Six continents. Thirty countries. Two laptops. Come along on a trip around the world.
Over the next eight months, the Boston-based Longjaunt team will be traveling the world, and they're packing you in their bags for the ride. We invite you to share your photos along the way and tell your story.
May and June: Middle East
Blog Doha or Disney?
On their trip from Syria to Sri Lanka, our travelers took advantage of a long layover in the Persian Gulf to explore Doha, Qatar.
Blog Ghost town of Quneitra
Longjaunt explores the remains of the once prosperous town of Quneitra, destroyed by the Israeli military during Israels occupation of the Syrian Golan Heights.
Blog Exploring the Old City
Discover the vibrant buzz of Damascus, one of the world's oldest continuously inhabited cities, with our travelers.
Blog Heading back to Syria
Although their visit was only seven days long, our travelers saw Lebanon go through quite a bit of change.
Blog More celebrating
On the heels of a fresh power-sharing agreement and the election of a new president, the Lebanese continue to celebrate their new found peace.
Blog Partying in the streets
In just a few days the fighting in the streets of Lebanon turned into partying after the election of a new president.
Blog To the beach
LongJaunt relax poolside at one of Beirut's beach clubs.
Blog The different sides of Lebanon
Rising early to squeeze in as many different sides of Lebanon as humanly possible, our travelers start their day with a visit to the ancient Roman ruins at Baalbek.
Blog The neighborhoods of Beirut
Lebanon is home to at least 19 different ethnicities and its capital city, Beirut, is no different. Explore the neighborhoods with our travelers.
Blog Beirut's changing events
Our travelers get to Beirut -- just days removed from civil war and discover a changing political landscape.
Blog Take a taxi to Beirut
Initially hesitant to visit Lebanon, LongJaunt presses on to Beirut after hearing that fighting has ceased.
Blog On to Syria
LongJaunt heads to the Turkish-Syrian border crossing called Bab Al-Hawa in hope of heading to their next destination.