Ultimate Travel Guide for Estepona (Málaga) Costa del Sol

Estepona is adorable. It’s a sleepy, whitewashed fishing town (ok a small city) with plenty of Spanish charm. Just 89 kilometers west of Málaga on the Costa del Sol, Estepona feels a bit more authentic than the larger ports of Marbella or Fuengirola. If you’re planning a holiday in southern Spain, this small coastal city should be on your list. I was lucky enough to … Continue reading Ultimate Travel Guide for Estepona (Málaga) Costa del Sol

How I Applied (and got Denied) for the German Freelancer Visa

…An Operation: Gone to Europe Update Ever since I wrote How to Get a German Language Course Visa  I had been planning to write a follow-up post about what I did next, which was apply for the German Freelancer Visa. I wanted to write it, but I was too busy travelling and making a living as a freelance writer and content strategist. TL;DR – Apply … Continue reading How I Applied (and got Denied) for the German Freelancer Visa

How to Save Money While Travelling Long Term with Workaway

A comprehensive guide for the budget traveler (or anyone else who wants to save money on the road)! If there’s one thing I’ve noticed since diving into becoming my own boss and living a semi-nomadic lifestyle, it’s that lots of people are interested in a life of travel. As the world gets smaller thanks to social media and cheaper flights, more and more of us are … Continue reading How to Save Money While Travelling Long Term with Workaway

Bar to Belgrade by Train

When traveling overland, I always try to move by train if possible. When I looked into a train from Bar, on the Adriatic coast of Montenegro to Belgrade, Serbia, I learned it’s known for being one of the most of the most stunning train rides in Europe. The historic or Belgrade to Bar train route opened in the 1970’s with former Yugoslav President Tito’s personal … Continue reading Bar to Belgrade by Train