Backpacking Around the World Travel - Cubicle Boycott
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Backpacking Around the World Travel - Cubicle Boycott Please click here if you are not redirected within a few seconds. Cubicle Boycott Our gap year backpacking trip around the world Menu Home Travel Blog Australia Australia New Zealand Southeast Asia Cambodia Laos Thailand Vietnam Europe Austria Bosnia-Hercegovina Czech Republic Croatia Greece Hungary Ireland Italy Poland Portugal Romania Slovakia Slovenia Spain Turkey Africa Morocco North America Canada Mexico USA Central America Nicaragua Asia Hong Kong Macau Frequently Asked Questions Books Read Travel Gear Welcome! We're glad you found our Around the World travel site. Although the trip concluded in 2006 we are still reminiscing about our year on the road and are happy to answer any questions you may have. For those who think a trip such as ours is impossible, we'd like to dispel any of those thoughts. Usually people think that a trip of this length cost heaps of money or required having won the lottery. That's just bullocks! Here's a bit on our background which we hope will inspire your own trip of a lifetime! LEARN MORE croatia - thumbs up Thailand - more destruction from the storm Vietnam - sunset on our motorbike trip from china beach to hoi an Turkey - craig at kayaka village (ghost town) Vietnam - river in hoi an NewZealand - life on the road with pb & j's Australia - curtain fig tree mexico - Leroy slovenia - Ida (our tour guide) poland - auschwitz bosnia-hercegovina - hostel mates Romania - mike and radu Australia - the love tunnel, aka the tunnel of fear and bats hongkong - "The Worrier" or "I peed myself" mexico - Chad, Stephannie and Linda hiding Vietnam - mui ne beach front canada - Notre Dame Basilica Vietnam - temple of literature croatia - vis Vietnam - view from our trek on cat ba island Laos - 2 KM to the China border NewZealand - on top of mt. maunganui canada - Notre Dame Basilica Australia - trying to decide where to go next Greece - cactus closeup on naxos Turkey - Ephesus Stadium Vietnam - tina halong bay Laos - typical food/supply stand australia We're currently in Melbourne and made it to Australia with no problems. We left NZ on Wednesday and we were in quite a mood after being told we wouldn't be refunded our money for the damage done to our rental car. The only way they would is if the police had caught the @#@!@ which they had no luck... read more austria Today we took the 1.5 hour bus ride from Sopron, Hungary to Vienna, Austria. It still continued to rain today, but we decided a museum would be a good thing to do while it rained. We chose the Haus der musik museum. This was nice change of pace from the other museums we've been to in Europe. The mus... read more bosnia-hercegovina Sleeping is impossible when staying in the dorms. Once the first person gets up, others slowly begin to rise and within a half hour the entire room is up. This is how our rainy cold day in Sarajevo began. A short slightly warm shower and we were still not ready to begin a day of touring. We spent a... read more Cambodia We woke up around 7:45 am this morning to get our free breakfast from our guest house. After stuffing our food in our mouth as fast as we could to catch our 9:00 am bus we checked out of our guest house and headed to the tourist office. The lady at the tourist off told us to leave our bags there and... read more croatia After a good nights sleep we woke up to a rainy day. Since we were only in town for 1 day we grabbed our raincoats and umbrella and headed into town. We took the long way to the Roman amphitheater to get a better view of what the city had to offer outside of the center. Once we arrived at the amp... read more czech I was speaking with Francie, one of the owners of our hostel, last night after she returned from a deep tissue massage and found out it was really cheap to get a massage here. 300 Krown ($12) for a hour long massage. I've had a knot in my back that has been bothering for the last six months and I th... read more Greece We arrived in Athens this morning after a 9 hour flight from Bangkok. We left at 12:30 am so we were served dinner at 2:00 am. It reminded us of our college days where we'd eat after the bars closed at the local Perkins. Not good for the waistline. Once we arrived in Athens the entry process was... read more hongkong We will be taking off for a trip to Hong Kong on Sept. 15th, 2007 and the thought of it makes us all giddy! ... read more Hungary With a 10:00 am checkout and a 4:20 pm bus to Sopron, we had to pack up our bags, but leave them at the pension. Days like this are always interesting. You have to find something to do without have a home base. We started the day by doing a little shopping. I bought a new sweater which I think I wil... read more ireland With a long day of traveling we landed in Dublin at 10:00 pm. At the airport Tina was given a warning by passport control about needing more pages in her passport soon. This is probably because the stamp for Ireland takes up a full page in your passport. Other than that we didn’t have any problem... read more italy Today we were due at the olive farm. We took a train to Grosseto and checked out the city before getting picked up by the owners friend Barbara. As we made our way through the Tuscan countryside my stomach had butterflies because I was so excited about the area and our upcoming experience on the f... read more Laos **Heads up-this travelogue is really long. So if you want to look busy at work copy it into a Word document and you'll get out of real work for about 30 minutes!!! We woke up at 7:15 AM to begin an amazing day. We started off with a quick breakfast at our guest house and were taken down to t... read more mexico Tina’s cousin Nick and his fiancée Angie decided to get married on the island Isle Mujeres in Mexico and without jobs yet how could we refuse? We rented a house for the week and enjoyed the company of Ron, Linda, Chad and Stephanie as our housemates. We had a great house right on the ocean with a... read more morocco We took the first train from Ronda to Algeciras today which left at 9:30am. As we walked to the station the city seem deserted We thought everyone might have a sugar hangover from last night, but in reality it was a holiday so people were home for the day. After a quick 2 hour train ride we arriv... read more New Zealand Today we landed in Auckland around 12:00 after what was a 14 hour flight. After getting through customs without any incidents we found a city shuttle and were on the way to stay at our first ever hostel. Initially is was very strange to be driving on the left side of the road but that's the beauty... read more poland Our plans for the day were to enjoy a bit more of the town and then grab the 12:00 bus to Krakow. The temperature outside was a chilly 37 when we woke up so we dressed in layers and took to the streets. The night before we had stumbled upon a ski jump area so we headed back that way to grab a few p... read more portugal We woke up to pouring rain which confirmed it would be a museum day today. One of the great things about Portugal is most of the museums are free on Sundays. Once the rain turned to a sprinkle we hit the streets to walk to the Museu Calauste Gulbenkian. We were caught in the a complete down pour on ... read more Romania Got a good night's sleep and woke up to catch the next train from Sofia, Bulgaria to Bucharest. As we watched the world pass by our car window we noticed a disconcerning sight-dew on the grass. We both thought we might have wanted Dena to bring some warmer clothes then we did, but hoped it would b... read more slovakia Today we left Vienna for Bratislava, Slovakia. The border crossing was easy and went quickly but I was bummed as the guard just came on the bus, looked at our passports and got off. That meant we didn't get a Slovakia stamp entering the country but I'm hoping I can get one on the way out. Once we... read more slovenia Sleeping in until 9 am today we woke up, showered and went across the street to pick up some muesli and yogurt for breakfast. After breakfast the owner of our hostel drove us to the town center with a quick tour of the town. We spent the day just meandering around the town. We did visit the Ljubljan... read more Spain Since we got to our hostel at around 2 am last night we were pretty wiped. As we walked from the bus stop to the hostel on Las Ramblas there were guys selling cans of beer throughout the entire ped mall. We've had a lot of things offered to us while traveling but this one actually made a bit of se... read more thailand We landed in Bangkok at 5:00 am yesterday. It was so hot this early in the morning. We walked around Bangkok yesterday and sweated the entire time. We sweat more just walking around yesterday than we did on our 1/2 hour runs in Australia. The hostel we are staying is 600 baht ($15) a night with free... read more Turkey After 5 hours on 3 buses and 9 hours on a train we made it to Instanbul the morning of the 9th. We checked into our hotel for 8 euros a night or so we thought. We showered and were escorted to one of the many travel agencies here by one of the staff at the hotel. At the travel agency we had our firs... read more Vietnam Warning-this travelogue may cause heart palpitations in our parents. Best read while sitting down or while consuming mass quantities of booze. Very long post.** Today we make the trip to cross the Laos/Vietnam border. Having decided on this border crossing at the beginning of our trip we felt t... read more ? Site built with Simple Responsive Template Whois

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