If Independent Travel or Expat Life float your boat, then you are in the right place! If people keep saying you should settle. Or you hear every day the same broken record… “Oh well, it is what it is…just accept reality, no one gets everything”. Boooooring!
After years of travelling, living abroad, applying for working holiday visas, getting residency in New Zealand, and even doing my Italian Citizenship; I realized there’s only one thing I love more than travelling, and that is, sharing this passion with you!!!
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!
This fun and joyful interview is 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.
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!
Travelling on your own for the first time is such an adventure! Sometimes you may need a lil bit of growth mindset though to get you going. Stepping into the Travel-Zone is a journey that starts with an idea, a dream and a dose of creativity.
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.