Each night, we sit in our living room and have a spectacular view of the Mediterranean Sea. While it is dark, off in the distance we see lights passing by. These are often cruise ships or some other type of ship making their way from one place to another. It is also symbolic of our daily life and our travel lifestyle.
As we mentioned previously, we have been trying to figure out what to do next. You can read all about it in our recent post. Decisions, Decisions – What’s Next For Wagoners Abroad? So now it is time to let you in on the plan, but first let me tell you how we got there. Continue reading
Just about every day we are contacted by someone who reads our blog or happened to just discover us. Many times it is someone with some questions about moving to Spain, taking a sabbatical, a vacation or requesting an interview. We are tapped into for all types of pointers and advice and we love it. A couple of weeks ago we received a very special kind of contact and it was someone who found us via our YouTube Channel. She happened upon Wagoners Abroad and our Lars and Anya Interviews. Here is what she said: Continue reading
So I am sure some of you are asking, “What the heck is a Schengen Visa?” While others are well aware of it and the limitations. Just to be brief the Schengen Visa is an agreement between 25 countries (22 European Union states and 3 non-EU members). A Schengen Visa allows the holder to travel freely within the Schengen countries for a maximum stay of up to 90 days in a 6 month period, thus avoiding the hassle and expense of obtaining individual visas for each country. So how did we manage to stay in Spain, a member of the Schengen Zone, the entire year without a Schengen Visa?
Many of you keep asking “What do you guys do all day?” We don’t currently have paid jobs, so what could we possibly do to keep busy and prevent us from being bored? I know it is difficult to believe we are Not Working, but in a sense we really are. To be honest, we wonder where the time goes and still think that there is not enough time in the day. We also wish that money grew on trees, but nothing wrong with being dreamers right? Continue reading
We are a family of four from North Carolina and have taken countless road trips and airplane trips since the kids were born. Our kids are now 8 and 10 years old and love travel games. Over the years we have figured out how to make Family Road Trips “smooth sailing” and keep the entire family laughing too. Don’t tell the kids, but they are also being educated at the same time with these car games. If they knew this, they wouldn’t play the “games”. We can modify all of these games to suit our international travel as well.
What a perfect way to celebrate our milestone of Living in Spain for Six Months! Continue reading
Well, it’s finally here. We’ve had test scores here, graded papers there, but today was the first concrete evidence of how the teachers think our kids are doing. In short, they kicked some serious butt! I’ll get to the details in a bit, but Heidi and I are extremely proud of the kids. Continue reading
So one of the things that I knew would be different would be Food in Spain. Obviously, there’s going to be new food. Anyone who knows me, knows that I’m not a Foodie. I’m not as bad as I was, but I’m not overly ambitious when it comes to trying new things. So along those lines, it’s nice to have some of the ol’ familiar fare. Things from home as it were… Continue reading