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Deciding to go on your first big trip and get to the planning stage is an adventure on itself! In this Episode I share my 4 essentials mindset tips for stepping into the growth zone and get going"!
When you think of going travelling, for how long you reckon you'd do it? Towards what should you gear your travel planning efforts? Would you like to be a full-time traveller, a digital nomad, a part-time travel bee…so many options! In this episode of the Travel Expat School, I share 5 types of travels according to the period of time they take!
In this Episode, I share my travel “credentials” and how I became a traveller and an expat. Experiencing life overseas, making new friends, travelling cheap and just trying to figure out what life is about!
Moving to New Zealand and looking for well-grounded fresh intel? Cost of rent, groceries, visas, public health, activities, phone plans, internet packages…and much, much more! In this guide, you’ll find what you need to plan and budget your life in New Zealand! No confusing “life cost” calculators, just human-powered insights!
In this third and last part of the interview, we chat about travel blogging, being genuine, leaving pecfectionism behind and staying creative! Also, Angie has some advice for those who wish to take off!
We’re back with PT II of this Independent Travel Talk interview I did a few months ago with Angie D’Errico, creator of titinroundtheworld.com. Angie shares her travel stories and ideas on becoming a nomad, aka long-term traveller, writing and connecting with others!
Heading to the Marlborough Sounds in New Zealand? Check out this itinerary for walking the famous Queen Charlotte Track in full including costs, campsites, comments and the best parts of the trail!
How I hiked the 72 km of the multi-day Queen Charlotte Track, in the Marlborough Sounds—North of New Zealand’s South Island. I did the track in full, on a budget, self-guided, carrying my own backpack and camping. Read the first part of this guide with the most asked questions!
An interview packed with stories and advice for going on your first solo trip. Angie’Errico from titinroundtheworld.com shares her insights about travelling solo, how to deal with planning and embracing uncertainty.
Canada is known as the land of Hockey, Maple Syrup and Smoked Salmon. But beyond that, understanding Cultural Etiquette in Canada will allow travellers to understand this open-minded and forward-thinking culture.
"Education is the most powerful weapon we can use to change the world" may be Nelson Mandela's quote, but to my friend Osman, it's the core value that leads his life. He has made of changing lives in Ghana not a dream, but a reality. The Youth Action on Development is the early education school that reaches out to those in need but beyond that, is a commitment to relentlessly creating a better world.
Figure out the costs of travelling in New Zealand! This comprehensive guide will help you budget and save $$ during your visit. Transportation, flights. accommodation, activities, rentals and groceries… you’ll find all of it in this article!
Adding it all up, I’ve spent nearly 6 months in Italy in the past few years! From North to South and back. From crowded ferries and chain-smokers to endless espressos, long party nights and plastic bottles filled with the best of cheapest wines. Check out some of my favorite photos of Italy and get going!
Getting a great IELTS score may be key to achieving your travel-expat goals. I’ve created this video tutorial packed with real IELTS exam tips. Take the next step, follow these IELTS preparation tips!
Working Holiday Jobs are there to test a traveller’s temper and will. But it’s an important part of experiencing life abroad as most people around the world do these jobs everyday! So, as my grandpa used to say “there’s no shame in hard work”. These are lessons I learnt over 5 years of being an expat and that I want to share with you today.
Hakatere Conservation Park is only two hours away from Christchurch, in New Zealand’s South Island. Here, you can enjoy the stunning Ashburton Lakes, camp, and also visit Mount Sunday, one of the most important locations in The Lord of the Rings: Edoras.
Need help figuring out how to find information in New Zealand Immigration’s website? I’m sharing with you some of the most useful links to make your experience more user-friendly. Find the links to apply for a Working Holiday, a Work Visa or even to get Residency. I’ve also included the url for English requirements!
Want to know about the best things about living in New Zealand from an expat’s perspective? The “Kiwi Lifestyle” is known pretty much worldwide. And there’s reason to it! But sometimes it takes time to appreciate and figure out life as an expat, ragardless of where you are!
The Huanghuacheng Great Wall of China section can be easily accessed from Beijing by public transport, so you don’t need a tour yay! In this guide, I tell you all you need to know to get there and enjoy a day at the Great Wall with very few tourists on sight.
I'm quite new at blogging, and I'm taking it slowly as I really want to enjoy every step of the way.
Hey u! I'm Martina, from Argentina. I've been combining travel and life overseas since 2013 in a quest for living alongside with creativity, joy and personal growth
- becoming a traveller
- becoming an expat
- cultural etiquette
- first time travel
- independent travel
- lake clearwater
- lfe overseas
- liebster awards
- life abroad
- lord of the rings
- New Zealand
- queen charlotte track
- solo travel
- travel blogger
- travel the world
- work abroad
- working holiday