Just because you are on the road managing a budget doesn’t mean you can’t be a foodie. We do a lot of research for local food experiences but when traveling with a family we also do a bit of cooking. What’s in our bag? Before we left we built out a travel cooking kit for our long journey. Like most of the items in our bags we wanted a hack.
In the States a gap year is becoming a popular rite of passage before heading to college. Maybe it is time for parents to think about a gap year; they aren’t just for students. Did you know The Time Credit system in Belgium entitles employees of one year per lifetime of absence from their job, in order to prevent burn-out and to provide an opportunity to pursue other important things.
We named our second son Cash and we know first hand that Cash is King. He thinks he is too but that is another story. Cash is a necessity but not always practical from a traveler’s perspective. We have come up with a series of money tips for families and travelers living on the road. The ironic part of this article is we are writing this story in India when.
As part of our Travel Hacker series we wanted to share an important tip for wanderers and families on the road. What you carry and how you pack is an incredibly important part of your travel strategy. Shipping souvenirs and unwanted clothes will keep your relationship healthy and it makes for great surprises when you get home. Depending on how you travel there is a great chance you are going.
What’s in My Camera Bag? You have been planning for an amazing journey and you have your bags packed! Woohoo! Now all you have to do is get some great photos of your family and your adventure and post them to Instagram like all those cool photos you see online, right? I wonder what kind of camera they are using? How did they get that amazing shot? Many times when.
A big part of our travel routine is having coffee in the morning. When you travel with little kid’s coffee becomes part of your life and daily preparations. With a little planning you can handle any coffee challenge when you can’t find a spot to get some local coffee. Depending on your destination every traveler should have some emergency coffee making tools. The tools we have researched will keep you caffeinated.
Planning for a year RTW (Round The World) can be both exciting and overwhelming. Where to start? Here are 9 steps to help you plan for a trip of a lifetime. 1. Set a Budget This will be the biggest factor in your trip. Unless you are able to make money while you are traveling, you will have to stick to a budget. You may want to consider the following.
When you live in a world with talking trains and pigs with accents a grand adventure seems like a natural step! Welcome to Cash and Cortez’s travel website. Over the next 12 months we will have a lot of fun stories and experiences to share with our friends and families.