Our first safari in Africa in the Ngorongoro Crater with andBeyond spoiled us silly. We had no idea what to expect when it came to actually “going on safari.” In fact, Lindsay even looked up the literal definition to make sure we knew what we were doing. The meaning? An expedition to observe animals in […]
Happy New Year! As we went through our past year of travel videos, we decided to make a bloopers video. We found some moments that were, well, imperfect at best. But hey, we like imperfections. It keeps things interesting. And funny! We were blessed to have such an adventurous 2012 eating, playing, and loving around […]
Wild times ensued on our first African safari at Ngorongoro Crater, Tanzania. Eating breakfast with zebras. Chatting with a Maasai warrior about his battle scars. Catching lions snuggling post-lovemaking session. Spotting baby lion cubs hanging from their mother’s neck. Making jokes with Vicki, our expert safari guide (and one of Tanzania’s first female guides)… After […]
From learning how to bargain in the Masai Market to getting kissed by a baby giraffe, Nairobi offers so much more than what meets than eye.
We played hard in Louisville, from betting on horses at the races to zip lining to Hell.
We were in Louisville, Kentucky for two reasons — to attend Maker’s Mark’s 2012 Cocktail Party and to visit the Bourbon Trail. As luck would have it, day two on the bourbon trail was Election Day — a DRY day in the state of Kentucky!
Istanbul, the New York City of Turkey, was a humbling experience for both of us. This 72 Hours in Istanbul, Turkey video reveals our best and worst times in the city. Lanee flips out at a boat tour company who promised one thing and delivered another and Lindsay confesses that Istanbul was a circus of […]
Punkin’ chunkin’, corn ear shooting, and pumpkin donuts? Meet Spokane, Washington during the fall harvest. It’s a place where you can be a kid again – from sliding down a shoot into a “sand box” of dried peas and getting lost in a human-size hay maze to tasting wine from the barrel out of a […]
We came face-to-clam with the world’s largest burrowing clam – geoduck – in Bellingham, Washington at Taylor Shellfish. It was hands down the most bizarre, x-rated food we’ve experienced traveling to date…
Getting ready for a trip to Africa takes planning and preparation. Two of the most important things to consider: 1) getting your required visas, and 2) getting the necessary vaccines and malaria prevention medication. Here’s a little video of our experience with those two. Read on for more about getting visas and vaccines for foreign […]