Here’s an archive of our travel routes over the past three years of roaming around the world.
Our ZigZagging Route From Our First Year of Travel (2014)
Here’s our what our entire route looks like from our first year of travels.
We began our grand adventure with the awesome experience traveling overland all the way from Mexico to Colombia entirely overland and sea, passing through each of these countries:
From Colombia we flew back to Florida for a few days to catch a repositioning cruise across the Atlantic, stopping in the Bahamas, Bermuda, and Azores (Portugal) before finally depositing us in England where we enjoyed a few days in London.
We then flew from London to Morocco where we resumed our overland travels across Europe. Here’s the countries we went to during this this portion of our trip:
We then needed to catch a flight from Athens to Barcelona to catch another repositioning cruise deal back across the Atlantic to the States so we could attend a friend’s and visit our friends and family around Thanksgiving, since we’d been away for nearly a year.
This took us on a little road trip of a few weeks through the Southern US before ultimately making our way back to Fort Lauderdale for yet another repositioning cruise. This time we returned to Colombia, went through the Panama Canal, stopped in Ecuador, then Peru before finally disembarking in Chile.
Year 2 Travel Route: Entirely Around the World (2015)
During our second year of travel we accomplished traveling entirely around the world!
We started the year in Chile and crossed back and forth into Argentina making our way to the southern tip of this continent, AKA the end of the world! Making our way through the Andes of Patagonia really satiated our craving for adventure.
After 3 months exploring Chile & Argentina, we took a 5 day flight (no, really) over to New Zealand, where all the crazy adventures continued. New Zealand has been our dream destination so we tried to pack in as much as we possibly could within the 28 days we spent there. It was awesome! We then hopped over to Australia for just a few quick days before transferring to our next continent.
We caught a flight over to Dubai then spent a few very interesting and hot weeks in Egypt. From there it was time to return to Europe to see some new-to-us countries starting with Hungary. We then traveled through SE Europe visiting Serbia, Montenegro, Croatia, and Slovenia before finally making our way into Germany for Oktoberfest.
We then made a beeline to England where we caught our 4th repositioning cruise, this time returning to the US, which marked the completion of entirely circumnavigating the globe!
Year 3 Travel Route (2016) from Cuba to Africa
We began our 3rd year of travel in Cuba! We traveled around the fascinating island nation for a few weeks before popping back to the US to gear up for our next segment.
We returned to the US briefly, took the new Fathom cruise to the Dominican Republic, and finally caught a flight to Panama. The reason for returning to Panama was to embark on another cheap repositioning cruise to Europe. This time we sailed on the Pullmantur Monarch for only $159! (Read our Pullmantur Monarch Review here.) We spent the next few summers months of 2016 exploring Portugal and Andalusia, Spain.
Finally, we jetted off from Madrid to Nairobi. That’s where we embarked on a 56-day overland safari from Nairobi to Cape Town. We then set off for a month exploring South Africa on our own.
We then returned back to the US.
Year 4 and Where to Next?
During the last time I’ve updated this page (January 2017), we were roaming around Ecuador.
After that? We’re not entirely sure, but I promise it won’t be boring. We don’t really travel with much of a plan these days but always have a hundreds more places we want to see and experience. We invite you to follow along our crazy adventures (and misadventures) as we figure out where our next destination will be.
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