A small journey through our route in South America (Part 3: Peru)

Planning ahead has never been my strong suit. Professionally, I am well organized, but in my natural habitat, home, I usually go with the flow. Exceptions to that rule have been moving into our apartment and getting married, which I have pretty much completely drawn out in Excel. Going on a 10 month adventure however, I was planning (haha) on completely winging it. Keep on reading!

How I found out I was wrong

Some people are extremely good at making estimations. Judging a situation, predicting an outcome and, because they are good at it, finding out that they were right. I like to call those people realists. Okay, that’s not what I like to call them (I find know-it-all or annoying more suiting), but yeah, it’s what they’re called. Surprisingly, I am not one of those people. Keep on reading!

A small journey through our route in South America (Part 2: Chile)

In our previous post, I explained that we focus on the destinations that require most planning. One of the appeals of a world trip to us is the aspect of feeling completely carefree. That’s why we are keeping our options open as much as possible. However, budget-wise it is sometimes better to book in advance and other destinations even require meticulous planning. Keep on reading!

A small journey through our route in South America (Part 1)

Although I was the one who convinced Dagmar to go on a long trip together, I had no actual idea of where to go. Many countries appealed to me while others did not. The plan of going traveling didn’t come out of the blue and ever since we discussed it for the first time, when we were still studying, we thought of South America. Keep on reading!