5 Ways to Save Money on Your Roving Retirement

A roving retirement is an adventurous life, but it’s not all beer and skittles. When you’re on the road for months, even years at a time, having a good handle on your budget becomes a way of life. That doesn’t mean doing away with all the comforts of home or living like a pauper. In fact, many of our savings tips can provide you with an even more rewarding travel experience than splashing your cash around...

Five Ways to Travel You Might Not Have Thought About

A roving retirement allows plenty of scope to explore different ways to travel apart from the usual planes, trains and automobiles. You may not have considered other ways of getting out and about while you’re travelling, so I’ve put together my five favourite modes of travel that still allow you to do and see the things you want but add a little flaie and make for some exciting adventures along the way...

Bucket List Adventures

“Wow, 130 countries. You must have ticked off your bucket list by now, haven’t you?”, asked a fellow traveller we’d met on our most recent adventure, cycling across North America. It’s not the first time Tim and I have heard that. Fortunately, it’s nowhere near true. In fact, the more we discover, the more the list of things we want to do, see and experience grows....

Is a Roving Retirement Safe?

One of the things at the forefront of our minds as my husband Tim and I travel across the globe is our safety. After all, if you believed the TV and newspapers, just stepping out your front door is fraught with danger, let along travelling through many countries around the world. And yet after travelling to over 135 countries around including 34 in Africa, much of the Middle East...

Sri Lanka Visas

My husband Tim and I have been enjoying a part-time roving retirement for a few years now and the ease with which a country allows us to enter and then extend our stay always gives us an inkling of how welcome we’ll feel. Even though our Australian passports allow us into 157 countries visa-free or with a visa on arrival, extended stays, usually over a month...

Why We Moved to Vietnam

When my husband Tim and I first set our sights on a travel-rich life overseas, we knew we needed a place to base ourselves. Somewhere we could earn an income and where the low cost of living wouldn’t make a dent in our savings. Naturally, we looked to Southeast Asia and when it comes to big opportunity and low costs, it’s hard to look beyond Cambodia and Vietnam...

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