What a year! Just when I thought my travel adventures wouldn’t compare with 2012, My 2013 year was much more traveling than I have ever done in my life. I was in different countries every month – visited new cities and revisited some cities too. What’s interesting is that my 2014 travels are already planned out. I’m very grateful for all the blessings and lucky to be able to travel and see the world.
Check out my 2013 travel recap:
1. January Highlights:
After 6 years I went back the Philippines visited Visayas (one of the three main islands). And visited South Korea as well for the third time.
2. February Highlights:
First time visiting the charming country of Portugal.
3. March Highlights:
Went to the southern part of Spain – Malaga. And went to the Ritter and Mercedes Benz Museum in Stuttgart Germany.
4. April Highlights:
Friends from the states visited and took them to France and Luxembourg. It was also my first time visiting the country of Luxembourg.
5. May Highlights:
Back to the states to visit my family. Afterwards, went to Germany to see the Japanese day in Dusseldorf. Then, off to the Netherlands to see Rotterdam and the Hague.
6. June Highlights:
First time in Italy.
7. July Highlights:
My awesome cousins from the states visited and we went to Spain, Belgium and Czech Republic.
8. August Highlights:
5 countries in 1 day! Germany, Austria, Liechtenstein, Switzerland and Italy.
9. September Highlights:
Parents visited and took them around Germany, Switzerland and Czech Republic. My favorite part of the trip was at the Cailler Chocolate museum in Switzerland.
10. October Highlights:
An impromptu visit to Tuscany, Italy. Got a chance to see the cities – Pisa and Lucca. Also, went to Munich for Oktoberfest!
11. November Highlights:
Second time this year visiting the USA, went to California, Nevada, Maryland and Hawaii. It was my first time visiting Hawaii! And a tour drive around Morocco and Italy.
12. December Highlights:
Went to a couple of Christmas markets around Germany, and visited the city of Ghent and Brugge in Belgium.
And that’s my 2013! I’m looking forward to 2014, so many travel plans ahead and tons of places explore.
How was your 2013? Share us your story.