Like any good traveler making a life for themselves overseas, Jamie Hodgkin has struck a balance between the need to earn an income for herself, and also taking advantage of living in a part of the world where adventure lies just beyond your doorstep.
Though the Camino de Santiago Trail is traditionally walked for spiritual reasons, Denis Houde says that today people have all kinds of motives in mind. "Some people do it for just plain tourism. For some people, it's a bucket-list thing. Some people want to lose weight. Some see it as a challenge..."
Having spent a lot of time traveling in South America (and most of that while bringing in little to no income), I have learned how to stretch a dollar (or five). Besides airfare, your number one expense while traveling is usually going to be where you lay your head at night.
For two years, while I traveled the world, my health and fitness-based blog, Sweat Like a Pig, was my sole source of income. While I also received revenue from advertisements placed on...
The sun rises early in Florence. A small market bustles below our window, selling produce and salted meats from all around Tuscany. The pasticceri fill...
I've been traveling non-stop for nearly four years now, blogging for almost two. In that time, I've seen more than 50 countries over four continents.Because of my blog I've been able to explore the nature of the Azores Islands of Portugal, trek the mountains of Nepal, watch the sunrise over the temples of Angkor Wat, and dive to sunken ship wrecks in the Philippines.
"I remember arriving at Porta Nuova station," says Rosemarie. "It was late November and the weather was overcast, but the gray skies did nothing to diminish the beauty of the city's center, which features some fine examples of Baroque, Rococo, Neo-Classical, and Art Nouveau architecture.