Hi everyone … Our trip is over for now, and we’re going to put the camera down for a while as we move back into our house and ease back into a life more ordinary.
We have started putting all of Michelle’s facebook “Photo of the day” posts up on the blog so those of you who aren’t on facebook can take a look. You can browse through them here. They should all be up in the next few days.
In addition we do still hope to post the rest of our photo albums when we get time.
Thanks everyone for your support along the way, and hope to see you all again soon!
Ben & Michelle
The Nomadic Nobbies no more (for now)
Touchdown!! Hellooooo Sydney. A very happy reunion with mum and dad and our good friend Jussie at the airport. Being a work day we slipped back into the country quietly. This is my last travel post on what seems to … Continue reading
3 hour stop over at Abu Dhabi, only 14 hours left to go. Forgot how long the flight to Heathrow to Sydney is
It’s a very surreal time packing up our backpacks for the last time on this trip. Our flight is at 8.30pm and have the afternoon spending quality time with family. Time to say more goodbyes and more tears. I think … Continue reading
Our last full day in London so we have the afternoon cruising down the Thames River ferry to Greenwich. A bitter freezing day nothing like retreating to a local pub for some cod beer battered fish and chips. It’s amazing … Continue reading
Christmas greetings from Caye Caulker, Belize. We are settled here for a week after finishing our trip in South America, the United States and a quick whiz through Central America. Apologies for not keeping the blog up to date, but we do plan to finish it one day when we stop moving for a while.
Nobbies cannot believe that we have taken 267 days to travel around South America and that this is our last day here. It certainly has been an adventure and will miss it alot. We finally get to see some interesting … Continue reading
Nobbies last night in Bogota as well as in South America. We celebrate it at Andres Carnes De Res which Bogota locals rave about. First there was a queue to get in then we waited almost 2 hours for a … Continue reading
A graffiti photography tour of Bogota we had booked was cancelled at the last minute so we visit the long awaited Museo de Oro (Gold Museum) filled with relics dating from 200BC to the Inca period of the 1500′s. It … Continue reading
We meet up with Ardun, Jen and Antonia in Bogata and head out on local buses 50km north to visit the Salt Cathedral in Zipaquira. Built 20 years ago, it is 200 metres underground under the salt mines and 250,000 … Continue reading