We'd be lying if we said that browsing through\u00a0the Instagram profile for repeat jet-setters (and friends of Man of Many)\u00a0Citizens of The World,\u00a0and seeing\u00a0the stunning photography and beautiful locations the duo share, isn't just a little envy-inducing. Photographer Dominic and writer Meghan Loneragan have spent the best part of this decade meandering from place to place, collecting memories and happy snaps along the way, and we're not sure whether or not to be\u00a0glad they've told\u00a0us all about it, or just flat jealous (we're definitely glad).\r\n\r\nTheir website features an eclectic mix of stories and interesting people the two discover on their travels. With a baby on the way, the adventurous couple aren't showing signs of slowing down anytime soon - we took some time to chat with Meghan about life on the road, what makes a great holiday, and how she has the best job in the world.\r\n\r\nTell us about why you started Citizens of the World?\r\nDominic is a photographer and I\u2019m a writer by trade and about 5 years ago we started COTW as a means to have a creative outlet from some of the day to day humdrum aspects of our regular work. Back then street style was all the rage and so that\u2019s where we began (and we won a couple of awards for our efforts) but critiquing fashion isn\u2019t really what was in our hearts. Sometimes it takes time to source out what really tickles your giblets. These days even though we have travel as our main focus, for us it\u2019s really about creating beautiful and inspiring stories and imagery. And working together. We love working as a team.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nDo you have any absolute favourite places from your travels?\r\nWe\u2019ve been to some incredible bucket list destinations. Places like Botswana, Cape Town and Paris. Beautiful and inspiring destinations. However, our most meaningful journey was last year when we spent 4 months (and all our savings) on driving across the US from California to Canada. All we had was an RV, a ton of spaghetti bolognese and a million memory cards to capture the sights along the way. That experience of living small and shedding luxury definitely made us more appreciative for the things we have. It also got us out of our bubble and we had many chats with colourful characters we\u2019d never meet on a normal resort-style holiday.\r\n\r\nAnd what about places you\u2019ve not been yet - what\u2019s at the top of your list?\r\nCambodia is a country that fascinates us so much. It\u2019s absolutely next on our list. It\u2019s got such a chequered and rough history but also a unique wild beauty. There\u2019s also such a burgeoning culture of creativity in Phnom Penh, with hip boutiques, bars and hotels injecting a fresh energy into the old colonial buildings. It\u2019s a city of contrasts.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nWhat\u2019s the best balance between relaxing and adventure for a perfect holiday?\r\nWhen we want to just have a pure holiday but with a side of adventure we head to Hawaii. It\u2019s a place that just does vacations so well. You can enjoy the city rush of Waikiki but we prefer the long sprawl of the slightly more remote Big Island. The dried black lava that lines the road on the Kona side makes it feel like you\u2019re driving on the moon. Then you have huge lavish resorts but unspeakably beautiful natural landscapes to explore when you want a shot of reality. You really get spoiled because it has a little bit of everything.\r\n\r\nAny top-quality travel horror stories or has everything so far been smooth sailing?\r\nOh so, so many. Like the time Dominic befriending a local guy in Ho Chi Minh City who ended up inviting him over for dinner with his family later that evening. Dom was pretty excited for this authentic meal with a Vietnamese family, so imagine him grinning ear to ear when a stranger comes and picks him up. The guy said he was Dom\u2019s friend\u2019s cousin (still following?) but when Dom questioned him about his connection he kept changing his story. Red flag but he was already in the car so he just went with it.\r\n\r\nFinally, they get to the guy's home. He\u2019s on the couch and says he\u2019s already eaten dinner but that his wife will cook Dom something. Not what he expected but okay. Finally when Dom awkwardly finishes his meal alone at the table while the family watches TV the guy indicates that he wants to show Dom something in this room. Being the polite guy he is Dom followed him into a this dark windowless room with only a table and 2 chairs. They sit down and the guy starts showing Dom all his amazing card tricks, how he can shuffle a deck with one hand and explains that his other job is a dealer at a casino. He says \u201chere\u2019s the deal, you go to the table and we pretend we don\u2019t know each other and I\u2019ll give you the good hands. Later we\u2019ll split the money.\u201d Cue freak out. Dom stood up and tried to leave the room and the guy blocks the door and says \u201cman, I\u2019ve given you dinner and a taxi ride. You\u2019re going to have to pay me something.\u201d So Dom hands him everything in his wallet and leaves.\r\n\r\nGood times.\r\n\r\nWhat\u2019s the first thing you do when you land in a new city?\r\nBuy a SIM card plan with lots of data.\r\n\r\nYou\u2019ve featured some pretty interesting people on the site - what makes a great host in a new town?\r\nSomeone who takes us somewhere off the tourist tracks.\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nWhere is the friendliest place you\u2019ve visited?\r\nEverything people say about Canadians is true. They are the best.\r\n\r\nWhat advice do you have for people wanting to start their own travel and lifestyle site?\r\nStart with a strong game plan and vision. It\u2019s something we never had and it\u2019ll save you time and money really strategizing out what kind of travel you want to focus on. Try not to tackle everything. The more you niche yourself, the more you\u2019ll stand out.\r\n\r\nAnd where do you guys see yourself in ten years?\r\nTwo kids, a dog, a bunny and a parrot. We actually have a little plan but we don\u2019t want to share it publicly in case it doesn\u2019t come true.\r\nCitizens of the world\r\nFollow COTW on Instagram\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\n\r\nHave you subscribed to Man of Many? You can also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.