We come from Poland but we feel that our home is everywhere our VW Bus, Venera, is. Right now, we are not full-time Buslifers. Not yet. We feel more like overlanders, after every trip, no matter if it was a week or year long, we keep coming back to Poland.
During the last, 10 months-long journey, we sailed in the Great Lakes of Canada, traversed the lonely roads of the Yukon, admired the majesty of Denali in Alaska, watched magical sunsets at the California deserts, stayed at a geyser in orange Utah, ate freshly baked Navajo bread in Monument Valley, fed goats on a farm in Mexico and admired the wandering monarch butterflies. We climbed the Mayan pyramids in Guatemala and sneaked a peek at the Mennonites in Belize. Also, we drove through the Cordilleras, we walked among the American and Canadian Rocky Mountains trails, in Kluane parks on the Yukon, Kenai, and Denali parks in Alaska.
Now, we are in Poland preparing the bus for our next trip to the Middle East and more or less through the Silk Road to Vladivostok, Russia. Time will tell where we will go next.