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How to Apply for a Spanish Residency Visa: Our Tips & Timeline

Now that you know why we applied for a Spanish residency visa, I’d like to share exactly how we proceeded with our application for a non-lucrative resident visa for Spain. It’s a bumpy ride — and the ride’s not over, really — but we learned a great deal from the experience, and I hope to share some tips on […]

Epic Gear: Our Best Travel Apps & Best Travel Websites

The best travel apps: what are yours? Asking someone to name their best travel apps is a bit like asking them to name their favorite top-40 song. It’s always changing. You might as well ask someone for their top travel apps today. There are plenty of apps for travel. Plenty of free travel apps and […]

EER020.2: Single Dad, Gay Family Travel (part two)

 Last week you heard part one of my conversation with Talon Windwalker, a man with a unique story and perspective on family travel. A single, gay father with a teen, Talon and his son, Tigger have been all over the world, traveling and living abroad since 2008. Single Dad, Gay Family Travel (part two) Talon is […]

EER020.1: Single-Dad, Gay Family Travel

Talon Windwalker is a pretty amazing guy. After years of caring for the sick and the dying as a chaplain and hospice care worker, he adopted his son — the “cute, blonde ball of nervous energy” known online as Tigger — and set forth into the world, traveling the globe since 2011. Single-Dad, Gay Family […]

How We Love Eating in Vietnam: Crickets, Cobras and Crusty Baguettes

I’ve eaten a lot of street food in my life, and out of everywhere I’ve visited, few places come close to the experience of eating in Vietnam. The quality, the flavors, the variety…just listen to Bourdain: this place can change your life. I’ve written a few entries that were Vietnamese food-related: our favorite juice stand, our cooking class and […]

Top Digital Nomad Apps: 21 Essentials to Our Travel Life

I’ve always had an odd memory. I can remember the sights, smells and songs on the radio during hundreds of banal events from my youth, but unfailingly, I will forget to pick up shampoo and double, A batteries at the shops, even if Keiko reminded me minutes before. Now my phone has become my electronic memory […]

What’s in My Bag: Our Year-One Family Travel Gear

As August flies by, we get ever closer to our first anniversary of full-time family travel. Twelve months ago, I was frantically selling our belongings at home and collecting all the travel gear, while at the office I was hammering out a remote working agreement with my boss. Family Travel Gear When we first left Japan, we carried a ton with […]

Airbnb Tips: My Tips for Using AirBnB in Southeast Asia, Europe & Beyond

As more people travel for longer periods, I get more requests to talk about tips for staying at Airbnb in Southeast Asia. They also ask about tips for Airbnb in Europe and Airbnb in Mexico. Airbnb in the USA and Airbnb in Latin America as well. Here’s you’ll find my tips on using Airbnb in […]

Working Remotely: How I asked my boss about it

Working Remotely: How I asked my boss about it I can tell you the day I decided to pursue working remotely: It was Saturday, November 24th, 2012, and I was in Oaxaca, Mexico, using up nearly all my vacation days to attend my sister’s wedding. Lounging on the beach drinking fresh-squeezed orange juice, I watched […]

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