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Our 'Round the World Route

 

JETSETTING FOOLS COMPLETEING OUR RTW JOURNEY MAP

On our year-long 'Round the World Journey, we left the United States and traveled to....

Montevideo, Uruguay - Punta del Diablo, Uruguay - Buenos Aires, Argentina - Bariloche, Argentina - Puerto Varas, Chile - Santiago, Chile - Easter Island, Chile - Moorea, French Polynesia - Auckland, New Zealand - Wellington, New Zealand - Bondi Beach, Australia - Sydney, Australia - Coolangatta, Australia - Cairns, Australia - Brisbane, Australia - Singapore - Hanoi, Vietnam - Halong Bay, Vietnam - Hoi An, Vietnam - Dalat, Vietnam - Phu Quoc Island, Vietnam - Siem Reap, Cambodia - Chiang Mai, Thailand - Koh Lanta, Thailand - Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia - Perth, Australia - Flic en Flac, Mauritius - Cape Town, South Africa - Lisbon, Portugal - Barcelona, Spain - Seville, Spain - Madrid, Spain - Lecce, Italy - Kotor, Montenegro - Dubrovnik, Croatia - Mostar, Bosnia and Herzegovina - Split, Croatia - Plitvice Lakes, Croatia - Zagreb, Croatia - Zurich, Switzerland - Ljubljana, Slovenia - Budapest, Hungary - Dublin, Ireland - London, England...and then back to the States.

Click here for our 'Round the World Budget

4 thoughts on “Our Travels

  1. Mary Lou

    I was reading The Republic this evening and saw your article on Montenegro. And the all important reference to your website. It is wonderful!
    As with Anonymous above my thoughts also abound with your travel stories.
    My husband and I are healthy retired snowbirds and spend winters in Mesa. We have set 2017 as our year to ‘head out’. Unlike yourselves, our means of transportation will be freighter cruise ships.
    I have searched and searched blogs everywhere for guidance on how to do what you are doing.. An approach that gives me confidence. I do believe I have found it in JSF
    Am really curious to know just what you took with you when you set out.. Only a sizeable back pack?
    Travel safely and I will follow you with great interest..

    Thanks for sharing..

    • Hi Mary Lou –
      Thanks for the comment! First, let me tell you how jealous we are of your upcoming travels via freighter ships. We have looked into this style of travel, but have not yet been able to work it into our schedule. It sounds so very exciting!
      As to your question in what I carry: I have one 50L backpack, which weights a little over 30 pounds fully loaded, and I also carry a messenger bag as my carry-on. My best advice on packing is to bring clothes you are comfortable wearing and pack things that layer easily and color coordinate (and YES, bring colorful things – black gets boring!). We prefer backpacks because it leaves our hands free. My jackets and pants all have pockets, which is also important. Eagle Creek packing cubes are expensive, but seriously awesome and we highly recommend them. Prior to traveling full-time, I used to pack my clothes in ziplock bags, which is the same idea behind the cubes, but a much bigger hassle and not nearly as durable.
      Here is a link to a post a wrote after we had completed our ‘Round the World trip regarding my packing and it includes a link to my entire packing list.
      http://jetsettingfools.com/what-i-packed-to-travel-the-world/
      If you have any other questions, just let us know! We’re happy to help. 🙂

  2. Anonymous

    An absolute ‘Bravo’.
    I’m on the sun-down side of my sixties and just recently retired and my thoughts abound as I view your travels.

    thanks for sharing, jf

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