This is the second part in my series on saving money when traveling internationally. If you haven't read the first part on saving money on housing expenses while traveling, then check out that post to learn more about our current trip and my goal to spend less than $6,000 while traveling around the world for … Continue reading The Guide to Minimizing Dining Expenses While Traveling Internationally
My International Travel Journey Keeping costs low while traveling internationally is a primary concern for me right now, since I'm only working a small portion of each year and spending the rest traveling. The money I earn during 3-6 months of travel physical therapy contracts, combined with income from this blog and investment returns, will have … Continue reading The Guide to Minimizing Housing Expenses while Traveling Internationally
*by Whitney* This was the fifth stop on our trip! If you haven’t already, check out my posts on the first four countries: Scotland, Ireland, Morocco, and England! Berlin Timeline: August 9th-13th Our First Day in Berlin We arrived in Berlin from London. We were able to take advantage of free breakfast at a nice airport … Continue reading Around the World Trip: Berlin, Germany!
The Original Plan It's been almost three months since I originally posted about my plan to semi-retire in 2018 and spend the second half of the year traveling through Europe, Africa, and Asia. Whitney and I have spent a lot of time planning the trip out since then. Due to a variety of factors, including: … Continue reading Around the World in 2018: Semi-Retirement Trip Update
In Review As I talked about in ⇒ my last post ⇐ 2018 is going to be a crazy year for Whitney and me as we transition into semi-retirement. We plan to work the first half of the year, January-June, and then "slow travel" internationally the second half of the year, July-December. Our one-way ticket to Europe … Continue reading Planning Our Trip to Europe, Africa, and Asia: 2018 “Slow Travel”