2018’s Travel, in Pictures!

Our $9,815 2018 travel budget had us covering a lot of ground. Let’s review where we went!

We started 2018 by ringing in the new year in Mexico City.

cdmx

We covered a lot of ground in central Mexico, including visiting Teotihuacan:

teot

Puebla:

puebla

Cholula:

cholula

Xochimilco:

xochi

And the beautiful Prismas Basalticos:

prismas

It was quite a trip!

Our next venture overseas was a summer trip to Europe. We started off in England, with a few days in Brighton:

brighton

The beaches were great:

bbeach

The white cliffs were unreal!

cliffs

We continued to Prague:

Prague

prague

And checked out the famous bone church in Kutna Hora:

bones

A few very scenic hours by train then brought us to Berlin:

branden

We spent a surprising amount of time going to various nudist swimming lakes:

lake

And also visited a former concentration camp, Sachsenhausen:

sachsen

Our final destination of the trip was Amsterdam:

amst

Cel turned 30 in Amsterdam, which we celebrated by taking the train out to visit some windmills:

windmills

As well as pretending he was a milk maid:

milkm

It was a very action-packed summer trip!

Finally, on Christmas day we flew to Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam:

saigon

In the last few days before 2018 ended, we managed to visit the Cu Chi Tunnels:

tunnels

And the Mekong Delta:

mekong

As well as shoot guns in a firing range for the first time ever:

gun

For the rest of our Vietnam trip, tune in for 2019’s Travel in Pictures!

Throughout the year, we also did some shorter getaways around BC – a camping trip to Manning Park:

manning

Our annual Labour Day trip to the Okanagan:

labour

The inaugural Mini Camp Mustache near Bellingham:

belling

And we had our first island visit, Gambier Island, during a trip to the Sunshine Coast:

Gambier

Where we visited a sick labyrinth:

Labyrinth

It was an excellent travel year overall, with lots of great bucket-list destinations nicely ticked off the list. We look forward to 2019’s travel, wherever it might bring us.

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Amazing. It amazing to be FI at such a young age. I’m there now but can seem to quite my job. I’m locked in by the golden hang cuffs. But I’ve at least gone down to working 16 days a month. Such an inspiration. Keep the posts coming.

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