Tuesday, January 13

Vanuatu

(see map) trin: We dove, snorkeled, tried the kava (it seriously tastes like dirt and I don't recommend it). Mainly we spent the time in Vanuatu relaxing and reflecting on the past year. It has truly been the trip of a lifetime. We've learned a lot about the world and how to travel it together. 

That being said, we are genuinely excited to be returning home. California is a special place and we appreciate all that it has to offer now more than ever. 

Thanks for reading!

Love Mike & Trin

9 comments:

Shondra said...

Can't wait to see you guys next weekend! Have a safe trip home...

alison donahue said...

Yay! Come home! We can't wait to see you guys. Totally agree that the Kava tastes like dirt. We only drank it once.

robyn said...

Thanks for writing the blog to keep us all updated on where you are at and what you are doing. It has been really great reading about your adventures. Can't wait to see you and get ready for your first movie night!

xo
robyn

BobN said...

Enjoyed keeping up on your adventures. Best wishes for a safe trip home.

There aren't so many scooters over here.

jawse said...

Hello!

My name is Sebastien Dujardin. I am a student from King's College London currently working on my dissertation for a Master's degree in Tourism, Environment and Development. I've read your travel blog with great interest but would like to know a little bit more about your round-the-world trip experience and the ways it has affected your environmental awareness.

If you are interested can you reply your email address and I will send you a questionnaire (which shouldn't last more than 20 minutes).

Thank you very much for you time and participation in my research,

Best'

Sebastien

sebastien.dujardin@kcl.ac.uk
+ 44 750 3334 115

jawse said...

Hello!

My name is Sebastien Dujardin. I am a student from King's College London currently working on my dissertation for a Master's degree in Tourism, Environment and Development. I've read your travel blog with great interest but would like to know a little bit more about your round-the-world trip experience and the ways it has affected your environmental awareness.

If you are interested can you reply your email address and I will send you a questionnaire (which shouldn't last more than 20 minutes).

Thank you very much for you time and participation in my research,

Best'

Sebastien

sebastien.dujardin@kcl.ac.uk
+ 44 750 3334 115

Lara said...

Hi Mike and Trin, I've just had a look through all your travels and it looks like you guys had an amazing time. Al and I are still in London... but not sure what our plans will be in the near future. Hope all is well with you and you have settled down to life back at home. Lara xx (as in Al and Lara who were studying at Juan Sisay with you!)

Jujube said...

Hi! I do not know you guys, but I just wanted to say that I absolutely LOVED reading this blog. It was very inspiring and interesting. I really want to go to Tokyo now!! (And all the other places you guys visited). =)

Eilene said...

Hi Mike and Trin. I'm a writer with the Christian Science Monitor newspaper and I'm doing a story on families and couples who have dropped out of their normal lives to travel for a year or more, either for their own edification, for a truly educational reason or for service work. I would love to interview you for the story. Can you contact me? My email is ezimmerman@sbcglobal.net and phone is 619-582-2192. Thanks.