Uncornered Market , the award winning around-the-world travel blog chronicling the journey of professional storytelling team, Daniel Noll and Audrey Scott. With over 4 years and 65 countries under their belts, Dan and Audrey share experiences and photos that aim to connect and humanize the world through people, food and adventure. Whether you intend to travel the world yourself, or you'd like someone to travel with vicariously, Uncornered Market is the place, Dan and Audrey are the people. They guarantee to inspire, to make you laugh, to make you cry, and to help us all realize that the world is small and big and beautiful -- and that we are all human. In December 2006, we quit our jobs to follow our dreams. We sold everything and hit the road with backpacks on our backs. We travel deeply and offbeat -- to places like Tajikistan, Paraguay, and Estonia -- with a focus on meeting people from all walks of life. And we rarely turn down an opportunity to eat amazing street food, trek through mountains, run down volcanoes, rappel over waterfalls...and get lost along the way.
A video recipe how-to for two classic Thai dishes: Panang seafood curry and chili basil squid stir-fry. From a thatch hut kitchen at Haad Yao beach on the island of Koh Pha Ngan in the Gulf of Thailand.
How to almost set yourself on fire in the hopes of sending your troubles and worries away in a paper lantern during Loi Krathong festival in Bangkok, Thailand.
Ever tried summer rolls (like non-fried spring rolls) in an Asian restaurant and loved them, but thought they were difficult to make? Daniel Noll of UncorneredMarket.com takes you through the ingredients you need and the simple process of rolling these deliciously light rolls. This video was shot in the Czech countryside, meaning that you can make summer rolls anywhere as long as you can find some key ingredients.
Stumbling upon an Argentine harvest festival full of gauchos, dancing, music and food in a village between Salta and Cachi in northern Argentina.
A journey in a beat up chicken bus (i.e., old school bus) from Marcala, Honduras to Perquin, El Salvador with a broken suspension near the border. @www.uncorneredmarket.com
The birds of the Galapagos Islands, including the blue-footed booby and the waved albatross, offer us a lesson in dating and mating. Includes the serenade calls and blue-footed booby dance and the hilarious mating dance ritual of the waved albatross.Brought to you by Uncornered Market (www.uncorneredmarket.com)
An evening spent at Rasta Mesa in Livingston, Guatemala enjoying Garifuna music, dance and food. The Garifuna are a small population of descendants of Africans and Carib-Arawaks who were exiled from St. Vincent and are now living in parts of Belize, Guatemala, Honduras and Nicaragua. Their music and dance is reminiscent of west Africa, where their ancestors came from. A typical Garifuna band consists of a couple of drums, a turtle shell and maracas. Kids from the neighborhood join in the fun a...
The Friday market in San Francisco El Alto in the hills of Guatemala is supposedly the largest market in Central America. We share our experiences - a crazy chicken bus, early morning market scenes, squealing pigs at the animal market, and eating tamales for breakfast at a street stand. ©www.uncorneredmarket.com