Welcome back to Wanderlust Wednesday, our guest author series in which we invite other intrepid travellers to share their most memorable travel moments.
This week Micki shares an intimate series of events which ultimately lead her to realise her dream of travel.
This eloquent tale of wanderlust will inspire those with a similar dream to walk away from their desk before it’s too late.
Watch out dreamers, this one’s for you.
More and more travellers are recognising the financial and cultural benefits of house sitting.
With rent free accommodation and the opportunity to live like a local in communities all over the world house sitting is fast becoming our travel hack of choice.
Signing up as house sitters little over 2 years ago our yearly membership has proved to be some of the most cost effective $’s we’ve ever spent. With 15 assignments under our belt we’ve become accustomed to the immersive experience house sitting provides.
Bored of lacklustre package holidays?
Escape your routine for an epic adventure in the stunning Scottish wilderness.
Shrouded in historical beauty, the magnificent Scottish Highlands have been inspiring Romantic writers and artists for centuries.
Walkers will find a picture-perfect paradise of rugged mountains, rolling mists and serene lakes, whilst intrepid explorers can delight in the fairy-tale charms presented to them at every turn.
Very occasionally I catch a glimpse of a star shining bright within the blanket of the night sky.
Momentarily my mind wanders towards thoughts of distant galaxies and exploding stars, yet the full extent of just how vast that black ethereal space really is has always eluded me.
Did you know that unless you live in an area of severely reduced light pollution it’s incredibly likely that you’ve never seen what is referred to as ‘The Real Night sky’?
Welcome back to our Snapshots Series. A feature designed to give you a visual snapshot of our favourite locations across the globe.
Simply scroll down and absorb each image, but be warned, this insta-essay is likely to cause a strong desire to down tools and get yourself over here.
In this edition we’re taking a look at the locations we visited during the recent leg of our Kiwi road trip.
Since leaving our house sit on the Coromandel Peninsula we’ve been on quite the eco adventure.
It’s the little things in life which, more often than not, make the greatest difference to your day.
While our travels here in New Zealand have been far from stressful we have found, at times, finding the perfect spot to make camp can be a little tricky.
Perpetual travel is thought of by many as an everlasting holiday, and while I’m in doubt of how fortunate we are to call ourselves ‘digital nomads’, I must confess there are times when it can become a logistical nightmare.
We are adventure travellers and we’ll grab any excuse to throw on our all weather gear and get outdoors.
However we’re used to four wheeled adventures, not those which require powerful leg muscles and just two wheels.
Our guest author series Wanderlust Wednesday has offered us an insight into travel from the perspective of some fascinating fellow explorers and our recent piece by Kathleen, entitled My Two Wheeled Trip sparked a conversation which finished with some additional adventures finding their way onto our bucket list!