We are Emmanuel (36), Agustina (27) and Noah (our pet, a kitten we adopted three years ago), we are a couple for three and a half years now. Unconsciously, from the beginning we were joined by the desire to travel, which is why we worked hard during the year to pay for our trips. We were teaching, we were satisfied and comfortable in our jobs, but we didn’t feel full. Over time we began to realize that the months, which we spent planning and raising the money, were totally disproportionate to the week/s we had afterwards to enjoy the landscapes and cultures we visited. We started meeting people who lived traveling, some in vehicles and so we discovered that what we dreamed of was possible. That’s how our dear VW Bus appeared into our lives.



We traveled around the world in our VW Bus because we were on the lookout for a different way of living than we knew. Outside the comfort zone and preset schemes. We are continuously in contact with new cultures and especially with nature, which we try to take care of through small habits. We are convinced that this experience is extremely enriching, not only for us but also, to raise awareness in people, showing the wonderful landscapes that we have in the world and that we can all enjoy them in a way more conscious with the environment.



What does the BusLife mean to you?

For us it is a way of life, it is to be able to understand the true meaning of the word freedom,it is to be able to look at the world from another perspective and be more in touch with what surrounds us. Tener a life of constant change and movement, full of uncertainties and adventures.

What are the biggest advantages and challenges of living the BusLife?

The biggest advantages are: to take our small house in tow and have the possibility to choose the environment in which we want to be. The biggest challenges are: material and affective uprooting.

Tell us your favourite destination you have travelled to so far?

We always consider ourselves lovers of the beaches, but on this trip we realized that the mountain has a mystique and magic that catches us a lot. Anyway, we believe that so far our favorite destination is Thailand, although we didn’t do it in our VW Bus, it was a key journey that opened our heads to today be performing this great adventure.


What’s your favourite thing about your VW Bus?

What we like most about our VW Bus is its attractiveness and simplicity, the speed (70km/h) that allows us to enjoy much more of the landscape, its interior that is made entirely by us with a lot of dedication and affection.


When we chose the name of our project we decided to name it as our VW Bus because we knew that she was going to be the one who was going to mark the pulse of the trip. And so it was, we have changed plans and journeys through the VW Bus, to be aware of its limitations and respect the times I decided not to continue moving forward, and it always brought us positive experiences.


What advise would you give to anyone starting a travel adventure in a VW Bus?

The advice we would give to someone who starts a travel adventure in a VW Bus is to be patient. The VW Bus teaches you to lower a change, to go slower, not to reach a destination when you wait for it, to meet many people who are attracted to it or who come to provide help; because the VW Bus has that “noqué” that makes you fall in love and never get helpless.


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