Would you eat a LIVE worm?? They’re called “chontacuro” and they’re actually a slimy (yet satisfying) healthy snack eaten daily in the Amazon.
There’s actually something I can’t live without… WATER! Delicious water. Rehydrating water. The foundation of all human life. Here are 10 important facts I learned about water.
Join me at Sinchi Warmi to learn the story of these Kichwa women who started an all female run tilapia farm and grew it into a thriving hotel and resort.
Can you name these seven Presidents? We put tourists to the test to see if they could name these world leaders, and the results were, umm… 😆🤓🤔 How many would you have gotten right?
Grandma cooks while Grandpa plays the piano! Join me at Chef’s Grandma in Tbilisi Georgia where we discover what it means to truly be a family restaurant.
Join me in Tena Ecuador for a Sunday morning river cleanup with Professor Andres Velez and his English class as we explore an environmental movement that’s happening all over the world.
Follow a day in the life of a digital nomad who is looking for a comfortable place to work. I can tell you from experience… the struggle is real!
Join me in Stepantsminda, Georgia (aka: Kazbegi) as we ascend to the top of this 2170 meter mountain to discover the mysterious church at the top!
Join us in Tbilisi, Georgia as my friend Yeye Fu and I share what we’ve learned about Tbilisi and Georgian culture during our first few weeks in the city as digital nomads.
Do you give money to people on the street? Why or why not? For one day in Tbilisi, Georgia, I gave money to every person who asked.
How do you take your coffee? ☕ Cream? Sugar? How about a little HEDGEHOG? 🦔 Join Ximena Restrepo in Taipei City, Taiwan at one of the world’s first Hedgehog Cafes.
Meet Drew Goff – a biology professor at UNC Charlotte who is using his sphere of influence to make a difference beyond the classroom by cleaning up local creeks and rivers with his students.
Join our group Teach Me Something About The World for a daily dose of education about history, culture, geography, and travel!
You know those friends that you can’t get to travel with you, no matter how many times you ask? This video is for them. Who do YOU want to travel with?
14 years ago I learned something when I traveled overseas for the first time that’s never been proven wrong. And the more I travel, the more I find this to be true.
Today’s video explores the depths of the travel industry’s Big Two – Expedia.com and Booking.com and how comparative shopping isn’t always what it seems.
These are 5 incredible people who are doing their part to make our world a better place, who I’ve had the privilege of meeting during my travels.
To my American travelers out there, what are your favorite parts about being back in the U.S.A.? These are a few of mine that have stood out.
Have you ever wondered where the names of countries came from? This video explores the origin of country names around the world.
Are you ready to retire early and travel the world? Today you’re going to learn the incredible and inspiring story of one woman who did!
This is not your typical video about Cartagena showcasing beautiful architecture and flower laden streets. It’s about what I really saw and how I felt.
Join me at El Salar de Galerazamba, otherwise known as Colombia’s Pink Sea. It’s a magical looking place that looks like it came from a fairy tale!
Join me at a restaurant inside the San Diego Prison in The Walled City of Cartagena where the inmates are the chefs, food servers, bussers, and maitre des.
I sat down with Beatriz and Juliana to learn more about the women behind fruit and the tireless work they do putting smiles on tourists’ faces each day.
Join us in Chinatown, Singapore at the Met A Space Pod – a space capsule hostel that recreates the experience of spending the night in a spaceship!
Join me in Colombia to play their traditional sport of Tejo – an “explosively” popular game similar to cornhole but with gunpowder! Would you play?
Why do YOU travel? What does travel mean to you? In this short film, I explore what travel means...
Join me in Baños, Ecuador to try jugo de caña – the juice extract of the sugarcane plant that’s only available in certain parts of the world.
Join me at Casa Terracota in Villa de Leyva – a 5,400 sq.ft. 2-story home made entirely of clay – making it the world’s largest single piece of pottery!
Join me at Iguazú Falls on the border of Argentina and Brazil, the biggest waterfalls in the world, and learn about these natural wonders of the world.