Experiencing…

Facing Hardship on the Road

Life on the road provides us with unrivaled adventures we can only experience by taking the leap to start our journey.  But what will we miss from our familiar lives? Upon departing for a trip into the unknown we try to be conscious of the sacrifices we’ve made and the life moments back home that…

My Experience of 42 Days in Italia

Early on in the process of researching and prepping for traveling around the world long term, Nick and I decided that we would make a point to visit Italy first, and would plan to spend at least a month there.  Being that we are both Italian Americans who have never been to Italy, it only…