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How to House Sit around the World

How to House Sit around the World

By on Feb 28, 2015 in Accommodation, House Sitting, Travel tips | 1 comment

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After last weeks post about it being cheaper to travel than live at home, I’ve been asked been ask to write some more about the world of house sitting.  We’re by no means experts and it you want to learn more I suggest you check out Nat and Jodie’s fantastic House Sitting Academy – its really helped us. After 2 successful house sits and 2 more coming up this...

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Too much tech to travel – how much should you carry?

Too much tech to travel – how much should you carry?

By on Feb 26, 2015 in Tech Tips, Travel planning, Travel tips, Traveling Office, Work and travel | 1 comment

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We are about to fly from Spain to the UK and the budget airline we are using has very strict baggage allowances. We have struggled with similar problems all around the world but here in Europe the airlines appear to very officious with regard to the weight of your baggage number of cases and the size and type of carry on they will allow. In the Phillipines early...

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Parade.

Parade.

By on Feb 24, 2015 in Spain, Travel with kids | 0 comments

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Hey guys, What’s up? How is everyone on this lovely day? Great, so turns out we’ve changed it so blog post day is Tuesday now.  We had a little schedule going and they just changed it up without warning. Okay, so it doesn’t bother me that much, I’m just too lazy to actually be bothered writing these most of the time, I wish I could just write...

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The last few days

The last few days

By on Feb 24, 2015 in Spain, Travel with kids, Work and travel | 0 comments

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So I guess I’ll start on the 20 of February – 4 days ago. 20 Feb We didn’t really do much today because we had to work on school and upstickngo but in the afternoon we went to a cheap really nice Chinese banquet that also has a chocolate fountain in it, so it a pretty cool place 21 Feb The next day Seb, Tash, Keavy and I walked 3.5 km to the next...

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