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.
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 man built a beautiful off-grid cabin with the help of friends for $65,000 CAD including the cost of the land. There was no road access to his lot so he had to bring in all of the building materials using a 4-wheeler with a small trailer, and then load them on a material elevator to bring them up a cliff to where he wanted to build his home.
Freedom Cove is a rare and very special place. It’s a man-made floating island that acts as a homestead, an art installation, and a home to Catherine and Wayne in Tofino, BC, Canada. The project started with a small float home that was built using wood that had washed ashore after a storm, and since moving into it in 1992, they’ve gradually added new buildings, greenhouses, and an outdoor dance floor to create a fully off-grid, floating homestead where they can grow most of their own food, earn a living as artists, and reduce their environmental footprint.
Living The Van Life: To find yourself, sometimes you have to lose yourself. On a much needed random van life road trip adventure, I found myself in an arctic blast storm system in the interior of BC with subzero temperatures making it my coldest camping adventure ever had in my van at -5ºF overnight. How to stay warm in the winter weather in your van? Vanlife can be a major challenge in winter. I give you some temperature comparisons during this winter storm to show you how my Chinese diesel heater keeps my Volkswagen Westfalia warm in the extreme cold weather.
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