I have a big announcement! Some big changes are coming, and they’ve been approaching quietly for some time. Starting in just a few short weeks, I’m going to be traveling for 6 months throughout South America! Ever since I had the amazing trip to Thailand in 2014, it’s been my unwavering dream to travel for an extended period of time. I wasn’t sure when or where, but those details are now coming into focus.
On November 11, me and a buddy of mine will take off for Peru to start the trip by scaling the Inca Trail on the way to Machu Picchu! Throughout the rest of this trip I’ll be going through Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Argentina, and Chile seeing mountains, rivers, beaches, and hopefully much much more. The planning has been long and arduous, but certainly worthwhile. It’s also been much easier with the support of many great people in my life including my family and friends. And of course, the loving support of my girlfriend. It wasn’t an easy decision but I am very thankful for her willingness to help me see through my dream to travel.
A big part of this planning has been notifying my coworkers. Maybe it’s corny, but they’ve come to be something of a second family to me. Handling this announcement as well as possible with them has been very important to me and I appreciate all the patience they’ve all shown.
I’ll sorely miss all the people in my life during this trip but I know that we’ll be seeing each other sooner than we can imagine. But with every new chapter, new challenges and experiences await and I’m looking forward to all that the road ahead has to offer!
While I’m away, follow my page to keep up with my travels and to get the latest tips on how to travel richly on a cheap budget! You’ll be thankful you did!
Til next time 🙂
2 thoughts on “Turning a New Leaf”
Hi Taka, It was really a pleasure to get to know you over the three days we were together for the motorcycle safety course at CCM. I knew there was something about you that I liked cause I too am an accountant (CPA) and I like to run to keep in shape but by no means am I close to being a marathon runner!! Keep us posted on your trip and when you get back you know how to find me. Take care, be safe and enjoy life!
Jerry, that’s so funny that you’re an accountant too! It’s a good profession and gave me a great start after school. I appreciate the kind words and hope you’ll enjoy the posts! See ya soon!