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Spotlight Review: Never Ending Voyage

Spotlight Review: Never Ending Voyage

Post created August 24, 2012

Pike Place MarketIf you’ve ever fantasized about giving up the mortgage, the bills, the entire 9 to 5 life and everything in it for traveling the world, this may be just the site for you. Never Ending Voyage, authored by travel and life partners Simon Fairbairn and Erin McNeany, is a step-by-step tutorial on how to do just that. These “digital nomads” as they call themselves, gave up everything for a life on the road. Interestingly, it’s a lucrative web design and development business that affords this couple the chance to do what many of us only dream about- earning a living while sharing wondrous adventures around the globe with someone special.

Never Ending Voyage is jam packed with insight on how to start your own digital nomad adventure with tips for selling everything you own, outfitting yourself with the right software, equipment, even managing finances on the road with internet banking. There are no secrets here and if you’re ready to take the plunge, this is one sight that’ll get you there- quickly and well prepared.

For the rest of us who prefer to live life vicariously, there’s no shortage of fascinating destinations and interesting tales to keep us busy. Like how you can get lost in yummy treats and unusual produce at the famous Pike Place Market in Seattle or how a house-sitting opportunity can pave the way to experience Kyoto, Japan first hand. Spanning the globe, from Asia to Central America, Europe, North and South America to Oceania, Simon and Erin keep us entertained with quirky, but fun bits of information. So if you’re looking for the cheapest places to stay in India, the best vegetarian restaurants in Cuenca, Ecuador or you simply want to enjoy a relaxing day in Seattle, Never Ending Voyage has you covered.

Ashleigh on ferry Island hopping.

Hi, I'm Ashleigh! Welcome to Seattle Travel, my little piece of beautiful PNW. This is home and I'm here to share all my experiences so visitors and locals alike can find the best experiences this part of the country has to offer. I started Seattle Travel in 2012 as a way to journal my experiences and over the years have been encouraged by family and friends to open up my adventures to everyone. I actively seek out the best food, activities, and day trips and give you a local perspective.  The Pacific Northwest is one of the most beautiful areas in the world and my goal is to let you explore it to the fullest. 

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