The food prices in Karlsruhe were surprisingly affordable. With some careful meal planning, we were able to keep our usual menu and stay well under budget during our stay.
I'm so glad that we got the opportunity to house sit in Karlsruhe, Germany. The city surprised us at every turn with amazing people, food, and scenery.
The last two stops of our Trans-Atlantic Crossing were in the cities of Alicante and Valencia along the southern coast of Spain. They were little slices of paradise, each one beautiful and special in their own way. Unfortunately, we only had a few hours ashore in each city, which merely whetted my appetite to explore more of this amazing country.
We enjoyed a short visit to the small territory of Gibraltar and did what most tourists do, hiked The Rock of Gibraltar.
The first stop on our cruise from Miami to Rome was Ponta Delgada in the Azores. We were about 1,200 miles (1,930 km) southeast of Canada and 850 miles (1,360 km) west of Portugal. The Azores are pretty much in the middle of the freaking ocean! It was crazy to look out on an endless ocean before going to bed and wake up on land the next morning.
This is a long post outlining our lives during the NINE sea days during our Royal Caribbean Atlantic Ocean crossing.
https://open.spotify.com/track/3IQSYqnKsCTMLWn2xE3HFT?si=2a55b7f21ccc4175 After six months exploring the Eastern Hemisphere, six months and 10,000 miles in the USA, we are now on our way to our next big adventure: Europe!! But why live the life of an every day European traveler when there is a chance for me to make things more complicated? Rather than fly to... Continue Reading →
After seven months and 10,000 miles of driving, we returned back to our #Vanlife beginnings in Florida. During the seven months, we drove through 24 states and slept in 21 of them. We completed eight house sits, with eight different cats and 14 different dogs. After completing our American #Vanlife road trip, I feel so... Continue Reading →