Never Ending Voyage Around the Web and an Update

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We’ve been on the road for six weeks now and have been really pleased with the interest and feedback we have had about our Never Ending Voyage blog so far. We’ve had over 3000 visits to the site and our twitter followers, facebook fans and email newsletter subscribers are constantly growing. So, thanks everyone!

We’ve also been featured on a number of other websites in the last month including:

A Travel Around the World published a guest post I had written for them with lots of tips for visiting the paradise island of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands

Feint interviewed us to find out more about our nomadic lifestyle, as well as featuring our packing list in his weekend reading.

Thom and Sean featured us as one of the ‘outstanding’ blogs that they recommended, highlighting our How to Sell All Your Stuff post.

Travel Blog Sites included details about our blog and our travels.

Vagabond3 linked to our saving for travel post.

Two Go RTW found our Managing Your Finances on the Road article useful.

In My Hands learnt about our ideas on How We Plan to Travel Forever.

Photography Colleges featured us as one of their Top 100 Travel Photography Blogs.

Erin is still writing weekly articles for Kerala India Travel including a recent post about the best place to see elephants in Kerala.

Simon is taking part in Location Independent Professional’s 12 Week Challenge to develop Line In, his web design business.

Thanks to everyone who has featured us on their site, to our supportive readers, and to everyone who has left comments here.


We left the UK on 1st March with no plans to return. We spent the first 2.5 weeks relaxing in Brazil before heading to Buenos Aires where we have rented a lovely apartment in Barrio Norte and plan to stay here for two months. We are in no rush on our indefinite adventure so we are taking our time here to learn Spanish and tango, explore this fascinating city and eat all the delicious food on offer. Simon has been busy with freelance work so things are looking good for maintaining our digital nomad lifestyle.

We have more posts coming soon about our time in Rio de Janeiro and Buenos Aires, so consider signing up for free updates by email or RSS. It takes a while for us to catch up with posts so if you’d like to keep more up to date about what we are doing right now then follow us on Twitter or become a fan of our Facebook page.

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    • Thanks Poi! Yes, we are getting very spoilt in our lovely apartment. It’s going to make going back to hostels really hard!


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