Matt and Nikki Javit are currently traveling the world full time with just a single backpack each after leaving the US in February 2017. They have been to places like Machu Picchu, the Galapagos Islands, and The Taj Mahal, and amazing cities like Hong Kong, Venice, Cape Town. During their travels, they find creative ways to keep down their costs, get involved in the communities, and network with locals while having a great time.
Before they left to travel full time, they loved their careers in Indianapolis Indiana where Nikki was a clinical pharmacist, and Matt was a Technology Services Sales Professional. They enjoyed hanging out with friends, spending quality time with family, and volunteering in the community but they loved to travel. So after dreaming about it for a while, they decided to take the leap of faith. This episode revisits how they began the journey, the history before it took off, and why they love to travel so much.
Main Topics Covered:
Basic Backgrounds of Who we are
Why We Love Travel
Why We Did It
How We Do It
Recap of the Journey so Far
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