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A COUPLE TAKING A POST-GRAD GAP YEAR
A COUPLE TAKING A POST-GRAD GAP YEAR

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We can't wait to hit the road this weekend! Over the next 10-weeks we will be driving across the U.S. stopping in 20+ cities along the way!

Checkout where we plan to stop:
http://twosidedtravels.com/cross-country-road-trip/
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Curious how much our 5-Week trip to Southeast Asia cost us? Checkout our most recent post to see how much we spent on our trip to Thailand/Vietnam and what expenses cost the most:

http://twosidedtravels.com/southeast-asia-trip-cost/
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Checkout our first YouTube video! It features our time in Ao Nang, Thailand, during our Southeast Asia Trip!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=58rgW00KvzI
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So far the highlight of our trip to Southeast Asia was spending a day at Elephant Jungle Paradise Park near Chiang Mai, Thailand.

While there we were able to interact with six elephants! We fed them, bathed them, and even helped to make them some medicine!
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During our trip to Chiang Mai we went a day exploring the jungles of Northern Thailand on a zipline adventure tour. All in all we rode 18 ziplines, including one that was 800m long!
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To start our Southeast Asia adventure we spent three days in Bangkok, Thailand. After getting rid of our jet-lag we explored the city, mainly shopping at the Chutuchak Weekend Market and relaxing at Queen Sirikit Park.
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Two weeks ago we left the United States for our adventure to Southeast Asia. While the journey here wasn't quick and easy, we've had a blast exploring Thailand since then!
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We're excited to continue our "Gap Year Experience" guest post series on our blog. This week Kellie Mogg talks about her 18-month gap year experience traveling the U.S. while working on a food truck at 12 music festivals before taking a trip to Thailand for a few months!
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Rather than celebrate at home in West Chester like the last seven New Years, this year we celebrated New Years in New York City! Checkout this blog post to see how we ended 2015 and how we brought in 2016.
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Rather than staying in the United States for our entire Gap Year, we have decided to travel to Southeast Asia for over a month! Checkout our most recent blog post to see when we leave and where we plan on going!
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