We decided we wanted to continue to travel for at least 12 months after returning from several months in Thailand last October, previously we had kept a homebase in Melbourne but within days of our return we agreed it was time to take the plunge and become full time nomads and within 3 weeks we … Continue reading Five Steps to a Remote Life
Today’s blog is inspired by a special guy, that guy is celebrating a birthday today and his name is Ben! Big Birthday love to the most amazing husband I could ever wish for! We’ve had some incredible experiences on our birthdays for the twelve years we’ve been together, we’ve celebrated in Thailand three times, we … Continue reading Celebrating on the road – Happy Birthday Ben!
So our first international house sitting trip is now complete, after 115 days we are back in Perth, Australia for our longest sit yet – 2 months caring for two lovely dogs Angus & Vinnie and a great opportunity to spend some time with Ben’s sister Sarah and partner Rex. As it’s been a whirlwind … Continue reading Nearly 50,000 kms later
We loved New York, there is so much to do and explore and we certainly got out and saw as much of it as we could! After connecting our puppies from Antigua with their foster carer we grabbed an uber and headed to the American Dream hostel, this was the best options cost wise for … Continue reading New York, New York
A short post today – sharing an article I wrote recently for Total Wander – how Ben and I have less things than ever before but we are collecting experiences instead, exploring the world together and learning lots about ourselves along the way. You can read the full article here. Let me know what you … Continue reading Live the life you love!
As soon as I read about the Travel Buddy program I wanted to take part. It was so easy, we would help take dogs to be adopted from Antigua to where they had a better chance in America. There was no cost to us except for a little time. I filled in a form and … Continue reading Travel Buddies – Saving Lives
We spent 18 days all up in Antigua, arriving the 31st of March and spent our first night at The Lodge, part of the National Sailing Academy, the accommodation was clean and simple and the lovely owner Elizabeth kindly stored our kite equipment for free all week. After that we went onto our sailing course … Continue reading Lifes a Beach in Antigua