Archive for 'Housesitting'
Our five favorite housesitting experiences (and the 2nd edition of the Break Free housesitting book!)
Posted on 14. Dec, 2013 by Dany.
Since we started housesitting in 2010, we have had once in a lifetime experiences we will never forget. Read on for our top 5 of all time and find out about the updated version of our book on housesitting.
Posted on 02. Jul, 2013 by Jess.
We may have saved thousands on accommodation costs, but that’s not what made our Brooklyn housesit such a dream. In this post we give an overview of the exciting things we were able to cram in to two months and what the true gift of this particular housesitting experience was for the two of us.
Posted on 08. Jan, 2013 by Jess.
We talked a lot about our own housesitting experiences, but today we are highlighting some of the most amazing housesits other travelers have had around the world!
Posted on 11. Sep, 2012 by Jess.
We finished our housesit in Mexico and started our next housesitting assignment in Costa Rica with a big bang – Costa Rica welcomed us with an earthquake!
Posted on 06. Jul, 2012 by Jess.
We are three days in to a two month housesit on a remote part of the Mexican Riviera Maya. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be posting in our Notes from the Beach House series to share the highs and lows of one our favorite aspects of long-term travel – Housesitting around the world. Stay tuned!
Posted on 04. Jun, 2010 by Jess.
> > . We’ve arrived in Tucson to our 2nd house sit of our trip. We couldn’t be happier. The house that we’ll be ‘sitting’ is in the foothills of Tucson in a beautiful, quiet, secluded neighborhood. But the best of all is our new best friend for the next three weeks – Miss Millie, […]
Posted on 07. May, 2010 by Dany.
The first time we heard about house-sitting was in an article in England’s Guardian travel section. Right away we realized that this was a great way to get free accommodation for a longer period of time – perfect for our around-the-world trip. Having ‘private’ accommodation offers various advantages to staying at hotels, B&B’s or hostels.