Posts tagged with ‘family’

  • Roasting a Pig on the Street—Tet on the Mekong Delta

    By Pasture Braised on March 1, 2014
    This New Year of the Horse started in a very auspicious way— we celebrated Tet on the Mekong Delta in Southern Vietnam with our friend Jen and her incredibly welcoming family. Thanks to the wonders of Instagram, Natalie has kept in touch with her high school friend, Jen. They hadn’t seen each other in the flesh for a decade (#youknowyouaregettingancientwhen…), […]
  • Home is…Wherever We’re Sleeping Tonight

    By Cliff on February 28, 2014
    No matter how they travel, or where they go, or if it’s shoestring, luxury, or anything in between, all travelers have one thing in common: we  need a place to rest our heads (most) every night. Depending on the day, we fall into different travel categories (backpackers, flashpackers, digital nomads, etc). Our good friend Danae coined the term “glam-packing” for us; […]
  • Sintra: Anatomy of a Portuguese Palace

    By Natalie on September 25, 2013
    Now that we’ve been, I realize that we’ve been looking for Sintra and its fairytale Pena National Palace for some time. Every day of our Jurassic Coast road trip back in June, we’d look at a map and plot our course. And every day, Cliff said, “Let’s visit a castle!” I answered, “Well, we could. Like we did yesterday, and the day before. Do […]