We’re on the last few days of our #momdaughtertravelingadventure and we are spending them in New York City. A crazy and quite wonderful change from the jungle, monkeys and beaches we’ve gotten used to lately.
We’re closing in on 5 months on the road now and a planned 2 months to go. As I’m writing this I can sense some mixed feelings. It feels a little unreal that we will be back in our apartment in Stockholm by the end of April. I know for sure that it’s not the same us that will walk back through that door we stepped out from in September.
Sitting under a pink flowery bed cover in Antigua, Guatemala on new years eve, writing this. Isa on the bed next to mine in our small room at the Spanish school we are currently staying at before it’s time to head south, to Costa Rica.
I want to say something about plans and wishes for a new year.
Tickets booked, apartment partly emptied and around a month left to take off. A seven months long adventure where my ten year old daughter Isa and I will be exploring Central and South America as well as other ways of living, relating, learning and being.