Listed below are all the countries/regions I have traveled to and written about on this site. You’ll see each country represented on the map below (which you can click on!), or you can scroll down and click on an image to be taken to a page where every post I’ve ever published about that destination — from travel stories to photo essays — is listed in a nice, neat package.

Happy exploring!


North America



Central America

BelizeCosta Rica






Czech RepublicEngland




ItalyThe Netherlands

Northern IrelandPoland






Hong KongThailand




AustraliaNew Zealand



General destination posts:

5 Cities in Europe You Can Actually Afford to Visit
The Most Romantic Places to Travel (According to Me)
3 Great Destinations for First-Time Solo Female Travelers
On Beaches: My Favorites and My Dream Destinations
3 Affordable Countries in Europe You Probably Haven’t Considered
My 10 Favorite European Capitals
Cemeteries Around the World
7 Things to Know Before You Travel to Southeast Asia


Cuba: The Forbidden Island
Albania is Weird



35 Responses to Destinations

  1. Cool, really great page! My goal is to cover whole map :)
    My Travel Affairs recently posted..Guest Post: Times Gone By – Heritage & Culture in York

  2. Shalu Sharma says:

    Nice page and love the way you have made these banners of individual destinations. I think its very creative. I hope to see India soon on this page.
    Shalu Sharma recently posted..Complete guide to Mysore city

  3. Tim says:

    Love the setup of this page. Is the map a free widget? If so, what’s it called and where can I get it?

  4. Jonny Blair says:

    I agree with all the comments above – this looks really fab – the pictures actually give a real single image snapshot of that country!! While i’m not one to copy, I ‘d love to try something similar on my site at some point. Keep up the good work. Jonny (

  5. PJ says:

    Nice pages. Fun, well written, and beautiful photos. Although we are American/Canadians we now live is Switzerland. Our goal is to see most of Europe in the next few years. I am in the early stages of planning a trip to Romania. My kids are 6 and 8 so I am convincing them we are chasing the legend of Dracula. A theme trip. it should be fun. However, I really want to make it to the Merry Cemetery. If you don’t mind me asking, how did you get to that little town?

    • DangerousBiz says:

      That would be a very fun trip! I really loved Romania, and definitely would suggest it as a destination!

      As for Merry Cemetery, I visited while on a tour of Eastern Europe with Intrepid Travel. We stayed at a guest house in a little town called Vadu Izei, and then took a guided day tour of the Maramures region from there, which included a stop in Sapanta. If you were going to do it on your own, I would suggest renting a car, and then you could have the freedom to go wherever you’d like! Otherwise, there might be some tour companies you could book through, though I don’t know much about that option unfortunately.

  6. Jessica says:

    what a nice way to represent all of your posts into nice, neat little packages! it looks super awesome! would love to do something like this one day, if, of course, you don’t mind! :)
    Jessica recently posted..F is for FALASSARNA: Our Favorite Beach on Crete

  7. Tonya says:

    How did you do that map of where you traveled? Nifty.

  8. Bill Barnes says:

    Great meeting in Thailand! I’ve heard from three people I met at the Elephant Nature Center. That was a lot of fun and the most interesting group. All gathered together to scoop poop, cut corn stalks, lug banana logs, and wash melons. Not a bad life for the Elephants!

    Safe & Fun travels,

    • DangerousBiz says:

      It was great meeting you too, Bill! Stay tuned, because I’ve got lots of photos and video from ENP that I’ll be sharing in another month or so!

  9. Shiraz Mdimu says:

    The page loos so awesome,
    My i advise to you for the extraordinary travel, go beyond your experience to see the real wonders of world creations, I mean AFRICA especial Tanzania where the heart of Africa wilderness IS.

  10. Peter Watson says:

    Love the map (and the site)! Could you tell me what software/plugin you used for the map please? Would love to create something similar on our site.
    Thanks very much :)

  11. Seeking Sara says:

    Hi! I enjoy reading your website and that you give a different perspective of traveling and that it doesn’t have to be long term travel. Your post about the infinity scarves with the secret pocket was a hit! I was able to find them on Etsy, and they were great!

    ~Happy Travels!
    Seeking Sara recently posted..Paella,Gaudi, Flamenco..oh my!

  12. Sarah Chant says:

    Hi Amanda,

    I’m really enjoying reading your blog – so inspiring! I’m based in Auckland and would be more than happy to host you when you come back :D

  13. This is a great list, you have been to some amazing places and were one of the inspiring factors in making my blog and travelling… I am slowly catching up on this list!! :-P
    The Roaming recently posted..Guide and Report to historic DUBLIN, IRELAND!

  14. Art Klep says:

    Great List on a well laid out page! Clean simple design with great info. I notice you have seen little in the Caribbean is coming up and so is northern hemisphere winter. This is the best time to head over my way. If you ever want to see a unique, ex colonial pirate den with some of the best preserved old towns in the region have a look at Curacao. The island is still “under the radar” as far as tourist destinations go and I cater to budget travelers (just search: hostel curacao). There are many direct flights to the US and Europe and the beaches and UNESCO protected architecture are not to be missed.

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