Where Is Andy Graham? I am leaving Guatemala and entering to the USA, this will outline my future travel plans.
I will fly from Guatemala City to Detroit, Michigan today, then an onward flight to Indianapolis, Indiana. By 2:30 PM Monday, I will be talking with my parents.
There is no adventure in flying around the world because it is almost impossible to not arrive at your destination. I can guarantee anyone can do this trip. An adventure is when you can get killed along the way, flying on planes is not an adventure, it is travel torture.
Soon I will talk with Andrew, Boy Genius from India in Thailand, and then talk with Bah (La Belle Africaine) in Kumasi, Ghana.
Buying plane tickets, arranging times, dates, and Visas is a hassle, but nobody should ever look up to someone, or admire people who buy plane tickets. Then why don't people travel the world? It is priorities, I would rather see the planet than own a TV or Car, or House.
I believe I started this journey 14 years ago, just because I wanted a life less normal.
Why Detroit Andy? Is it because it's the only direct flight back to US or do you have a personal reason and will visit somewhere near Detroit?
Reason I ask anyone this question is it is one of the worst cities in the US today. A pit is putting it mildly. Not exactly a tourist mecca.
I know of what I speak I was brought up there and have happily avoided it ever since I departed.
Michigan does have very nice areas and even Detroit has a couple but not enough I would waste my money on it.
Enjoy your long journey and I agree plane trips are boring, in the states I prefer to drive and take a lot of back roads and time than fly.
Amazon must have been very good to you... That had to have cost quite a bag of shells for that itinerary...Even budget airlines...
But I am glad you'll get back before I leave Pana... I'd like to buy you a cup of coffee because if it wasn't for your video of your interview with Chris S I would have never known about Pana and I wouldn't be going there for a month to check it out for permanent residency. :)