Saving money is what drew us in, initially. We’ve been traveling for 18 months, 13 countries, in perpetual motion. We’re experiencing so much but, frankly, we’re exhausted. And grossly over budget.
When fellow travelers suggest housesitting, we shrug it off. After all, we sold our own house to embark on this grand adventure, free and unburdened. The responsibility—caring for a stranger’s home—seems… well, like a step backwards.
But the value equation is becoming irresistible. I care for your home and pets, you provide me with a free place to stay.
A listing for a villa on southern Spain’s Costal del Sol soon catches our eye.