living in a van

Our Scariest Moments of Van Life

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.

Van Breakdown on a Tiny Island

This week is all about looking on the bright side of a van breakdown as we are forced to slow down after our van won’t start on the tiny island of Menorca. The last time our van wouldn’t start we needed to replace our Sprinter Van’s engine so the problem will be an easy fix and we can begin traveling in our tiny home on wheels sometime very soon! Until then, we rent a scooter to explore some of the most idyllic beaches we’ve seen thus far in Europe.

A Day in the Life of Living In A School Bus in Panama

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.

The End of Van Life in Mexico

Today’s van life vlog begins in Guadalajara (Mexico’s second largest city!). We enjoy a puppy walk to a nearby cafe to start the day and use van life toilets! We then make the difficult decision to call it quits on this journey of van life in Mexico. Between the rising temperatures and the great distance between us an our dream destination of Chiapas, we’ve decided to read the signs as a cue to leave while on a high. We have LOVED our time in Baja California Sur and despite our sickness last week can see why so many people love mainland Mexico as well.

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