Explorer – Athlete – Consultant
As a citizen of the world, Lisa adapts quickly and feels at home in many places. She caught the travel bug when she was 18 and started to wander off, to explore new cities, countries and cultures, to learn new languages and make new friends around the world. She has not looked back ever since and enjoys the exploring the unknown, going off the beaten path and pushing her boundaries while travelling and playing sports.
Nomad – Baller – Coder
A Southern California native, Harrison now considers himself more of a digital nomad. Give him an internet connection, and he will make ends meet. A former homebody, he is starting to come out of his shell since his time in London for school and meeting Lisa. He enjoys difficult hikes, cryptocurrencies, and sports talk radio. His dislikes include running, running late, and vegetables.
A truly unique country, which is super-hyped currently due to the kick-ass marketing and cheap prices of WOW Airlines but also Iceland’s surprising success at the EURO 2016. We were lucky to explore this former off-the-beaten path destination before the big storm. More>>
As part of our South America trip in 2015, we ticked Machu Pichu off our bucket list. But Peru has much more to offer than ancient ruins: cultural tribes in the Andes, lush rain forests and quaint coastal towns. More >>
While exploring just a few of the over 7,000 islands, we enjoyed the empty beaches, untouched villages, super-friendly people, breathtaking underwater world, hidden waterfalls, endangered tarsiers and our daily buka juice. More >>