Today I’m lifting this weeks blogger straight from the comments pages of my blog (see it pays to comment on my posts). I’ve been really slack (sorry guys) in keeping up with Amy & Kieron from donteverlookback.com and the preparations for their long awaited trip.
Starting with North America and then onto wherever the wind blows, I’m hopeful that it will bring these guys along my path at some stage. I do envy them as well, while solo travel has been so unbelievably amazing for me, having someone to travel with and share all the fun with would have been great on parts of my trip.
As these guys are still in the #rtwsoon phase some of you might relate to their keeping travel a secret from work post. I can also relate to the post on why long term travel, as before my venture to Europe I had only managed 2 weeks here or 10 days there. You can never see enough or do enough in that time and while your rushing about to see everything your never relaxing and enjoying it all.
I’m really looking forward to seeing what these guys get up to next year as they join the rtw crew of 2011.
Thanks heaps for the blog love Chris – and don’t feel bad for not keeping up, we’ve only been around the blogosphere (is that a word?) for 2 months now so there’s really not that much you’ve missed!
London is high on the list of destinations we want to visit so I’m sure we’ll get there eventually and enjoy a brew together and Amy would be more than happy to share some vegemite straight from the jar! Our current route is NYC/Toronto – Iceland – London and beyond but who knows what will change before that happens.
Cheers again for the mention. We feel very privileged! 🙂
Your welcome guys. Having been through all the planning phase like you are going through now it’s great to read how you guys handle it all.
I shall make sure I’ve got planty of vegemite on hand then. It’s sad you can’t buy the big jars of it over here in the supermarket.
Totally agree I’m digging this duo as well.
Kieron, if you guys don’t have friends in Toronto let me know as it’s a tough city to love if you don’t go to the places the locals know.
Thanks Ayngelina – fortunately Amy’s uncle lives and works in Toronto so we’ve got accommodation and some knowledge of the city.
But we would still love to get your advice on the places to visit as we may hope to stay there for an extended time and possibly find work.