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Author Archives: Ian and Brianna

A Welcome to Fans of Never Ending Voyage

July 24th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in About - (6 Comments)
Nomadic Interviews: Brianna and Ian of Vangabonds

Greetings to the fans of Never Ending Voyage who are checking out our site after reading today’s Nomadic Interview! Thanks so much for stopping by. Simon and Erin are a tremendous inspiration and resource for all digital nomads, location independents, world travelers, and allies, and we are quite honored to have had the opportunity to answer … Read more

San Juan del Sur, Nicaragua

July 11th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Celebrations | Food | Lodging | Nicaragua | The Places We've Been - (5 Comments)
Overlooking San Juan del Sur

Intro to SJDS San Juan del Sur is first and foremost a fun town. A fishing village at its roots, SJDS (as it is often shortened) was a popular stopping point on the maritime route to the California during the gold rush. It has since grown to just under 20,000 residents, and the local economy … Read more

San Sebastian Etla, Oaxaca Slideshow

April 8th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Mexico | Slideshow Pictures | The Places We've Been - (1 Comments)
San Sebastian Etla Sunset

After a very active February, our pace of life slowed a bit in March. Though, as usual, our list of places to see and things to do started out fairly lengthy, we felt ourselves yield a bit to the friendly and laid-back vibe that permeates San Sebastian Etla, our home for the month. As such, we … Read more

Oaxaca Guerreros – Mexican League Baseball

April 6th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Mexico | Sports | The Places We've Been - (3 Comments)

The Team: Oaxaca Guerreros The League: LMB (Liga Mexicana de Béisbol), a 16 team league in the Minor League Baseball system known as the Mexican League by Major League Baseball The Baseball: Though described by MLB as a “triple-A level” league, what we saw in an admittedly small sample size of one game was probably closer to … Read more

Everyday Essentials: Guanajuato

March 4th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Everyday Essentials | Mexico | The Places We've Been - (3 Comments)
Callejon in Guanajuato's Centro

This is a series detailing some of what appear at first to be more mundane details of a place, but will hopefully be illuminating as insights into the grind behind the “glamour.”  Streets, Callejons, and Tunnels Understanding the transportation grid is vital in trying to wrap your head around the gem that is Guanajuato. The … Read more

Everyday Essentials: San Juanico

January 24th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Everyday Essentials | Mexico | The Places We've Been - (7 Comments)
Our Street

Our description of our journey has evolved greatly over the last year, not just in how we share it with others, but in how we understand it ourselves as well. Perhaps fellow nomads Erin and Simon explain it best in their Slow Travel Manifesto. We don’t view our lifestyle as a trip as much as … Read more

El Día de los Reyes

January 6th, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Celebrations | Food | Mexico | The Places We've Been - (0 Comments)
Rosca de Reyes

Yesterday at dusk we wandered to Aborrotes Lupita, the nearby grocery store, to pick up some tortillas and Tecate. The gentleman who runs the store was behind the counter and across from him on a stool was his teenage helper. Sitting on the display case next to the young man were three items new to … Read more

Border Crossing: USA / Mexico

January 3rd, 2013 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Border Crossings | Dogs | Mexico | Speedbumps | United States - (3 Comments)
San Ysidro to Tijuana Border Crossing

We cross borders by land in a CR-V with US passports and our two dogs. We do not carry drugs or weapons or disallowed fruit (usually). These articles are not a definitive guide to crossing borders nor should they be used as a sole source of information. They are our experiences. When, Where, and Which … Read more

Our First 12 Weeks in Video

December 1st, 2012 | Posted by Ian and Brianna in Canada | Parks | The Places We've Been | United States | Video - (3 Comments)
Badlands National Park View

From Brianna: I’m going to tell you something reasonably embarrassing about myself so bear with me here as I apprise you of my ignorance. Until last Thursday, when I thought of Yellowstone National Park, the extent of my mental picture could genuinely be described as Yogi’s Jellystone Park complete with trees and park rangers and … Read more