Ever nearing the Mexican Border, Chelsea meets a couple who show her the poshest way to enjoy a handful of extravagant wineries in Paso Robles and San Simeon.
As she makes her way closer to the Mexican border, Chelsea treats herself to a night away from her traveling companion and home on wheels, Van Morrison in the ever posh seaside town of Monterey, California.
From Garberville to San Fransico and the many breakdowns in between, one girl continues her attempt to find Mexico in a campervan
Upon entering California on the way to Mexico, the beginnings of mechanical issues make for an interesting bump in the road to paradise…
Nothing says Newport, Oregon like bayside pubs, bags of fresh fish, and an entirely affordable oyster farm. Add a quaint RV park next to the water, and a handful of friendly new faces and you’ve got yourself the perfect pit stop on the road to Mexico.
The third installment of Chelsea’s southbound travels takes you to Lincoln City on the Oregon Coast equipped with dispensary pit stops, and ruthless Walmart security guards
Ron Khoury was startled when he received his orders. He was being shipped to Alaska as one of the “frozen chosen.”
On her second stop from Canada to Mexico, follow Chelsea as she dives into the seedy underbelly of Portland, and comes out in the donut soiled hands of God
The road was calling, and the only fitting response was to buy a campervan, name it Van Morrison, and hope it would take her from the mundane confines of Canada to the pot-hole ridden trails of Baja Mexico, unscathed and utterly immersed.
One of the best ways to explore Vietnam’s tranquil Tam Coc region is by rowboat.
The Rongai Route to Mt. Kilimanjaro promises majestic views and a buffet sampling of the African wild, as it cuts through verdant jungle, alpine desert and glaciers.
Travel to Devil’s Nose on the roof of a train