September 22, 2015

Irish tourism and The Wild Atlantic Way with Tour Guide Mary Phelan

Irish tourism has been a juggernaut in the travel industry and remains an international favorite, especially for U.S. Americans looking to discover their family roots. Mary Phelan, […]
September 21, 2015

On the Rise of Cycling Fatalities and Car Culture Gone Deadly

I don’t often take to sourcing a Facebook rant for, but today is a different day. Different in that I’m on my last full-day in […]
September 15, 2015

Karyn Locke Pleads Her Case For Adult Disney Travel

Disney travel for adults? Karyn Locke of says it can be done — easily. In her conversation with Joe, Karyn shares her tips for doing […]
September 14, 2015

Traveling Around Costa Rica’s Osa Peninsula in 16 Photos

Back in March Melanie and I joined her parents for a tour of Costa Rica’s western coast from the hippy beach town of Dominical through Uvita […]
September 10, 2015

Why It’s Impossible not to Love Antigua, Guatemala

We came into Antigua after a five-hour shuttle ride from El Tunco, El Salvador that included the obligatory bureaucratic wait at the Salvadoran-Guatemalan border. Inevitably Melanie and […]
September 8, 2015

Ukraine, Russia and a Dash of South Korea with Photographer Joey Stec

Photographer and travel writer Joey Stec of Stechouse Inc. shares his experiences working and living in Ukraine, Russia and South Korea. He talks about his disappointments […]