La Habana Vieja ♥️🇨🇺
Half of my heart is in Havana, ooh-na-na 🎶 It’s true we fell in love with the vibrant culture and beautiful architecture of Havana! It was one of the most unique places we have been to and we loved learning all about the Cuban way of life 🇨🇺
Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur is a photographers dream! It is located on a hillside with an amazing view of the city and every corner of this temple is so beautiful and intricate. We could have stayed here all day and definitely recommend visiting when in KL!
Walking into 2019 like 💃 We just got back from our first trip of 2019! Havana was amazing and we can’t wait to share all our photos! The WiFi in Cuba was basically nonexistent so will be catching up on stories later today. We are still trying to figure out the rest of our travel plans for 2019. Where are you guys headed this year?!
Reflecting back on our travels from 2018, Myanmar was definitely one of our favorites from SE Asia. It has the most amazing temples that we have ever seen, the people were so friendly and the Shan noodles were always on point!
2018 was a year of turning our dreams into reality and what a journey it has been! We are so thankful for all of you who have followed along on our adventures so far. Your support means so much to us 💗 Cheers to the new year, we hope it’s the best one yet✨
A day wandering the colorful streets of Guanajuato is a day well spent ❤️
San Miguel is definitely one of our favorite places from our travels to Mexico! It’s an easy trip from Guanajuato on the local bus. Located in Mexico’s central highlands, it’s known for Spanish architecture, cultural festivals, and thriving arts scene. What’s your favorite destination in Mexico?!
Did someone say margaritas?! We learned so much about Mezcal during a tasting in Mexico but we are still partial to a good margarita. Are you a Tequila or Mezcal person?
We absolutely loved Mexico City and already can’t wait for our next trip back! The city is filled with rich culture, amazing architecture, and delicious food (omg the food!). This is the Morisco Kiosk which was originally built for the Mexican Pavillion at the 1884 World’s Fair in New Orleans. It was brought back to Mexico City after the events and resides in the center of the Colonia neighborhood.
There’s no better adventure than one you get to share ✨ A short drive along the Alsace wine route from Colmar is the picturesque town of Riquewihr. The town has its own Christmas market, tasting rooms, and plenty of quaint streets to wander through!
Missing Paris but so excited for our next trip! We are heading to Mexico City tomorrow and then to Guanajuato. Have you been?! We would love any recommendations 💗