So it's travel time again. This time I'm not alone. I am making this journey around the world with a french translator in tow. For those of you who don't know, the translator is Audree, my girlfriend from Montreal. She's good at french, and is small, so she fits well in my backpack.
Since my trip to Japan and New Zealand last year, I have been to Belize and Guatemala, also with Audree. It was on that trip that she passed the test, and I figured it would be safe to take her with me around the world.
We arrived in Frankfurt, Germany on Wednesday morning and leave tomorrow morning (Saturday) for southern India. We will be in India for a month, then to China, Mongolia and finally South Korea. We're due to return to Canada late in July.
Our time in Frankfurt was fairly uneventful due to lots of rain and cold weather. It's a city I have been to before, and there is not a lot to see.
For the onward part of our trip, we have few expectations. I do however think that India will be one of my biggest travel challenges, but I'm ready to hit it head on. The next time you read anything here, I'm sure I will have more to say, as we will be in a much more unique place. No pictures from Frankfurt, so if you are craving some visual stimulation just flip back and look at one of the other amazing places I have been. Try not to be jealous of me. It makes me feel awkward.
All the best, write again when I can.
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