This past week saw us in several places in the print.
We were interviewed and made the front headlines in Monday's edition of the Evening Tribune. Sean, the reporter wrote up a nice article about us, our travels and mission. He highlighted our goal to live on all seven continents, meet new people and embody our own unique travel style.
Front page news!
That's us jumping by a giant termite mound in Litchfield National Park, Australia.
Overall, a nice article about us and this photo shows us standing next to one of Australia's most iconic road signs along the Nullabor.
We are also quoted in a just released 2nd edition of How to Travel for Free (or pretty damn near it).
Fellow nomads Shelley and Keith run a great travel site show casing how they are able to accomplish a lot of traveling without breaking the bank.
Their book has tons of great tips, real life examples and easy to click links. They added new chapters in the second book to include camping and this is the site we wrote a guest post about camping on.
Some places are worth mentioning more than once and one such spot is Lady Elliot Island. I wrote another guest post on the wesaidgotravel site show casing this amazing experience we had in the one of the seven natural wonders of the world. Lady Elliot Island (LEI) sits eighty miles off shore at the southern end of The Great Barrier Reef. Spending about a week of our lives on this island has been one of the best things we have ever done. I wrote two others post titled LEI - Part I and LEI - Part II for vagabondway to give a more in depth look at the island.
We were pleased and thankful to be listed in the paper and on these sites. In just a short day (ah!), we leave for our next adventure to South America. We are geared up and ready to see what new experiences we may encounter, like the photo above when we tried to roast coffee the traditional way in Indonesia. Thanks for all the interest and growing support to The Vagabond Way.
Can't wait to jump continents and share the next adventure together with you.