14th Feb

TWD: A Most Special Valentine’s Day Abroad

By the time you read this, we’ll be on our way to Panama. I don’t say this to rub it in, although I’d recommend NOT checking the weather in Panama if you’re anywhere in the American northeast. I say this because of how far we’ve come since one year ago today.

12th Feb
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An Evening at Japan’s Matsumoto Castle

Our second stop in Japan after spending a few days in Tokyo was a small city called Matsumoto in Nagano prefecture. It’s famous for Matsumoto Castle, the oldest castle still standing in Japan. Matsumoto Castle dates back more than 400 years, and I was lucky enough to spend an evening walking around the profoundly beautiful […]

07th Jan

Nepal’s Learning House: Where Education Lives

Nepal will always have a special place in our hearts. There, we had the opportunity to volunteer at a Buddhist monastery to teach English through Alliance Nepal. It was during this experience we realized the need for better education opportunities for the Nepali children. Now, Pokhara will very its very own Learning House.

05th Jan

Tsukiji: The Fishiest Market On Earth

Most people on earth believe there is a fundamental and quantifiable number that defines, either in kilograms or pounds, how much fish one should eat in a day. This number is, or at least should be, some sort of fraction. For example, according to this website that I don’t trust all that much (though it […]