2018 was a spectacular year in travel for us, but what made it really stand out were the house sits - they continue to give us a much needed grounding.
The phrase full time travel gets thrown around a lot around here, so we thought it would be time to define it. Or at least try to describe it. Turns out it’s easier to talk about what full time travel isn’t. And sometimes that’s a good start.
When we set out to travel full time we knew we would have to change a few things. Insurance, cell phones, which credit cards to use, how to get our mail, and maybe most importantly, how to get paid. This post is meant highlight some of the ways we’ve navigated getting paid while traveling full time.
You really know you are in a different culture and country when you see a funny street sign. You know, when you scratch your head and think: I should really pull over and get a shot of that! After traveling full time for three years now, we’ve collected a few funny street signs. But as you know, you can’t always pull over.
When you realize that you will have travelled 62% of the world’s circumference in the last 30 days.