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Michelle C



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Why wait until retirement to live your dreams? We are Jedd and Michelle, a Returned Peace Corps Volunteer couple turned digital nomads, blogging about meaningful and long-term travel, intentional living, and mid-life sabbaticals.

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AEcuador: What to do in Ecuador

Hi Tyler. We spent 6 weeks in the Ecuadorian Andes and loved it. Here's 6 places where we went.  Great for traveling on a budget. I might put Banos at the top of your list. We loved Cuenca but mostly as a laid-back place to live (we work online), though there are... See More

AYellowstone National Park: Best circuit from Kamloops via Yellowstone to Vancouver

Weather can be a bit drizzly and cold that time of year in the NW. All the same, I would try to hit Glacier National Park  on your way to Yellowstone. From there, you can get to Portland fairly quickly via I-84 (through Boise) which will take you through the Columbia... See More

ABanff: Roadtrip from Denver to Banff - best sights to see?

We did a similar road trip in reverse, though we started in Portland, went up to Banff, and then down to Colorado (see the itinerary here: ). Personally, I would prioritize the National... See More

AParis: A month in Paris

It's a great idea - our favorite way to travel is to settle for 3-6 weeks in one place. And Paris is one of our favorite cities - studied there and have family who live in the heart of downtown. My favorite things to do in the city can be found in this post ​. As... See More

AEcuador: Adventures / full of experince tours in the Ecuadorians

Hi Stefan. The Galapagos are famous for good reason but it is more expensive to do a package tour. The Amazon is the next most popular region. As Rasto mentioned, I agree that you would probably like Baños if you're looking for adventure activities.... See More

AJamaica: Jamaica in november

Yes, November is usually a good time. The heat won't be as bad as in summer. Watch the storm warnings just in case - it is rare for them to hit Montego Bay side, though. We lived in Jamaica for two years as Peace Corps Volunteers and have a few blog posts about travel... See More

APortland: Cafés & Vegan-Friendly Restaurants

We love the walnut "meatloaf" dishes (including eggs benedict) at a.n.d cafe​. They have vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options. See More

AJamaica: Yoga?

I never took part but I know there's a whole hostel dedicated to yoga in Negril. It's across the street from the beach-side hotels and has been popular among Peace Corps Volunteers. See More

AEcuador: Where to visit in Ecuador and what will the weather be like?

We are spending January/February in Cuenca (Ecuador)​ it is one of the most livable cities in Latin America. It's safe, charming, easy to get around, extremely affordable, and the weather is always mild (never too hot or too cold).... See More

ASpain: What is a good all inclusive young (21-35) activity tour? I would like to see the countries in no more than 7 days but am looking for a trip that includes sports/biking to see the country in a different way than tour bus

We just finished our first self-guided biking tour from Bruges, Belgium to Amsterdam (they have similar things in Spain and Italy as well). It was awesome because we saw a lot of the country and stayed active every day. The self-guided part allows you to see everything... See More

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