We're Andrew and Emily.
Travelling and photography are two of our greatest passions, so one rain-soaked and gin-fuelled evening in East London, we decided to make life more interesting and take a chance on doing what we love.
Twelve months later we were on a one-way flight to Mexico with several cameras, a couple of laptops and enough money to last two years (and two very large backpacks with enough clothing to cover literally every eventuality!).
We try to be the very definition of slow-travel; to live, breathe and fall in love with every country we step foot in, rather than just get a passing glimpse of its best bits. And we want to share that with you.
We want to help you have the best adventure ever.
We also want to help show the positive effect travel can have on all of us, and to increase awareness how we can all travel better and more considerately.
On this award-winning travel blog, you'll find photography and writing to stoke your wanderlust plus our honest destination guides and travel journals, filled with our own practical tips to help you make the most of your time and money. For two years, we've lived and travelled in Latin America so, if you're heading to that part of the world, then you'll find almost everything you need right here. We are also proud Wanderers with G Adventures!
Now we're back in the UK, the adventures haven't stopped - and we're sharing each and every single one with you.
We hope it can be a catalyst for you to find your own dusty road.
If you're new to the site, then why not start off by reading about our travel philosophy here, checking out our travel & blogging wins in 2017, or put the kettle on and read some of our favourite articles on the blog:
We have also created The Constantly Curious, a monthly newsletter where we personally select and curate our favourite travel stories and experiences from a diverse collection of writers, bloggers and websites, and share them exclusively with our readers.
They really like it, and we think you will too.
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