What does it cost to take a trip to Thailand? Good question. It is a financially accessible destination for many. We spent about $2500 in total for two people and you could do it for a bit cheaper yourself if you wanted to. This included our flights, all activities, place to stay, souvenirs, everything for… Continue reading Thailand – How much does it cost?
By: Richard & Kristen Furleigh More accurately, we are going to stop recycling to save the environment! https://i.imgur.com/lsYgOXU.jpg In Reno, it’s a well-known secret that Waste Management doesn’t always process our recycling properly. It gets mixed in with regular garbage, not collected/sorted improperly, etc… Recent information by Dr. Thomas Kinnaman, an environmental economist at Bucknell… Continue reading We are going to stop recycling
I have recently been posting about how excited we are for our upcoming trip to the Havasupai Indian Reservation to feast our eyes upon the majestic Havasu Falls in Arizona. This particular adventure has been a long time coming. We have spent the last three years vying for one of the coveted permits and fiiiiinally… Continue reading Havasupai Indian Reservation, Havasu Falls, How To Get a Permit
When it comes to road trips, Richard and I are a little bit....ambitious! Some might say we are crazy but I don't think we are quite there, yet! I'll let you be the judge, though. Whenever we have a few days off together we try to capitalize on the opportunity to head out on another… Continue reading Double Feature Road Trip – Highway 50 & 375 – Nevada
When planning a trip one of the biggest expenses you start to see while researching is how much you expect to spend on food. What some may not realize is you can cut out much of those unnecessary expenses by planning a bit ahead. Richard and I have made it a habit to pack nonperishable… Continue reading How to Not Spend a Million Dollars on Food When You Travel
by Richard Furleigh If you don't laugh at Kristen's snapchat filter of George your sense of humor has died, but I digress... Having visited London and Rome this past summer Kristen and I spent quite a while inside some of the most spectacular museums this planet has to offer. From the British National Gallery, British… Continue reading The “selfie” generation
Kristen and I recently returned from a fantastic vacation overseas to London for our MBA program, and then continued on to Italy after that. Having traveled overseas a couple times before this we were relatively familiar with what to prep for, but before our departure to London something new popped up. May 22nd was the… Continue reading Travel After Terror