After three consecutive months of exhausting but exhilarating backpacking adventures, we’ve boarded a series of planes, trains and automobiles in order to get from Hanoi, Vietnam to our new mystery destination. In recent months you’ve seen us post videos from our final few weeks in Korea, our first month backpacking in Malaysia, our second month exploring the Kingdom of Cambodia and our most recent month of travels in Vietnam where we made our way up the entire country from south to north.
We’ve had a blast transitioning from English teachers to backpackers, but we’re – once again – ready for a new challenge. Now we’re looking for a base to settle down, so that we can get to work on some online projects we’ve been putting off for too many weeks/months. Our goal is to find the right balance on the road, where we’re working and playing without sacrificing one over the other. Up until now, we’ve found we’ve been burning the candle too much at both ends of this equation and that it has left us feeling totally exhausted.
In need of regrouping and recharging our physical and mental batteries we’re heading to a mystery location for several months.
In terms of relocating, our day first started with an early morning flight from Hanoi, Vietnam to our new mystery country. Although you may have already guessed we’ll give you hint anyways; it’s a country that is also in SE Asia and is well known for street food, elephants and word class beaches.
After arriving at a new International airport we then had nearly seven hours to kill at a local cafe – with wifi – before we boarded an overnight train to our final destination.
We don’t want to ruin the surprise here in the description box, so please watch the video to find out where we’ll be staying and basing ourselves for the next 3 months.