This past week has been a whirlwind. While we thought that we were very well prepared, there is still so much to do to get ready for an extended trip. Many things cannot be done until the last few days and we have been scrambling and out of control busy. While it is drawing closer with every minute, it doesn’t even feel like in less than we week we will be on the other side of the world. We are too worried about checking everything off of our long to do list.
So instead of complaining we want to share with all of you the adventures that we are most looking forward to in our upcoming travels. To daydream about what we will be doing over the next few months is exciting and overwhelming. We may be starting in India, but we have a lot of countries on our itinerary and we can’t wait to visit all of these destinations.
Following the trail of Genghis Khan, we are so excited to ride a horse through his old stomping grounds. To live as an nomad, riding from Yurt to Yurt is a long time dream of ours. It is the number 1 adventure on our list, but you are going to have to wait until the end of the trip to hear all about it.
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