Welcome to our FAQ page! Here at DaDi, we’ve compiled answers to the questions we receive most frequently about our travels, blogging, and lifestyle. Whether you’re a seasoned traveler or just starting out, we hope you’ll find these insights helpful and inspiring.
Starting a trip in Europe is all about dreaming big and then acting on those dreams. First, think about the countries or cities you want to visit, the experiences you want to have, and the budget you’re working with. Once you have a rough idea, start researching your destinations in more depth, looking at accommodation options, transport, and must-see sights. Remember, it’s your adventure, so tailor it to your interests and dreams. Don’t forget to check visa requirements if needed. DaDi is here to inspire and help you plan your journey.
Yes, it’s safe to travel as a nomadic couple, provided you plan wisely and take precautions. Always stay informed about the safety conditions of your destinations, respect local customs, and keep emergency contacts handy. It’s also important to have travel insurance for unexpected events. Traveling as a couple can be a rewarding experience, allowing you to share adventures and build lasting memories. As nomadic travelers ourselves, we’ve been to over 50 countries and continue our journey, proving that with the right mindset and preparation, it can be safe and fulfilling.
Absolutely! Starting a travel blog can be a wonderful way to document your journeys and share your experiences with others. It not only serves as a personal diary but also inspires others to pursue their own travel dreams. However, remember that maintaining a blog requires commitment and consistent updates. But don’t let that deter you. We started DaDi to inspire others to follow their dreams and show them that it’s possible to achieve them. So, if you’re passionate about traveling and sharing your adventures, go for it.
I can tell you that choosing a favorite country is a tough task! Each place we’ve visited has its own unique charm and experiences. It might be the cultural richness of Italy, the natural beauty of New Zealand, or the bustling cities of Japan. The diversity of the world makes every country special in its own way. But rest assured, we cherish every journey and every memory we make along the way.
As of now, we’re loving life in Portugal and plan on settling here for a while. Our next destination? That’s a good question! We’re always dreaming and planning, but we haven’t decided just yet. Stay tuned!
We started DaDi after years of dreaming about traveling the world ourselves. Finally, we took the plunge, sold everything we owned, and began to travel full time. The blog was born out of a desire to inspire others to follow their dreams and to show them that achieving these dreams is possible. Since then, we’ve visited over 50 countries and continue to inspire others with our motto – Dream, Act, Discover & Inspire. The journey has been incredible, and we look forward to many more adventures.
Saving money requires planning and discipline. Here are our top tips:
- Set clear financial goals and keep track of your expenses.
- Eliminate unnecessary spending and find ways to cut down on costs.
- Prioritize saving: Consider it as paying yourself first.
- Consider using a savings account or investment plan to grow your savings.
- Finally, be patient. Building a healthy savings fund takes time.
Remember, we managed to save over $80,000 for a house deposit. With the right mindset and strategy, you can achieve your financial goals too.
Health and travel insurance are essential when traveling, especially for nomadic travelers. It’s crucial to find a plan that covers medical emergencies, trip cancellations, and lost belongings. Before purchasing a plan, thoroughly read the policy to understand what is and isn’t covered. It may also be beneficial to find a policy that offers direct payment to healthcare providers, so you don’t have to pay out-of-pocket and then seek reimbursement. Always keep your insurance information accessible and inform your insurer immediately in case of an emergency.
Balancing blogging, traveling, and living is about effective time management and setting priorities. We allocate specific times for exploring, writing, editing photos, and resting. Having a routine, even a flexible one, helps us stay organized. We also ensure we take time to just live – enjoying a sunset, a meal, or a walk without the pressure of documenting it. Remember, it’s important to live in the moment too. It’s a juggling act, but with passion and planning, it’s certainly possible to do all three.
Absolutely! Here are some ways to earn money while traveling:
- Freelancing: Use your skills like writing, graphic design, or programming remotely.
- Teaching English: Many countries look for native English speakers for tutoring.
- Travel blogging or vlogging: Share your experiences and monetize through ads or sponsorships.
- Seasonal work: Jobs like fruit picking or ski instructing can be found in many countries.
- Remote jobs: More companies are offering positions that allow you to work from anywhere.
Remember, it’s essential to check the work regulations of the countries you’re visiting to ensure legality. Happy traveling and working!