Brooke shares her best advice for how to get around Kyrgyzstan, including the use of public transportation.
It was only the foreigners on scooters that created any kind of on-the-road friction.
Now that I’ve shared the big news that I’m heading back to Colombia at the end of June, it’s time to book the airfare. I looked around on individual carriers’ sites, and again, found Kayak delivered reliable results. For a 1-way ticket from New York City to Cartagena, it costs (tax included): $235 on Spirit […]
Unless you want to go for a swim, it’s best not to move around in a mokoro.
A review of my inaugural flight on Virgin America, from Washington, DC to Los Angeles.
I cracked open The Lunatic Express the same night it arrived in the mail. The premise of “discovering the world…via its most dangerous buses, boats, trains, and planes” was right up this traveler’s alley. It’d been over a year since I’d first set foot in the streets of Medellin, Colombia – once the world’s most […]
A big part of the adventure in traveling around different countries is testing your mettle via the local transportation. One moment you are zipping around Bangkok in a fast, comfortable, pink taxi, and the next moment you’re in a cloud of dust and dirt, bouncing around in the seat of a bicycle-powered rickshaw in Varanasi, […]