Where I’ve Been

I may have only started blogging recently, but my love affair with travel is certainly nothing new!  Here is a rundown of the places I’ve been.  If I have written about a place, there will be a link to the post under the country name.  I’ll be updating this page in the future with new links to relevant blog posts from wherever the wind takes me…

If you have a question or remark about anything on the list, let me know in the comments!


  1. Austria
  2. Belgium: Sightseeing in Brussels    ♦    Brussels Half Marathon    ♦    Learning about WWII Heroes in Bastogne 
  3. Bosnia & Herzegovina
  4. Bulgaria
  5. Canada
  6. Croatia
  7. Czech Republic
  8. Egypt
  9. England: Queuing for Wimbledon Tickets in London
  10. Ethiopia
  11. France: Exploring the Champagne Region of France
  12. Germany: The Medieval Town of Kastellaun
  13. Greece
  14. Ireland
  15. Italy
  16. Kenya
  17. Luxembourg: Road Trip through Echternach, Luxembourg City, and Vianden
  18. Montenegro
  19. Morocco
  20. The Netherlands: Canal Boating in Amsterdam   ♦   Carnival in the Netherlands   ♦   The Dutch National Sport: Netherlands v. Italy and My First Eredivisie Match   ♦   The Biggest Book Market in Europe   ♦   The Dutch Tradition of Queen’s Day   ♦   Queen’s Day and the Abdication of Queen Beatrix   ♦  Meeting the King and Queen of the Netherlands   ♦   Things To Do in The Hague   ♦   Speed Skating in Heerenveen   ♦   Dutch Tulips   ♦   Dutch New Year’s Eve Traditions   ♦   The Dutch Love Affair With Herring   ♦   The Snow-Covered Netherlands   ♦   Summer Fun in the Netherlands and A Life Without Air Conditioning   ♦   Visiting Texel Island   ♦   Apartment Hunting in the Netherlands and Settling in to Haarlem
  21. Northern Ireland
  22. Scotland
  23. Spain: Cheering on FC Barcelona at Camp Nou
  24. Tanzania: A Funny Photo from Karatu
  25. Turkey
  26. United States of America (USA): States I’ve Visited So Far- Alaska, Arkansas, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia, West Virginia, Washington, D.C.
  27. Vatican City

7 thoughts on “Where I’ve Been

    • Haha, yes, I have also heard Neede described in that manner. Neede is my boyfriend’s hometown, so that is why I have been there so often. I even have a funny story about Neede: The first time I came to the Netherlands, when I went through immigration the border agents at the airport asked me where I was staying, and when I told them Neede they said, “Neede? Where is that? Are you sure that is in the Netherlands?” I assured them it was, and they eventually let me through, although I think they were still perplexed as to why I, as an American tourist, would be going there. That was the first time I realized how small Neede really is!

  1. Hi! I saw your blog linked on #The Curious Rambler (Margo Lestz) and see that I must be your opposite number- I came from living abroad and am now in VA (Alexandria). Loved your Tulip field post!
    Have been to most of the cities on your list (Istanbul is amazing, don’t you think?), and would recommend one more if you ever get the chance. I enjoyed my visits to Bratislava- the history, the castle, hunting lodge dinners and the Danube. Nighttime on the main platz they often have a laser light show using the City Hall building walls- very fun.

    Looking forward to reading more of your travels!

    • Thank you for the suggestion! Bratislava is definitely somewhere I need to add to my list–it sounds right up my alley based on your description! I’ve really enjoyed reading your blog too. Right now living in the Netherlands I have mostly been traveling around Western Europe, but I would love to travel more in Eastern Europe and Central Asia one day.

      • So many places, so little time… whenyou start adding Eastern Europe and Central Asia, Tbilisi Georgia will intrigue you as well. Someday we’ll cross paths out there!

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