The world sometimes feels so small and connected that we forget how big it actually is. That once upon a time, a long-distance romance consisted of hand-written letters at intervals of three months. That even though people may get up each morning and put our trousers on in the same way, we aren’t all necessarily cut from the same cloth.
On 11 March 2014 Mum (32), Dad (33) and Marshall (3) left home in Sydney to travel to London overland: by boat, train, bus and car.
We travelled through 20 countries, visited 23 UNESCO World Heritage Sites and tried our best to say “hello” and “thank you” in 13 languages.
The map below outlines our journey. Zoom in and have a play. Click the pins to read a bit about the spot and connect to posts on the blog. The lines show the method of transport and km between each point.