Elephant Sanctuary
Feb
18
to Feb 24

Elephant Sanctuary

We’re also dedicating our time while in the north of Thailand to visit and volunteer at the Elephant Nature Reserve—and ethical elephant sanctuary. We’ll spend our days learning about these gentle giants and also help protect and care for them.

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Chiang Mai
Feb
14
to Feb 18

Chiang Mai

After our brief stint in Kuala Lumpur, we’re heading back to Thailand, but this time to the northern province of Chiang Mai. Here we’ll take in some cooking classes which are notably different than Bangkok as well as see temples and rainforests. Ch

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Kuala Lumpur
Feb
11
to Feb 14

Kuala Lumpur

Post Phi Phi, we’re nearing the end of our 30 day Thai visit. So we’re heading to nearby Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia to add another country to the list, and also be able to head back to Thailand with a renewed visa.

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Koh Phi Phi
Feb
6
to Feb 11

Koh Phi Phi

After a brief stay in Phuket, we’re visiting nearby Koh Phi Phi—which is technically comprised of 6 islands, but only 1 of them is inhabited—Phi Phi Don. The Phi Phi (pronounced Pee Pee) islands rose to fame back in 2000 after the release of Leonardo DiCaprio’s hit movie “The Beach.”

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Phuket
Feb
5
to Feb 6

Phuket

We’ll leave Koh Tao and head to the other side of the Andaman Sea to the Southern hotspot of Phuket. Phuket, a rainforested, mountainous island in the Andaman Sea, has some of Thailand’s most popular beaches, mostly situated along the clear waters of the western shore. We’ll spend one night here before heading to Koh Phi Phi. Ph

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Koh Tao
Jan
28
to Feb 4

Koh Tao

Another stop on our Thai island tour is famed Koh Tao—known for its tropical coral reefs, with species including whale sharks and rays, and Hawksbill and green turtles. We’ll spend our 5 days here getting PADI (SCUBA) certified!

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Koh Phangan
Jan
26
to Jan 28

Koh Phangan

After Koh Samui, we’re heading to jumping over to nearby Koh Phangan. Phangan is supposedly lower key but still relatively known for they’re wild new moon parties. We’re hoping to explore some of the beaches and the island before heading to Koh Tao.

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Koh Samui
Jan
22
to Jan 26

Koh Samui

rom Bangkok, we’ll bid Sawasdee Krab (“goodbye”) to the hustle and bustle of the city and hello to island living. We’re headed to Koh Samui—one of the larger islands on the eastern side of Thailand. Hopefully we’ll also be able to get a cooking class in while down here as Southern Thai food is distinct from Northern Thai or even Bangkok.

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Bangkok
Jan
17
to Jan 22

Bangkok

As our 30 days maximum visa in Bali comes to an end, we’re headed to the bustling Thai metropolis. We’ll spend the day getting adjusted to Thailand culture, touring epic temples, and of course, eat our way through this gorgeous city.

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Bali
Dec
20
to Jan 17

Bali

Kaleb is going to be staying in Bali for a month entirely. He has visions of sipping coconuts on a beach in between surf lessons and yoga sweat sessions. Plus, it’s his birthday on Jan 7th, so he can pretty much do anything he pleases.

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Flying to Bali
Dec
18
to Dec 20

Flying to Bali

We’ll say “hasta luego” to South America and “om suastiastu” to Bali. We’ll be flying on 3 different flights for 36 hours and literally traverse the globe: Argentina > Ethiopia > Singapore > Bali, Indonesia.

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El Bolson
Dec
15
to Dec 18

El Bolson

Rounding out our time in Patagonia, we’re headed back south to a charming mountain town south of Bariloche—El Bolson. It’s known for its quaint demeanor and beautiful scenery.

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Bariloche
Dec
5
to Dec 12

Bariloche

From the gorgeous landscape of the southern Patagonia Ice Field, we head north to the stunning Swiss inspired town of San Carlos de Bariloche (or Bariloche) for short. Set within Argentina’s Lake District, this town is known for it’s picturesque qualities and notable German and Swiss influences—including lots of chocolate shops :p

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El Chalten
Dec
1
to Dec 5

El Chalten

Continuing our journey through Argentinian Patagonia, we’re going to the quaint hamlet of El Chalten. Population of about 4,000 and situated within Los Glaciares national park, we’ll spend days hiking and taking in the gorgeous landscape of the region.

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El Calafate
Nov
26
to Nov 29

El Calafate

After Torres del Paine, we’ll venture back across the Argentinian border to El Calafate and the jumping off point to Argentina’s Patagonia region. We’ll spend a couple of days here checking out the sights and hiking.

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Torres del Paine
Nov
23
to Nov 26

Torres del Paine

From Puerto Natales, we’ll make our way toward Torres del Paine National Park in Chile’s Patagonia region. Here we’ll see if we can get a day trip excursion to the park as the famed W trek is already sold out. :(

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Puerto Natales
Nov
20
to Nov 23

Puerto Natales

Since it’s Thanksgiving and we’re away from home. We’ve decided to splurge a little and spend a couple of days in an incredible hotel in Puerto Natales—the jumping off point to the Chilean side of Patagonia. We’re still holding out hope that we’ll be able to go on to see Torres del Paine.

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Punta Arenas
Nov
17
to Nov 20

Punta Arenas

We’ll depart one southern most city in a country — Ushuaia, Argentina—for another—Punta Arenas, Chile. It’ll be quite a day of travel day, as we’ll spend about 16 hours navigating the archipelago on our way to Argentina’s western neighbor: Chile.

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Ushuaia - Part 2
Nov
15
to Nov 17

Ushuaia - Part 2

We’ll return to Ushuaia after what is sure to be an epic Antarctic adventure with Quark Expeditions. We’ll spend some more days exploring this lovely little town and the gorgeous Tierra Del Fuego region.

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Antarctica
Nov
6
to Nov 15

Antarctica

True Story! We just snagged a last minute deal on Quark Expedition cruises to to Antarctica (the famed 7th continent for Nic). We’ll be on the Endeavor Cruise line for 10 days. To say we’re excited is an understatement!

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