The two New Yorkers left their jobs, rented their homes, and hit the road. He was a digital media strategist, she was (and still is) a photographer. The couple chose simple accommodations but sometimes sprang for a five-star hotel. They had stored up 473,000 frequent flyer miles. They made friends and, obviously, got to know each other really well. They were on the road 675 days.
In those two years, they traveled through six continents, visiting 33 countries and 302 places. And they say they have enough stories and memories to last a lifetime.
But this is even better: They’ll help you plan a long getaway, too. Start with their very polished website called HoneyTrek.com. It’s got lots of reports and pictures from their trips. Some of their postings even include the email addresses of people who were exceptionally kind or inclusive during their long journey.
For reasonable fees, the couple will coach you by Skype on how to plan a long, long trip and how to start a travel blog that might earn you some major perks. Check it out at here.