What is Visa-Vis?
Vis-à-vis is French and literally means "face-to-face". The term was first used in English to refer to horse-drawn carriages where two people sat facing one another. Today the term is used to compare or contrast things that are face-to face. We can think of no greater way to describe the travel adventures of two people who see, hear and experience each location differently. While things may appear to be the same, our approach and interpretation, generally is not.
We are going to eat, drink, hike and house sit our way around the globe. It's not always going to be pretty, but we'll be sure to tell you the good and bad about life on the road.
Highlight of the Week
Each week we post a previously unpublished image, video, sound or text reflecting our favorite travel experience. Click in to read them all!
Rules of Travel Roulette: Scroll through photos & post the first one fate leads you to. No second chances. Travel ain't always pretty. You've been warned.
Currently on The Travel Blog
Area in Focus
Who is Visa-Vis?
We love adventure, travel and change. We seek new experiences and lessons daily and we want to share it all with you.
Where We Are and Where We're Going
We're heading back to the US. Well, just for a little while. We're going to be house sitting a couple of cats just outside of Portland, Oregon. We love this area and are looking forward to exploring the area some more. It's going to be rainy and chilly, but hopefully we can get outside and do some walking. If not, we know there are tons of good cafes around.
What's that you say? You don't know where Gjovik, Norway is? Well, we don't really either except that it is north of Oslo. We are incredibly ecstatic to have the opportunity to house sit for two cats during the summer season in this beautiful place. It's a long time before we will be here, but we just keep talking about it. Norway.