When we started this thing back in January, we planned not to plan too much. Our route mainly consisted of hunches on what would be an interesting new stop. We had some successes and some, well, interesting experiences. We only had two parts in our trip that were set: the family visits in Peru and Vietnam.
Home away from home
We’re back! And by back I mean back on the road. Since the first of july we are continuing our travels but this time in Asia. We started in Malaysia and in a week time we’ve already walked the skybridge of the Petronas towers and have seen glowing mushrooms in the jungle.
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Traveling means saying goodbye. A lot.
We have been busy with making sure that we can leave. And with busy, I mean that we are constantly arranging things. Getting a backpack that is big enough, cleaning our apartment, handing over our jobs to successors and planning to see all our loved ones at least once before we take off. Keep on reading!
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!
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!