We all have travel goals but how many of us actually set out and hit the road? And while we're still at home making plans that never take off, one couple has been travelling around the world for the past six months, exploring different cultures, people, places, and food. Accompanying the couple is their GoPro, that they call their most important travel accessory, making their trip memorable.
In the last six months, Cameron Seagle and Natasha Alden, the couple from US, have travelled to Africa, Balkans, Cyprus, Eastern Europe, Italy, Mediterranean, Morocco, Poland, Serbia, and Turkey capturing the beauty of every place they visited, with their action camera GoPro.
Here are 25 of the best pictures from their travel diary, taken with a GoPro, and the travel account in their own words.
We missed a show by at least a millennia in Hierapolis.
We baked bread with the Berbers in Morocco.
We paid our respects to Saint Sava in Belgrade.
Even the rain wouldn’t stop us from having fun.
Took a bath in the thermal pools of Pamukkale.
Found our quiet spot in the madness of Marrakesh.
We wandered through a sea of blue in Chefchaouen, Morocco.
We made a cash withdrawal at the National Bank of Serbia.
We climbed the dunes of the Sahara and made some friends.
Friends that we later caught a ride with.
We dined with the fisherman in Essaouira, Morocco.
Drank lots, and lots, of mint tea.
We caught a view along the famous Cinque Terre trail.
We got lost in some beautiful alleys.
We found God at the home of St. Francis of Assisi, the patron saint of Italy.
We kept it classy in Bodrum, Turkey.
Explored some of the earliest churches in the world.
We scaled the Tatra Mountains.
We walked through the valleys of Cappadocia.
When tickets to the ballet are $4 we go not once, but four times.
We climbed a mountain to find a remote monastery in Subiaco, Italy.
We had a blast at a waterpark in the Mediterranean.
We straddled two continents at once, as we cruised down the Bosphorus.
We got a history lesson at the Library of Celsus.
Got a tan on the beaches of Cyprus.
You can be a part of their journey through their Facebook page and website.