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We are Sean and Jen – an American couple who left our conventional lives in 2013 and adopted a life of full-time travel. We write about our adventures in food and travel, sharing our discoveries along the way. We love to take cooking classes and food tours and share some of the amazing recipes we uncover in our food finds/recipe section. We also write about things to do in destinations that can help you get off the beaten track.

It’s important to us to live well on the road – balancing budget but not being afraid to really splurge once and a while. So we’ve included a resources section in our blog to show you how we are able to travel full-time and reveal the tools we use to make long term travel comfortable and affordable. We hope that our experiences inspire you to consider making your own dreams about travel a reality. And to even consider some destinations that may not have been on your radar (but should be!)

We also work with travel companies and travel brands. If you’re interested in learning more about this, or partnering with us, please download our Media Kit.

Come back and visit our  blog for an update on our progress – or better yet sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of this page.

You can also connect with us on social media or via email:

email: [email protected]

twitter (Jen): https://twitter.com/2venturists

twitter (Sean) https://twitter.com/Venturists

Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/venturists/

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/2venturists/

Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/venturists/

Tumblr: http://venturists.tumblr.com/

 

Read more about us in these interviews:

Pin The Map Project

The Expat Chat

 

Feel free to get in touch with us – we’d be happy to answer your questions.

 

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Dee Bobba

Tuesday 14th of April 2020

I can't wait to read about your adventures and try your recipes. I made the tagine last night and it was wonderful! I have been to Marrakech and the scent from my kitchen as it slowly cooked triggered memories of the server lifting the lid of the tangine as we sat at the rooftop table in our riad. Merci for helping me experience again that spectacular evening.

MaryLou

Sunday 8th of March 2020

Hi guys please put me on email list so excited to see all your posts! Thx MaryLou

Eileen Reichardt

Sunday 1st of March 2020

Sean, Your grandfather and my mother were brother and sister. Jack and Pauline gave me your card andI am passing it on to my son, Jim, and my brother and sister's children who are all around your age. All live in MA. Eileen Reichardt

Marge Tourville

Friday 20th of September 2019

My husband and l are 70 yrs and will be travelling to Spain next September. Prior to a tour with friends (Barcelona - Portugal) we will be arriving in Barcelona a week ahead of your. We thought of taking the train to San Sebastian area, although after reading your blog, the pyrennes seems interesting. Would the hiking there be too strenuous for our age? We are in good health and physically fit. My husband is esp. interested in walking tours and food experiences. Any thoughts where to stay in this area? Can you sign me up for your newsletter. Thank you

Camila & Cory

Tuesday 14th of May 2019

Thank you for adding so many wonderful recipes from all around the world. It is pretty unique to not only desire to eat the food found across the globe but to be able to cook it if you are unable to take a trip. Thanks for sharing!