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Want to see where we travelled in the last two years? Take a look at our updated map: http://www.neverendingvoyage.com/map/
You can follow our route on this map, which shows all of the places we've been since we became digital nomads. Click on a blue marker for more information. The red lines are flights, the purple lines ...
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To celebrate our ebook launch we asked other travel bloggers to share their top tips for places to visit in South America. Here's Part 1 focusing on Argentina, Chile, Uruguay and Brazil: http://www.neverendingvoyage.com/the-best-of-south-america-part-1/
This week we launched our free ebook South America Highlights where we share 28 of our favourite places from our year on the continent. We thought it'd be interesting to find out how our highlights co...
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To find out more about us read our interview on +A Dangerous Business where we share our proudest travel moment, lessons we've learned after nearly two years of full time travel and which item in our backpack we can't live without.
Every Thursday, A Dangerous Business will be shining the spotlight on a world nomad, travel blogger, armchair adventurer, or just someone really cool in the travel world. This week, the travelers are ...
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Our best posts of 2011 including travel tips for Japan, Thailand and Colombia, and advice for long term travellers and digital nomads.
As 2011 is almost at an end we took a look back at which posts have been most popular on Never Ending Voyage this year. Our most popular posts from 2010 are still going strong and worth a look as earl...
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We hope to make it to Jordan in 2012.
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If you’re a frequent visitor to LandLopers, then you know that I didn’t just enjoy my trip to Jordan earlier this year, I loved it. I’ve been looking
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Where to stay in Japan - our detailed guide to accommodation options from quirky to traditional to budget (sort of).
Simon enjoying a Japanese feast at our Minshuku or traditional inn. Japan is expensive, and one of your biggest expenses will be accommodation. Even a budget hostel room in Japan costs as much as a ...
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Planning a trip to South America? You'll find plenty of inspiration in our new ebook South America Highlights:
Today we are launching our first ebook South America Highlights and it's free! We spent a year in South America exploring white sandy beaches, bug-filled jungles, snow-capped mountains and elegant col...
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Great ebook, love the design and all the useful info. Dave and I hope to get to South America next year and will be making good use of this book. Cheers! :) 
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One of our most memorable experiences in Japan was spending a night in a Buddhist temple in Koya-san. Read about the ups and downs here:
It took eight modes of transport to get to Koya-san from Kyoto: metro, bullet train, metro, train, bus, train, cable car, bus. In any other country the journey would have taken all day, but despite a ...
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Find out what Christmas in Thailand is like and our plans for 2012...
Merry Christmas everyone! We hope you are all having a relaxing time over the holidays. We spent Christmas Day with our friends Dani and Jess aka The Globetrotter Girls in sunny Chiang Mai, Thailand....
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Language Learning Tips for Couples - our guest post on +Fluent in 3 months
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Our tips for getting off the beaten track in Laos - including a jungle tarzan experience.
We are back in South East Asia, settled in Chiang Mai for the moment, but we can't help our thoughts turning to Laos, just six hours away and one of our favourite Asian countries. Laos isn't undiscove...
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Two digital nomads travelling forever
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We are Simon Fairbairn and Erin McNeaney a British couple who sold everything to travel the world indefinitely.

We make a living as digital nomads through our WordPress web design and development business Line In.

We began our journey on 1st March 2010 and spent 14 months in Latin America travelling to Brazil, Argentina, Paraguay, Bolivia, Peru, Colombia, Panama & Costa Rica. We then visited North America and the UK and are now in Asia.