Two eastern Europes exist in my mind. One found in maps and another which sits between those the borders, populated by countries which only exist in fiction.
Everyone may say they’re on an adventure when travelling but what really defines an adventure and is it something we can really find? I try to find an answer.
Planning a Trans-Siberian journey can be a nightmare if you don’t know what you’re doing. The sheer number of different options available and bureaucratic loops you’ll have to jump through are mind boggling. If you plan in advance it’s definitely possible though and you’ll be rewarded with an adventure you’ll never forget. Here’s my step by step guide to planning your route and booking your tickets.
Imagine you could go travelling and not stop. Imagine leaving and not having to worry about whether you will have a job to come back to. Imagine having the freedom to work from anywhere in the world.
Sounds nice. But surely it’s just not realistic is it?