Here's Why I'm Quitting RV Life and What's Next.
Don't worry. I'll tell you everything.
Last time, I shared that I had tested my Starlink in Mexico and was quitting full-time RV life. I know you might have a lot of questions about what’s next, so I’ve split them into two posts. This one is about the next chapter of my nomadic life.
Why Am I Quitting RV Life?
I bought my RV and took off across North America on a quest for a simple and minimalist life. I wanted peace, quiet, and solitude. RVing seemed like a much easier way to see the world, especially during the pandemic. However, that’s only partially true. It’s a great way to see North America, but the rest of the world is still waiting.
While that certainly had the biggest influence on me reconfiguring my life, there were several other factors at play. Here’s a look at all of them.
1. North America is not enough.
I grew up in Jamaica and moved to the U.S. at 26 years old. Since then, I have traveled to several other countries, such as Dubai, the Maldives, Honduras, and Belize. I also had the amazing privilege of calling Mexico my home for two years.
North America is an enormous continent, and America is a big country. But the world feels a lot smaller the more you see of it — at least, it does for me. By 2022, I realized that America wasn’t enough.
I wanted to see more by air, sea, and train — and I wanted to take my adventure kitty with me.
So, in October 2022, I bought that ticket to Spain and got the ball rolling.