Country Count

1.  Argentina

2.  Austria

3.  Bahamas

4.  Belgium

5.  Belize

6.  Bermuda

7.  Bonaire

8.  Botswana

9.  Canada

10.   Canary islands

11.   Chile Morocco

12.   Croatia

13.   Curacao

14.   Denmark

15.   Easter island

16.   England

17.  Faroe Islands   

18.  France

19.   Germany

20.   Greece

21.   Grenada

22.   Hawaiian Islands 

23.   Honduras

24.   Hong Kong

25.   Hungary

26.   Iceland

27.   Indonesia

28.   Ireland

29.   Italy

30.   Jamaica

31.   Japan

32.   Saba

33.   St. Eustatius

34.  Luxembourg

35.  Macau

Someone suggested that I list the countries and territories I've visited.  I wasn’t quite sure how to define a country or a territory, so I turned to the website of an organization called the Travelers’ Century Club, whose members are, “world travelers who have visited 100 or more of the world's countries and territories.”  Click here to visit the TCC website.  TCC explained that, “some are not actually countries in their own right, they have been included because they are removed from the parent country, either geographically, politically or ethnologically.” (Yes, I'm aware that Hawaii is part of the U.S. I used the TCC definition).  They also offered guidance as to what constituted a “visit”. So, while I won’t be eligible for TCC membership just yet, I’m working on it.  Here’s the current list in no particular order…..




36.  Madeira

37.  Malta

38.  Marshall Islands

39.  Mexico

40.  Micronesia

41.  Morocco

42.  Mozambique

43.  Namibia

44.  Netherlands

45.  New Zealand

46.  Palau

47.  Peru

48.  Poland

49.  Puerto Rico

50.  Czechoslovakia

51.  Sotland

52.  Slovakia

53.  Senegal

54.  South Africa

55.  South Korea

56.  St. Martin (French)

57.  St. Maarten (Dutch)

58.  Spain

59.  St. Croix

60.  St. John

61.  St. Thomas

62.  Switzerland

63.  Tahiti

64.  Taiwan

65.  Tortola

66.  Turks and Caicos

67.  Vatican City

68.  Wales

69.  Zimbabwe

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Welcome to Travleidoscope! Hey, what’s with the name?  Traveleidoscope is a combination of the words travel and kaleidoscope.  While a kaleidoscope creates colorful patterns, it doesn’t ever seem to produce the same pattern twice.  And so, I want my love of travel and outdoorsy activities to be sort of like a kaleidoscope - never really getting the same experience twice!  I’ll share what I’ve learned in my adventures through 60 countries and territories (including the bumps and bruises of it all!).   Hope you enjoy! Thanks for stopping by and here’s to always having a bon voyage! 

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