Would you stop everything you're doing right now and travel the world instead? That's what this couple did, but it didn't quite go as expected...
Former advertising professionals Chanel Cartell and Stevo Dirnberger had set up a blog, as well as an Instagram account called How Far From Home, where they posted pictures of themselves holding signs of how far they were from home their home in South Africa.
In the photos, they appear to be having the time of their lives.
24 920km // Epidaurus // Greece Every year the #AthensEpidaurusFestival takes over Southern Greece with visual and audio spectaculars. We were lucky enough to watch the 2440 year old play 'Ekklisiazouses' at the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, built to hold 2000 people. We're still in awe of the natural stone acoustics that will have you follow the story (even if you don't understand a word of Greek). Thanks again @LiveBioEveryday for inviting us to enjoy this unforgettable experience! Follow our story >> link to blog in profile. #HFFH_travels
But how they got there isn't quite as glamourous.
"I feel it necessary we share the uglier side of our trip," wrote Cartell in a recent blog post. "I think we’ve tallied 135 toilets scrubbed, 250 kilos of cow dung spread, 2 tons of rocks shovelled, 60 metres of pathway laid, 57 beds made, and I cannot even remember how many wine glasses we’ve polished."
Watch the video above to find out exactly how they've travelled around the world.
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