My next big adventure is to climb Machu Pichu in Peru in October this year for Black Dog Institute, raising awarness for depression and bipolar. After the big trek, the journey continues from South to North America. Here is just a glimpse at my flights:
This is only after my flight, let alone the flights fro Australia to Peru and return. I think I’ll do about 18-20 flights in a space of 6 weeks. Sorry about my global footprint!
I sadly won’t get to see all of these places but I will be spending time in Bolivia – visiting Lake Titikaka and The Salt Flats as well as the city of La Paz.
My Gal Pal Emily will join me in Mexico as I am finally reunited with my favourite beach spot in the world, Tulum and the pyramids by the sea. We will then head on to one of my favourite cities in the world Mexico City, or Mexico D.F. I can’t wait to see friends and party on down over there. FIESTA!!!
We’ll set off then for a few weeks in the US of A. Touching down first in New Orleans which I’m super interested to see and then off to Austin, Texas which I hear is a really fun city.
Emily then leaves me 😦 and I go off to Chicago to meet with my famous cuzzie, Bill “Magic 500” Hunter for some family fun times and MAGIC! I’ll also get to see some business colleagues here and hopefully see a bit more of Chicago which I was too tired after 6 months of travelling to see last time!
So that’s the epic journey, stay tuned for updates along the way.
Any advice on must see’s in one of the many places I’m off to?
In October 2012, I will climb Machu Pichu for depression and anxiety awareness. The Peru Challenge 2012 will run from October 20-31 and raise much needed funds for Black Dog Institute for the research and awareness of mood disorders. This is a cause close to my heart and I’m doing it honour of my Grandma who lived with depression most her life and also the many friends and other family members who live with this mood disorder. Please donate to my page and learn more about my adventure: http://peruchallenge2012.gofundraise.com.au/page/Lovelly