Forks and Jets

The true story of a couple or amateur foodie travelogues going around the world

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At first, a year seems like a long time to travel. I can see the whole world, you think. We got out a calendar and started figuring out where we’ll be, week by week, and we started losing some countries. New Zealand and Africa will have to wait, lazing about the Cook Islands will be planned in the next go-around. 28 countries in one year is only about two weeks a country. It’s kind of like having 28 two-week vacations, only we will be building our immersion into other cultures with each new country instead of going back home to work. I smell homesick coming on.

Our final itinerary is below, in order. We’re using a Round-The-World ticket from OneWorld to get us there.

Countries

  • England
  • Scotland
  • Wales
  • Ireland — Fail!
  • India
  • Thailand
  • Laos
  • Vietnam
  • Cambodia
  • Malaysia
  • Indonesia
  • Hong Kong
  • China
  • Taiwan — Fail!
  • Japan

Comments

  1. chuck weiss says:
    April 19, 2009

    I can’t wait to hear about your adventures in Peru!

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  2. Michele says:
    June 17, 2009

    Hi, you guys have a great site. Looking forward to new posts every day. Keep it coming.

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  3. Ian says:
    December 1, 2009

    Hey! Enjoyed hanging with you guys in Yungshuo! Im in Vietnam now… Got a culinary tip for you!
    Try the ‘Cha ca’ in Hanoi. Just had it then! it’s bloody awesome! You get a large skillet of grilled trout, a plate of veg and some rice paper and then you just put them all together!
    I had it a the ‘Gecko cafe,’ Which is just outside the old quarter. Anyway, thanks for the Gan’s Noodle tip in Yungshuo! They were delicious!

    Safe Travel eating!!

    Ian

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  4. Ian says:
    January 24, 2010

    So, did you try the fried pancake things with the peanut sauce in Hue?? Loved those! Plus the trout in Hanoi was bomb!! Hope you got some of that into you!!

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  5. Melanie@TravelsWithTwo says:
    May 6, 2010

    Looking forward to some Croatia post action…you know, after you’ve gotten home, put your stuff down and taken a looooong nap!

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  6. Lilia Cornelio says:
    June 6, 2010

    Hi! I wonder where all your other entries are??? Keep them coming please 😀 I really enjoy reading about your adventures.

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  7. nurul idayu says:
    May 14, 2013

    peace be upon you Eva and Jeremy :)
    i cant wait to know your experience in Malaysia because im from Malaysia..good luck guys!

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  8. Walter says:
    August 23, 2015

    Lesley Downie – Hi Cath and Richard,I have just read your post. I am truly humbled by your comnmets. Thankyou so much. We all have people in our photographic industry that we respect, admire and are inspired by. If all of us can inspire others, then we ourselves are enriched.Love you both.Lesley

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