Let’s travel Ireland with another joyous couple

I think David from “Cruising the Cut” introduced us to “Lost in Transit” in his video on New Year’s Day. it seems that we hardly are ever impressed by a YouTube channel at the beginning but watching people restoring houses or boats, traveling along, and/or moving somewhere else has a way of getting to you.

You get to know the people who are vlogging and then you simply want to know how things keep going. “Lost in Transit” are Tom & Isabel two science teachers who had enough of the 9-5. So they transformed a Ford Transit into their tiny home called La Bamba and hit the road to Spain, Portugal, and Scotland. Now they are traveling along the Wild Atlantic Way in Ireland and that is why they got to us.

Both the best husband (Jeremy Clarkson voice) in the world and I have been to Ireland many moons ago and we love to watch them see places we have been to too. Not together though. Which is a shame but that’s another story.

You can find a playlist of their Spain & Portugal travels as well as one for Scotland and one for Ireland on their channel and I can’t wait to see more of what they have to offer. It is so lovely to see two very happy people who obviously like Harry Potter because their glasses remind me of him. And if there is a Harry Potter in there somewhere you can’t go wrong, can you?

Oh, and did I mention they love hiking?

As always please give them a like or even a follow if you want to know more πŸ™‚

( Please, follow the link underneath the videos if they do not play on the blog. They lead to the YouTube location of the video)

Video Credit: Lost in Transit via YouTube

Please stay safe,

stay kind,

and remember you can travel on your sofa!

Bee

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