My boyf and I are planningto go to Kibbutz in March 2005 for 3 months. We will then be going to Cairo onto Uganda, from there we will go overland to Capetown. From SA we know we will be going to Nepal, India, Hong Kong, down South east Asia, Indonesia to Australia, to end up working in Newzeland for a while. I am pretty clear about the first phase of our trip but, get stuck at planning the order of things from when we leave SA. We want to balance out working to pay our way, with trekking.
The ideal is to avoid negative impact on the environment as we go so we will be travelling overland as much as possible and with low budget we will definately be working on farms etc...
Most RTW travel implies 1 year maximum. As we are on Kibbutz for 3 months and wish to work in Newzeland for over 6 months, this leaves us with a a journey way over the year. What is the best way forward to buy a ticket for over a year travel with as much flexibility as possible. Is it best/cheapest to buy tickets as and when?
How much of the journey would you recommend we have in place before going away?