The best carry-on luggage for your world travels

After years of traveling, we learned that the best way to travel is with carry-on luggage only. It saves you time, money, stress and overpacking, as well as possibly lost bags. There Continue Reading →

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About Michaela

In 2013 Michaela decided to quit the rat race as a Financial Manager in a multinational company to persue her passion of travel and photography full-time. She hasn't looked back since, and loves to discover places which are off-the-beaten path and not spoiled by mass-tourism. All she needs is jungle, waterfalls, beaches and elephants and she's in paradise!

A coffee junkie’s guide to finding the best Vienna coffee house

Austria’s capital perfected the tradition of preparing, drinking and serving coffee. A confessed coffee junkie, I made it my mission to find the best Vienna coffee house in town. Continue Reading →

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About Eric

Eric got the travel writing bug after working as a journalist in Cambodia in the mid-90s. Over the years he has written for numerous U.S. magazines and newspapers and taught writing at universities. He finally decided to go full-time with his travel writing because life is short, the world is big and he wants to experience it all.

Red rock rhapsody at the Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park

The Bungle Bungles in Purnululu National Park are mystical striped domes and ruby red gorges carved by the torrential rains that flood the Gibb River Road in Western Australia’s Kimberley. Continue Reading →

Wakatobi — a true macro diving paradise in Indonesia

I had actually no idea what exactly the term meant, but once underwater at the macro diving paradise of Wakatobi I couldn’t get enough of the tiny critters all around me. Continue Reading →

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About Michaela

In 2013 Michaela decided to quit the rat race as a Financial Manager in a multinational company to persue her passion of travel and photography full-time. She hasn't looked back since, and loves to discover places which are off-the-beaten path and not spoiled by mass-tourism. All she needs is jungle, waterfalls, beaches and elephants and she's in paradise!

Fluo diving — a psychedelic disco light show underwater

Take fluorescent lights and yellow filters, add a tank, fins, mask, and you’ve got fluo diving. This magical night dive variation reveals crazily colored coral and impossibly glowing marine life. Continue Reading →

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About Eric

Eric got the travel writing bug after working as a journalist in Cambodia in the mid-90s. Over the years he has written for numerous U.S. magazines and newspapers and taught writing at universities. He finally decided to go full-time with his travel writing because life is short, the world is big and he wants to experience it all.