I love having a quiet place to go when waiting for a flight. There’s nothing worse than having to sit for a couple of hours at a crowded gate and being forced to pay for overpriced airport food. I refuse to do it, and I suggest you all should too!
Vietnam was the third country Breada and I visited in 2016, right at the beginning of our epic 14 month trip abroad. I can still remember our bus ride from Phnom Penh. I was so excited, as always when going somewhere new. By this point I had traveled to 13 countries in my life and had more than one long-term backpacking trip, but Asia was still very new to me.
We’re moving pretty fast this trip. During our last jaunt around Southeast Asia, our time frame didn’t have a solid expiration date. This gave us the luxury of staying places for more days than most, and allowed us to have a fairly flexible itinerary. This time, however, we only have three months. This means our itinerary is pretty air tight, and we’re hopping around every two to three days. I will admit it’s tiring, but so far it’s been worth it. Continue reading “Two Days In: Singapore”
If you read my first post, you’ll know we have quite the trip ahead. It took a lot of saving, planning, and research, but in the end it was worth the time and effort.
So how did we do it?
How do you top a life altering trip? Easy, you plan another one!
I wrote in my last post Breada and I decided not to teach in Vietnam like we originally planned, but we still had our ticket booked to go back. I’m not in the business of wasting anything, let alone two business class tickets to the other side of the world, so we decided instead of teaching for a year we’ll just travel some more. A short trip this time, only three months 🙂