There’s more to long-term travel than simply finding the perfect gear and taking off. A solid, well planned foundation can avoid or mitigate many problems that could arise while living life on the road as a digital nomad, long-term traveler, or full-time house sitter.
When it comes to finances, medical care, travel and medical insurance, mail delivery, data and personal security, entertainment, phone service, and so much more, you’re going to want to be prepared ahead of time so that you can free up your time and be able to fully explore and enjoy your travel adventures! Read on for our extensive travel list and ideas for long-term travel…
Our budget as a couple for one year of continual travel abroad might astound you! We’ve included all of our expenses, like health insurance, hotels and lodging, food, plane tickets, buses and trains, sightseeing, tours, etc. So, if you want to know how much we spent for a full year, or if you simply want to learn our budget tips, read on!
Munich is famous for its Bavarian breweries and epic yearly Oktoberfest celebrations. But after nearly three weeks exploring the capital of Bavaria, we’d argue that there are many additional reasons to visit. If you’re a history buff, love architecture, are a surfer, or love the charm of old towns, then don’t miss an opportunity to visit Munich!
If Munich, Germany is on your list of places to visit, then we have the tips and travel information you need! We spent three weeks exploring the city and living our daily lives in Bavaria’s capital, Munich. From public transportation, the Munich Airport (MUC), and basic German phrases, to Oktoberfest and budget sightseeing, we have you covered!
Marrakech, Morocco is a bright, beautiful, and colorful city that beckons to be discovered. We explored the Medina (Old Town), Morocco’s largest souks, palaces, the New Town, and much more! Read on to see our favorite must see Marrakech attractions.
If it’s your first time to Marrakech, Morocco, or it’s been a while since you’ve visited, you may be wondering what you should know before visiting. Read on to learn the basics on where to stay, how to get around, what to wear, and many more tips!
The most traditional place to have churros, porras, and chocolate in Madrid, Spain is at the 125 year old Chocolateria San Gines. Read on to find out what the fuss over this mouth watering breakfast and late night snack is all about!
Madrid, Spain is a wonderfully lively and beautiful city to explore. There are so many things to do when visiting, so we’ve put together all of our favorites. From the most famous attractions to the unique and local places you must see when visiting. Whether you’re looking for family fun in parks, historical landmarks and maps, intriguing architecture, classic tourist sights and Spanish culture, or all of the above, look no further!
Our first podcast appearance was on Sean and Kevin’s 2 Frugal Dudes Podcast. They made the experience super enjoyable and fun, and we had a great time talking about FIRE (Financially Independent, Retire Early), travel, house sitting, miles and points, and much more!
Madrid is a fantastic city to visit, with an epic nightlife scene, fantastic food, great history, beautiful architecture, and a warm culture. So, whether you’re spending a couple of days in Madrid, Spain or a couple of weeks, these tips will help you make the most of your time in the amazing capital of Spain!
Elite hotel status and its perks seem like a dream come true for frequent travelers, long-term travelers, and digital nomads. However, in practice you may not get all of the amenities, upgrades, and perks you may expect. Here's how we get the most of our elite hotel status using these tips, tricks, and hacks!
Traditional Italian food while in Rome, Italy is a must! Start with delicious fritti and Roman artichoke and end with homemade Italian Gelato. The tough decision is the main course! Saltimbocca, Roman pizza, cacio e Pepe pasta, carbonara pasta, coda alla vaccinara, panino with trippa alla Romana...? Or just try them all!
There are two airports, Ciampino Aiport (CIA) and Fiumicino Airport (FCO) in Rome, Italy. But unfortunately neither one is near city center. So which airport should you fly into, and how do you then make your way into downtown Rome? We share all of the information on Rome airports and transportation (Termini Station, taxis, private transfer, Uber, Lyft, trains, bus, and metro) that you'll need for your visit.
Planning your Rome, Italy ultimate must see attraction itinerary? Let us take you through a tour of Rome as we saw it. From piazzas, ancient ruins, and the Roman Colosseum, to Vatican City, Trevi fountain, churches and so much more...
If you're looking for things to do in Rome, Italy and want the inside tips to booking the best Colosseum tour, you're in the right place. On the other hand, if you're simply looking for tips on transportation, Rome's airports, food, and hotels, we have you covered too!
How could you not indulge on traditional Mexican food in Santiago de Queretaro! From home cooked meals to restaurants and street food, there wasn’t much we didn’t absolutely love. We tried nopales, sopes, pozole, menudo, street tacos, gorditas, mole, and more…
We spent five weeks in Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico and discovered a beautiful historical Spanish Colonial city with so many things to see, do, and eat! Here’s our ultimate list of must see attractions in Santiago de Queretaro, including an all-inclusive map to customize your itinerary!
If you’re visiting Santiago de Queretaro, Mexico public transportation is a great way to move about the city! Here’s our guide to taking buses, finding bus routes, ticket costs and acceptable payment methods for Santiago de Queretaro’s public transportation system.