A Look at Chile’s Wine Industry

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One of my favorite things about traveling abroad is getting to leave with far more knowledge than you had before going into the experience. The University of Cincinnati study abroad trip to Santiago and Chile’s wine region truly changed my … Continued

On the Road in Iceland: Our Favorite Things

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For our honeymoon, a cheap yet adventurous destination had to be in the cards. Iceland seemed to have everything we could ask for, so without much hesitation I booked us non-stop flights from Pittsburgh to Reykjavik in late September on … Continued

Our 8 Favorite Things About Tokyo

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Grant and I have always wanted to visit Japan during their infamous Cherry Blossom season, and we finally got the chance to when he had to make a visa run out of Taiwan! We only had 4 days in Tokyo, … Continued

Taiwan’s Scariest Suspension Bridge

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Double Dragon Waterfall Taiwan’s longest suspension footbridge was not technically open to the public, but we dared to cross it anyhow. After a confusing drive through a small mountain village in Nantou County, we finally were able to track down … Continued

Things We Loved About Medellin, Colombia

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  When people heard we booked a trip to Colombia, they reacted as many of you might – with confusion in their eyes and fear in their voices as they warned us to “be careful.” Well, I want to let … Continued

A Coffee and Horseback Tour in Jardin, Colombia

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We booked a private tour with LandVentures, specifically Andres the owner, to go see a charming little town called Jardin (translates to Garden). The day was definitely one of the best and worst travel experiences of my life, and I’ll … Continued

Bryce Canyon National Park >> Antelope Canyon

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We drove two hours from Zion to Bryce Canyon National Park and when we got there, we went on the 2-mile loop hike through the hoodoos to get more up-close with them. It was fun but our legs were still … Continued