The point of no return has not yet been crossed, but for all intents and purposes, there is no going back. Although Tara and I are not leaving for another four months, I told my boss about the trip a couple weeks ago (basically five months from our departure). There were several reasons why I Read Post
From planning a RTW trip to packing for a vacation of any length, this is your source for tips and advice when it comes to travel.
Planning, planning, planning. Where to begin? Well, we had seen checklists online and knew the general goals of RTW prep: determine a vague start date, figure out a route, start selling replaceable possessions, get vaccinated, find travel/medical insurance and buy visas. But then little things cropped up, like figuring out what the best credit and Read Post
You can work as many jobs as you want to make more money for a goal (travel, a car, house, etc.), but if you can’t save it, it’s futile. But the secret of saving money isn’t simply locking it up in the bank. You have to be smart about how you spend it, how you Read Post
We haven’t written in five bajillion years because we’ve been busy planning, calculating, listing, planning, calling, emailing, planning, planning, planning. On March 3, 2012, wedding bells will be ringing again, but this time for us. So not only have we been planning our RTW, but also a wedding. We’re keeping it small because we’re paying Read Post
When we created this itinerary, we planned our stops around weather and festivals. We hope to never hit super cold temps unless we’re visiting glaciers, mainly because we don’t want to pack thick, heavy clothes. Though we realize it’ll start to get chilly when we plan to be in South America. The good news is Read Post