To all of our followers and other folks looking for solidarity, we made the difficult decision to pause our current journey and would like to share our experience with you. If you’re just interested in our list of free access items, click here. Before we begin, we strongly advise anyone abroad for leisure travel to return home as soon as possible. Even if you’re in an area that is not as highly… Read More

So, you’re a Canadian who wants to live in Germany? Welcome to the Deutsch expat family 🇩🇪 I hope this step by step helps you more effectively than sifting through Government websites. If you’ve come here and you’re not a Canadian citizen, I highly recommend checking out Goats On The Road as they have an extensive, multi-country guide. Alternatively, please read on as a lot of the requirements are similar or identical!… Read More

In North America, the standard proves every downtown block and any establishment worth 3 stars on Yelp has WiFi. 7 years ago Larissa travelled to England where she stayed at a hotel with a £2 per-hour charge for wifi. For a school group filled with 14-18 year-olds, that was an astonishing, expensive, catastrophe. They were told this was normal for European establishments and, sure enough, in France and Italy the WiFiless world… Read More

It may seem like a daunting task or an abstract idea to move somewhere you’ve never been on a whim. Not knowing where you will be in a month’s time, not speaking the language, and basically experiencing everything for the first time is scary, but also really exciting.