After a successful 12 month run at housesitting, we suddenly hit a dry period. How did we cope as self-imposed homeless people, without even a temporary home?
It was late March 2016, almost a year since our UK housesitting adventures began. We had just spent 3 idyllic months on South London, but it was time to move again and face fresh challenges.
One of the challenges that comes with housesitting and moving around so often, is the variety and level of comfort one gets from sleeping in strangers beds
We visit Bristol for the second time, and learn why the cheapest travel options aren’t always best.
This is a Retropost – looking back on earlier housesitting adventures. January, 2016 Going along to a school as anything other than a student was a frightening concept. As a student you’re just one of the masses, blending in. It’s an entirely different concept being the teacher. Everyone’s looking at you. You’re running the show….
We spend our holidays heat-less in Bristol.
It’s not easy being an extrovert living an isolated, solitary life
Leaving Bath we headed east, our next stop being a three week sit in Watford. Watford is a large town set just north of the M25. Many live here and take the half hour commute into London each day. I have a connection with Watford from some years gone by. Watford football team, commonly known…
The importance of right fit in making sure your sit is a success
As the English summer drew to a close, we said goodbye to Surrey and the south of England, in preparation for a journey northward to Yorkshire. On the way we managed to get in a few days with our good friends Ed and Katie, who live in a small village just outside of Leeds. Our…