TRAVEL HALL OF FAME
At Tinkertown Indie Media, we love indie travel and experiences with expat life. Both Kim and Robert have traveled to dozens of countries and are widely published in travel media (including National Geographic, Lonely Planet, New York Times, Marie Claire, etc). This page holds some of our favorite experiences, locations, tips and videos. The Tinkertown Travel Hall of Fame is updated infrequently, as we go through our library of photos and footage over the past several years of working as freelancers around the world. So be sure to subscribe to our email zine and catch the latest fun story or helpful how-to.
Tinkertown was headquartered in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam while we did a deep dive into the beautiful country’s regions, foods and traditions for a year or so of digital nomad life.
Located between Romania (to the north) and Greece And Turkey (to the south), Bulgaria is also a great road trip destination, with winding routes that criss-cross the Balkans.
A Mini-Guide to Visiting Bulgaria
(with photo gallery and videos)
Baseball in Cuba is more than a pastime. It’s a national calling. During the Spanish colonial period, picking up a bat and sliding into home because something of a rallying cry of Cuban nationalism.
One of the least corrupted countries from outside influences, visiting Ethiopia turns all your expectations on their head. From the presumed time of day to vastly deep culture.