CouchSurfing Around The World

Maya Beach on Koh Phi Phi Leh, ThailandWe gave up our apartment, put our things into storage, and began traveling around the world. Married for just two years, we set off with very little planning. Working along the way, and CouchSurfing as often as possible, we’ve made crazy new friends and have seen some amazing places. Follow our shenanigans though nine countries over four months!

5 Things You Need to Know Before Visiting the USA

It’s no doubt that the USA is one of those places that people from all over the world eagerly want to visit (alongside with Russia where there are so many russian girls for marriage ) – and it’s totally worth it. And just as any highly developed county,
America has peculiarities and features only Americans can fully understand. Here are some of
the things you may find difficult to comprehend while visiting the United States:

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How to Stay Close with Your Partner While Traveling by Yourself

In the modern world, where crossing the oceans and the continents in their entirety is
only a matter of hours, making traveling your way to make a living is a great option. In fact, it’s
one of the most popular opportunities among unconventional choices. And, aside from being
very profitable, traveling is also a great way to broaden your horizons and fill yourself with new
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Why Traveling as a Couple Can Strengthen Your Connection

We all know that discovering new places and embarking on a lifetime adventure can
make you happy. It’s also a well-known fact that making money as a professional traveler/travel
blogger is a real option. But what if you are in a serious relationship and your life plans don’t
include giving up on your nicely tailored routine (routine is not always a bad thing, actually) and
you can’t or don’t want to become a lonely nomad? Hot to take advantage of what traveling
can offer to you?

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Hamburg — Home Away From Home

We didn’t know much about Hamburg, Germany before our visit. It’s where we got hamburgers from, right? (It actually is!) But once we’d seen the city and made a couple new friends, it was incredibly hard for us to leave.

The Hamburg Train Station is big. So, as has happened too often, we were caught unprepared. Read More

A Little Wine and Lots of Insight

After leaving the simple life in Weierhof we headed to Solingen for dinner and drinks with Frederik and Nicky (more of Patrick’s good friends). We managed to get off at the wrong train stop but our hosts came to our rescue after a quick phone call describing our snafu. Read More

Living the Good Life in Germany

We boarded a train in Switzerland and virtually traveled back in time to the scenic German town of Weierhof. About an hour south-east of Frankfurt, Weierhof is a Mennonite community. Our hosts were Carmen and Walter who are the pastors for the local church.  As mentioned in a previous post, our friend Patrick who was Read More

Dinner and Graffiti

The first night in Zurich our host had only a short time with us before having to go work. He was a producer for a local band. He was also a man of great taste which was made obvious by his cabinet full of single malt scotch. Read More

Lucerne — Art of God

We planned a day trip by train to Lucerne in the Swiss Alps. It was a beautiful trip, and an even more beautiful destination. The lake below the mountains stretched far and wide and looked clean enough to drink. That is a huge contrast to the green and muddy Lake of the Ozarks in Missouri… Read More