HOW ON EARTH We Afford to Travel FULL TIME

HOW ON EARTH We Afford to Travel FULL TIME

Hello from Puebla! Today we’re doing
something a little bit differently. Why is it just me right now? Well, I usually
get up an hour or two before Maddie does and right now I’m out taking Laska for a
walk. Laska, say hi. She’s not gonna say hi. But what are we
doing today? We’re going to give you some life updates, answer some of your questions, but most importantly something we haven’t done in
a while, is take you along on our daily life. So we’re getting some breakfast at this
local place in Puebla. It is actually, I think the restaurant part of a cooking or, culinary school, culinary university. And it’s called the Restaurante de Aplicación Universitario. Or RAU. Or RAU and the university is IEU. So there’s a lot of letters here. But they give you a crap ton of food for like 80 pesos. You get jugo verde, green juice, coffee, fruit with granola, bread, And your main plate. So I don’t think we’re going to be finishing this all but this is a darn good way to start the day! We found them for dinner last night and
had a three-course meal with agua fresca for a hundred pesos and everything was
amazing! So we came back here for breakfast. Tell you what, two meals there
and I’ve left so satisfied both times! It’s like you’re getting five-star
service for a two-star price. So we wanted to go to La Estrella de Puebla (The Star of Puebla) which is this huge observation Ferris wheel type thing. We have been to
a similar one in Vegas but they don’t open until 2:30, so right now we are in
alley of the frogs. Which apparently there is like restaurants, and shopping, and
stuff. But no frogs. And I think this might be the most gorgeous street facade in the entire city. Although the architecture in Puebla City is really pretty! This is especially gorgeous with all the bright colors and it’s newly painted! Jordan: Yeah. So we’ve been in Puebla for a couple
days now, what are your first impressions of it? I really love cleanliness of the
city! It’s pretty clean everywhere, it’s colorful in a lot of spots of the city. I’ve noticed there’s a lot of honking going on. It’s very similar to Guadalajara in that way. In a lot of ways actually. We were talking before about the
prices being higher than many other cities. What do you think? It seems like there might be a lot of business happening here. It’s very clean. It seems like a wealthier city
than most Mexican cities. And like you were saying, it’s also a little bit more
expensive than most. Not as high of prices as somewhere like Playa del Carmen or Puerto Vallarta. Yeah, yeah, not even close. It’s still
way way cheaper than where we came from in Phoenix. But I think it’s still higher
prices thnn another comparable city, Guadalajara. Uh-huh. Guadalajara. So what else? A lot of people seem to speak English here. There’s been times when we’ve been
given English menus even though we didn’t ask for it. Or without even saying a word to anyone in English. Exactly. And what else? Like Guadalajara as well, there seems to be a stark contrast between the new and
the old part of the city. There’s lots of history, but at the same time, there’s
very modern and new buildings, and I think we’re going to see some of that
when we go to La Estrella de Puebla right after this! Yeah, I mean I don’t have a whole lot of negative things to say about it. I mean, the people seem nice. Coming into the city,
driving in, it wasn’t crazy like – sometimes when we go into a new city, the way
people drive is really unexpected or hectic and it wasn’t really that
bad. This was the easiest big city driving we’ve done in Mexico. Yeah. So we are in the Uber now, on the way to
La Estrella, and it’s about a 15 to 20 minute drive, and 60? 62 pesos. 62 pesos. So, when we’re showing you just about everything we do in a single day, you also get to
see all the errors we make. Well we looked up on Google, it says this place
opens at 2:30. We took an Uber here for the sole
purpose of riding this guy, and they don’t open until 3:30, and we can’t hang
around because we have a car appointment to get to. Because I took my car in Guadalajara to get serviced and the guys wrote down kilometers from the odometer
instead of miles and my car is in miles. And gave the wrong service, and basically the
next day the service light went on. Yeah. So we’re getting it taken care of here
but we don’t have enough time to stick around unfortunately. But this does look
very cool! It cost 40 pesos and maybe we could pay another 60 pesos to come back
here [Laughter] another time. Or drive. Unlike the one in Vegas we did, that one
was about 25 dollars a person. This one is two dollars. So we are at a Toyota
dealership in Puebla City right now. We’re having to do all this in Spanish,
to the best of our ability, which we did not have to do in Guadalajara because
someone spoke English there, which is nice. But we don’t know very many
technical words regarding cars, so. It’s kind of tricky. So after this whole experience was said and done at the dealership, we
totally forgot to record anything saying how it went, because honestly, I was
really flustered afterwards trying to explain all that we needed to in Spanish. Even though we’re getting on our way to being fluent, it was still really
difficult! And fortunately, everything is great with the car, and they actually
didn’t do anything except for resetting the system, and it was completely free. Which I’m still astonished by. And by the way, why are we Ubering here when we have
a car? We get this question pretty frequently. Well, we try to drive as
little as possible in our own vehicle just because
the roads can be confusing, street – like laws and rules, and just the way that
people drive. So we try to avoid accidents by doing that. Especially when
Uber is reasonably affordable and we choose to walk most places. And then
another question we get asked so often, which we’ve never officially answered on
our channel but we’ve probably written it out like 95,000 times is why am I always the one driving the car and Jordan isn’t? Well, our good ole
tangerine mobile is actually my vehicle, so basically, I want to always be the one
driving it because if anything were to happen, like an accident or any type of
damage like bottoming out on all the topes, which happens pretty frequently.
I’d rather be the one to do it, so then I can’t blame Jordan for anything or get
mad at him for it. And I just – you know, that’s just the way that it is. Also he has to be in the. No, no, no. I have to be in the car if he is driving so. According to
Mexican law. According to Mexican law. So another question we get asked pretty frequently. Some of these times, it’s asked in a very
rude way – like “Well you guys must be rich, wouldn’t it be great if I could
travel because I had rich parents or a trust fund or something.” And then
other times, it’s asked in a nice way and we really appreciate it asking in a
nice way. Because I get it, like if we weren’t doing this, I’d be curious how
someone could do this. Uh-huh. But how do we make money? Well we answered this
about a hundred videos ago and our answer has significantly changed since
then, because our channel is a lot smaller. Now, almost all, well basically
all of our revenue comes from our YouTube channel. Some is advertising
revenue, some is from Patreon, and then others are from affiliate sales. So
basically those are our three main ways that we make money right now. We also get opportunities to do brand deals and stuff but we haven’t done any paid brand
deals yet. Maybe sometime in the future. Yeah, sometimes we do partnerships with
companies or things like that, that seem really cool. And just to clarify
for anyone who’s curious, you will never see any of these in a video if we don’t
actually like or enjoy the experience, Because if it ever came down to it, we
would more happily pay for whatever it was then lie about it just so they we
could get something for free, cuz that’s not what we’re about. Before we get into
exactly how much we’re making, I would just like to say that in any normal
social interaction, if you were to meet someone, or not know them VERY personally, you would never in a million years ask how much they’re making. “How much are you making?”
At least in the US. Or at least in the U.S. yeah It might be different in other cultures
but people ask this all the time. I think it’s so intrusive. And worse,
people think they are entitled to this information, so much that they would
consider unsubscribing if we didn’t tell them. Very ridiculous. But okay, so how
much are we making? From YouTube, we are legally not allowed to tell you.
Contractually, if we tell you this amount, we could be banned from YouTube entirely.
So, not gonna do that. If you want to know how much we’re making on Patreon, you can head right over to and we have it publicly
available for you to see there. Many creators do not do this, but in the
spirit of as much transparency as possible, we have that public for you
there. What else? One thing we forgot to mention is that we earn some money through PayPal.
We don’t advertise this publicly. Ever. We’ve never mentioned PayPal until right now. But quite a few people have left a comment or messaged us saying “Hey I would – I don’t want to sign up on Patreon, but I’d like to give you a little
something, how can I do that?” And we send them a link to our PayPal and we have it buried deep in the description of every one of our videos. So occasionally people
send us some cash on there. Which is very appreciated, so thank you if
you’re one of the individuals who has done that. It goes a long way to buying
treats for Laska. Places for us to stay at night. Medical care when Jordan gets
stung by a scorpion. Things like that. [Laughter] So it’s very much appreciated! What else, like a affiliate stuff, it’s pretty much. It varies depending on what people buy.
Like we get, you know 17 cents or something like that if you buy something
from one of our Amazon links. That goes a long way too! By the way, we’ve been
walking around this super gorgeous and fancy, outdoor mall, outdoor mall called Solesta in Puebla City. And by the way, I’m sorry to cut you off but the weather’s perfect here! Oh yeah! It’s
really nice walking around outside. But yes, to wrap up this whole what are we
making thing. We do feel like we’re pretty transparent, especially compared
to other youtubers out there who share absolutely none of this. Their Patreon
amount is private, they would never go into topics like
this. So we hope you at least appreciate that but also respect that we are
allowed to have a little bit of privacy in our lives. [Knocking at the door] Who’s that? Who’s at the door? Is that dad? So we just picked up the laundry. One example of the city being more expensive
than other cities – it was 22 pesos per kilo to get our laundry done. As compared
to other cities, we’ve seen that as low as 11 pesos a kilo. But in Guadalajara, for example, it was 15. But yeah, so we drop our clothes off, they
wash it, fold it, put it in a nice tight bundle. This is about a week’s worth of
clothes and it was six, six and a half dollars. So about the price of going to a
laundromat in the US, and you get it all done for you. What do you have to say about this, Laska? [Laughter] She’s always so camera shy! Laska! What you have to say? You say “give me belly rubs!” So we haven’t really done any
daily life vlog style videos like this since basically when we were in Guadalajara, so you guys have to let us know. What do you think? Do you like the style? Should
we do more? Should we scrap it? Yeah it didn’t quite turn out how I was hoping
or was expecting. We didn’t quite do as much as I thought we were going to. Also,
it took wildly longer at the dealership than we were expecting, and by the time
we were done it was completely dark. But anyway, if you like this let us know in
the comments. Give this video a thumbs up and subscribe to our channel! [Laughter] And one more thing! GONG THAT BELL! So you get notified the next time we put out a new video here’s in Puebla City. And we will see
you here in Puebla City!

100 thoughts on “HOW ON EARTH We Afford to Travel FULL TIME”

  • Tangerine Travels says:

    My wise dad pointed out a few things that we never actually clarified in this video:
    1. We get no financial support from our families and never have.
    2. We have always lived a very frugal lifestyle and are savvy bargain shoppers… this allowed us to save some money prior to coming to Mexico.
    3. When we first came to Mexico we lived solely off of our savings.
    4. Now, after being in Mexico for approximately 10 months, our various income streams cover budget-conscious living/travel expenses.
    5. When people sign up for Airbnb through our link, we get some Airbnb credit which helps us pay for places to stay. Although it's not technically an income source, it does help to significantly reduce our expenses.

    And as a side note to the few who might be envious of what appears to be a nonstop vacationing lifestyle, we would like to point out to you that we spend between 30-40 hours of work (Filming, editing, driving, responding to comments/messages etc.) to make one 15-minute video. Typically we try to do at least two videos a week. This means we are working behind the scenes 60 to 80 hours worked per week. Some of this includes the 1-2 hours per day (seven days a week) answering questions and communicating with our subscribers/followers, aka Tangerineys. 🙂 We love doing this! But collectively Jordan and I are working harder than we ever did at our full-time jobs back in the US.

    THANK YOU to those of you who believe in us no matter what and thoroughly appreciate what we're doing for Mexico, fellow travelers, and awesome people such as yourself.

  • Werner Danler says:

    I do like your videos and have only run across them in the last few days. I have only been on the Baja peninsula a little ways south of Tijuana, I think Ensenada, and not for about 40 years. Where in Mexico is Puebla. Doing what you are doing is much more work than I expected. Do you plan to go to other countries after this? Oh, do you need a passport to go there and back now?

  • Thanks for making these videos and helping others to travel. Showing that even Frugal people can enjoy a vacation, especially in Mexico.

  • Hola Amigos! (Gringo keyboard 😉 ) Yes to the daily life vids! I see you have had 726 comments on this vid! Holy cow! So I don't expect a reply. Buy I always appreciate the cost of living info and wifi. Maybe … do people bike in the town? Park their stealth vans? walk dogs? Thanks! (I'm in Maine, its April 4th and it snowed 6 inches of snow yesterday! 😛 )

  • It is cool to know HOW you make your living to travel..but, yeah none of our business how much. It’s very customary to ask “what do you do?”

  • You guys are awesome, loves the vids and the wonderful commentary. My bucket list has grown. I have always wondered how you guys funded your awesome adventures but would never in a million years ask, thank you for answering such a personal and invasive question. You two are living the dream, rock on

  • Hey there…new subscriber, enjoying your videos quite a bit. I appreciate your transparency around your earnings, even though you *don't owe that info to anyone!* Seriously….blows my mind that someone could think you do. I do have a question that's related, though, and hope you can answer.. What it would cost ME to travel around Mexico, and visit all the places you get to?.

    OK, I know that's an open-ended question– you don't know me after all <g>. Let's say I ate similar meals, stayed in a similar mix of places– AirBNB, short-term rentals– had a home base, and did most of my traveling on bus, w occasional internal flights. Would $2,000 USD a month do it? $2,500, $3,000? I don't see myself earning this through YouTube videos– you obviously work hard— so it'd be savings. Just wondering how far I am from being able to do something like this. Thanks for any info! 🙂

  • David Musielak says:

    After adding up all your sources of income I bet you are making 5 to 6 thousand dollars a month. So, you are roaring in cash and making a royalty lifestyle for yourselves. 😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃😃

  • I would like to ask a much less rude but perhaps a tougher question. And if you've answered this question a dozen times already, please forgive my ignorance; I have only recently discovered your channel. So — rather than ask you how much money you make (I agree that this is rude and even unacceptable), I think the more important question is how much money would a family of 4 need to survive in Guadalajara versus San Miguel, for instance? Monthly cost of living? I realize this is probably a complex question and you may have addressed this already. Please help…. Thanks.

  • You should be totally unapologetic and have no need for financial transparency. Although you didn’t point it out in the video, your comments below spell it out. What you are doing is a FULL TIME JOB!! It’s very rude for people to ask you what you make monetarily or make negative stereotypical assumptions. They are probably the same people that spend most of their time in Facebook (probably haven’t asked Zuckerberg what he makes) and streaming Netflix for $15.99 a month. The information you provide and the entertainment value (IMHO) is far greater than either of those things and many more that are far more lucrative than your endeavor. I applaud both your creativity and commitment and as a person of a much different generation than you, I feel you have a style of communication that appeals to multiple generations and wide range of demographic. I am very disappointed in the v bloggers of my generation (55 plus) because they present such an elitist, ugly American perspective to their info. As if their purpose is to save Mexico by heaping some good old American culture on the citizens. Advocating buying meat at Walmart instead of the local carnicería. Refusing to learn the language (although not tolerating that of immigrants to their home countries) and the list goes on and on. Thank you both for your perspective and your effort, it is truly appreciated. Please send me your PayPal link so I can contribute to your effort.

  • Yes, Laura look up sarcasm and satire. The example I gave was highly rude, just like thinking someone’s income is a normal thing to ask. I have been a professional in the USA for 40 years and would never ask colleagues about their income. I worry about my own business and make sure that i improve my craft in order to earn as much as possible and to be very important to the company I work for. None of those things are helped by knowing what somebody else makes. By being offended by the question I proposed you prove my point.

  • Hi Maddie and Jordan, you guys are way too nice. Please don’t feel that you have to be “Transparent” about your finances and income. It's none of business or anyone elses. People are so nosy and uncouth. It’s no one’s business and anyone that gets offended by you not telling them can go to el infierno. Olvídense de las personas groseras. Sigan viajando y sigan disfrutando.

  • Karen Shepherd says:

    I ❤ your videos. I am wondering if you got your dog in Mexico or did you bring him from the US? The last time I was in Algodonez there was an American tourist that brought her small dog into Mexico and had the pup in a doggie stroller.
    Oh, I should add….
    When we go to Algodonez I take crayons, coloring books and puzzles for the little ones who sit with their mom's at the boarder. I also take dollars for the ladies sitting at the boarder. We are not wealthy but much better off than most ppl in Mexico. There is no reason to not pay it forward. After all, we are all Americans. In fact, Mexico is part of Americano Norte.

  • U owe no apology jealousy is very ignorance
    u took a chance and tried and are proof it can be done I've teach my children to live frugally also I suppose you get a percentage of people that are negative all the time? u guys are living the DREAM that most of us want but are scared to take the first step good for you great vids
    Love from Canada

  • Amber-Brooke Clark says:

    I think its a fair question, a lot of the travel vloggers I watch talk very openly about money and as an artist alot of people ask me on social media how I am able to make it as an artist and how I transitioned from day job to dream job and I am happy to share really. I have always wanted to move to Mexico and wonder how Americans make money there for those of us who need to work. Its odvious that you all are working pretty hard with your You Tube Channel. I love watching ya'll keeping me inspired to live in Mexico one day 😘

  • I can only speak for myself, but I really like these daily life videos. In fact, I like them better than the more travel-oriented videos, as they give you a feel for what it is like to LIVE in a place, rather than just visit. I am currently watching all of your vids from the beginning, and I had missed this style! Since you are talking about streams of income, I am curious – would you still recommend Steemit to others as a source of income?

  • Have to say that I am envious of your bravery and good fortune. I am also grateful for your experiences – ideas for when I go to Mexico. Thank you for sharing how you live the life! Have fun.

  • Leticia Aguilar says:

    I think there is huge value by your videos. I would like to visit many of the places you have allowed us to see thru your eyes. Thanks for showing Mexico is an honest and truthful way. 😄❤️.

  • Im a creator on one of my other accounts. The pay is based on a number of factors. Some sponsors pay more than others and some content brings in more "wholesome" viewers thus more money. But in average its about 100,000k view = $100-$130. Again, it depends on a few things and I found that the times that adsence pays the most is when everyone is fcking sleeping. lol

  • freelancelady says:

    Ok guys you should not feel offended by people asking how much do you make because you invite them into your house and your life…you see it is like actors on TV same way…you are the actors and we are the spectators watching episodes of your daily lives… remember we live in a world where people have an opinion about everything even if most of the time they don’t know what they are talking about…this situation was created by the media’s, YouTube, internet in general. I still remember a world where mentalities were different. A world you have not lived in since you are so young…

  • Laura Arbuckle says:

    Suggestion for video: Next time you go to a Mexican market that sells. Logged or crafts please film the nicer products and add objects with prices

  • judgebullingham says:

    I, for one, love your vlogs. I hope that one day we run into you and Erin from erin's travels in Mexico. And we promise not to ask about your income as its really not germane to your vlogs and none of anyone's business!

  • Michelle 224 says:

    I liked this format. It's very interesting to just see an average day, in each place, as many folks are looking for somewhere to retire. Also loved the way you handled the "how do you make a living" question. Really glad I found your awesome channel!

  • Presley Love says:

    Hi ya'll! I think that because there are so MANY websites/blogs in so many niches that publish "Income Reports" that this has fueled an interest in how people make $ online – particularly how much – and as the saying goes; "inquiring minds want to know", lol!! But, in the end it's up to you to decide what and how much you want to share about something that is actually personal! Keep up the great vids, and throw those wandering doggies a bone for me!!!

  • I enjoyed this particular one about Pueblo City. It was very informative and down to earth. It would be like how I would like to live in a city like that as a normal experience. 🙂

  • the noseyness comes from the TV habit. many of your watchers consider you actors, i.e. not "real" people. sorry that's how it is up here in el norte.

  • Please try and show more about the local foods. I love your videos. We travel alot but mostly Europe. Keep up the good work

  • Trangrine ,
    I'm confused ? Did America get all the criminals? You should see San Diego, it's called "The invasion" here & in LA.
    LA has people living in tents. San Francisco has people,passed out on sidewalks, needles every where. There is Human Poop on sidewalks. There is a tele# for poop to be pick up. God knows how do they wash sidewalks too?

    Transparency is very nice.
    You don't owe that.

  • I appreciate your videos. I think it spreads peace and understanding to us that don't know about other places and people. Plus get the courage of following our dreams but dont know how to begin.

  • Dennis Hassler says:

    Mexico City was difficult to drive and sometimes you end up going the wrong way or cannot find a way to turn RH onto another busy street, because they don't have transitions or ramps – you have to know where to go back into the neighborhood to get down on the other route.

  • Me parece bien que conozcan México. Me parece sorprendente que no interactuén con la gente local en lo absoluto y que la mayor parte de sus comentarios se refieren a los precios de la comida o los servicios. Algunos de los lugares que visitan no son lo mejor de los diferentes sitios, quizá si platicarán con los habitantes Mexicanos de cada lugar, pudieran conocer más de la cultura, la historia reciente y los atractivos más importantes. No todo está en internet y menos en internet y en inglés. Mi sugerencia.

  • I love the answers about the whole, what are we making money wise. That's very cool. Great,channel with great content.
    There is a channel that blows my mind in a really bad way. Young couple sailing around the world's oceans on their sailboat. The girl bitched and complained that she wanted to get away from her horrible life as a – I think she sang in a bar or something. She and her guy both bitching about how life was so hard decided to buy a sailboat (Ok yah where'd you guys get the money?) Then as their sailing around the Misses prances around on the deck in front of her guy who's shooting boob and ass shots (remember how you guys said appearances were not a main focus in Mexico) all the while she calling their photography for their YouTube channel her "demanding" fulltime job eventually hitting everyone up for dough.
    Something along the lines of this is our fulltime job ( umm sailing around on a sailboat whilst the rest of us do the daily 9to5 that you guys think your too good for) all the while hitting your viewers up for money??
    You gotta love it when someone complains about how how hard their 24/7 bikini clad sunbathing is basically their full time job and they want the rest of us to go to work, take our hard earned money and give it to them so that they can go sail the south Pacific and make videos for us so that we can watch them have a good time on our money and call it their full time job!!!
    You simply can't make this stuff up. Privileged 20 Something's who think the world owes them and their too good to have a normal job.
    I like you guys! It's easy to see why you guys have the following that you do. I'm totally digging the realness and the positive vibe.
    You made a huge decision and your sharing it with your viewers.If they dig it and want to help you guys out, great, and if not then ok. Just don't buy a sailboat, sail to the Galapagos, get a tan and tell us that cooking fresh caught tuna filets has caused you stress on top of your full time job of adjusting the spinnaker! Cuzz, yah, no!😁👌👍👌👍❤

  • Linda Cianchetti says:

    What difference does it make to compare to other you tubers?
    Personally, I'd just tell people what range they can earn and advise people not to use AMAZON.
    I NEVER support huge corporations because they are mostly the greed that hinders middle class, ultimately. Send checks.

  • Today is the time I’ve seen any of your videos and I love your honesty and humor. I will subscribe to your channel. One question I have is, how did you get the courage to make such a huge life change?

  • Greham Stephan have told us his revenue on YouTube just this week which is about 100 thousand dollars a month I Believe I don’t understand why most youtubers never cristal clear about how much they make they are some but anyway just saying love your Chanel keep it up! I do have a question I do plan on leaving in Mexico and travel just like you but with my business I would like to know how much money you think I’ll will be okay a month to start with no issues of course leaving the way you guys are! Example 2000 dollars a month you think will be enough?

  • Looks like a dream, I honestly really appreciate your work and the fact that we have this free information on you tube to learn before we go to mexico there’s so much to do there and you provide us everything from safety to how not to get scammed to how beautiful it is and how to feel comfortable and put the rumors aside. I think you’re under pay tour guides and concierges charge a lot just to provide this information

  • I've been studying in Puebla five weeks now. Something I really appreciate about Puebla is that poblanos never speak to me in English, unlike other Spanish-speaking cities I've been to. The Callejon de los sapos is right next to a plaza called los sapos because there's a large fountain with a toad. There's a great flea market there on Sundays.

  • SteveTheFazeman says:

    The two of you are living a Bohemian lifestyle. You make money from the art of creating travel videos about your experiences in Mexico.

    If you can make money like that into old age, more power to you.

  • Love your channel. I am a new subscriber and orginally started watching because of my love for Vegas too. Now I watch all your videos. Thanks so much for sharing your lives with us!

  • Well according to Trump Mexico isn't sending their best but we are sending OUR best to Mexico.
    ok I'm kidding, I'm kidding xD

  • Travel With Ambar says:

    there was a girl the other day saying how much she made from yourutbe and I thought maybe you should not do that, I love your channel and I love Mexico… your videos push me every day a step closer to make the move to Mexico…. and also maybe at last start my Youtube channel, but I always say tomorrow… keep doing what you do… love it

  • Love watching you both and you have inspired me to go to Mexico more often. Last year I went twice, I miss being there and your videos help me a lot. I can’t wait to return to Mexico.

  • Thank you both for all the work you do, your honesty and your willingness to share it all. I live in Bali. Love it, but am considering a move to Mexico to be closer to USA. Your videos are helping me and I hope to find a few spots to visit when I go north next year. Ever want to visit Bali? Let me know. Wishing you all the abundance the world can offer you.

  • Anywhere but fucking Mexico and Central America . I don’t want my corpse coming back to my country . Sorry my friend !!!

  • For everyone here if you're planning on taking a trip to Latin America other than Mexico, a VERY affordable place to visit is Peru. Been there many times and will be going again soon with my gf. The food there is one of the best I've tried and so much history there you will never get to see it all plus it's affordable compared to many places I been to.

  • Hey you guys are great I'm 73 years old and live in Indianapolis In. You are doing what i wish i had done when i was younger. Thats not me in the comment picture thats my best friend LOL.

  • Margarita Miller says:

    I think it's great you have the guts to do this and eventhough you work very hard and have sponsors you give an enormous amount of information for travelers even for Vegas ( I love those videos!!!!!) Keep it up love you guys. Wedding Bells Soon!!!!!♥️♥️♥️♥️🎉

  • Margarita Miller says:

    People shoud not be concerned with how much you make this is totally unacceptable. Its obvious to me you work hard for what you make and if you were millionaires you would not be doing these videos. You guys are truly beautiful people having one of the greatest experiences of your life. Keep doing what you want!!!!!. Live and love life. ♥️♥️🌞🌞

  • I recently found your channel and I’m loving it. I’m Mexican American and haven’t traveled a lot to Mexico but recently we’ve been making it over there. I’m loving all your tips, you both are very transparent and love your details and honesty. Thank you for all you do.

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    We track our Prius maintenance and service with FIXD which is a plug I module and a phone app. It tells what is wrong and tracks the service schedule.

  • I genuinely enjoy all your videos, I came across your channel a couple days ago and I’ve spent a lot of my time watching your videos. I can tell right away both of you are great people, and you’ve gained another subscriber/supporter. Thank you so much for sharing your knowledge, don’t let others bring you down with their negativity. You’re both doing such an amazing job!

  • Don't care how much you make!! I just love watching your videos and get a lot information about other places! I got a lot of information about last Vegas the do and don't and different deal and reward card!

  • Jorge Crypto Life says:

    You have no kids and no high Bills and the cost of living in small towns in Mexico are pretty cheap and the obvious YouTube income 💯

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