They have made a long world trip of 15 months in 2008/2009 that took them to most of Asia, Oceania and South America. In 2016 they traveled for four and a half months, mostly to places they had not been before, including Myanmar, Buthan, Tibet, South Korea and some more islands in the Pacific Ocean. In November 2017 they went on another four and a half month trip, now traveling (back) to Brazil, Paraguay, Argentina and Chile.
In December 2019 they started a new adventure: their fourth world trip of another four and a half months. After a short and quiet stay on Lombok in Indonesia they traveled to Australia to visit those parts of the continent they hadn’t been to before. After a few months of roaming mainly the south of the country, their journey would continue to Japan at the end of March 2020. However, due to the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, it was wiser at that moment to cut the trip short and return home quickly.
After two years of COVID restrictions, they have left in February 2022 for a new adventure. They spent two months in Thailand, and one and a half month in South Korea. Due to their Covid restrictions, they were unable to travel to Japan again.
Travel is bad for the environment. That’s why (short) flights are avoided, CO2 emissions are compensated and more sustainable alternatives are favoured.