A trip like this is hard to predict. Of course, which path you ultimately take depends on many factors. So many positive and negative things will happen along the way, and hopefully during the trip we will get new ideas about what to do, where to go, and what to cut from our itinerary.
The good thing about having plenty of time is the so-called ‘spontaneity’ and the possibility to keep all options open. Shall we take a right here? Or are we going left? To discover and having fun is the most important thing.
Below you can find a map where – roughly – you can see what we are up to the next 18 months or so. Just to give you an idea…
The first part of the trip is fixed and cannot be changed. That would be the journey of our van on the Atlantic Sea freighter and ours by KLM. The van will embark this ship in Antwerp, sailing for 11 days, crossing the Atlantic Ocean to Halifax where we will pick it up and start driving to Ushuaia – at the very bottom of Argentina.
The roads that we took so far: