I fit things together as best I could from the stamps and visas in my passport, but had numerous holes where dates and destinations should have been. I am very thankful for starting this list and archiving it to the internet because every time I travelled I blogged something about it and Google handily stored and sorted all the entries by year and month. So thank you all for receiving, if not reading, these; you've saved me a lot of pain tonight and I owe you a drink when I see you next.
My travelling doesn't seem as prolific listed out on paper (or in Excel, to be accurate) as it does in experience. I suppose lists are never particularly impressive to behold, and this does omit intraborder travelling, but it still seems mediocre somehow. I suppose that is justification enough for taking more trips! Or perhaps I should just use a bigger font.
The stats, for those who're counting, near as I could figure:
- 34 trips abroad (including two planned ones between now and submitting my application)
- 6.8 trips/year
- One trip every 1.75 months
- A total of 208 days (or 11.4% of my British existence) out of the country
|Country Visited||Reason||Departure||Return||Days Absent|
|Thailand, Cambodia, New Zealand, Australia||Holiday||19-Feb-2010||9-Mar-2010||18|
|Hong Kong, Malaysia, Singapore, Macau, China||Holiday||25-Jun-2010||5-Jul-2010||10|
Shaun H. Coley
Shadwell, Tower Hamlets
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