Places I’ve Traveled

world

I’ll figure out how to make this post more interesting, but for now, it is simply a listing of all the significant places I have lived & traveled in and around. Getting a new set of passport pages today made me realize I need to keep track!

Cambodia (Phnom Penh, Siem Reap)

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No box left behind, Phnom Penh

Nepal (Kathmandu, Chitwan, Pokhara, Lumbini, Langtang/Himilayas)

Avanlanche on Langtang route

Avanlanche on Langtang route

China (Shapotou, Zhongwei, Ning Xia)

Xi'an

Xi’an

Thailand (Chiang Mai, Chiang Rai, Bangkok, Khon Kaen, Pai, Phuket, Loei, Mae Hong Son, Lamphun, Phi Phi, Pha Ngan, Krabi)

Temple in San Kamphaeng, Chiang Mai

Temple in San Kamphaeng, Chiang Mai

Vietnam (Sapa, Hanoi, Dong Hoi, Ninh Binh, Halong Bay, Saigon)

Ninh Binh, photo by Vincent Millet

Ninh Binh, photo by Vincent Millet

Indonesia (Bali)

Padang-Padang Beach, Bali

Padang-Padang Beach, Bali

Brunei Darussalam (Bandar Seri Begawan)

Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, Bandar Seri Begawan

Sultan Omar Ali Saifuddien Mosque, Bandar Seri Begawan

France (Paris, Fontainebleau)

Museum in Paris

Museum in Paris

Philippines (Manila, Cagbalete Island)

Cagbalete Island, QZ

Cagbalete Island, QZ

Italy (Florence, Cinque Terre)

Vernazza, Cinque Terre

Vernazza, Cinque Terre

Canada (Montreal)

Just another party in Montreal.

Just another party in Montreal.

US (NYC, Boston, DC, New Orleans, Bay, LA, Hawaii, Catalina Island, Chicago etc.)

Manhattan

Manhattan

Mexico (Ensenada)
I was too young to own a camera when I visited Mexico. I don’t even think “digital camera” was a thing yet.

About redmudstain

An American Expat in Chiang Mai, Thailand ​ Not willing to settle down just yet - I'm only in my mid-twenties after all - I took a leap across the big big pond and fell onto Thai soil. Well, it was a little less spontaneous than that... ​ After a grueling application process, Princeton in Asia bestowed upon me a one-year fellowship with The Life Skills Development Foundation in Chiang Mai. A renowned child rights non-profit foundation in Northern Thailand, TLSDF is giving me the opportunity to research critical social issues, travel across field sites in the nation's upper regions, converse with the international human rights community and of course, learn Thai! ​ This is my life - the beauty, struggle, culture shock and adventure - in the charming city of Chiang Mai. Blog: https://redmudstain.wordpress.com/ UPDATE: Chiang Mai got me for 2 years!

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