Megan and I definitely have a passion for travel, however along the way we fell in love with the amazing City of Lights, Paris.
For our first year in Paris there was no better place to live. We were smack-bang in the middle of the most cultural and stereotypical French neighbourhood in Paris. Megan started her job at the Moulin Rouge, and I was able to meet a fellow Aussie who was living in Paris that offered me work as a scooter tour guide.
How Do I Know Paris So Well?
As mention before I was a scooter tour guide and had to know a lot about the city in order to get some good tips from customers. Also I had a free run of the scooter after I finished work each day, so Megan and I found ourselves just driving without a purpose to get lost and discover new areas of the city.
Due to my semi-professional basketball career, in Paris I also landed a gig as a player and the Coach of a French basketball team, even though I knew exactly zero about the French language. Here I made some amazing friends and really got to know what Parisians were all about.
Although Megan was working 6 days a week, we found time in her busy schedule to see other parts of Europe and France. We rode horses on the beach in Crete, swam at Normandy, snowboarded in the French Alps, laid on florescent the blue beaches in Malta, crossed the English Channel to London and much more.
How Can We Help You?
We have been extremely blessed since we found each other and wanted to share our experience through this blog in the hope that others may benefit from our experiences.
The first time we arrived in Paris we were so unwordly and knew little about the city. There were numerous mistakes made, such as talking to scammers, oversights when renting apartments and many more. So we are hopeful that we can assist to not only prevent you making the mistakes we made, but to increase the opportunity for life-changing memories throughout your travels.
I am also open to answer questions that anyone has, so please leave comments and get involved with the site. Enjoy!