Have no fear, The Shoestring Trekkers are back!
It was looking like the page was going to fall into the abyss of the interwebs, but fear not! Honestly, as soon as we got home everything just sort of fell back into place like we never left. I can’t tell you how many blogs I read that all said the same thing : you may come home much different from when you left, but what you left behind will be the exact same. It really is so true. If I didn’t have 14 months worth of memories crammed in my head, I would think I never left.
Continue reading “A Little Update…”
I can still remember the first time I ever heard of the Czech Budweiser. It was 2011 and I was in Vienna, drinking at the hostel with my buddy Dominic. I asked the bartender what he had for good beers and he replied “Budweiser”. I gave him some wise crack somewhere along the lines of “listen buddy I didn’t travel halfway around the world to drink a Budweiser”. At this point he must have thought I was some ignorant American (and rightfully so), and proceeded to explain where the name Budweiser comes from and how the original Budweiser is really a Czech beer.
Continue reading “The Real Budweiser Budvar Brewery Tour”
The first two things Anthony and I ever bonded over was our love of fried cherry peppers in calamari, and our passion for travel. Over the course of our relationship we’ve been lucky enough to have many experiences with both travel and calamari, but I’d say this trip easily wins out as the best experience we’ve ever had. I still can’t believe an entire year has passed, and that we actually made this huge dream a reality. It’s something we’ve been talking about for YEARS, and seeing something we worked so hard to achieve actually come true has been pretty spectacular. The good food and beautiful scenery hasn’t hurt either. Continue reading “Traveling For One Year: Easier or Harder Than Expected?”
Hello Fellow Trekkers!
Breada and I have now been living in Hoi An, Vietnam for a little over 3 months. We love it here and decided this is where we want to settle down when we fly back to Vietnam later this year. There’s good food, good people, good weather (usually), and a calm atmosphere you just can’t get in the big cities. We’re also just 30 minutes away from Da Nang, so if there is something we can’t find in town we can always get it there.
Continue reading “How We Saved $700+ on Hotel Rooms”
It’s been a wild first six months of our journey. We’ve taken 6 flights, traveled through 5 countries, explored dozens of cities and towns, and made more friends and memories than I can count. The trip has already been everything I had hoped for and more, but we’re not done yet! We still have a long way to go, but to celebrate our six month mark I wanted to recap my top 5 travel experiences thus far. It was difficult narrowing it down to just 5, but I think these really capture some of the highlights of the trip and what it’s been like for us on the road.
Continue reading “Six Months Later – My Top 5 Experiences”