I haven’t said much about the Virtual African Loop in a while. Even my mom noticed: no invitations to try new foods??Continue reading “Still at it”
When I started this solo challenge, originally it was to end with the loop of Crater Lake.
Later, I decided to trek back north afterwards, to end in the Columbia River Gorge, more closely mirroring my IRL journey of a few years ago.Continue reading “Solo mission NW: Crater Lake”
Rest assured, I don’t mean that I am looking at this project negatively. It may be insane, but so has been life in the times of pandemic.Continue reading “Solo Mission Impossible: a negative view”
It’s only been a few months since my last travel adventure. And, me being me, I have something else in queue.
But the fact that it is in queue, all set barring Covid-19-related travel restrictions, means it isn’t satisfying my wanderlust, and won’t until it’s time to go. Continue reading “Wanderlust”
My first trip to Asia came via a cruise over the Christmas holidays, courtesy of Princess Cruise Line.
Getting there would take 30+ hours, however, with connections through New York and
South Korea Dubai, Continue reading “First post of the year, for first visit to Asia”
Wishing you all a very happy new year. Also, I’ll be posting how some of those new places on the right side of the map got there.
A little while ago I posted some places in Canada I’d like to visit. But that isn’t really the whole picture, of course. It’s not even the whole picture here on this continent.
And because I AM clearly addicted to mapchart.net: Continue reading “Map fixation continues: North America”
These are the places I’ve been so far… Continue reading “My Map: October 2019”
To date I’ve visited 17 places (7.55% of the world)
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Freshly returned wanderlust… where shall I go next? Where do you long to go, or where have you gone and loved? (And why?) Comments welcome!!!
1 New Jersey resident
4 flight segments (2 each way)
1 rental car Continue reading “The trip by the numbers”