One day, Moo and I decided to quit our jobs and travel for a year.
It wasn’t the easiest decision, (I was begging him to move to New Zealand with me!), but this was our compromise. Tough. I get it.
We started out on May 1st, flying from Sydney to Athens, Greece. The first island we reached was Sifnos, ahhh Sifnos, it’s still under my skin and I can’t let it go. The food was exceptional, that should be enough to make you want to go there. Then it was off to Milos! We enjoyed Milos, especially the thrills and spills of the place. On our way to Crete, we stopped off at the infamous Santorini, I have to admit, I didn’t LOVE it.
From Santorini, it was aboard the ferry again on the way to carefree Crete where we enjoyed the beautiful bays of turquoise waters, fresh seafood and even an epic day hike at Aradena Gorge. Before we knew it, the week was up and we were flying our separate ways, me to Budapest and Moo to go kitesurfing in Montenegro.
From Budapest, I went on to walk the European Peace Walk (a 330km journey from Hungary to Italy) arriving in Italy, (finally) in mid-June. From here the only thing on the
agenda menu, was a relaxing two weeks in Umbria. Tough, I know.
After our two weeks in Umbria, we set off to Lucca, before meeting our friends in Pisa to travel ten days down to the Amalfi Coast.
One thing you should know – is that we’re travelling the year with carry-on luggage only (this is what’s in my bag!) and that we expect to travel as lightly on the earth as possible, in fact everything we have is as ethical (and Australian made) as we could find!
Follow the journey and enjoy every minute, I know we are going to damn well try!