Vacation bubble

I cannot believe that a month has gone by so quickly! It feels like we just packed our things and started our world trip and now we’re already returning back to Norway. What a trip it’s been, a once in a lifetime experience (for now). Even though I could stay on the road for much longer, I know it’s time to return home, time to put the recharged batteries to work and get things done! We are both excited and looking forward to what 2018 may bring.

I absolutely loved my vacation bubble, because it gave A and me a chance to grow even closer and have so many fun (or how he calls them: death defying) experiences together. And I know that we will be heading back to Norway to heaps of late nights, long meetings and crazy deadlines. But such is life and we chose this life for ourselves because, as exhausting as it may sound, we love it to pieces and I wouldn’t have it any other way.

Don’t be fooled though, I’m going to hold on to my vacation bubble until we actually arrive in Norway in about 17 hours (14 hours to London, 1 hour layover and another couple hours to Oslo). That’s why yesterday we treated ourselves royally to massages and relaxation and letting the world pass by, while we were taking it koala-like-easy.

I will say this though, I’m super excited to sleep in my own bed, water my orchids and work day and night. Exciting projects for the new year have been lined up and we are bursting with energy to get the new year started!

For now, this also marks the end of my daily blogposts, returning to a semi-regular blogspot as I return to my everyday life. Thanks for following along and allowing me to whisk you away into a world of travel wonder! See you on the other side!

Love, A&J

Throwback to when we started our world trip!

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