How to become a house sitter

House sitter tips

We just finished our third housesit in Australia. Two months ago we started our first official house sit and we enjoyed all of them a lot. We had the chance to live in houses for free, in exchange we took care of cats and dogs, went for walks with the dogs and watered the garden. It was also a nice break from traveling and living in a camper. But don’t worry, we’ll continue our travels. In this post we share our experiences and tell you how to become a house sitter. Continue reading

Do I need to buy travel insurance? Why we have travel insurance since we started traveling

Do I need to buy travel insurance

When planning a trip around the world or just a short holiday, travel insurance is something to think about too. Of course you don’t want to think about things that could go wrong. But if you get sick, injured or your camera gets stolen, you want to be insured for that. We have travel insurance since we started traveling. You never know what happens and a good coverage is important when traveling. Continue reading

What if routine starts to dominate the island life in paradise?

What if routine starts to dominate the island life in paradise?

What if routine starts to dominate the island life in paradise?

Have you ever experienced island life and worked on a remote island? During the last years, we have spent time on different islands in Thailand, Indonesia and the Maldives. Since one year we live and work on the small island Pef in the middle of Raja Ampat. Scuba diving is spectacular and the dive sites in Raja Ampat are amongst the best in the world. The landscape is breathtaking and the resorts are little places of heaven on earth. But what if routine sneaks in and starts to dominate our island life in paradise?

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Living on an island. Dream or nightmare?

Living on an island

Living on an island? Dream or nightmare? Read on and find out

Far away from civilisation. Far away from home. An island in one of the world’s best dive destination called Raja Ampat. That’s where we live and work at the moment. And? How is living on an island? Day by day. That’s a question we hear again and again. Is it boring? Do we feel lonely? No, not at all. Continue reading