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Anthony Bourdain’s ‘The Layover’ Set To Premier

Being a long-time fan of Anthony Bourdain’s No Reservations and having just attended one of his talks in Vancouver, BC, I’m even more excited about his new food & travel TV show. After month of rumblings and rumors, Anthony Bourdain’s The Layover finally premiers November 21st on the Travel Channel! The Layover cuts right to […]

Anthony Bourdain’s 2011 Talk – Vancouver, BC

Following the release of Anthony Bourdain’s most recent best-seller, Medium Raw: A Bloody Valentine to the World of Food and the People Who Cook, Bourdain visited The Centre in Vancouver for Performing Arts on Saturday, October 29, 2011. Chef, author of Kitchen Confidential, and host of Travel Channel’s No Reservations and The Layover, Bourdain spent the evening sharing candid, […]

World Travel Food Adventures: Vancouver, Korea, Dubai, New York, & Singapore!

Gary and I were both born and raised in beautiful Victoria, British Columbia, Canada, but currently call Vancouver home. Vancouver is 2011’s world’s most liveable city and has topped the list five years in a row! With its year round recreational activities, thanks to a temperate climate, the city also includes access to some of […]

Are You The New Jet Set?

I stumbled upon a company called Jet Set Life the other day, and was really excited to discover another couple living the good life as “The New Jet Set”. What exactly is that you ask? Well, Rob and Kim define the term on their site (aka the Lonely Planet For Sexy People) as follows: The […]

Top 80 Things To Know Before Traveling

If you’re starting out on your first trip, this is for you. Hell, even if it’s your 20th trip, this is for you too! On connecting with locals 54. Learn some of the local language. It will not only give you confidence, but will give you a ready-made excuse to talk to anyone (to ask […]

How To Pack And Travel With Only Carry-On Luggage

During the month of January, we spent an epic four weeks traveling in Asia: Singapore, Vietnam, Thailand, Macau, and Hong Kong. The most cost effective way to get us to our desired destinations was to take a whopping 10 different flights. Since we were flying so frequently, we decided it would be wise to only […]