Where I’ve Been

I’ve often thought to myself, where in the world have I been? It does get a bit confusing trying to remember all of those weird and wonderful places, therefore this page will be a bit like my travelogue.

Country count: 90

  1. Albania
  2. Algeria
  3. Andorra
  4. Armenia
  5. Australia
  6. Austria
  7. Azerbaijan
  8. Belarus
  9. Belgium
  10. Bolivia
  11. Bosnia and Herzegovina
  12. Bulgaria
  13. Cambodia
  14. Canada
  15. Cape Verde
  16. Chad
  17. Croatia
  18. Cuba
  19. Czech Republic
  20. Denmark
  21. Egypt
  22. Eritrea
  23. Estonia
  24. Faroe Islands (officially part of Denmark)
  25. Fiji
  26. Finland
  27. France
  28. Georgia
  29. Germany
  30. Greece
  31. Greenland (officially part of Denmark)
  32. Hong Kong (officially Special Administrative Region of the People’s Republic of China)
  33. Hungary
  34. Iceland
  35. Indonesia
  36. Iran
  37. Iraq
  38. Ireland
  39. Israel
  40. Italy
  41. Japan
  42. Jordan
  43. Kazakhstan
  44. Laos
  45. Latvia
  46. Lebanon
  47. Liechtenstein
  48. Lithuania
  49. Luxembourg
  50. Macedonia, Former Yugoslav Republic of (FYROM)
  51. Malaysia
  52. Malta
  53. Mauritania
  54. Moldova (Including Transistria – not recognised)
  55. Monaco
  56. Morocco
  57. The Netherlands
  58. New Zealand
  59. Norway (Including Svalbard, Arctic)
  60. Oman
  61. Palestinian State
  62. Peru
  63. Poland
  64. Portugal
  65. Qatar
  66. Romania
  67. Russia
  68. Samoa
  69. San Marino
  70. Serbia
  71. Singapore
  72. Slovakia
  73. Slovenia
  74. Spain
  75. Sri Lanka
  76. Sudan
  77. Sweden
  78. Switzerland
  79. Syria
  80. Taiwan
  81. Thailand
  82. Tonga
  83. Turkey
  84. Turkmenistan
  85. Ukraine
  86. United Arab Emirates
  87. United Kingdom (including England, Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland)
  88. United States of America
  89. Vatican City (Holy See)
  90. Vietnam

2 thoughts on “Where I’ve Been

  1. Oh I can see you’re visiting Albania in march – one of my favorite countries – Don’t stay too long in Tirana, go to Berat and Gjirokaster. Don’t miss Albanian riviera – it’s like paradise! If you want to avoid concrete hotels, don’t go to Durres (which is one of the most popular places for tourists in Albania). Instead, go to Ksamil, Blue Eye Spring, Dhermi and Himare – real authentic towns with white sand beaches and turquoise water 🙂

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