Contact

Contact us! Seriously. We are going to get sick of each others’ conversation in approximately yesterday, so please give us someone else to talk to. If you’re planning a trip of your own, perhaps we can help you learn from our mistakes and give international travel advice. If you’re planning a trip of your own AND you’re someone who is really awesome to hang out with, then we should meet up if you’ll be crossing our path! Drinks are on you? Thanks!

brittany [at] eurosatemydollars.com

ben [at] eurosatemydollars.com

40 responses so far

40 Responses to “Contact”

  1. Dadon 10 Sep 2007 at 10:08 pm

    The apartment looks great. I’m impressed and also very jealous of the both of you. Are you going to cook one of the rabbits?? Bring one back for me.

    Love ya, Dad

  2. Lindsayon 11 Sep 2007 at 10:50 am

    you say these email addresses actually work now…but nooooo….i get no email reply!
    thanks guys.

  3. Dadon 12 Sep 2007 at 10:19 pm

    love looking at the pictures. keep them coming.

    Love ya, Dad

  4. Maria Kosuton 14 Sep 2007 at 12:42 pm

    Brittany!!
    I saw that you were a “Recent Hoosonline Visitor” and I clicked on your profile and found my way to your site!! I am sharing pieces of your life with ME and Cecil as I yell over my little cube. Everything looks amazing. I’ll keep tuning in. Take Care!

  5. Dadon 17 Sep 2007 at 7:08 pm

    The latest pictures are great! I’m so jealous! Where did be get the cool shades?? Keep the pictures coming.

    Love ya, Dad

  6. Kerryon 10 Oct 2007 at 3:56 pm

    Hey guys,

    I just wanted to say a quick ‘hi’ again, and give you these two links my coworker told me about. I don’t know if you are interesting in meeting potential TonTon’s in your future destinations, (or if finding another TonTon type is even possible,) but these sites sounded potentially interesting:

    couchsurfing.com and hospitalityclub.org.

    I gather they are both sites where travelers can network and meet up and even find free places to stay. My coworker’s boyfriend is Greek and he offers up his couch for free to any travelers who pass through, although I realize that could be potentially sketchy.

    THAT being said, hope all is well and as soon as you can convince Dan we can afford it, I’m so visiting you – wherever in the world you might be. So yes, work on Dan! (or find a way for struggling English grad students to earn a quick buck…) (sigh.)

    Good luck!

  7. Tondra Dixonon 23 Oct 2007 at 3:12 pm

    Hi Ben,

    I have been reviewing your site occasionally and I am thrilled to see that the journey has been great and exciting. Thank you for sharing your journey and making all of your viewers feel like part of the tour.
    Take care and stay encouraged and courageous!

  8. Wes Yorkon 29 Oct 2007 at 3:21 pm

    Hey,

    I’m Lisa’s husband. Mud was my college roomate and I’m in his wedding in a few weeks. I don’t have to tell you that he is a great guy, but I do have to tell you his other nicknames.

    Mud
    MudDonkey
    Donkey
    Duece
    MudDuece
    DueceFish
    Flapper
    FlappFish
    Grubber
    BullDog
    BullFish
    His Mother (Mrs. Mudfish)

    Tell him Snipes says hello! (F Dallas)

  9. Kath Eon 24 Nov 2007 at 11:05 am

    Was surfing after joining UVA Alum and was delighted to read your notes. Wish you continued fun & learning.

  10. Terri Averette Burrusson 03 Jan 2008 at 4:43 pm

    Brittany & Ben,
    I have so enjoyed getting caught up on your blog. What a way to go. I look forward to hearing about Ben getting bonked on New Years. Tucker and I are well and enjoying our new house in Garner with dogs Hyco and Deezel. The photos are fabulous and I look forward to a browse every week. Have a ball.
    Love,
    Terri

  11. kimon 08 Mar 2008 at 2:33 am

    I recently stumbled upon your travel blog by chance… or rather, not by chance, but with the help of those geniuses behind Google… and I must say that this is, by far, one of the BEST travel blogs I’ve read in a really, REALLY long time! I admire the both of you for being so adventurous and brave (and perhaps, just a LITTLE crazy) for giving up your life here in order to undertake such a trip, nay, such a journey. AND I love you guys for being overall just totally awesome for documenting your travels in such a witty, funny, AND informative way. I am a LITTLE embarassed to admit this, but I’ve been checking your site pretty regularly, even going back to older entries because I just can’t get enough of you two! THANK YOU for updating as often and as thoroughly as you do!

    I’m graduating this May, and have been entertaining the idea of making a trip around the world myself, and was actually thinking about going at it alone. But now that I’ve read some of your adventures, I think it’d be alot more fun (not to mention, SAFER) for me to travel with a companion in tow. Brittany – you’re lucky you managed to convince Ben to go with you! And Ben – you’re lucky you listened to her. This is an adventure of a lifetime, and I am glad you guys decided to share the world with the world. THANKS AGAIN!

  12. R.Gargiuloon 14 Mar 2008 at 12:26 am

    Hey Guys… love the blog. I’ve been checking in every few days or so. I, myself am heading off to travel Europe in about 5 weeks. Check out my blog if you get the chance…

    http://www.pausethemoment.com

  13. giacomoon 15 Apr 2008 at 10:44 am

    Hi!i wish to go to Crete this summer..i read your description and i was thinking to go to the pension Nora in Hania..please,can you tell me if they have a website?or you please can send some picture to me?it will be a great help,i’m not able to find any on the web!!thank you very much!!!!

  14. Susanon 22 Apr 2008 at 3:52 pm

    I’d like to piggyback on Giacomo’s request. Do you have any photos of Pension Nora you could send me?

    Thanks much

  15. WorldRamblerson 06 May 2008 at 1:02 pm

    Hey there to the both of you. From the photos and the articles I’ve read so far it sounds like you are both having an amazing trip around the world. Your articles are a joy to read

    My wife and I are embarking on a trip round the world for a year and have like you left some of the planning out as it could detract from the journey.

    There are a number of reasons for us heading out of California for a year like losing our apartment to the 2007 California fires, losing my job to the credit crisis and not having and kids as yet in our life. The time felt right so we set off 8th April 2008.

    With cubicle life behind me (at least for now) I feel more free already.

    We’re staying in Arkansas at the moment with family so not quite on the real trip as yet, but we are busy trying to figure out our itinery.

    From reading some of your articles I already know places to miss and some to ensure we visit. Keep the posts coming..

    We’ve started a travel blog ourselves and hope to find the opportunity and free wifi to keep blogging as we travel.

    Our blog can be found at http://worldramblers.com

    All the best and hapy blogging.

  16. Erin Baileyon 04 Jun 2008 at 8:03 am

    Brittany,

    I was so excited when my mom sent me your website! It is phenomenal! I think it is so absolutely amazing that you are traveling the world! I have been on an assignment in Europe and Asia with my company since December (I had spent plenty of time in Europe before but this was my first chance to explore Asia and the Middle East – I’m loving it!).

    Where exactly are you now? I will be heading to our Singapore office on June 24th and will also be in Macau July 3-6 as well as possibly Vietnam or Japan. Any chance our paths will cross? If we were able to coordinate meeting up that would be great.

    Email me when you have a chance at erineliz.bailey@gmail.com

    Love,

    Erin

  17. Chazon 13 Jul 2008 at 4:57 pm

    Hi how are you? I was looking around the net and find your site, I really like it, I also have a travelwebsite with a couple of friends mybe we can add each other websites to out sites, please let me know if you are interested.

    Keep up the good work
    thanks

    Chaz
    http://www.travelerminds.com

  18. blueblitaon 03 Sep 2008 at 5:12 pm

    Hi Brittany and Ben !
    Just want to say that you’re great ! We watched your videos on youtube . Good job! We also going to visit Crete this month. Right now we living in Germany, but counting days to move to Greece :)

    Bye
    Have a nice day !

  19. Ginaon 29 Dec 2008 at 3:14 pm

    Hi Ben!
    I am missing you! Since you left CC, I’ve been keeping up with your travel blog and living vicariously through you guys (how pathetic).

    I have passed your site onto a few friends and co-workers, who have mentioned at one time or another, how much they enjoy visiting your blog. They even talk about you guys like you’re real people…Phhfft, how’d they get that idea…crazy.

    Congrats on making it through the gauntlet and back to the US, as weird as it may have felt when you returned to familiar soil.

    What have you been up to lately? You should write sometime and let me know if you’ve already popped the question to your beautiful and hilarious girlfriend.

    (BTW, not sure who stole what out of your cubicle when you moved upstairs at CC, but it wasn’t ME!) :o P By now, I am sure you have heard what happened there. :o (

  20. Karlaon 11 May 2009 at 2:36 pm

    Hey guys…

    Stumbled on your website today. My husband and I are beginning a trip similar to yours… travelling around the world for the next couple of years.

    Check out our blog at http://www.WhereInTheWorldAREDonAndKarla.blogspot.com. We are not the great writers you are, but you can get an idea of what we’ve been up to.

    What we do have in common is our love for EATING. We’ll go anywhere (and sometimes many, many miles) for good food. Check out our trip earlier this year to Portugal and Spain.

    Our decision to travel for a couple of years took some time to make. Not sure why it took us so long… we’re not tied to any particular spot because of our work – we can work anywhere – I think it took us so long because we’ve been “socialized” to think that we have to live in one place. You know… the old thinking of the “Smiths from Long Island,” or the “Tate-Longhorns from Dallas.”

    Anyway… keep having FUN!

    All the best,
    Don and Karla

  21. Ammarah Khalidon 03 Jun 2009 at 3:22 am

    Hi

    Hope you are doing fine. Am a regular reader of your blog and am interested in promoting my hotel on your blog. It’s a top 5 star luxury hotel in Bali (Indonesia) named as “Damai Lovina Villas”. Bali is known for being the most popular tourist place all over the world.

    Few bloggers have written about Damai but we are looking for more coverage this season. Damai resort is a beautiful hotel for people where they can find utmost peace and serenity. You can find complete information about the hotel on http://www.damai.com.

    Would be great if you can mention it on your blog in the form of a short post. Let me know what you think of it.

    Waiting keenly to see Damai resort on your blog.

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  23. Roryhollyon 19 Aug 2009 at 3:26 am

    HI,
    My husband (Brithsh) and I (American) live in a cave house in Galera, Granada Spain about 70 miles northeast of Granada. The cave house is a wonderful contraption dug into the side of a mountain and made up of curved walls that crumble in all the time! The best part is that they retain a constant temperature in both summer and winter.
    Glad you had such a good time in Spain; it’s a magnificent country with friendly people and the most amazing architecture anywhere in Europe.
    Long may you travel.

  24. Ann Beallon 09 Sep 2009 at 4:14 pm

    Hey, Brittany and Ben. I love the website and your invitations. They are wonderful. But where are y’all registered? Let me know, okay. Bye. Ann Beall.

  25. Dianaon 28 Jan 2010 at 6:41 pm

    Hi! I’m a total stranger who found a comment you left on some other website about ride sharing in Europe, but I was intrigued by the name “euros at my dollars,” at the end of your post (because a little voice in my head responded “SERIOUSLY!”), so I came here and WOW! What a goldmine you guys have here! I’m planning a trip to europe this spring (and it has to be cheap cheap cheap) and your advice about how to travel through some of these countries is absolutely priceless. Especially the pieces about Italy.
    Thankyouthankyouthankyou!

    I hope you guys are having fun, wherever you are. Live the dream of traveling with no money! It is helping to inspire me. Please keep this website up!

    Also, if you have any advice about Turkey and feel like spreading it around, I’d love to hear it…

    Your new adoring fangirl
    -Diana

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  27. Justinon 23 Aug 2011 at 10:32 am

    So I just read your page on Santorini and I’m a little taken back by it. I am 27 and from New York. I have been working at the Volcan winery for the past 2 months.
    It seems that your problem was your guide book. You had a bad time due to poor planning. Who goes out in a foreign country, especially Greece, with less than 5 Euro per person?
    The Volcan Winery is close to many things, actually nothing in Santorini is very far. the Island is just a few miles long and a couple wide.
    You seem to have a very bad attitude about every encounter that you had there, even the black sand at legendary Kamari beach, which is consistently named one of the best beaches in the world.
    I have worked in hospitality my entire life and maybe you should look at the situation from the other people’s eyes. I work at the museum currently and the price is 7 Euro per person and I have yet to see one person not have an amazing experience and who weren’t happy to pay the price.
    Maybe you should be a little more prepared next time and stop blaming everyone else for your own problems. Sorry that the book burned you, but is that everyone else’s fault.
    It’s Americans like you that give us a bad name in the International scene. I hope that you rethink what you wrote about your Santorini experience.

  28. Minervaon 13 Nov 2011 at 7:26 pm

    Hey, my friend and I are hitting Rome the 26th Dec to 3rd January. Would like to know where did you guys stayed? Thanks for everything, read your page thoroughly.

  29. monicaon 30 Nov 2012 at 3:20 pm

    Hello,

    I am a Peace Corps Volunteer who will be finishing her service in about 4 months. Most volunteers as a gift to themselves plan trips before returning to real life adult world. I am interested in traveling to several countries but they have not direct link so I am not really sure wear to start. Any advice you guys can give would be greatly appreciated. I am currently in Ghana, so thats a win because I’m already in Africa but I want to visit South Africa, Nepal, at least one country in asia (i’m thinking Thailand) and then do europe (eurorail style maybe). With the exception of the Asian country I have a friend in every country so that helps so my biggest concern is budgeting and transportation.

    Help!

  30. Alejandro Cabreraon 05 Jan 2013 at 4:06 pm

    Hey guys! Ive been watching your travel blog for a while now and im completely hypnotized. I am an 18 year old from Colombia,South America, and im planning to travel europe and asia as soon as i graduate ( I would be leaving by August ). Id love to talk to you guys more so you could help me , it would really be great.

    PD: If you guys ever come to Bogota , Colombia, let me know! Ill be happy to help you guys with acommodation and info about my country

    Thanks Travellers
    Alejandro

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