When it comes to traveling the world, there aren’t many places we WOULDN’T want to go to. But if we were to put down roots for three months, we’re a bit pickier.
Being location independent has its perks! In this episode, Heather and I discuss the top 16 cities and regions in the world where we’d love to spend three months, and what we love most about each one.
Whether it’s a great place for digital nomads with good internet and a thriving entrepreneurial community, a great beach destination, a hiker’s dream, or just a chill place with a chill vibe, we’re dreaming about where we might move next!
How about you? If you could be dropped anywhere in the world for 3 months, where would you want to live? Tweet us @ExtraPackofPeanuts!
Nick and I have been a lot of places over the past however many years.
But somehow I’m pretty sure Nick’s country count keeps beating mine!
Today we discuss our favorite cities around the world. We get through #10 – #5 for both of us today, complete with a ton of honorable mentions (you did know that was gonna happen right?) and a list of places that would NEVER make it onto our Top 10 lists.
Are these the best cities in the world?
I reserve the right to change my mind!
What are your top 10 cities, and which one are you going back to first?
Traveling the world is a great excuse to eat delicious food.
But what are the most delicious foods? The most delicious places?
You’re in luck!
Heather and I each list our top 10 meals from all over the world (including our hometown!)for a podcast that’s sure to leave you starving. We were when we’d finished recording, even after a bang-bang-bang that led to my new #1!
What are some of the best meals you’ve ever eaten? We’re always looking for more places to try, and with all these frequent flyer miles, we might just fly out to see if it’ll knock one of our top 10 off the list!!
Today we talk about experiences that had us shivering in our boots…
because it was winter!
Nick joins me again today so that we can layout our top 10 (or if you use Nick as an example, 13) European cities to visit during winter.
Not only do several airlines run off-peak promotions for award bookings to Europe during the winter (most notably, American Airlines) but you can save a ton on accommodation as well because it’s the low season!
We chat about everything from London to Istanbul with tons of locations in between, with a ton of funny stories to go with each. Where do you suggest we travel to in Europe during the winter? What did we miss? Let us know so we can plan next year’s trip!