Grab your blanket, a cup of hot Cocoa and put some festive music on. It’s time to see the beauty of America during the festive season…without the nippy fingers and toes!
In October 2019 I decided to become an AuPair by the end of September ’20. In March I had my final Match with my host family and we scheduled my departure for Sept 28th. I would have never dreamed to find such an amazing host family!
Did you know that even though travel is restricted right now, you can still go on a USA adventure? Sit back, get some snacks, and enjoy the beauty of the USA from your very own bedroom.
With only a few months to go (and my travel month ahead) I’m trying to see as many cities/states that are on my bucket list as possible. I’ve been on a lot of weekend trip but also two kind of big road trips, that’s why I wanted to share a few tips and tricks that helped me organize those trips!
We’re taking a moment to appreciate some of our favorite men and women who are some of the important reasons why we are #InLoveWithAmerica ! 🇺🇸 🤩
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again. Au Pair friends really are the best friends. And there’s no finer example of that than, Nerea and Martyna. Let’s set…
I found my perfect match in North Carolina. We are considered the South of the states, and we have hot, humid summers and mild winters. Only 3 hours away is the East coast with nice beaches, whereas if you head 3 hours West, you’ll reach the mountains to go skiing or hiking. In this post I’m going to tell you about my state and also my trips to other places.
Ah… America! If you’re thinking of travelling after or during your year as an au pair, great choice! America has so much to offer. Our friends over at TrekAmerica know a thing or two about the best places to visit in America – they’ve been taking people on road trips since 1972! Below you’ll find a list of some of their favourite destinations in the States. Are there any others you’d add to your bucket list?
We thought it was about time again to feature one of our more under-appreciated states in the USA – the home of both the light bulb as well as a…
As an au pair you get the chance to travel and see different places. And you might even get the chance to travel with your host family! A host family doesn’t need to bring you with them on their vacation. They could travel without their au pair. During that time, the au pair is off and can stay at home relax or travel somewhere else! I was fortunate enough and my host family took me on their trips. In this blog, I will tell you guys about two of my trips with my host family, and I will give you some advice when traveling with your host family.