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.
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We love adventure, travel and change. We seek new experiences and lessons daily and we want to share it all with you.
We should have known when we booked cheap throw away tickets (Edinburgh> Dublin) to satisfy immigration in the UK that we would actually wind up using them and changing all our other plans. And so it is. We’ll travel around Dublin for a bit and then a small road trip before we start two house sits - one in county cork for a slew of animals (2 cats, 1 Irish Wolfhound and 1 Chihuahua) and another for a fluffball of a kitty on the west coast. This is our first time to Ireland and we are so excited.
The Faroe Islands: the love child of Norway and Scotland, but raised by Iceland. We sure do love our cold islands.
What’s that you say, you didn’t know Neustift bei Güssing is a real place? Well, truth be told we didn’t either until we saw this amazing house sit opportunity pop up. The homeowner had such amazing responses from people that she decided to extend her holidays and invited us to care for her dog and two cats while she’s away. We are so excited to be able to explore this part of Austria and even more excited to be doing so in the autumn.