Maybe! If I like it. And if you pay me. To partner with me, head here.
We sure can, if it fits and I have the time. Go here and shoot me a message.
Sure, if I'm in the area or if you can send it to me! Go here to work with me.
1. My last name is Burger and I travel abroad.
2. It implies both food and travel.
4. I'm vegan and my last name is Burger and that's ironic.
5. I like to eat vegan burgers while abroad and that's funny.
6. People like burgers because they're awesome.
7. People like alliteration because it's soothing.
8. Being at the top of the alphabet is helpful.
9. Being easy to say, spell, and remember is also helpful.
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Someone that travels permanently, has no home or no base, and is voluntary homeless. All 40 things I own fit into one carryon bag that weighs 11 pounds and I go from house to house like a hermit crab. See how I do it, things i do before travel, and tips and tools.
Magic. No. By housesitting, for free accommodation. And this travel blog, for income. So, both. Check out: How-to Guides, How I travel Full time, How I Spent Only $6K in One Year of Travel, Tips and Tools I Use to Travel Full-time, Staying Safe as a Solo Female Traveler.
Housesitting is a service where a sitter lives in a home while the homeowners go on vacation, by exchanging their care and care for their pets. It lets you live in luxurious homes for free all around the world.
Petsitting is housesitting, but in addition to the house, you also you take care of (and love!) someone's pet animals while they are away. You are there to help them feel safe, secure, loved, and ensure that their exercise, diet and daily routines are uninterrupted.
I'm a minimalist traveler. I travel light, zero waste, and not only carry-on only, but under-seat only. So I only own what I need and it totals 11 pounds (5 kgs), to stay under every airlines' carry-on weight allowance. It makes life easier, lighter, cheaper, safer, and simpler. I breeze through airport security, skip baggage claims, and never even think about using those darn overhead bins on planes. A capsule wardrobe is perfect for travel because it's lightweight, quick to clean, and easy to mix and match.
Well, I am solo, so I just go. I think it's quite easy and fun to do whatever I want, whenever I want, without comprising with anyone, ever. But then again, I'm a lone wolf. I’m an experienced traveler, but if you are confident and present in your surroundings, then your own intuition will usually guide you just fine. More: tips to stay safe as a solo female traveler, questions solo travelers are tired of hearing, and things to do before travel.
Food! Plant-based food from the actual earth! I eat a lot. All the time. All around the world. It's not hard at all. I can find yummy meals at any restaurant in the world, or street food, shop, or market. I use these apps to find and order food and love this one for translating. Check the food articles. Drool over vegan burgers. Vegan travel is really so easy that everybody's doing it, see for yourself in this vegan travel directory.
I'm a longtime ethical vegan (24+ years) so I don't eat or use any dead body parts. This is for the animals, who are sentient beings that don't deserve abuse, exploitation, or death; for the planet, that animal agriculture is destroying; and for my health, as a plant eater. Read questions vegans are tired of hearing and learn more by watching movies!
I'm American, but my ancestry is mostly German. Hence the Burger. German to the max. I've been around a bit - 40 countries on 5 continents. I'm a big fan of slow travel and also like to return to places I love, so my country count doesn't climb that fast. I don't have a master plan. I just go wherever I want, whenever I want. Which, I think, is the best way to travel.
Iceland is my favorite. Then Holland, the Pacific Northwest, New Zealand, and the Caribbean.
Just English. I get by in Spanish, but it's probably Spanglish. It's the plight of Americans.
I travel full-time, solo, so it's safer and easier to blend in with locals, and I hate selfies! Plus, if I was recognized as a professional travel blogger, I wouldn't get an authentic experience to report. In most of the food, hotel or attraction reviews I do, I try to work it out so that I can participate without the staff knowing who I am.
Because they're ridiculous. Point the camera at the subject, not yourself! That's backwards!
Maybe! Send me a booking request here and I'll see if I can help out.
Chances of that are slim. I'm a lone wolf. Plus you'd have to be as cool as me. We're talking level 10 coolness here.
Before I started housesitting internationally, I did it locally as a full-time job by running my own dog walking and pet sitting business. I went to school for veterinary technology and was also a vet tech for a decade, in surgery and emergency medicine. I've also been in every other animal field, including nutrition, grooming, hospice, adoptions and TNR. Before that, I went to school for fine arts and was a self-employed multi-media artist for years. There's a tad more here.
Nowhere! I don't cook. I don't enjoy it, I'm not good, and there's no need to when there's so much delicious food being prepared by passionate, skilled professionals all around the world. Trying to eat on the cheap by cooking something boring in a kitchen is a total waste of time. I love trying out new regional cuisines and sampling interesting original dishes created by local chefs in restaurants. That's where the Bourdain in me comes out. I travel to eat all the food.