• Around the world,  Country Guides,  During the World Tour,  Europe,  Italy,  TDM,  Tips,  Travel Journal,  Venice

    2 days in Venice (Italy): Must-see Visits

    We just spent 2 weeks in Venice. Of course, we are working at the same time, so in real life, we really only spent 5 days visiting a maximum of things in the city, including 2 full days for its must-sees. According to me, here are the musts of Venice to do in two days: Saint Mark’s Square: a huge tourist square saint Mark’s Basilica: golden mosaic everywhere the Doge’s Palace: sumptuous rooms, decorated from floor to ceiling Bridge of Sighs: connects the old prisons to the interrogation cells of the Doge’s Palace, you can walk on it while visiting the Doge’s Palace but otherwise you can see it from…

  • Around the world,  Country Guides,  Digital nomad,  During the World Tour,  Europe,  Italy,  TDM,  Travel Journal,  Venice

    Venice (Italy): 2 weeks as Digital Nomads

    After a month and a half in Rome, we decide to spend two weeks in Venice to enjoy the good weather before the arrival of winter. This is a first for us! We visited a lot of fake Venice, small Venice, green Venice…. but for the REAL Venice, we waited until 2020 to go there. We arrived in Venice by train. The train crosses a kind of narrow path, surrounded by water. It looks like we are going to the Keys. The water does not seem so deep because I saw people with their feet in the water and it only reaches their knees. We see a lot of fishermen…

  • Around the world,  Asia,  Country Guides,  During the World Tour,  Preparations,  TDM,  Vietnam

    Which visa for Vietnam? Visa Exemption, Visa on Arrival, e-Visa

    Type of visa Duration Entries Cost Validity Possible extension ? Visa exemption 15 days 1 0€ All border crossings No e-visa 30 days 1 25$ Some border crossings Yes but expensive Visa to be applied for at theVietnameseembassy inFrance 30 days 1 60€ Yes 30 days Multiple 80€ Yes 90 days 1 80€ Yes 90 days Multiple 130€ Yes Visa on Invitation 30 days 1 50$ Yes 30 days Multiple 55$ Yes 90 days 1 70$ Yes 90 days Multiple 75$ Yes Visa exemption The visa waiver for a maximum of 15 days applies to citizens of the following countries: France, Japan, South Korea, Sweden, Norway, Denmark, Russia, Finland, Germany,…

  • Country Guides,  During the World Tour,  Europe,  Italy,  TDM,  Tips

    How to Receive Parcels in Italy? Relay, Lockers, Poste Restante, Fermopoint

    You have the standard solution: directly at home in Italy. I’ve seen a lot of delivery people, who make the effort to ring the bell at people’s homes. However, if you are away, as the Italian mailbox is often small, they won’t hesitate to leave the package in the hall (even if the front door is open). As an ex-parisian, it stresses me a lot lol. This option isn’t possible for me because the intercom at my home in Rome does not work :'( If you are traveling and staying on Airbnb, you must encounter the same problem. How can I receive my mail or parcels in Italy when I…

  • Around the world,  Country Guides,  Europe,  France,  Our Itinerary,  TDM

    4 weeks Road Trip in France – Itinerary by Car, Budget & Addresses

    That’s it, it’s decided! We leave for a road trip in France in August. It’s a real Tour de France, but by car.We are still waiting for the information concerning the authorization to move in France (green zone, red zone etc.) here is our itinerary : To create this itinerary, I was inspired by the best points of interest in France, which you will find here Car Rental We rented a car for a month at Leclerc near Rouen because they offer the best rates (more info here).However, as the deductible is very high, it is absolutely necessary to have a credit card with a minimum of 1200€. We did…

  • Around the world,  During the World Tour,  Preparations,  TDM,  Tips

    How to Save Photos during a Trip or a Round the World Tour?

    If you are going on a long trip of several months, you surely have a high-performance camera on you that will take high definition photos. You will probably also use this camera or your phone to take videos. Maybe you even bring a drone to take spectacular videos. Anyway, you will create a database of thousands of files that will represent your most beautiful memories. This base will weigh very heavy, tens, even hundreds of gigabytes. We’ll have to think about how to save all this and avoid everyone’s haunting: losing all our precious memories along the way. What volumes are we talking about? During our first world tour, we…

  • Digital nomad,  During the World Tour,  TDM,  Tips

    How to watch French Television live from abroad?

    We have never been big TV consumers and even less so since we travel but there are times when we still want to watch French TV: Anh likes to follow the show l’Amour est dans le pré 🙂 During the crisis of the yellow vests, I felt the need to follow the news I like to follow sports events such as the Tour de France or OM soccer matches 🙂 Most of the free channels like TF1, France Télévision or M6 offer a streaming service but it’s only open to French IPs, it’s usually well shielded from advertising and you have to create an account each time. There are illegal…

  • Around the world,  Country Guides,  During the World Tour,  Europe,  Germany,  Our Itinerary,  TDM

    3 weeks Road trip by Train in Germany: Itinerary & Budget

    Because of the coronavirus, it is possible that our only vacation destinations this summer will be in France (without the cat). But keeping our fingers crossed, we might be able to push to the neighboring countries. I was criss-crossing Germany when the coronavirus hit. I present below my 3 weeks itinerary planned for this wonderful country that I knew very little about. I was able to carry out the planned itinerary until the 8th day. From the 9th, well, you have the version “I planned but…”. I hope to be able to update the actual expenses very quickly from day 9, because Germany will be our 1st destination as soon…

  • America,  Country Guides,  Peru,  TDM,  Tips

    10 things to know before your visit to Machu Picchu [update 2020]

    Guide updated in May 2020 1. Mountain sickness I think that 100% of the visitors of Machu Picchu must pass first by Cusco before going to Machu Picchu. Cusco is at 3 400m of altitude, so if you come from Lima (or any place < 2500m of altitude), you risk to have the mountain sickness ( soroche). Allow 1-2 days of acclimatization in Cusco. Even if Machu Picchu is only at 2500m, the route Cusco – Machu Picchu will pass by places higher than 3800m, which is starting to do a lot 🙂 To remedy this, chew coca leaves (all hotels and hostals in Cusco will provide you with free…

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    [Rates 2020] How to go to Machu Picchu without having to trek, walk, get tired

    Article & Rates updated in May 2020 To join Machu Picchu from Cusco is really the course of the fighter. There is no direct way where one can simply go up in a bus, make a small nap then to wake up just in front of the entrance of the ruins while saying “Oh! we already arrived!”. Moreover, many agencies, intermediaries, various options which are offered to us in Cusco do not arrange the things. Too much information kills information! Before coming here, I believed that only the Inca Trail of 4 days led to Machu Picchu. And then, I was told about a 2h walk along the rails then…