1. 1. United States

  2. 2. Bahamas

  3. 3. Dominica

  4. 4. St. Kitts

  5. 5. Antigua

  6. 6. St. Vincent

  7. 7. St. Lucia

  8. 8. Mexico

  9. 9. Guatemala

  10. 10. Ecuador

  11. 11. Brazil

  12. 12. Argentina

  13. 13. Panama

  14. 14. Belize

  15. 15. United Kingdom

  16. 16. France

  17. 17. Switzerland

  18. 18. Belgium

  19. 19. Netherlands

  20. 20. Italy

  21. 21. Vatican City

  22. 22. Czech Republic

  23. 23. Canada

  24. 24. Egypt

  25. 25. Kenya

  26. 26. Zambia

  27. 27. Zimbabwe

  28. 28. Botswana

  29. 29. South Africa

  30. 30. Thailand

  31. 31. New Zealand

  32. 32. Jamaica

  33. 33. Barbados

  34. 34. Honduras

  35. 35. Dominican Republic

  36. 36. Haiti

  37. 37. Cambodia

  38. 38. Laos

  39. 39. Vietnam

  40. 40. Singapore

  41. 41. Malaysia

  42. 42. Japan

  43. 43. Spain

  44. 44. Portugal

  45. 45. Monaco

  46. 46. Sweden

  47. 47. Denmark

  48. 48. Germany

  49. 49. Austria

  50. 50. Slovakia

  51. 51. Hungary

  52. 52. Slovenia

  53. 53. Croatia

  54. 54. Montenegro

  55. 55. Bosnia & Hercegovina

  56. 56. Serbia

  57. 57. Kosovo

  58. 58. Albania

  59. 59. Macedonia

  60. 60. Bulgaria

  61. 61. Turkey

  62. 62. Romania

  63. 63. Moldova

  64. 64. Ukraine

  65. 65. Ireland

  66. 66. El Salvador

  67. 67. Nicaragua

  68. 68. Costa Rica

  69. 69. Colombia

  70. 70. Peru

  71. 71. Bolivia

  72. 72. Chile

  73. 73. Luxembourg

  74. 74. Liechtenstein

  75. 75. Poland

  76. 76. Lithuania

  77. 77. Latvia

  78. 78. Estonia

  79. 79. Finland

  80. 80. Norway

  81. 81. Iceland

  82. 82. Greenland

  83. 83. Cuba

  84. 84. San Marino

  85. 85. Malta

  86. 86. Tunisia

  87. 87. Morocco

  88. 88. Greece

  89. 89. Russia

  90. 90. Azerbaijan

  91. 91. Georgia

  92. 92. Armenia

  93. 93. Cyprus

  94. 94. Andorra

  95. 95. Israel

  96. 96. Palestine

  97. 97. Jordan

  98. 98. India

  99. 99. Sri Lanka

  100. 100. The Maldives

  101. 101. China

  102. 102. South Korea

  103. 103. Australia

  104. 104. Fiji

  105. 105. Philippines

  106. 106. Indonesia

 

TOTAL = One Hundred Six Independent Countries Visited

6 Comments

  1. technology
    August 17, 2015

    Hardly any people can say they are impacting as many lives as you are.

  2. The Travel Zealot
    August 17, 2015

    Actually you would be surprised at the quantity of people out there living the dream. As far as impacting lives, I’m not so sure. I meet people, share adventures and stories, shoot pictures, write in my blog, and encourage other to get out and expand their horizons. I really don’t do much to expand the readership, but that may change when I return to the States for the holidays.

    I do enjoy sharing my adventures and misadventures, and responding to peoples comments. It’s a great way of life, and it has proved to be quite an education on a daily basis. They say time flies when you’re having fun, but I have found this year that I have packed so much living into the time I’ve spent that it seems like I have been traveling for years. I am trying to think of ways that I might actually impact the lives of others in a more profound way.

  3. Nima
    February 22, 2016

    Hello,Looking for an individual or coanpmy that can help me get through the red-tape of retiring in Lef3n or San Juan del Sur (maybe Granada).Would need help in finding apartment, visas, banking, etc. the whole nine yards. Might be bringing my two cats, too.Could come down in Feb/March to get things started and return, for good, May/June.Quite serious about this, looking for help and not getting ripped off.Thanks!PS: I’m toying with idea of driving down (from NEast) any sugestions?

  4. The Travel Zealot
    February 22, 2016

    Nima,
    I know a wonderful Nicaraguan tour guide who speaks perfect English, and knows the whole country like the back of his hand. Add to that the fact that he is a wonderful human being. His name is Peltier Barahona and you can reach him at +505 8868 5747. He can fill you in on the practicality of your plans. International Living offers books that can help you with some of the nuts and bolts. It is advisable to try things on for size for a time before permanently pulling up stakes. My advice is to visit a two or three areas, and see if anything feels right. Call Peltier. He will sort you out. He is on the Nicaragua thread of my blog. Give it a look see.

  5. Shane O'Reilly
    October 17, 2016

    Hey. Great site. Myself and my wife are planning on a move from Dublin to Berlin. I work in retail and do freelance writing from time to time but I am having difficulty lining up something consistent – I really want to write from home and have something lined up before we make the move. Do you know of any good working from home sites or freelance job recruiters?
    I’d love to be able to travel and write in the future.

  6. The Travel Zealot
    November 1, 2016

    Hi Shane,
    A good place to start might be AWAI. They have a number of courses for everything from travel writing to copywriting.
    awaionline.com
    Best of Luck,
    John (the travel zealot)

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