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How to slow travel the world
Hello! If you want to slow travel the world on a budget, you’re in the right place!
That’s our lifestyle since 2015, when we retired early.
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Earth Vagabonds are currently in the Philippines. Our latest blog updates are below.
Features on earthvagabonds.com
Pandemic travel planning
We are constantly re-evaluating travel plans for the future.
We have a few helpful resources for the truly intrepid traveler. (And our blog updates cover the latest developments on Boracay Island.)
Continuous slow travel
We live this lifestyle because we stay on budget. (Mostly.) The key to managing your money is to control your spending.
We offer lots of information on this site on how to save money and stretch money on a nonstop travel adventure.
We also reveal our expenses in monthly reports.
Early retirement info
We retired early after many years of hard work, saving money, and making specific lifestyle choices back in the USA.
If we can do it – you can do it.
Earth Vagabonds: Most recent blog updates
COVID-19 cases grow, government restricts movement.
Some thoughts on one full trip around the sun.
Jabs, beaches, and embassy bottle openers.
The latest effort to increase domestic tourism.
No one here gets out alive.
Other features on earthvagabonds.com
Ellen’s breast cancer diagnosis and double mastectomy in a foreign country was a difficult challenge during the third year of living a travel lifestyle in early retirement. But she made it!
We Earth Vagabonds enjoy helping people on our travels.
Whether it’s the Ati indigenous tribe in the Philippines, or refugees from the Middle East and Africa, or garbage pickers in Mexico — we believe everyone deserves respect, regardless of life circumstance, and we give back when we can.
We also are big believers in Kiva.org. (Hat tip to Theo’s mom Diane.)
Thanks for checking out earthvagabonds.com.
We hope to inspire people for more authentic travel, instead of taking cruises and going to all-inclusive resorts. For us, slow travel on a budget is a more sustainable way to travel and really help local communities.