A British blogger and his terminally ill girlfriend try to visit as many countries as possible while she gets breast cancer.
German national Sabrina Wulf  met her British friend Kash Bhattacharya in a café in 2017 and immediately fell in love with him.
Sabrina was diagnosed with cancer at 23 and her right breast was removed and her left was corroded, where a mass was removed without cutting in, followed by chemotherapy and radiation therapy.
Two years ago, Sabrina quit her job as a nurse so that she could join Kash for a trip around the world, but her cancer had returned and this time she would not survive – but it is not known how long she left.
Kash Bhattacharya and Sabrina Wulf, shown together at the Vogelball festival in Hamburg, travel the world together while fighting at the end of breast cancer.
Sabrina said: & # 39; I didn't know how to tell Kash that I was dying. I was afraid he would leave me. & # 39;
However, she convinced doctors to let her fly for a month and to take her medication on the trip.
When the couple arrived in Thailand, the first stop on their trip around the world, Sabrina suffered so much from the side effects of her treatment that she was barely able to move, that she became depressed.
Sabrina said: & # 39; It was not easy for Kash, he imagined the time differently for me, more free.
& # 39; I told him, if you want to go, go now. I can't handle this later. & # 39;
Sabrina, pictured with Kash at Lake Schwielowsee in Brandenburg, Germany, was diagnosed with cancer at 23 and her right breast removed
Two years ago, Sabrina quit her job as a nurse so that she could join Kash on a trip around the world, but discovered that her cancer had returned. It is depicted on the Millennium Bridge in London
However, Kash wanted to stay with Sabrina and took her back to Berlin to undergo alternative treatments.
After working for a while to pay for her health insurance, Sabrina finally decided to quit her nursing job.
She said: & # 39; I don't want to waste time on night shifts and tired days. & # 39;
In the footsteps of her caring friend, Sabrina now describes her travels with Kash as a vlogger.
She said: & # 39; I want to experience quality time and leave something valuable to others. Open new worlds for people through my travel videos & thoughts. & # 39;
The couple have since traveled to Malaysia, Latvia, Canada and the UK – despite the fact that they do not know how long Sabrina is to live.
Sabrina, pictured in the German resort of Garmisch-Partenkirchen, said she is not organizing & my life around my illness, but the other way around & # 39; and flies to Berlin for regular treatment
Kash and Sabrina, pictured together in Aarhus, Denmark, have traveled to Malaysia, Latvia, Canada and the UK since they found out that Sabrina & # 39; s cancer had returned
She also still manages to fly back to Berlin regularly to undergo treatment for her cancer.
Sabrina said: & # 39; I don't organize my life around my illness, but the other way around.
& # 39; Some doctors thought that was funny. I had to go on, negotiate what happens and what I don't want to happen.
& # 39; I can only encourage other patients to do the same. Everyone thinks they have the time, but nobody really knows. & # 39;
In 2016, Kash won the National Geographic Travel Blogger of the Year award. He documents his experiences on social media and his website budgettraveller.org.
Sabrina now vlogs her travels around the world with Kash, shown together in Seville, Spain, and explained that she wanted to leave something valuable to others & # 39;
Kash said he is more than happy to spend his time traveling around the world with his brave girlfriend and he regularly shows his love for her in posts on social media.
He wrote: & # 39; Nobody makes me excited, makes me happier and challenges me more than she does. It's a cliché, but every day with her is really an adventure.
& # 39; We have a life full of many challenges, I won't cover it up, even though it's Instagram and I've had a few glasses of wine, sometimes we drive each other crazy and we really hate each other.
& # 39; And that's cool. That's life. It doesn't matter – I have so many happy memories.
& # 39; More than the memories, the greatest feeling of being loved is understood and accepted for you who you are – with all your mistakes and good things. Sabrina offers me all that and more. & # 39;
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