Best of New York City: Eating Our Way Through Chinatown & Little Italy

Guys! So remember how one of my New Year’s resolutions for 2014 was to seek out what’s special about living in Manhattan and celebrate it? Well, earlier this month, Dan and I did just that. We went on a food tasting and walking tour through Chinatown and Little Italy with Ahoy New York Tours & Tasting. Of … Read moreBest of New York City: Eating Our Way Through Chinatown & Little Italy

A Guide to Charming Ios Island, Greece

Once famous for its bustling nightlife and crowds of young people flocking to the island every year to party till they drop, Ios has managed to broaden its possibilities over the years. Today Ios smoothly blends joyful days on the beach with lively evening entertainment, along with more chilled-out options for those seeking a relaxing … Read moreA Guide to Charming Ios Island, Greece

Dreaming of Spain

So I’ve lately become Pinterest-obsessed. OBSESSED, I tell you. To the point where Dan and I will be sitting on the couch together, marathon-watching whatever TV show we’re currently into (right now it’s American Horror Story. Jessica Lange kills me. Forget Helen Mirren, I want to age into Jessica Lange. The woman is 64 and doesn’t … Read moreDreaming of Spain

Alison Wanders // Of Roasted Guinea Pig and Goodbyes

Since returning from Bolivia, life in Ollanta has been relatively relaxing (I guess anything can be considered relaxing, though, after you drive through roads with broken glass, boulders, and people rioting!). While it may seem like Claire and I have simply been hiking and taking in the sights of the Sacred Valley for the past … Read moreAlison Wanders // Of Roasted Guinea Pig and Goodbyes

Scenes from the South: Maryland and West Virginia

All right, all right. So Maryland and West Virginia aren’t really “The South” as we know it from TV, what with its charming drawls and sprawling antebellum architecture. But it’s south of New York and besides, “Scenes from a Few of the Mid-Atlantic States” just doesn’t have the same sexy ring to it. Anyway, Dan … Read moreScenes from the South: Maryland and West Virginia

Alison Wanders // Of Markets, Quarries, & a Skeleton or Two

Welcome to the second installation of Alison Wanders, the new column on Of Revolt! Alison Nabatoff recently graduated from Princeton and has set off on an incredible journey through South America. Hello again from Incan rock quarries and the Pisac Market! In the past two weeks Claire and I have strayed a little from our … Read moreAlison Wanders // Of Markets, Quarries, & a Skeleton or Two

Alison Wanders // Hiking in Peru

Hello, ye readers! Today is exciting because I get to introduce you to Alison. Alison is a recent graduate who, instead of buckling down and getting a job, ran off into the wilds of Peru to, you know, hike, eat chocolate, and hang around. Woman after my own heart, she is.  Alison will be contributing … Read moreAlison Wanders // Hiking in Peru

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