Oh happy day! Today our very own @cobraescobar is celebrating a birthday, and the Adventure Club doesn’t take birthdays lightly. If you’re an OG Chasing Runways follower you may recall our Behind the Blog birthday tradition we started waaaaaay back in March for our resident pisceans @jilianicoleg and @lauritacambios. So without further adieu, let’s get the dirt... Continue Reading →
Sailing South Croatia- 10 tips you need to know before embarking on Yacht Week
Happy Tuesday, runway chasers! @CobraEscobar and @LauritaCambios here. A few years ago at this time 59 yachts, 520 yacht weekers from 27 countries were setting sail through the Adriatic Sea to the southern islands of Croatia on Yacht Week. Both of us were among these yacht weekers. For those of you familiar with this famed floating... Continue Reading →
Visiting the planet’s most prolific coffee region
The world’s best cup of Joe is more likely named Jose, as it most likely comes from a country that is very near and dear to our hearts: Colombia. Coffee runs through the veins of all Adventure Club members, and in large amounts. So if you’re a coffee lover like we are, the idea of... Continue Reading →
Keep calm and (fit it all in a) carry on
So they say man’s best friend is a dog, and diamonds are a girl’s best friend, but why hasn’t anyone given any love to a traveler’s best friend? We often get asked for travel luggage recommendations, so today on the blog each Adventure Club member is giving full disclosure on their respective love affairs with... Continue Reading →
10 things you should know before booking your trip to Dubai
A couple years ago (before jetting off to the Persian Gulf was trendy, if we may) @LauritaCambios and @CobraEscobar booked a Thanksgiving trip to the largest city in the United Arab Emirates (UAE)—the extravagant cosmopolitan mecca known as Dubai. Here is what they knew: Dubai is the capital of Dubai Emirate, one of the seven emirates which constitute... Continue Reading →
Sunless in Seattle: 48 hours in the melting pot of culture, rain, and coffee
So what did the Seattle native say to the Pillsbury Doughboy? ….Nice tan 😂 Seattle’s ghastly weather is really no joke, but what the Emerald City lacks in sunshine it makes up for in things to do, mindblowing asian and seafood, limitless alluring natural surroundings, and yes… coffee. This northwest Adventure Club hotpot is surrounded... Continue Reading →
A long weekend in Portlandia
Oregon’s largest little city offers much larger than just a little.
The Cuba tell-all: Visiting one of the world’s most isolated countries
@CobraEscobar here! Today I’m giving you a full run-through of everything you need to know before visiting Cuba. This family vacation was unconventional. Cuba is beautiful and rich in culture, there’s no doubt about it. But I’ve soaked up the sun on spectacular beaches, danced salsa in the best clubs and eaten scrumptious Cuban food... Continue Reading →
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