Couple travels for a year without missing work

Couple travels for around the world for a year without missing work
January 13, 2008 9:35:05 AM PST
Grace Cheng and Pedro Pla show how you can travel around the world without missing a single day of work.

(Press Release:)

Twentysomethings Grace Cheng and Pedro Pla make their first stop in the U.S. on their world tour in CHICAGO, January 14, 2008

SINGAPORE, January 7, 2008 --A young married couple from Singapore and the US -- she's a currency trader, he's an IT guy -- plan on not missing a day of work as they travel around the world. www.worldiki.com, created by the couple, is the first online reality travel/work show to chronicle the round-the-world adventures of two geeks who keep their careers thriving while going anywhere they want.

The adventurous couple, Grace, 27, from Singapore, and Pedro 26, from the U.S. and Spain, have embarked on this peripatetic journey to show vividly in high-definition film that you can travel the globe without sacrificing your career one bit. Having already traveled through much of Asia including Macau, Hong Kong, Borneo and Chiang Mai (Thailand), the couple will travel around the world nonstop for 1 year starting in Chicago, January 14th. Their itinerary includes stops in New York, Miami, Mexico City, Cuernavaca, Mexico, Santiago, Chile, Easter Island, Buenos Aires, Quito, Ecuador, Madrid, Rome, Cairo, Amman, Jordan, Bratislava, Slovakia, Krakow, Poland, Livingstone, Zambia, Johannesburg and Port Elizabeth, South Africa.

Grace Cheng makes her living by trading money online (www.GraceCheng.com ) and has also authored a book on forex trading ("7 Winning Strategies For Trading Forex," Harriman House, 2007). Many know her to be this "too-young" girl who crazily takes the road less traveled. After deciding that she did not have enough time for fun stuff, she has taken her trading on the road to travel the world while managing her career.

Pedro Pla is an IT geek who wrote his first basic program on an Apple II when he was seven. Since then he has done everything from running servers, developing real-time applications to managing the IT infrastructure and department of MNC. With internet available almost anywhere now, he is managing his career on the road. While on the road, they manage their blog: www.worldiki.com so we can see what they are up to.

For more information, go to www.worldiki.com.

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