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Travel route (2015/16)

Our travel route for our round-the-world trip looked like this. Click on the links below to get to the page of the countries we visited

Our travel route

Denmark

Cyprus – two weeks, roadtrip & airbnb (October 15. – October 29. 2015)

Thailand – 4 weeks, Kanchanaburi, Chiang Mai and Koh Lanta (October 29. – November 26. 2015)

Vietnam – two weeks, Ho Chi Minh city and south Vietnam (November 26. – December 10. 2015 )

Philippines – 3,5 weeks – including Christmas and new year’s eve: Palawan, Mindoro (December 11. – January 4. 2016)

Australia – 5 weeks, campervan from Adelaide to Sydney (January 5. – February 7. 2016)

Hawaii – Oahu 3 days, Maui 7 days (February 8. – February 18. 2016 )

Los Angeles – one week (L.A., Universal Pictures, Hollywood etc.) (February 19. – February 25. 2016)

Mexico – 4 weeks, Yucatan Peninsula (February 25. – March 24. 2016)

Cuba – two weeks (March 24. – April 7. 2016)

U.S.A (Deep South + Texas) – 3,5 weeks (April 7. – May 1. 2016)

Nusa Lembongan: Roads from hell on Nusa Penida and amazing snorkeling with Manta Rays

  To say that we had been nervous about the boat-trip from Gili to Lembongan would be a huge understatement. Friends ...
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Gili Islands – relaxing and snorkeling all day long

When we were finally able to leave Ubud early in the morning on July 29th, we were transported to Padang ...
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Ubud adventures – Rafting, waterfalls, woodcarving and Monkey Forrest (and a round of food poisoning)

Arriving in Denpasar Bali the first thing we noticed was the humidity. It might not be much warmer than Australia ...
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Final days in Australia – Fitzroy Island and Cars 3 in the cinema

The day after snorkeling at Great Barrier Reef we went to Fitzroy Island to relax on the beach, snorkel and ...
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Snorkeling at Great Barrier Reef

  After having changed the date for our pre-booked Great Barrier Reef day tour for the second time because of unpredictable ...
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Mareeba Rodeo – A real Aussie country experience

In the Tablelands we came across several posters for the Mareeba Rodeo. Going to local events has given us some ...
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Aussie football, chocolate tour and hikes at Mission Beach

Checking the weather forecast for the 100th time it finally indicated abundant sunshine in the days ahead. Therefore we decided ...
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Exploring the Atherton Tablelands

After Noah's birthday, we decided it was time for some more adventurous stuff again. So we drove to the Atherton ...
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Visiting Sugarland Water Park and celebrating Noah’s birthday Aussie style

After our trip to Cape Tribulation we headed south for a few relaxing days at a 5 star caravan park ...
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Rainy days, great views and sighting the endangered Cassowary at Cairns, Port Douglas and Cape Tribulation

Arriving in Cairns It was a clear blue sky most of the way flying from Darwin to Cairns. Well at least ...
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Comments

  1. Christian Dadulla
    October 5, 2015

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    Hej Jesper
    Jeg er i goto cph lige nu, og var med i din session om Story Mapping.
    Og så kom til at tjekke jeres spændende rejser, jeg så også at Filippinerne var med til jeres plan. Jeg er oprindelige fra Filippinerne men jeg bor nu i Denmark og har også små børn på 5 og 2. Jeg vil bare sige at der er lidt mere kaos omkring jul i Flp. mht trafikken, lommetyver osv. Så pas lidt på. Men jeg er sikker på I vil nyde turen, især Palawan. God tur med jer.

    • admin
      October 6, 2015

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      Hej Christian
      Tak for det. Hvis du kan anbefale aktiviteter og steder at besøge på Palawan og Mindoro må du endelig sige til.

      Mvh. Jesper

  2. Christian Dadulla
    October 20, 2015

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    Hej Jasper

    Beklager for sent tilbagemelding.
    Jeg er faktisk oprindelige fra Manila. Men jeg har været en’ gang på Palawan, på Dimakya øen, i ClubParadise resort, en slags bounty ø.
    Men jeg spurgte nogen om Puerto Princesa og El Nido:
    Et fint sted at se i Puerto Princesa er ‘den underjordisk flod national park’ (Subterranean River National Park)
    Der kan man købe en pakketur(det er tit på hotel, de tilbudder en pakketur), hvor I kan sejle i/under den underjordisk flod
    og en tur til ‘Sabang strand’.
    Der er også en pakketur hvor I kan se krokodile-farm, Bakers hill, inklusiv mad på stranden.

    El Nido – Strand(hvid), vandfald, lagune.
    De siger, stranden her er bedre end Puerto Princesa.
    De anbefaler at prøve ‘Nido suppe’ – (Fuglerede suppe)

    Jeg ved ikke om I har allerede undersøgt flyselskaberne til Palawan, og om I flyve via Manila.
    Anyway, Et link I kan bruge: https://www.cebupacificair.com
    I Manilas lufthavne, hvis I øvrigt har brug for transport, så kan jeg anbefale en’ der arbejder som taxachauffør i lufthavnen.

    Mindoro: De siger ‘Pandan øen’ kan anbefales – en slags bounty ø. ellers ved jeg ikke så meget om mindoro andet end resort ø.

    Rejsemål på flp:
    http://www.itsmorefuninthephilippines.com

    Fortsat god tur med jer!
    Mvh Christian

    • admin
      October 24, 2015

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      Tak for det Christian. Vi har allerede booket fly med AirAsia så den del er på plads. Vi mødes med min søster og hendes søn i Manila lufthavn d. 27. December og skal have fundet en måde at komme til Mindoro på, men går ud fra at der er nemmere og billigere måder at gøre det på end taxa, men hvis din ven kan arrangere noget er han meget velkommen til at kontakte os.

  3. Lou
    December 29, 2015

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    Hi Good to see your post. I’ve posted the photos to my FB. Some of them anyhow. If you want to see them, I go by: Lou Trerotola.

    It was wonderful meeting you at Subli. Enjoy life, have fun!

    • admin
      January 13, 2016

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      Hi Lou
      Great to meet you at Subli. We are in Australia now and finally managed to upload the blog posts from Puerto/Subli to our site.

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