- When did you go on your RTW trip?
- How old were you when you took this trip?
- Including your air ticket and other expenses (from accommodation to souvenir-buying), about how much did your trip cost?
- Where do you live now?
- Before your trip: web developer
- Now: consultant
- How did your travels affect your career when you got back?
- What is the route you took/places you visited?
- Why did you decide to take this trip? What got you into this type of travel, and/or influenced you to go?
- Out of all your experiences traveling around the world, what was the:
May 2005-February 2006
it didnt, some how when i got back is the time everyone needed work to be done. Luckily i network a lot.
flew to bali, stayed till my visa expired then flew to singapore. overland though malaysia & thailand to bangkok, did the look through laos, cambodia then back to bangkok. Flew to Lima via new york where i stayed for a week. through south peru into bolivia, then argentina and finally accross to chili. flew from chili to melbourne to catch up with some friends before flighing home to perth
I was working in a travel agent as there IT support guy, saw a broture for peru and decided i wanted to go. then figured if i was going to, i should do it properly.
- Best Moment
- Worst Moment
- Biggest Hurdle, Obstacle or Difficulty?
- Biggest surprise?
getting my wallet stolen on ko phi phi
altitude sickness on huayna potosi
Eve, a german girl i met in the Malaysian jungle. Coolest person in the world.
To the Nth Degree
the travel bug has laid eggs in my brain. I think i am more generous now and more open minded.
life changing event, that has proberbly made me a better person.
Yep, next one wont be as big but Africa is next.
It is not for everybody but 1 week isnt enough to explore some cities let alone a country.
life is short so enjoy it.
that its expencive
Its more fun then working.
do as much research as you can, then forget it all the second you leave.