Esther is an elementary school principal from Canada. She and her husband recently packed their bags for a year-long, round-the-world sabbatical. They are traveling the world on a budget, and in this interview, they share their tips and advice for other older travelers, proving that you’re never too old to embrace a life of travel!
This site exists to help the world travel better, cheaper and longer. To do that, I need to hear from you! I’ve created a short survey so that you can share your suggestions, criticisms, and any other feedback you have with me. The survey is completely anonymous and will help me improve the blog so that I can better help you get out the door and into your next adventure!
I’m always on the hunt for a good book. I absolutely love to read, and since I spend so much time in transit I’m always in need of something to help me pass the time. Here are some of the best books I’ve read recently – as well as a discount code for a Kindle!
No visit to Canada is complete without experiencing Québec City. The history, culture, and food offer up something for everyone, and you’ll be hard pressed to find a more picturesque city in all of North America! Find out how to get the most out of your visit by following these budget tips from a local.
Over the years, this blog has grown from a part-time hobby to one of the biggest travel blogs in the world. During that time, I’ve built an awesome team of remote workers to help me keep this blog running smoothly. Allow me to introduce to Nomadic Matt crew!
Travel insurance is one of the most important things you’ll need for your trip. There’s a 99% chance you will never need to use the policy you bought, but accidents happen and life on the road is uncertain. In the end, it’s better to be safe than sorry!