It’s been awhile since I’ve posted here on the blog, and there are two big reasons why. First, we’ve been super busy. Wedding planning, product fulfillment, and our trip to the UK all contributed to our crazy schedules the first half of this year, and the craziness has only just begun letting up now. Second, we made a big decision a few months back (which is what this post is all about) and we’ve been slowly soaking in the changes it’s brought about. Continue reading
Swans, castles, secluded lakes… green meadows sprinkled with wildflowers. These European destinations are the stuff of fairytales, but they require a bit of extra effort to reach them.
If you’re ready to take the road less traveled on your Europe trip, add one of these picturesque destinations to your itinerary! Continue reading
We got off to a rainy start on week twenty two of our road trip, but the sun always comes out eventually in Florida. Walking on the uncrowded beach of Sanibel Island, airboating in the Everglades, and a three-night stay in Key West wrapped up our Florida time before we turned back north to begin our long trek back west.
Stops in Mobile, Jackson, and Little Rock spaced out this week’s drive, and with only eight states left on our road trip itinerary, achieving our 50-state goal was now in clear sight!
Note: I’m still catching up on our weekly road trip re-caps! This one covers October 4-10. Continue reading
Departing Myrtle Beach and continuing south, we started this week with a stop in colorful Charleston on our way to Savannah. The dreamy moss-covered oak tree scenery continued into the sunshine state, where we stopped to visit family, got a live-action dose of Harry Potter, and went to see a movie star in rehab. SPOILER ALERT: It was a dolphin!
Note: I’m still catching up on our weekly road trip re-caps! This one covers September 27 – October 3. Continue reading
Making our way south, we kicked this week off in Knoxville, Tennessee. Then, after hitting up yet another national park (pictured above), we explored the hip town of Asheville on our way to Myrtle Beach.
Note: I’m still catching up on our weekly road trip re-caps! This one covers September 20-26. Continue reading
Our third year of full-time travel was unquestionably a favorite for us both. We really settled in to our digital nomad lifestyle this year, visiting 13 new countries, managing the sales of our first (and second) photography product while continuing along our nomadic path, and we even got engaged!
Take a look with us, as we reflect on our happiest and most important moments of 2016! Continue reading
Happy 2017, blog followers and fellow adventurers!
North to South is now nearly 3 years old, and wow, what an adventure it’s been! In 2016 we saw 263,000 new visitors here on North to South. (Impressive!) If you’re one of them, welcome! We’re so glad you’ve joined our adventure! Whether you’re a new reader or have been following our adventures from the very beginning when we quit our jobs to travel the world, THANK YOU! You’re a huge part of what makes blogging so fun and rewarding.
Want to know what our readers read most here on North to South? Countdown our 10 most popular blog posts of 2016 (some of which are surprisingly “old”) with us below! Continue reading
All aboard! Last December Ian and I jumped on Amtrak’s Coast Starlight train — simply to experience a new method of getting from Point A to Point B — and it became one of our most off-beat and unexpectedly enjoyable travel adventures yet.
If you’re looking for a short and unique getaway that won’t require spending all of your savings, this 35-hour train ride could be your perfect trip. Continue reading
Shopping at the last minute for the travel lover in your life? Snag some quick and easy shopping ideas from our last-minute list. Whether they’re traveling for work or for play — by car, plane or train — there’s something for every traveler on this list! Continue reading
Living the life of a digital nomad sparks a lot of interesting conversation. We do our fair share of chatting about blogging, self employment, what traveling together full-time is like, and how to make money while traveling.
But actually the question we’re asked most has nothing to do with making a living while traveling.
Everyone wants to know which, of all the destinations we’ve visited, is our favorite. Since our answer to this question is ever-evolving and we can never pick one absolute best, here we share the five destinations that currently top our list. Continue reading