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A round the world trip in more than 80 days.

Why this blog ?

Our aim : travel and discover the world during 353 days and through some fifhteen countries. We are hoping that this blog will allow us to share the experience with our family and friends thanks to the posts and photos that we will be publishing and also thanks to their comments.

Currently ...

now. For the moment, we are gently readapting from nomadic to sedentary life.


In short : The itinerary

We have mostly stuck to the list of countries that we had put together before our departure. The main addition was the duo Palestine-Israel. We had also not included the Galapagos Islands (Ecuador) and Borneo (Malaysia) in the list. Even if our budget took a severe hit, both places proved worth the trip. We removed Tasmania (Australia) since we heard it is quite close to New Zealand.

Except in South America, where we had a rather precise travel plan, we had decided what to visit next as we moved on.

See our itinerary in a larger map

We spent an average of 3 weeks in each country. But in reality, our stay in some of them did not exceed 3 days (i.e. Singapore) whereas in other nations, such as India, we spent 45 days to cover only part of the North.

If we had to do it all over again, surely we would spend a bit less time in Southest Asia and Australia (expensive and a little overrated), and we would skip Thailand (too touristy). But overall, we think that our itinerary was quite balanced : we neither got bored nor had the feeling to be rushing after time.

Many people asked us whether at some point we felt like chilling for a while in a place. Truth is we have not felt the need. The closest that we got to sedentary life are the week that we spent in Sidney (Australia) and Sucre (Bolivia). We took profit of those pretty places to do a ‘technical’ scale to organize the following stages of the trip, update the blog, get our clothes cleaned and, of course, get some rest. But each time, after a few days, the appeal of new horizons was too strong to be ignored. However, we met travelers who stopped for weeks, or that even settled definitively in one of the places they had loved during their trips.


Next post : In short : The transportations.