21 Days Later.

This is what we've used to map out our trip. The little post-its represent some cities we're going to.

This is what we've used to map out our trip. The little post-its represent some cities we're going to.

Holy Hell.

We leave in 21 days.

Where did March and April go?

Oh yeah that’s right, Justin had to one up everyone and get cancer. Show off.

Life has happened so fast that I think we’ve all lost track of how soon we leave. We do have some things planned out. Now it’s more just the details.

We leave May 28th and arrive in Belfast, Ireland. We return from London July 31st. What happens in between is still up in the air. We have relatives in Poland we will definitely be seeing. Justin has a friend in Germany who is also welcoming us into her home. Other than that, we are nomads. We both agreed that we want a lot of flexibility in the schedule to allow for impromptu trips and gut decisions. I guarantee some European city is going to get on our nerves, so why stay longer than we need? Let’s just move on.

With school finishing up in the next two weeks, we’ll hopefully be able to solidify some more plans.

Things to do prior to May 28th:

  • get new lens (in my Norov Virus daze, I dropped the camera and now the 18mm-55mm lens won’t stay on)
  • buy EuroRail passes
  • contact CouchSurfers in areas we are headed
  • procure a proper backpack
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3 responses to “21 Days Later.

  1. Uncle Andy

    Laura- It looks like your stopping in Greece if so please confirm- I might be able to hook you up with some people in Greece. Just a taught.

  2. I know some kids in Florence that would love to have you sleep on their couch. PLEASE PLEASE PLEASE.

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