I counted 10 vacations in 2012, making it a pretty good year adventure-wise. It also explains why I only have $0.8 in my savings account and a not-so-smart Nokia phone from 2009. Despite this, I couldn't resist going on one more adventure over Christmas to take..
Hello again Everest followers. I'm still daydreaming about the Himalayas and hope you decide to take the trip of a lifetime and experience the magic of the region as well. If you read through Part 1 of my Everest trek or browsed through photos..
Living abroad offers so many exciting experiences. Often, I walk out of my apartment and think to myself, "What on Earth is going on here?!" and those are the moments I live for. But, between the random firework displays at 7am or the levitating buses, there are times..
Here continues the tale of brave Amber, who climbed to Everest Base Camp. If you missed the first installment, check out part one of her Everest Base Camp hike.
Day 4: Namche Bazaar
As a way to ease us into to our newfound mountain lifestyle, day four was a day of..
This week's photo, courtesy of Dr. Jerome Boyd-Kirkup, is of Tenzing-Hillary Airport in Lukla, Nepal. Sitting at 2,860 m ( 9,383 ft) above sea level, this one-runway airport has been given the title of most dangerous airport in the world.
If you're afraid of flying..
'Check in, Chill out.'
That's the iconic message the Shanghai's Huangpu District (15 Dapu Lu, near Xujiahui Lu) overlooking some of the city's favorite sights including the Bund, Shanghai Oriental Sports Center and the spaceship-shaped Shanghai Mercedes Benz Arena...
We're big fans of holding onto what's left of the old in this rapidly developing country, so we are doing a series on cultural and architectural renovation. In this first installment, we'll take you to northern Yunnan on a journey fueled by an adventurous spirit, a..