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A Week of Adventure in Moab, Utah

In Americas, Travel Planning by TIM

There was a lot of pressure on Moab to be a great destination after coming off of a streak of bad luck between Phoenix and Monument Valley. Happy to say that our visit there exceeded our wildest expectations. Moab was a blast between the different parks we stayed at, the Kayak river tour, and the RZR rental used to explore …

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The Worst Way to Visit Monument Valley

In Americas, Travel Planning by FIN

Hey Tourists! Probably not looking for the worst way to visit Monument Valley, right?  Well, you can’t leave Arizona or Utah and not visit Monument Valley! (Or so we’ve been told). In retrospect, it wasn’t worth the effort to drive out of the way and visit… as we’re finding is more and more the case with places you’re “supposed” to …

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HOW WE AFFORD TO TRAVEL FULLTIME

In Americas, RV Life, Travel Planning by FIN

How we afford to travel fulltime? We work a ton! After our year-long honeymoon around the world (documented in our TRIPPED series) We only knew one thing: we didn’t want to stop traveling. That meant we needed to figure out a way to support ourselves and be able to work from the road while we travel. HOW WE AFFORD TO …

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How much does it cost to travel New Zealand?

In Oceania, Travel Planning by TIM

It’s time to break down the nuts and bolts of our New Zealand budget travel. Almost every traveler wants to go to NZ but all you hear about is how expensive it is. Since we’ve had a ton of questions on budget we thought we’d deep dive on this location and tell you where our dollars went. First off, let’s …

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What a budget backpacking hotel looks like

In Asia, Travel Planning by FIN

Travel bloggers love to write about incredible accommodations they score at unbelievable prices. Key word?- Unbelievable. Here is what to expect out of a budget backpacker hotel in Ko Lanta Thailand. This certainly is not a budget hotel review and we by no means are trying to pick on our hotel. In fact, we want to give it up for …

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Job Hunt after Travel (And How to Come Home)

In Travel Planning by TIM

It takes a while to come to terms with the idea of quitting your job and leaving on a trip. Once I knew I HAD to take this trip, the very next thought I had was “Great-I can leave.  How do I come back?”
What follows is what I’ve learned from both Allison and my own experiences. These are all the things to consider and tips we learned on how to come home from a year living and traveling abroad.