Round the World Adventure: Part I

The idea first occurred to me on my yoga mat, as most of my great ideas often do.  Staring at Ganesh upside down in downward dog I thought: why not?

After class I cleaned up and texted my old roommate and yogini friend.

Are you still planning on going to India?

-Yes, in November.

I’m coming with you.


In case you’re wondering, this is how Aquarians communicate.

So it begins. In the span of 6 months I will visit 7 countries (possibly more) and 3 continents.  I will travel from sandy beaches to mountainous terrains and explore ancient cities.  In the coming months I plan to document my travel preparations and of course my adventures.  Stay tuned!


Chicago-->Aruba-->Chicago-->San Jose-->San Francisco--> Los Angeles---> Chicago-->Bombay-->New Delhi-->Myanmar-->Bali-->London-->Italy-->France-->London-->Chicago

Chicago–>Aruba–>Chicago–>San Jose–>San Francisco–> Los Angeles—> Chicago–>Bombay–>New Delhi–>Myanmar–>Bali–>London–>Italy–>France–>London–>Chicago

Around the World 2013 – 2014


October 3 – October 8th: Aruba

October 15 – October 22: San Jose/San Francisco/Los Angeles

November 5 – January 31st: India

January 31st – February 14th: Myanmar

February 14th – March 1st: Indonesia

March 2nd – March 31st: UK & Europe

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  1. Jeff Greene - July 17, 2013

    Ummmmmmm I don´t see Spain on that list? Perdona?! Musta been a mistake! Heheh

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  3. frayboy - July 18, 2013

    Only London? No Manchester? You’re missing out! Nice journey though!

  4. jennifervera - July 26, 2013

    Thanks – so you recommend Manchester eh? Perhaps I can work it in – The UK trip and Europe are pretty unplanned so far – I think I’ll leave it open and see where I end up – more fun that way.

  5. jennifervera - July 26, 2013

    One never knows, Jeff!

  6. frayboy - July 26, 2013

    100%. Although it’s no longer the home of live music it was during the 90′s it’s still an awesome place to experience – architecture, nightlife, personality… It’s got it all