My favorite way of keeping in touch with friends and family while I travel is definitely by mail. People rarely use mail service anymore for communication so it’s always a nice treat to see something besides bills, and having something handwritten adds a more personal touch than an email or Facebook shout out. I also …[Keep Reading]
This is the second segment in a series which discusses all the important things you need to know about buying, fixing up, and living out of a van in Australia (but it applies to other places too). It also happens to be my first set of guest posts. To read part one, click here. Enjoy! …[Keep Reading]
Yesterday was my last day in Australia and I spent it accomplishing a long term goal with my travel buddy Jacob (he write the travel blog Cynic Abroad). We had just finished the day and I made a comment which took advantage of some bad luck he had suffered. His response opened my eyes to the real possibility of extended travels which ultimately inspired this post.
This article is the first in a series of by Flavia Devetag, and aims to answer all your questions about buying, fixing up, and living out of a van in Australia. In this installment she provides first hand experience and advice relating to the first step: Buying the van.
Here’s a little preview from the Brisbane to Cairns road trip. Sitting down for a nice roadside Valentines Day dinner in Airlie Beach, Australia with Jacob from Cynic Abroad. He’s not exactly my number 1 choice, but I can’t really complain. Things could be worse. Anyway, Happy Valentine’s Day from the two of us. Check …[Keep Reading]