Sunday, June 11, 2006

Where I've been...

These are the places I've visited and I loved them all. OrangeX has a few more places, but I'd like to visit much more!!

Where have you been??

Have a good week!



create your own visited countries map
or vertaling Duits Nederlands

By the way, I stole it from this fabulous guy

11 comments:

Ms Mac said...

I created one of those once and it was so weak I couldn't face posting it! Now we live in Eurpoe though, maybe I'll have another go!

Ginnie said...

I JUST finished my own maps, CS, after seeing Mr. Fab's. How ironic (or maybe we're closer to clickdom than we realize :) I'll have to publish mine one of these days. A fun thing to see.

It's so neat to see where you've been...and to know we've seen some of the same things...or at least the same countries!

Expat Traveler said...

oh man - youve been to hawaii?


i'm not sure i like the map so much as I'm guessing you havent been to all 50 states? I wish it was a bit more detail. Maybe I'm wrong...

But I doubt you've visit North Dakota. I have - lol. For swimming...

Anyhow sounds busy like me.

Love the maps, maybe I'll add it to flickr.

xmichra said...

I would have a solid red of north ameerica and central america. that's it. I really don't htink that it should count the whole country though. Especally since there are so many different places. That would be like selecting all of Africa for visiting on provence. Wonder who made this thingy.

CanadianSwiss said...

Ms. Mac - The one thing I'm not so sure about this map is that it makes it look like I've visited ALL of Europe. And I know I didn't. ;-)

Ginnie - I still think the US map is much more detailed. But still, a pretty neat idea.

ET - You're right, it takes countries only. In the states, I visited only California, Nevada, Florida and when I was a kid, New York State ( I think) ;-) And I haven't been to BC, yet either!!! ;-)

XM - Just follow the link or go to Mr. Fab's site to get the US one. Unfortunately, it doens't take North, Central or South America as a whole; just the states.

CanadianSwiss said...

Oh... and just for you to know - can't really see it on the map - I've been to Canada: Ontario, Quebec, Calgary (the farthest west I've been in my own coutry) / USA: California, Nevada, Florida, N.Y State, Texas (just a stop-over). In Europe: Germany, France, UK, Italy, Holland (of course ;-)), Belgium, Spain and last but not least, Africa: Tunesia and Kenia

Mr. Fabulous said...

Man, I am jealous. It's abig adventure for my when I go across the state line :)

CanadianSwiss said...

LOL! Mr Fab - In Europe, much of the traveling can be done by car. Going to France or Germany from where I live is a 10-15 minute drive. So I guess it can be compared to crossing the "state line" ;-)

traveller one said...

THat was fun! You think you've seen a lot and been everywhere but when you create your map you see how much more there is to see! It's inspired me to make more effort to see new places!

Rob7534 said...

I can't do one of those maps... like most americans... I grew up to be quite insular. Haven't left the country in a very long time. And even then it was only to Mexico, and Puerto Rico!

CanadianSwiss said...

T-one - You're right. When I look at the map, I can see that there is so much still to be discovered.

Rob - Try it with the US map (states only) :-)