Today marks our 700th day on the road! In the last 100 days we have traveled in Thailand, Malaysia and Cambodia. Read on for a summary of our reflections & find out what’s next for us!
It is amazing how much life you can squeeze into 100 days. It seems like forever ago that we wrote our first 100 days on the road post from Mazunte, on the Pacific coast of Mexico. Between then and where we are now, in San Salvador, we have visited four countries, explored caves with Mayan skeletons, climbed volcanoes, swam with sharks and sting rays in the Caribbean, lived for a month in a beach front apartment in Playa del Carmen, had two fairly major illnesses, almost got robbed, traveled to places almost completely off the beaten path, met loads of people, worked full time, even took on extra work, blogged more, and we are nearly finished with a globetrottergirls.com website redesign.
We GlobetrotterGirls are celebrating a major milestone this weekend – our first 100 days on the road!
Read what I have been up to in the past month, what went well and what went wrong, and where I am off to next!
We have been on the road for 800 days – and the last one hundred have been all over the map. We’re taking the time to reflect on our travels through Cambodia, Singapore, Malaysia, India, the U.S. and now Mexico…
This is the fourth year in a row we reflect on another year as nomads and 2013 was an incredible mix of city-hopping and time spent in some of the most wide-open, underpopulated, breathtaking places on the planet! Find out why!
Read what I have been up to in the past month, where I traveled to, what went well and what went wrong, and where I am off to next!