“Not all those who wander are lost.” – JRR Tolkien

This quote reminds me of my best friend. And, of course, wanderlust – the strong, innate desire to wander or roam around. I’m full of it, which is why I find myself spending all of my money on plane tickets, hotels, walking tours, etc. It’s fun. It’s exciting. It’s what drives me. The world really is our oyster, and there are so many amazing places to go.

I recently stumbled upon Wolpy.com, which tracks your travels on a map. It’s amazing. It makes you realize how big the world is and how little you’ve (or I’ve) seen. I cannot wait to add new red dots to my map (in December!).

Here are some snapshots of my favorite (non-Continental U.S.) places in the world…

Kruger Park, South Africa

Paris, France (my home for a summer!)

Cannes, France

Amsterdam, Holland

Florianopolis, Brazil

Sydney, Australia

Buenos Aires, Argentina

Puerto Iguazu, Argentina/Brazil border

Alyeska, Alaska

Manila, Philippines

London, England

Crieff, Scotland


Hosier Lane, Melbourne, Australia

San Juan, Puerto Rico


    • Umm, NYC is pretty darn cross-cultural. But after that, you and James can go adventure elsewhere. And I’ll plan my trip to Israel with your help!!!

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