Living and driving in Spain for the past ten years has turned us into road warriors and of course driving in Spain gurus. We have purchased 2 cars, sold one car and we are well above the count of 20 when it comes to car rentals cars in Spain. For almost a year, we rented […]
Tips and Tricks
Flashback 2014: Upon arrival into Marrakech Morocco, we didn’t instantly fall in love. As Alan described in our Driving in Morocco post, it was dark and there was an instant unfamiliar buzz and chaos. Here we will share with you some tips for Morocco with kids, specifically in Marrakech, but these tips would work for
Yes, I did say Free Things To Do in Porto with kids! We had a wonderful time visiting Porto, Portugal (aka Oporto). It was so thrilling to find so many free activities for the kids, we thought we would dedicate an entire post just to that. I am sure there are more free things to do
When planning to move abroad the vast number of things to do can be a bit daunting. We have now made several moves, and with each one we have learned new lessons. It doesn’t matter where you are moving from, or where you are moving to, since many times you need to go through the
Driving in Spain and Spanish Road Signs. For example: Why is there a stop sign & green light? We will answer your driving questions.
Do you want to save money? Then believe me when I say you need to “Cut your food waste!”. Buy only what you need, when you need it. Simplify your life and plan ahead.
We have been amazed over the years at how many of our readers are looking to retire in Spain. I think it is great that our family of four has not only been an inspiration to other families but also to people wanting to retire. This includes families, singles, and couples, so it is nice
We are making the assumption you already have your heart set on moving to Spain. Now we want to review where we think are some of the best places to retire in Spain. In addition, we want to provide you with general information to narrow down your scope on where to live.
We arrived in Hanoi, Vietnam late at night. The streets weren’t too crowded and it seemed to be a typical city vibe for 10 pm. There were a few pedestrians out and about and a light consistent traffic flow around our hostel. Little did we know what we would be in for the next morning