Having lived on the open road for over 3 years I know all too well that budget can effect experience. Since leaving home to travel the world I've acquired a number of tips and tricks for keeping my costs to a minimum while maximising my experience of travel. I'm happy to share everything I've learnt with you.
Live For Adventure is the tag line for my niche adventure travel blog Wanderlusters.com.
A PADI Divemaster, keen sailor and avid runner, adventure flows through my veins. I've scuba dived with sharks on a remote atoll in the Coral Sea, hiked across an active volcano in New Zealand and spent time trekking through the southern Costa Rican jungle. If you've got a penchant for adventure let me show you how to see the world.
I've been nomadic since May 2011. Choosing to utilise house sitting assignments to subsidise my living costs I've lived as a local in 8 different countries. My travel style is akin to that of the tortoise not the hare. I travel to immerse myself in new cultures not experience the social life on offer at the local hostel.
My experiences thus far have taught me how to structure my life so that long term travel is sustainable, let me show you how to incorporate long term travel into your life.
I've spent 3 months house sitting on the island and have a wealth of local knowledge to share.
I've spent time house sitting in Las Vegas and have visited the Hawaiian Islands of Molokai and Kauai.
I spent 6 months house sitting in 3 different properties in Costa Rica. In between I travelled through the north and made 2 visa runs into Nicaragua.
Having completed an epic 12 month Aussie road trip covering over 25,000km of Australia's coast and hinterlands I'm a fountain of knowledge and inspiration for all things Australian.
Similarly I spent 18 months road tripping around New Zealand's North and South Island with a caravan in tow. Scuba diving in Northland, caving in Waitomo, exploring the Coromandel Peninsula, skiing in Queenstown, hiking through Fiordland…. the list is endless…I'm practically a local.