Penang was our first island stop on our big trip! We were so happy to be greeted with so much art, history, and hospitality. Our Georgetown “must-dos” are:
After eating our way through Kuala Lumpur, we decided to take the 4 hour bus ride to Cameron Highlands for some outdoor adventure. We’re so glad we did! We had the best day exploring Cameron Highlands with our guide, Appu, from Discover Camerons, a free-lance tour company in the Highlands. Appu filled our day with, Read More
As we planned our time in Southeast Asia, we decided to start in Malaysia because it was the cheapest connection between India and Bangkok. We read good reviews, but didn’t know much about the destination. Luckily, our first stop, Kuala Lumpur, ruled. After our exhausting time in India, “KL”, had just what we needed: delicious, Read More
After leaving Delhi, we departed on our Golden Triangle road trip to Agra and Jaipur. During this road trip, we entrusted our lives to our driver, Raj, who we had a love/hate relationship with (more to come). Our road trip was a roller coaster ride… here are the highs and lows.
Our favorite activity while in Delhi was our Old Delhi Food Tour with India Food Tours. This husband and wife duo knows how to get down with the street food in Delhi. Raj (said husband) guided us through some of the best and longest standing street food stops in the Old Delhi neighborhood., Read More
Heading into our trip, we were most nervous about visiting Delhi. Everything we read online about Delhi belly, sensory overload, and questionable sanitation left us wary about what we were walking into. But what is the point in quitting your job to travel the world if you’re not going to get out of your, Read More
After becoming obsessed with Cape Town, we hopped in our little white rental car with our friends Jeff and Catherine to take on the Garden Route drive. This scenic route took us from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth where we were able to catch our flight to Johannesburg for safari. Our drive was full, Read More
When offered a stop in Dubai on the way to India as part of Emirates layover program, we couldn’t say no. The idea of visiting a place that you can hear the call to prayer as you’re walking into the world’s tallest building or world’s largest mall was intriguing to say the least., Read More