La Vuelta al Mundo Sin Prisas

the four stages

The four stages of the journey

First stage:

The trip began on March 15, 2014 in Zaragoza (Spain). He toured Southern Europe, Turkey and Iran, Central Asia, China and Southeast Asia.
It was scheduled to end in New Zealand via Australia, but was extended across the Pacific Ocean by sailing between Melanesia, Polynesia and Micronesia to end in Taiwan, Japan and South Korea after being moored for several months in the Philippines, in Cebu.
This last part was what I call an extra ball on the trip, as it was not planned and made the initial two and a half years turn into almost four years of travel to complete the first part.
In the map below, you can see the route and the different means of transport I used to cross this part of the world. Thanks to all those people I met along the way who helped me in one way or another to get to my destination.

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Second stage:

Without anticipating it, the second part of the trip began again in Spain, but this time in Madrid, where he had arrived from Seoul (South Korea) on January 23, 2018 by plane. I stopped in Madrid for about five hours and from there I took off again towards America to start Discovering America by Chile, gaining a few hours from the clock. The second part of the journey was beginning.
The plans are to travel the continent from the south to the north, passing through the center and seeking to end up in the Caribbean. I will try to find a sailboat to, as a volunteer, meet and cross it. The time it will take me to make it is planned in 3 years, but I will let the journey flow unhurriedly and I will welcome the improvisation.
In the map below you can see how the journey through this part of the world is progressing and how I am doing. Once again I would like to thank all those people who are helping me and will help me in the future to make my dream come true.

La Vuelta al Mundo Sin Prisas

Third and Fourth stages:

I add them because the trip is planned to be fully covered in four stages. Although I’m still starting the second half in America and I’m planning to stay in Chile for a long time, it’s hard to say that it will happen.
Even so, my plans are to enter Europe through Iceland or Ireland, the budget and the opportunities that will be decided, to visit the northern, central and eastern part of Europe. Russia and North Asia. India and surrounding countries: Bangladesh, Nepal, Sri Lanka and it depends on how things are then, Afghanistan and Pakistan. With this I will complete the third stage.
The project to make the fourth and final stage of this trip is to cross the Arabian peninsula to enter Africa through Egypt. Getting to know most of the African countries from north to south, central and back to the north to cross from Morocco to Spain.
But I’ll let the journey flow and be the one to take me.

La Vuelta al Mundo Sin Prisas

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