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We are Eloísa (22) and Danilo (30), we are from Salvador Bahia, and one day I (Elô) decided that she wanted to study in Argentina and then Dan said perfect, he would support her, but he had one condition that they would travel by a VW Bus. We had five months married. He sold his bike and everything inside the house to buy the VW Bus and ride it.


Our initial object is that I (Elô) study medicine here in Argentina and during the trip a huge desire arose when the studies are finished we will return to Brazil and offer one to two years of free care in the regions of Bahia.

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What does the BusLife mean to you?

Represents a community that is part of the same love what is to travel.

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

BusLife is a lifestyle that gives us one of the best advantages that someone can have: freedom. To get to know new places, people and cultures, learning to live with the minimum, that is enough to be happy.

The disadvantage is dealing every day with the unexpected and the great longing for the family.

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

Jalapão-TO and Alto Paraiso-GO

What’s your favourite thing about your VW Bus?

Impossible to elect something we like most in the kombi, it is our home, we planned it all by ourselves, every little piece was made with a lot of love and affection. But if I have to elect, I (Elô) choose the kitchen because you never should stay hungry, lol.

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

First place DETACHMENT, you don’t need much, gasoline and power are enough and a money saved for the VW Bus maintenance.

Second, have determination, nothing is easy, you’ll get discouraged, but you’ll don’t get shaken.

Third, get ready to receive the new every day, remember the space is small inside but your backyard is the world, if you take it like this you will be surely very happy.

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