Announcing Wanderrlust 2.0

Lots of changes afoot in these parts – namely, we are moving on from the motorcycle portion of our journey. From Saigon to Hanoi … from the mountains of Hà Giang, Vietnam, to the 4,000 islands of southern Laos … the … Read More

Makeup and Motorcycles

Given that we are on the road for a year+ and carrying 40L backpacks plus one small camera bag, it’s no surprise that people are curious as to what did and didn’t make the cut.  Generally, questions center on clothes, … Read More

Reborn in Luang Prabang

It’s been a helluva ride, literally and figuratively, these past couple weeks. As you may have read, we’ve had laptop issues, which are still unresolved (our second attempt to fix my broken screen ended when the repair guy decided to … Read More

Nha Trang: Nha-t My Favorite

Once upon a December ago, we spent Christmas in Đà Lạt.  While it was the perfect place to spend the holiday, a week of chilly temps there left us eager for some sun, sand, and surf, so we set out … Read More

A Wanderrlust Valentine’s Day

Valentine’s Day has never been our thing at Wanderrlust.  The hoopla and pressure seem kind of silly, especially given the holiday’s violent origins. The Vietnamese wholeheartedly disagree and happily embrace the romance and cheesiness of the modern day celebration. Pop-up chocolate … Read More

City of Thousands of Pines

Our first big destination north of Ho Chi Minh City (HCMC) was Đà Lạt, a mountain town in the Central Highlands of Vietnam and “city of thousands of pines.” After managing to skirt HCMC on our way north from the Mekong, … Read More

Where There’s a Will, There’s a Ferry

After spending almost a month in the Mekong Delta, much longer than we intended, it was time to head north for the remaining two months of our visa.  But how to get there? The straightforward route goes through Ho Chi … Read More

Life of a Road Warrior

It’s the adventure of a lifetime.  Two soul mates motorcycling their way through SE Asia in search of discovery, personal fulfillment, stunning scenery, and amazing meals. It’s an incredible opportunity.  And sometimes, it just sucks. Since we’ve been on the … Read More

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