It’s been a super tiring day of travel - a long layover and two flights later you finally arrived in Colombia and you are ready to just drop your head on your pillow and SLEEP. But then you realize the trains aren’t going anymore and finding an actual taxi rather than a scam taxi is hard. By the time you finally found a taxi, paid about dou...Read more...
It’s been a super tiring day of travel - a long layover and two flights later you finally arrived in Colombia and you are ready to just drop your head on your pillow and SLEEP. But then you realize the trains aren’t going anymore and finding an actual taxi rather than a scam taxi is hard. By the time you finally found a taxi, paid about dou...
Before travelling with your dog, there is so much to know - and so much to arrange! But did you know all the things below?1. Many countries require certain tests – and it’s not as hard as it sounds to get themEvery country has their own import rules when it comes to dogs – and where countries like Iceland and Australia are super difficult, most countries are actually not that bad...
It is one of the main questions Will and I get asked by people, how on earth can you afford to travel full time? Well, there are many ways, however they do involve some risk taking. Unfortunately, we all need to make money, and it's the only way we can keep on travelling. We have found so many ways to make money throughout the years, but I think our current set-up is what works best for us! This is totally opinionated by the way - what works for us might not work for you at all!
Oh, Peru. Peru turned out to be everything I needed, and nothing like I expected. In all seriousness - apart from Macchu Picchu (where we didn’t end up going - more on that later) I knew nothing about Peru when we arrived. We flew into Lima at the end of March, with the idea to stay there for a week and then head on to Cusco for some mountain time.
I'm sure you have seen photos of the real-life situation of some of the prettiest spots in the world pass by on TikTok and Instagram - and I can tell you most of them are very true. I just wanted to write a little bit about my insta vs. reality moments, and whether it was worth the hassle or not.
After 6 years of travel with Olive, we have gathered quite some stuff we can almost not live without, and I figured it would be useful for all of you wanderers out there! Our list of must-haves is developed totally from experience, so all of these items are 100% in use by us, almost every day!
Travelling the world with your dog brings a whole lot of interesting problems to solve. One that we had to figure out was Mental stimulation for Olive and how to keep her happy in general with all the changes. Over the past years, so much research has brought to light the importance of keeping your dog's brain busy, and supplying them with plenty to do and discover.
It was time for a new continent – and South America is where we are headed. However, we decided to first have a little 2-week stop at tropical wonderland Curaçao. Now let me tell you beforehand – this is not the positive-vibed happy go lucky travel blog you might be looking for, as Curacaosimply turned out to be nothing like we expected, and everything we do not like. So, strap in, buckle up, let’s talk about when travel doesn’t go to plan.
Wow – what a city. Calm yet buzzing, a metro pole that gave all the small town feels, and so much history to discover. In October, we made our way from beautiful Pelion to Bulgaria. It was one of my first Eastern European places apart from Budapest, so to be very honest I had a lot of prejudices and wrong expectations. What had I expected? A dirty city with loads of clubs, and difficulty going anywhere with Olive. I was proven wrong on every point, though, so let’s talk through this gorgeous stay!