So Many Places

Following on from the “Five Things” meme that floated through the edublogosphere recently, Kim Cofino’s blog had a nice little post about listing the places in the world she’s been to. I was impressed by her map, and thought I’d give it a go too. This website will let you highlight the places in the world you’ve been, and I thought it very cool.

I have to admit that mine probably looks a little more impressive than it really is… There are places I’ve been to that were short localised visits, but this tool highlights the whole country. So although I’ve only been to Hong Kong, the map shows all of China. Likewise, I certainly haven’t seen all that much of North America yet. And yes, I have been to a lot of islands throughout the Pacific, but it was with my parents when I was much, much younger, so really, I haven’t travelled nearly as much as I wish I had.

Not travelling more extensively is one of my biggest regrets in life actually, although I guess it’s never too late to make up for lost time. I’ll certainly be encouraging my own kids to see as much of the world as possible when they get older.

For what it’s worth, here is a breakdown of the US States… still plenty of room to explore there too!

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  1. Maybe I’ll do the same Chris as I sit in my Seoul hotel and looking over the most amazing city (I’m on the 17th floor) Such a clash of ages. Last night I was walking through a market where there were little old ladies in traditional Korean dress selling raw meat and fish right on the street and yet by contrast here the technology is amazing. Every little street shop has a computer or laptop (by little I mean the size of a small bathroom) People are sitting in the street at their little stalls selling Korean food with a computer on their lap. The hotel has the most amazing gadgets and buttons to do everything…so cool

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