A Romanian woman traveled with her puppy to the end of the world!

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When it comes to travel, many of you probably choose to travel alone, with friends, family, loved ones, but how many choose to travel with your pet?

Roxana Cârceag, a young woman from Brasov who is passionate about traveling, took the big step in the adventure of her life, exploring the world with her most loyal companion, the puppy Joy. From Romania to the end of the world, in Ushuaia, they traveled together over 30.000 km, changing dozens of planes, buses, tuk-tuks and taxis.

With a heart full of courage and eyes full of dreams, she and her non-speaking friend embarked on a journey that took them through spectacular landscapes and unique experiences. Roxana and Joy have become an inspirational example for unconventional travel, he writes adevul.ro.

The challenges of traveling with your pet

Their journey was by no means without obstacles, on the contrary. Roxana ran into numerous barriers, from refusals for accommodation and transport to additional prices and restrictions in various places. The problems start with the transport, especially when it comes to the plane.

"If it's simple for people – to enter a country you need a passport, proof of outbound flights and sometimes accommodation, for traveling with your dog things get complicated. His master must know what it takes for the dog to enter that country, what it takes to get out of that country, and what it takes to get into the next country. And you can't find this information on the Internet. Not only is it extremely difficult to get the documents for the dog, but even after you have them all you can't be sure that you actually have everything", she confessed, disappointed, in an article published on her blog, haihuicuswitrocs.com. 

During the trip that stretched over 30.000 kilometers, which included more than 70 places to stay, the woman from Brasov says that Latin America raised her biggest problems, including financial ones.

“I knew before I left that it would be difficult, but when I arrived in Latin America I hit the hardest barriers of any trip so far, just because I have a puppy with me. In Latin America the costs were at least 50 euros-100 euros (250 lei-500 lei) for documents in each country, some accommodations charge a substantial additional fee for the dog, the same for taxis", continued Roxana

A dream turned reality

Roxana and Joy's journey is an outstanding example of courage, determination and dedication. Since 2009, Roxana has been traveling constantly, organizing every trip abroad herself to discover the world as it is.

Her passion for traveling has also become a source of inspiration and information for friends and acquaintances, whom she helps with well-crafted plans for the most beautiful and affordable trips in Europe, Asia and Africa. From dream to reality, this daring adventure proves that there are no limits when you follow your passion and listen to your heart.

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image Roxana and Joy in Peru

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