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What to do in Oaxaca

What To Do in Oaxaca – 11 Of The Best Things To See And Do

Oaxaca (pronounced wa-Ha-ca) is a vibrant, culinary rich, authentic Mexican colonial city that you should plan to include on your next visit to Mexico, if you haven’t already. After travelling from Mexico City to Puebla we were excited to visit Oaxaca.  We had heard so much about its history, colourful streets, great rooftop dining and the ruins of Monte Alban...

Carcassonne

8 Charming Villages to Visit Near Toulouse France

France has some of the prettiest villages in Europe and we found some of the 8 most charming villages to visit are near Toulouse.  To visit these charming villages you can take day trips from Toulouse France or plan to spend a night or two in the larger towns of Carcassone and Lourdes. You will visit some of the best places to visit in the Pyrenees along the way. ...

View of the Rocks in Sydney

How to Have an Affordable Sydney Staycation in the Rocks

Are you planning a Sydney weekend staycation?  We will share with you how to have an affordable Sydney Staycation in the Rocks that won’t blow your budget from the best affordable accommodation, free museums to visit, things to do in Sydney The Rocks, some of the best pubs that offer the best of local cuisine and more. As Sydneysiders, we have visited the Rocks...

2 Night Cruise on Halong Bay Vietnam

Is visiting Halong Bay on your travel list for Vietnam? A 2-night cruise on Halong Bay in Northern Vietnam has been a long-time dream of ours.   For many years we have seen so many exotic photographs and videos showing the dramatic landscape of Halong Bay and the traditional boats that sailed through her 3000 limestone islands and islets. Around every bay or craggy...

The Power of Change

How we ditched the corporate world to lead a nomadic way of life

How we ‘ditched the corporate world’ to lead a nomadic way of life. The Power of Change   “Your power to choose your direction of your life allows you to reinvent yourself, to change your future, and to powerfully influence the rest of creation.” —Stephen Covey This is our story albeit a long one so grab a coffee, a beer or a chilled glass of wine, settle back...

International House Sitting

International House Sitting – A World of Opportunity

We would like to introduce our Guest Writer Vanessa Anderson.  Vanessa with her partner Ian Usher,  are full-time international house sitters and publishers of House Sitting – The Ultimate Lifestyle Magazine. Vanessa and Ian have been travelling the world continuously since 2013. Having sold most of their possessions, they prefer the freedom to explore the...

Brit's Guide to Australia

Baby Boomer Travels – A Brit’s Guide to Australia

When choosing a travel destination, it’s all too easy to stick to the same old well-trodden paths. Sure, Spain’s Mediterranean beaches are a wonder in their own right, as are America’s Californian coastlines. Next time you’re thinking about where to visit, though, why not consider a trip to Australia? Australia travel is on the rise, it is...

Ajijic Mexico

Ajijic Mexico For Retirees

Could Ajijic Mexico be the best place for retirees to live? We travelled to Ajijic Jalisco in Mexico for a house sitting assignment for 3 weeks in January 2017. After house sitting around Mexico, this was one area that we had yet to enjoy and we were looking forward to discovering this new town to find out why it was becoming so popular among ex-pat retirees. (Editor...

Visit Stockholm

Why Baby Boomers Should Visit Stockholm

Why Baby Boomers should visit Stockholm? Have you ever wondered what it is like to visit Stockholm? After our visit, we were asked so many questions from our community. When was the best time to travel? Is it all Abba (yes, we even got that one). How did you cope with the many hours of daylight? Was it expensive? Is it safe to travel around? Stockholm Sweden is not...