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Tuesday, May 15, 2007

I Love Maps

Karla, at Tales of a Texpatriate, travels extensively, and she did a very cool world map of all of the places she's been. I don't even come close, but I thought it would be fun to make some maps of places I've been over the years. The first map is of the countries I've visited. It looks like I've been to Alaska, but I haven't. I hope to some day -- you should definitely check out R. Brett Stirling's blog. He is a teacher and lives on Nelson Island. He also writes for the Anchorage Daily News.

create your own visited country map

This is a map of the states I've lived in or visited:

create your own personalized map of the USA

This map is of the countries I've visited in Europe. I didn't do one for Asia because I've only been to three countries here. My travel wish list for Asia: Cambodia, Viet Nam, and Myanmar.

create your personalized map of europe

What is your travel wish list?


HolyGirl427 said...

I wish I traveled more. I've never even been out of the country. If wishes were rainbows I'd so go to Chicago, Kyoto, Rome, Barcelona, Paris (for fashion week), New York, and Scotland.

Anonymous said...

Hi there, I saw the comment you left on TDtC, TCtI for Mama Mancuso as Geeky Tai Tai. My honest advice concerning wedding attire is to go traditional. If you own a traditional Malay 'baju kurung' or 'kebaya', now is the perfect time to get it out of the closet. If not, buy one! It would be a beautiful piece for your wardrobe and can be used for future formal functions if ever you feel like dressing with a local flavour. If you are truly uninterested in purchasing a traditional costume, be sure to wear something with long sleeves, modest neckline and a skirt down to the ankles. People have been known to wear more revealing outfits, but I assure you that you'll probably feel more comfortable if you don't stick out too much! People will want to be staring at the bride and groom, after all, not at this or that particular guest :) Enjoy the wedding!

Diana said...

Thanks for taking the time to come over here to leave a comment. I truly appreciate the help. I'll be shopping today and tomorrow for a kebaya!