Other trips

Other trips can be accessed by clicking the following links:

Iceland, Finland, Estonia, Russia, Mongolia, China, Thailand, Cambodia and South Korea

Germany, Poland, Austria, Hungary, Czech Republic, Romania, Bulgaria, Turkey, Israel, Jordan and Copenhagen

Hawaii, Australia, Indonesia, Singapore, Vietnam, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Nepal, India and England

Latvia, Lithuania, Ukraine, Slovenia, Serbia, Bosnia, Croatia, Montenegro, Kosovo, Macedonia, Albania, Greece, Egypt, Bahrain, Qatar, Oman, Ethiopia, Kenya, S. Africa, Zimbabwe, UAE and Denmark

Panama, Colombia, Ecuador (Including Gallapagos), Peru, Bolivia, Chile (Including Easter Island), Argentina, Uruguay, Brazil and Mexico

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Getting ready for our next big trip

     Annie has already done months of research, planned out our routes and booked hotels and hostels. She also has already booked most of our flights. This trip we're going to try to keep track of how much it costs us but I'm not sure how successful we'll be. I expect this trip to be more expensive because the countries we're traveling to are more industrialized and we're visiting many of the top Central/Eastern European cities in the world like Vienna, Prague, Warsaw, Budapest and Berlin as well as Istanbul and Jerusalem. 
     But enough of this - here are a few pictures from our last three month trip that started in Iceland and included Finland, Estonia, Russia, Mongolia, China, Thailand, Cambodia and South Korea. If you'd like to see more pictures and read about our 2013 trip, click on the following link:

Angkor Wat at sunrise

More ruins near Siem Reap
Can you tell we just loved visiting Cambodia!

A temple in Beijing

And of course The Great Wall

What an incredible day!

Just a tad cold in Iceland

The main square in Talinn

A view of St. Petersburg

Aboard the Trans-Siberian Railway

Heading to Red Square - Moscow
Hiking in Siberia

With a friend and our
driver in Mongolia

A bazaar in Chiang Mai, Thailand

Floating Market near Bangkok

There were so many trees
growing out of the ruins!