Where I’ve been

These are some of the places (certain ones being more memorable than others) I have visited in the last few years.

Canada: Barrie, Kingston, London, Montreal, Mont-Tremblant, Ottawa/Gatineau*, Quebec City, Sandbanks (beach), Toronto*/GTA, Windsor & various locations.

Cuba: Cayo Coco, Havana, Morón & various locations.

Finland: Helsinki.

France: Paris.

Germany: Berlin, Frankfurt, Hamburg, Heidelberg.

Italy: Mount Vesuvius, Naples, Pompeii, Rome.

Morocco: Tangier.

Netherlands: Amsterdam, Groningen, The Hague.

Portugal: Cabo da Roca, Lisbon, Porto, Sintra.

Saudi Arabia: Jeddah, Mecca, Medina & various locations.

Spain: Algeciras, Balearic Islands (all over Mallorca), Barcelona, Cadiz (x2), Córdoba, Donostia-San Sebastian, Granada (x2), Madrid* (+1), Malaga, Salamanca, Segovia, Seville (x2), Valencia & various locations from Andalusia to the Community of Madrid.

Sweden: Stockholm.

Turkey: Istanbul.

UAE: Dubai, Rub’ al Khali (desert).

UK: Gibraltar, London.

US: Baltimore, Boston, Burbank, Chicago, Dana Point, Detroit, Los Angeles* area (including Hollywood), New York, OC, Orlando, Philadelphia, San Diego, Santa Barbara, Santa Monica, Washington D.C., & various locations.

Vatican: Vatican City.

* – Cities I’ve lived in.

10 thoughts on “Where I’ve been

  1. Hey! Just stumbled across your blog. You’ve seen a lot of cool places – and a heck of a lot of Spain! I’m a big lover of Spain myself so I’ll be looking forward to reading your posts on it! 🙂

  2. With your Spanish you should head to South America. I used to live in Quito and it truly was the best days of my life (so far).

    • That’s awesome – how long were you there for?

      South America is definitely in the plans. When I’ll go, I’m not sure, but I have a burning desire to explore it. Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Peru especially.

      • Just over a year (teaching piano), but I got the chance to do loads of travelling. Just the most beautiful place!

    • Good question. I work, save, then spend. I’ve learned how to budget for travel through actually seeing how much I really need, cutting costs on things I don’t value as much. I’ll dedicate a post to it soon.

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