Casey Siemasko

Contributions by Casey Siemasko

Casey Siemasko and Dan Moore are the two lovebirds, world travellers and adventurers extraordinaire behind the popular travel blog A Cruising Couple - adventure travel with a dash of class. Their stories and photographs feature that special place where experiential and stylish travel meet. From cross-country cycling Vietnam to photographing jaguars in the Pantanal to glamping in Hawaii, Dan and Casey go off-the-beaten-track to uncover the best a destination has to offer. Their work has been featured by National Geographic, CNN Travel, NY Times Travel, Four Seasons Magazine, Skyscanner and more.

Travel guides

Bogotá Travel Guide

Decreased drug production, increased safety, and a growing culture of boutiques, chic hotels and top-notch restaurants are quickly making Bogota one of the trendiest capital cities in South America.

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Granada Travel Guide

Characterised by its crumbling pastel-coloured buildings, horse-drawn carriages and unique location next to Lake Nicaragua, Granada boasts a surprising elegance with plenty to explore.

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Hong Kong Travel Guide

When you begin to dig under the surface of Asia’s most cosmopolitan city, the old-world traditions and international cultural influences become increasingly evident—and mesmerising.

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Medellín Travel Guide

It wasn’t all that long ago that Medellin was dubbed “the most dangerous city in the world.” But recent years have brought a remarkable transformation not only to Medellin but also to Colombia.

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Mexico City Travel Guide

Mexico City is home to innovative cuisine, design-conscious boutique hotels, and more museums than anywhere else in the world.

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Miami Travel Guide

Miami is considered one of the most gay-friendly cities in the world, and it shows. No visit is complete without a day of lounging at 12th Street Beach, a proudly gay gathering spot on South Beach.

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Oaxaca Travel Guide

Oaxaca City has long drawn artists and creative minds to her cobbled streets, and just one visit to the enchanting colonial city is all it takes to see why.

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Panama City Travel Guide

Panama City is a hub for both Eastern and Western cultures. It’s a gateway to lush rainforest. And it’s a destination with culture and history unlike any other destination in Central America.

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Rio de Janeiro Travel Guide

Easily one of the most beautiful cities in the world, Rio boasts a playful charm that’s hard to find anywhere else.

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Rotterdam Travel Guide

Long revered for its innovative outlook, Rotterdam is brimming with world-class modern architecture, a thriving coffee culture, and an edgy art and underground club scene.

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Santiago de Chile Travel Guide

In stark contrast to the oppressive Pinochet years, Santiago now has a large, open and diverse LGBTQ community, with LGBTQ organizations and activists continuing to fight repression to achieve equal rights.

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Santo Domingo Travel Guide

The bustling capital city of the Dominican Republic—and the oldest European settlement in the Americas—Santo Domingo is a must-visit on any Caribbean vacation.

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Taipei Travel Guide

Taiwan is on the brink of becoming a major tourist destination—and visiting Taipei is at the forefront of must-have experiences on the island. Get to Taiwan before everyone else discovers it.

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An epic drive to Niagara Falls and Buffalo from Toronto

There are multiple ways to visit Niagara Falls, but perhaps one of the most rewarding is via a road trip from Toronto to Buffalo. From world-class museums to celebrated local cuisine, this journey combines unique city escapes with near indescribable natural beauty for one epic drive.

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Driving through Maui Upcountry

Maui is world-renowned for its dramatic coastline and stunning beaches, but much of the island’s magic is located inland on the misty slopes of Mt. Haleakala. Locals refer to the region as Upcountry.

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The best day trips from Puerto Vallarta, Mexico

On your next vacation to Mexico, skip Cabo and Cancun and head to Puerto Vallarta instead. Then, leave plenty of time to explore a few magical gems that are a quick and easy trip away.

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The best luxury hotels in Koh Samui, Thailand

Thailand has its fair share of spectacular islands, but when it comes to the ultimate in cosmopolitan luxury, there’s perhaps no better destination than Koh Samui.

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The best wellness retreats in Costa Rica

If you’re looking to get a bit more out of your vacation, then look no further than Costa Rica. This verdant country known for its pura vida lifestyle is the ideal place to rejuvenate and recharge.

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Things to do in Costa Ballena, Costa Rica

A 4-hour drive from Costa Rica’s international airport, the raw authenticity of Costa Ballena belies its accessibility. Here, verdant mountainous terrain meets picture-perfect, palm-tree clad beaches.

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Things to do in Isla Holbox, Mexico

Welcome to Isla Holbox, Mexico—an idyllic island that feels worlds away, yet remains (somewhat) easily accessible from the tourist hub of Cancun.

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Things to do in Rajasthan

Travel to Rajasthan, and you’ll immediately see why many consider it to be the crown jewel of India. The second largest state in the country, Rajasthan is a place of swirling turbans, swaying camels, sweeping forts and opulent palaces.

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Things to do on Koh Lipe in Thailand

With glassy turquoise water, powdery white sand, and peaceful palm-fringed beaches, one visit to the island of Koh Lipe is all it takes to fall hopelessly in love with Thailand.

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Things to do on the north coast of the Dominican Republic

A place of sweeping beaches, rolling hills, a rich culture, and friendly locals, we share the highlights of the Dominican Republic’s North Coast – arguably one of the most spectacular stretches of coastline in the country.

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