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Where I’ve Been

Travel is not about how many countries you’ve been to or how many stamps you have in your passport. But I will admit that I find a little bit of list ticking to be entertaining.

By request, here is a list of countries I’ve been to roughly in order, with year(s) visited:

  1. USA – lived there for the first 31 years of my life, 1980-2011, 2012, 2015
  2. Canada – 1993, 2001, 2011
  3. England – 1994, 2010, 2015
  4. France – 1994, 1995, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2017
  5. Monaco – 1994
  6. Switzerland – 1994, 1996, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014
  7. Italy – 1995, 1996, 1999, 2012, 2013, 2014
  8. Vatican – 1995, 1999, 2013
  9. Spain – 1995, 2000, 2011, 2012, 2014/2015, 2017
  10. Germany – 1996, 2010, then moved there 2011
  11. Austria – 1996, 2011
  12. Portugal – 2000, 2012
  13. Gibraltar * – 2000
  14. Morocco – 2000, 2014
  15. Mexico – 2003
  16. Greece – 2008
  17. Chile – 2009, 2012
  18. Antarctica * – 2009
  19. Argentina – 2009
  20. Malta – 2009
  21. Croatia – 2009
  22. Hong Kong * – 2010
  23. Macau * – 2010
  24. Malaysia – 2010, 2011, 2014
  25. Singapore – 2010, 2011, 2014
  26. Australia – 2010, 2011
  27. Ecuador – 2010
  28. Czech Republic – 2010
  29. Liechtenstein – 2011
  30. Indonesia – 2011
  31. Brunei – 2011
  32. Cambodia – 2011, 2014
  33. Laos – 2011
  34. Vietnam – 2011
  35. New Zealand – 2011/2012
  36. French Polynesia * – 2012
  37. Turkey – 2012
  38. Belgium – 2012, 2013
  39. Andorra – 2012
  40. Luxembourg – 2013
  41. Netherlands – 2013, 2015
  42. San Marino – 2013
  43. Poland – 2013, 2015, 2016, 2017
  44. Thailand – 2014
  45. Hungary – 2014
  46. Denmark – 2015
  47. Belize – 2016
  48. Guatemala – 2016
  49. Honduras – 2016
  50. El Salvador – 2016
  51. Cyprus – 2016
  52. Northern Cyprus * – 2016
  53. Kosovo – 2016
  54. Panama – 2017
  55. Costa Rica – 2017
  56. Nicaragua – 2017
  57. Bosnia & Herzegovina – 2017
  58. Montenegro – 2017

* These countries aren’t technically countries, but I count them anyway. For one reason or another they have enough separation from the country they’re actually a part of, so I count them as a separate country. As for Antarctica, it doesn’t belong to anyone and has no permanent residents, so again, it seems separate enough. Also, that means most of these are included on the map with the country they officially belong to, and Antarctica sadly doesn’t show up on the map at all.

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