This is the question many of you have asked and I bet many of you wanted to, but didn’t want to invade our privacy. So we are just going to share with you all of our 8 week European Road Trip Costs. Don’t worry, if you have a question for us, just ask! We are sharing our experiences, stories, budgets with all of you. This one gets a bit tricky, so pay close attention.
It seems for the past couple of years everywhere I look I see Iceland. Other travel blogs, all over social media and I hear people talking about it. We have seen amazing airfares published from all over the world to visit Iceland, but the timing just hasn’t worked out for us. Now this summer, we’ve been seeing pictures from fellow traveling families and friends we know. This leaves me wanting to visit Iceland and experience all that I am seeing even more.
It’s that time of year again, summer road trip time! This year our epic summer road trip in Europe will be for about 8 weeks and cover 5000 km (3000 miles). Remember our 6 week summer road trip in Europe, back in 2013? We covered Italy, Austria, Switzerland, France, Andorra and a bit of Spain. We had a blast and shared it all with you every step of the way. We are going to be pushing the family harmony boundaries with this one and see if we can do 8 weeks.
We are asked time and time again about all of our house sitting opportunities. We get questions like, “How do we find housesits who accept families?”, “How do you house sit all over the world?”, “Do you get to choose the type of animal you will be pet sitting?” and the lists goes on. For us, house sitting is an excellent way for us to get time with pets as well as save a little money on accommodation when traveling. Below we will share with you everything you need to know about house sitting. Oh and a little something special, just for Wagoners Abroad readers!
So you are planning a trip for a week or a year and that dreaded question comes up. Should you buy travel insurance? This is really a personal choice for each and every person. When we traveled Southeast Asia for 10 months, we opted to buy travel insurance. We wanted to be sure we were covered for the unexpected. We’ve heard many stories of people having accidents and wishing they had travel insurance. We can only hope every day is a peaceful day.
How important is connecting with locals when you travel?
As I look through our thousands of photos from the past 3 1/2 years of travel, I find it all very overwhelming. I am amazed at how much we have been able to see, smell, touch, taste, and experience. With each location, there has always been one thing that stands out the most to us and that is our connections with the locals.