Bird Watching in China For my bird watching in China, Chengdu was a little bit of a challenge. Everywhere I went there were groups of
There seem to be a bazillion nomad bloggers out there talking about how cheap it is to travel, but very few are open about their finances. We’ve gotten quite a few questions about how we can afford to travel full-time, so we’ve decided to open up the books and do a monthly post with the details of our budget. The hope is that these posts will help prepare others who are thinking about jumping into the nomad life, and help us re-assess our spending habits. Enjoy!
China isn’t really known for their beer and it is obvious why at the first sip. Now, that isn’t to say I didn’t enjoy my beer in China, because I absolutely did. I enjoyed it the same way I enjoy a refreshing Coors Light. Sometimes I just really want a Coors Light, sue me.
Guess what we did today?!! We woke up bright and early this morning to make the hour long trek to see China’s national treasure, the Chengdu
Since arriving here, I have awoken each morning with so much excitement to explore this amazing city. Chengdu has beautiful architecture, varied restaurants and shops,
When I envisioned how this trip would go, I saw us living our normal lives, but with different scenery. It worked out great when we