We have a lot of fun traveling and living in our van but there are a lot of moneys on screen and off that actually scared us. So we wanted to talk about the scariest moments of our journey thus far.
living in a tiny house
Spend Less & Enjoy More in Panama. Panama stands out among the world’s expat destinations because it offers solid infrastructure and First World amenities…close to North America. And when it comes to value and variety, Panama can’t be beat. Here, you really get what you pay for…never less. A little money can buy you a lot of luxury. And even if you’re living on a pension, life here is easy, breezy, and fun. There are parts of Panama where one can live on $1,000 a month, all told. Places where you’ll find few cons and plenty of pros, from pretty views to friendly locals. Where you feel miles away from the First World capital—though, truly, the country is so small, you’re never far from the city. Places where you can live a good life.
We made a video to answer all the questions about shipping our van from panama to Colombia. Hope you like it 🙂
This time we take our friend Tony on a food tour of Medellin, or does he take us??? A day of food in colombia!!!
Carole Lyne Robin is an impressive and inspiring woman and we love that she has designed her life around what is most important to her. She’s a freelance photographer who helped build her own tiny house so that she could afford to live where she wants (off-grid in the bush!) and spend more time with the people and projects she loves.
When she’s not taking photographs, she’s volunteering as a farm hand on a reindeer ranch, taking courses on how to tan hides in the traditional Cree way, spending quality time with her parents, friends, and extended family, crafting beautiful items, and connecting with the outdoors where she canoes, fishes, hunts, and hikes.