At Joyful Journeying, we show folks over 50 how to nourish their desire for travel and embrace a future filled with fun and adventure!

2016 will mark our fourth year of almost continuous travel. We have traveled across the United States and Canada, in Asia, Oceana and Central America.

We have learned many lessons on making our meager travel budget go further, the most affordable places to live, and much more.

We are looking forward to visiting Ecuador, Nicaragua, and Columbia in the near future. And we have our sights set on Europe too!

We are just regular folks like you. In 2012, our California home of 12 years dropped in value by half. So we sold it and everything that didn’t fit into our Toyota Corolla and took the biggest risk of our lives. We began a life of travel and adventure.

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Sleeping Soundly Anywhere in the World

No matter how comfortable your travel accommodations are, noises make it impossible to get a good night’s sleep. Being tired is never fun, and is even more challenging for travelers. Learn how to sleep well wherever you are.

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Why Long Term Travel is Not Just Seeing the Sights

We love traveling! But we are not the folks who want to visit every famous building, museum or wonder of the world. Currently, our highest priority is enjoying nature and the natural sites and meeting and getting to know the local people.

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Exotic Costa Rica Wildlife on Sierpe River Boat Tour

On a boat tour in the Sierpe River area of Costa Rica we were able to view and photograph many exotic Costa Rican animals and plants such as monkeys, herons, crocodiles, white ibis, wood rail, red-headed woodpecker, hawks, toucans, macaws and much more.

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