Erin McNeaney and Simon Fairbairn from Never Ending Voyage are digital nomads since 2010. For six years they have traveled with carry on luggage only. In this interview Erin tells us how they do it and presents us her book “The Carry-on Traveller”.
One of the main attractions of Buenos Aires is Caminito in La Boca. I wanted to explore it beyond the touristic side so I talked to locals and walked back to the city center. Talking to the local women gave me an insight on how it had been living there in the past, and walking back allowed me to discover the other side of La Boca.
In my last post I told you about the 10 best experiences of my round the world solo trip, but in life there are good and bad moments and traveling is no exception. I didn’t suffer any major mishap, but I did have some bad moments. Nothing too serious and today I laugh about them. Ready to laugh with me?
How do you imagine solo travel? Scary? Wonderful? Thrilling? For me it is an amazing, rewarding experience. But… It wouldn’t be honest to tell you only the rewards of solo travel. It is also challenging. Nothing that should stop you from traveling, of course, it’s something that you can overcome and will make you grow. And overall, it is worthwhile.
After one year of blogging as a hobby, I have decided to go one step further: I want to help. Traveling alone has been life changing and very positive for me, and I want to help you do the same. Discover my new project Dream Travel Girl. Travel alone, leave your fears behind.