How to rescue 1,000 dogs a year and get them adopted into a warm home

Stating the Problem – Where Does Your Adopted Rescue Dog Come From? The southern US has a stray animal problem. Dogs roam the streets, surviving off whatever they can, producing litters of puppies that make the problem even worse. Why does this problem exist? A few reasons. The main problem is low spay and neuter […]

Why Do NYC Street Vendors Pay $18,000 For A $200 Permit?

Dirty water hot dogs ands street carts are as ubiquitous to New York as the yellow cab. We’ve got food carts for everything. From the iconic carts selling dirty water hot dogs, pretzels, halal, pastries, and coffee, to the hipster carts selling Korean tacos, vegan cinnamon buns, and gourmet grilled cheese. If you’re a real […]

The Global Goulets are now the Nowhere Men!

Nowhere Men

Over 2 years ago, when the 3 of us friends started planning our summer drive from London to Mongolia, the name Global Goulets came to Alex in a dream based on an old inside joke from college. It’s been 2 years, 32 countries, and 30,000+ miles, and we had no idea our decision to take […]

Podcast Episode #11: Benny Goes Goulet

It’s been too long. You’re looking a little different? Did you lose weight? New hairstyle? This week we are broadcasting from Bogota, Colombia, about 4 countries past where we last broadcasted our podcast, but we hope you’ll forgive us. We’ll be more consistent from here on out. In this action packed episode we take you […]

Podcast Episode 9: How to Have an Unforgettable Travel Experience

Before we get to the meat of the article, please give us a rating on iTunes. No need to leave a review, just toss us a rating. Takes less than a minute. Thank you! https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/drive-world-global-goulets/id1009114091?mt=2   How did we end up throwing candy and plastic home goods off the roof of a Mexican church at […]

The “Murder Capital of the World” That Isn’t – A Visit to San Pedro Sula

This article is also published on Medium.com Don’t Go To Honduras This is what we were told by countless travelers, websites, guide books, friends and family, and we took it to heart. When planning our drive from NYC to Argentina, we planned to spend as little time as possible in Honduras. Along the way something […]

Thank You to Everyone Who Helped Us Wish Walter a Happy Birthday!

Hey Goulets, Yesterday, August 7th, was our dear friend Walter’s birthday. We reached out to you all for help in wishing him a happy birthday, and you responded with more enthusiasm than we could have possibly imagined. Walter told us that the video was the best thing that happened to him on his birthday, and […]

21 Things You’ll Never Read About Mexico When You’re Living in America (Until Now)

View story at Medium.com Before we began our drive from NYC to Argentina, we considered completely skipping over Mexico because we were terrified by endless news reports of constant violence. Our plan was to fly to Guatemala, buy a car, and start driving from there. After speaking to some travelers, we decided to start our […]

We’re Taking Over iTunes! Subscribe to Our Podcast!

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Well, world, it’s official! The Global Goulets are now in the iTunes store! We’ve just launched our podcast, Drive the World with the Global Goulets, where we’ll tell you stories from the road using real audio from our trip. We’ll also be bringing you the stories of the fascinating people we meet on the road. […]

Chapter XI: Horsing Around in Kyrgyzstan

With a sigh of relief we passed into the no-mans land between Tajikistan and Kyrgyzstan, and with a bellow of excitement we took in the incredible scenery that was this no-mans land. No men, just mountains. And gophers. Between the two countries lies 20 miles of gorgeous mountain scenery. Behind you tower the snow-capped peaks […]

Chapter VII: The Road to Hell is Paved with Potholes and Bureaucracy

Land Ho!   Waking up to the gentle sound of waves lapping against the side of our monolithic cargo ship, we peaked out the cabin window to see the sweltering coast of our next port of entry, Turkmenistan.   As we pulled up to the harbor, the ship’s wench, Frances, gathered all the ralliers and […]

Chapter II: Czech Republic to Austria

Driving into Czech Republic granted Eric and Brian the opportunity to brush up on our basic Czech language skills learned 4 years ago while abroad in Prague. But our minimal Czech retention didn’t stop us from busting out some very impressive “dobry dens,” “taks,” and vebornyes!” We were just 20 kilometers short of the famed […]