72 hours in London is definitely not enough time to become an expert, but it was the perfect amount of time to fall in love with one of the world's great cities through this can't miss London City Guide.
Making a Round the World packing list has been one of the hardest parts for me when planning our adventure. The thought of carrying six months worth of clothing, shoes, accessories, toiletries and tech stuff in one large backpack and one carry-on daypack truly frightened me to my core.
I've had to throw the 'style blogger' part of me out the window and seek out clothing and accessories that will work in a myriad of destinations, climates and occasions. I want to be comfortable, dry, and not look like a total tourist (but hey, I am and I will probably look like one most of the time).
Figuring out 'How to book a Round the World Flight' might be the most important part of planning your trip.
Not only will it be a sizable portion of your overall travel budget, but once you press 'book now' your trip becomes REAL for the first time. All those hours spent daydreaming about waking up in a new country transform into something tangible when you see your name in all caps on an airline ticket.
Two of the biggest questions Michael and I have received about our upcoming trip are: "How do you plan an Around the World Trip?" and "How do you choose which countries to visit?"
Well, as one might expect, those questions don't come with easy answers. After all, there are roughly 194 recognized countries scattered across 7 continents and 5 oceans. Time constraints, route logistics, packing lists/visa requirements, climate, and budget are just some of the topics to consider. With all of these factors bouncing around your head, figuring out where to begin may be the hardest part.