We are Natasha & Cameron. Welcome to our adventure around the world!

 

Natasha

Natasha in Hong Kong
I hope you see things that startle you. I hope you feel things you never felt before. I hope you meet people with a different point of view. I hope you live a life you’re proud of. If you find that you’re not, I hope you have the strength to start all over again.Benjamin Button

HiI’m Natasha, and yes I did just quote The Curious Case of Benjamin Button. The blonde above? That’s me, eating takeaway sushi on the benches of Frogner park in Oslo. Because if there’s three things I love it’s sushi, movies, and travel. Now that we are a little better acquainted let me tell you where this whole travel thing started. I grew up in the center of the mitten state. If you don’t know what I am talking about just take your left hand and put it in front of your face. That is Michigan. As a child I went on many family vacations, but never truly left the country. The wanderlust started when I studied abroad in Australia. I didn’t know that this experience would change my life. Upon return, I vowed that after college I would take a backpacking trip around the world to celebrate.

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So I bought a one way ticket out of the U.S. after graduation. I didn’t have any plans, any companions, and no end date. I may or may not have picked up a boy (see down) along the way.

After traveling around the world I thought the traveling was out of my system and that it was time to get a “real” job. So, as a long time Sex & The City enthusiast my immediate plan was to move to New York with Cameron, get a job, and live a comfortable stable life. After a quick stint to the NYC, I realized that the wanderlust disease could not be cured. So as the story goes I quit my job, sold my belongings, and left for an indefinite life of travel.

Why?

Well why not? I believe in a happy and fulfilling life, and hope that I can inspire you to live to the fullest too. I’m just another one of those normal people that left it all to travel, because it is my dream to see the world. I want The World Pursuit to be your resource to get out there and live the life you want.

I know that was a long introduction, and I’m sorry, so here is a video of the worlds cutest puppy.

Cameron

Cameron hiking near Trat, Thailand

Hey What’s up? I’m Cameron, and I make up one half of this blog. This whole this whole thing was set into plan two years ago on a zero degree (Fahrenheit) day in gritty New York City. Natasha and I love to travel, and we don’t like hour-long commutes, working for someone else, bad weather, and most importantly sitting still. So, we launched this blog in October 2015 and began traveling the world full time.

I’m in it for the photos, food, beaches, and awesome hikes. We’ve also got a “healthy” addiction to adventure sports. So, don’t be surprised when you see us doing some crazy activity in the middle of no where, like jumping off the tallest bungee bridge you can find in the world. If you want more info on us and our travels then make sure to check out our FAQ page!

There is an ecstasy that marks the summit of life, and beyond which life cannot rise. And such is the paradox of living, this ecstasy comes when one is most alive, and it comes as a complete forgetfulness that one is alive. Jack London, Call of The Wild

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