Are you sick of each other yet? No, we quite enjoy each other’s company. Are you tired of living out of a backpack yet? Mike: At times. It’s something where even though we have limited clothes, you still end up choosing the first available outfit and not even utilizing everything in the bag. Tara: Surprisingly Read Post
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Please note that this process is specific to the Indian High Commission in Johannesburg and for American citizens, though much of this information may also be applicable to other nationalities. For travelers like us, one of the biggest perks to living in Washington, DC, is the myriad embassies and consulates at your fingertips. We saved Read Post
Please note that this process is specific to the Tanzania High Commission in Pretoria and for American citizens, though much of this information may also be applicable to other nationalities. Our original plan was to fly into Tanzania and start our overland from there, heading south. The perk of flying into Tanzania is that you Read Post
Before leaving the States for our epic adventure, we lived in Washington, DC. If there is a cause worth fighting for, a rally, march or protest for it will be held in DC, the nation’s capital. Hundreds of thousands could be storming the city on any given weekend, but unless we traveled to the heart Read Post
Today, September 6, is our three-month travelversary! We’ve been outside the USA on our 400-day weekend since June 6. For curious mathematical minds, here’s how our trip breaks down: Days traveling: 92 Continents visited: 3 (Europe, Asia, Africa) Countries visited: 8 (Iceland, Finland, Russia, Turkey, Croatia, Italy, Slovenia, Morocco) Transportation Number of flights: 7 Buses Read Post