The wide streets of Seville

Why the Best of Seville Isn’t In Your Guidebook

What comes to mind when you think of Seville? Before we set even foot in the city, Seville evoked orange blossoms, flamenco and amazing architecture. And while we did find all that, what we loved most about the city just can't be found in any guidebook. Read on to find out what captured our hearts in Seville.
Spices in the souks of Marakkesh

A Tour Of Morocco Through Our iPhone Lens

While we were in Morocco, we spent a lot of time off the grid. That said, our phones were the easiest way to record and share our experiences while out and about. We were so happy with how the photos turned out that we wanted to share them here too! So here's a tour of Morocco through our iPhone lens.
Berber Laundry out to dry in Morocco

Capture the Color: Our Favorite Photos From The Road

A little while ago our friends at Travel With Kevin and Ruth nominated us to take part the the Capture the Colour Photo Contest put on by Travel Supermarket. The concept is simple: write a post showcasing travel photographs which best capture the color of five categories: red, blue, green, yellow and white. Here are a few of our favorite photos from our last trip through Mexico, Portugal, Greece and Morocco ...
Merida White Weathered Door Mexico

Wandering through Merida’s Colonial Centro: A Photo Essay

Merida, the capital of Mexico's Yucatan, is famed for being a cultured, vibrant colonial city. Founded in 1542 by the Spanish, the city has a ton of history and amazing 18th century architecture. It's also a stone's throw from the port and beaches of Progreso and Celestun, the lovely yellow city of Izamal and the Mayan ruins of Dzibilchaltún and Uxmal. Come along with me as I take a photo journey through Merida's Santiago neighborhood in the old Centro area of the city...