Now that we're all caught up with our trip journal, here are a few statistics from the adventure! Throughout the trip we've been keeping track of a few basic statistics, and I've compiled everything, so here is the dirtybanana world tour in numbers: 344 days on the "road" Start date: July 20, 2017 End date: …
Final stop on our whirlwind world tour was Costa Rica! And while our pace in Costa Rica was a lot less hectic than before, we still got to see a lot of the Costa Rican rain forest and beautiful beaches. Enjoy!
Our second to last stop on the trip was Argentina. After whirlwind Peru, we did Argentina at a much more leisurely pace, but we still got to see a lot of really cool things! Enjoy. Mendoza Teatro Colon - Buenos Aires Iguazu Falls
We've already arrived back in the US, and transitioning back has kept us busy, but we still have a few stops to catch up on. So here goes Peru with its amazing landscapes!
Long post ahead. Safari in Tanzania was as amazing as in Kenya, but we spent even more time on game drives, so, of course, I took way too many pictures. Enjoy!
Catching up without consistent wi-fi to upload my photos is hard! But here's a short post from the Maldives. We were here for only for 5 days, and we really didn't do much other than enjoy the beach, but it makes for nice photos nonetheless. Enjoy!
After spending Christmas with family in Luxembourg, we hit the road again in Greece. We were quite busy in Greece, and there was a lot to see. Lots of photos! Meteora Corinth & Surroundings Nafplio Delphi Athens
Happy New Year! Catching up with my posts after the holidays, here are the Philippines. Or at least the two islands we visited for most of our stay: Bohol and Palawan.
While the weather in Vietnam wasn't playing nice and we had a lot of clouds and rain throughout, it was nevertheless a fascinating country that we got to experience from many different sides - Hanoi, Ha Long Bay, Hoi An, Saigon. Enjoy!
While we were in Nepal, the weather wasn't bad, but there were a lot of clouds and haze. That meant that some of the views we were hoping for didn't materialize. The 2015 earthquake also unfortunately destroyed a lot of the historical temples and there is still a long way to go with the restoration …