Is it Safe for Solo Women or LGBTQ to Travel Around the World? Plus Expert Travel Advice!

Is it Safe for Solo Women or LGBTQ to Travel Around the World? Plus Expert Travel Advice!

One giant piece of advice comes from someone with quite a bit more experience traveling than us, Nicky Kobly, who shared their advice to us and a number of other people on December 12th of 2018. It is such amazing advice that we didn't want it to get buried or forgotten about, so we are sharing it here to…

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Three Hospitals in the Third Trimester - Having a Baby in Cape Town, South Africa

Three Hospitals in the Third Trimester - Having a Baby in Cape Town, South Africa

When we first learned that we were pregnant, less than 2 months into our multi-year travels around the world, we had two options: 1) end our travels early and return home or 2) have our baby while we were traveling.

Returning home would end our travels because, as full time travelers, we are exempt from paying for the mandatory U.S. medical insurance required by the Affordable Care Act - as long as we are outside of the country for at least 330 days out of the year. If we were to return, we would not only have to pay for our airfare (roughly $1,250 each from where we would be when we needed to return), but we would also have to back-pay for that medical insurance as we would no longer be exempt. The penalty is either…

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Top Baby Travel Essentials for your Nomad Baby

Top Baby Travel Essentials for your Nomad Baby

Nomads, Digital Nomads, Travelers, Wanderers, Adventurers, Explorers. Whatever the label is, we’ve been traveling non-stop since March 2018. If you’d like to learn how to travel forever too, check out our FREE Nomad Guide! A few months into traveling, we discovered that we would be expecting a baby in early 2019. A few months before the baby’s arrival, we started researching the BEST baby nomad gear. Our plan is to continue our travels with our baby nomad in tow and…

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