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August 19, 2016

I’ve been on the road for over a week now and it’s been great. Guatemala City – Izabal – Tikal – Antigua – Guate City. Let’s not forget that this is mainly a business trip though, with all of its limitations and annoyances.
But I am enjoying the home office part of it, especially if the views are like this during conference calls:

A little bit it feels like a test for the big trip I am planning. Am I going to get bored? Not likely. Will I need my own room with running water? Yes. A good book? Yes! Am I going to need much else? Not really.

It’s fun to look at this little setup but my ultimate dream is to travel with a small backpack. Carry-on size, just like in the African days. A credit card solves most problems in most places these days and I repeatedly make the experience that laundry service turns out my clothes cleaner than they were at home.

I’ll keep you posted on more advanced plans including home office arrangements 🙂

3 Comments leave one →
  1. Kati permalink
    August 19, 2016 16:49

    Annyira jó, hogy utazol! És hogy tervezel még utazni, és főleg visszautazni Európába! Nagyon várom!! Mi most indulunk a balkánba vityó és roadtrip. Kicsit több lesz a cucc mint egy carry-on, de legalább nem kell sehova sem on carriesni.
    Millió Puszi!!
    A másik Kati

  2. Anonymous permalink
    August 19, 2016 18:25

    Katikám, mi az a cucc, ami a böröndöd melletti polcon van leterítve és úgy néz ki, mintha magyar hímzés lenne, de közben biztos guatemalai?
    Puszi Anyu

    • August 19, 2016 21:39

      Ha! Az egy helyi hímzett nöi blúz. Rengeteg mintát látok, ami magyar is lehetne. Vettem is sok textiliát persze, a két fekete nejlonzacskóban vannak.

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