Jetlag, again. If there are a ton of typos in this post, I’ll blame it on a combo of jetlag, and writing this post back and forth between my iPhone and iPad. I am sitting in my father’s kitchen at 4 am, reflecting on the year that was. I can’t lie, I’m a sucker for these sorts of moments in life, and so while I consider New Year’s Eve the most overrated holiday, I do fancy the opportunity to sit back and reflect on the year. In this case, there’s a lot to reflect on, and a lot to hope for in 2015. So let’s look back: how many countries did we visit, how many miles did we fly, and most important of all, what life lessons did we all learn from our travels this year?
The number of miles flown this year was absurd when you consider travel blogging isn’t exactly a full time gig for us. In a little more than 5 weeks, Laura and I have circled the globe. Twice. So how many miles does that add up to? Continue reading