Nice website and blog. Makes me want to get one and start one. You guys have inspired me as I looking to take a journey of a lifetime as well. Appreciate any travel tips for do’s and dont’s in the different countries as well as suggestions on how to live, sleep, budget, work and have a safe fun time.
I just bumped into your blog and I am fascinated.
I am leaving for Barcelona o October 7th to pursue a Master’s Degree in the Universitat Autonoma de Barcelona. I am from Puerto Rico so there will not be a language barrier (oher than catalan, but I think I’m gonna be OK). I also have a blog and wanted to turn it into a travel blog when I got there.
I wish I had the money to travel as much as you guys have.. but I am planning to try it.
I will be waiting for more updates…
Ivonne, another traveller that makes dreams come true…
“The journey of a thousand miles begins with only one step…” Lao Tse
OMG…the Running of the Bulls blog & photos were incredible. I felt like I was there! You were both having so much fun. But, Scott, I was more frightened of your “chasing of the soccer ball” video than any of the bull stuff. — Mom
We’re enjoying all your adventures–what a temendous experience. Liked photos of Eiffel Tower at night, world market with all the colorful fruits/veggies, and Marco Polo’s “house.”–plus all the rest. Scott, we noticed your parents celebrated 35th anniv. in Nov.–us too in May!! Take care.
Hey Guys! (but I think this one is for Karie, with scott’s valuable input, of course) As if you don’t have enough to do, I was thinking maybe you should write a blog about what you are feeling right now. Trip winding down, ready to go home, still haven’t done (blank), whatever. Plus, maybe some insight as to how you’ve planned your trips along the way (the montenegro visit was a great example). Do you get bored sometimes? Conquered the grocery store? Language barrier a major problem or doing OK? As an armchair traveler via your adventures, some of the nuts-and-bolts of your experience would be a fun read.
PS. What exactly are ‘countires’?
Just found your blog via travelblogs. Wow, sounds fantastic what you are doing and not too dissimilar to what me and my family are doing. Will enjoy catching up with your blog now that I have found it and if ok, will add it to my blog list.
Feel free to check out our blog - we are currently in Provence. Heading to Spain in July time.
My husband also has an obsession with the Rubik’s cube at the moment!!!!