Readers probably know I’m traveling now since april 2010 more or less, so time to celebrate I’ve been moving around for a year now. Just as a reminder what alternatives are there and what you could’ve been doing instead of earning profits for your bosses. Believe me it’s not that expensive and clearly cheaper than usual living in the Netherlands.
This post is dedicated to all the lovely people I have met on my way. By listing all places I’ve been shorter or longer is remembering that a year is a pretty long time (instead of popular complaint) and all the people, adventures, stories and fun which are behind the names of the place. After all a place is just a place somewhere, but who and what you can find there makes it truly magic.
So there goes:
Amersfoort, Apeldoorn, Deventer, Holten, Rijssen, Enschede, Bad Bentheim, Rheine, Hobsten, Osnabruck, Lintorf, Lubbecke, Porta Westfalica / Minden, Obernkirchen, Hameln, Eschershausen, Afeld, Bad Gandersheim, Seesen, Goslar, Bad Harzburg, Ilsenburg, Wernigerode, Ballenstedt, Lutherstadt Eisleben, Halle (Saale), Desslau, Berlin, Dresden, Prague, Budapest, Erd, Szentendre (-Sziget), Belgrado, Pancevo, Sarajevo, Maribor, Ljubljana, Bohin, Kloden, London, Oranjestad, Sint Nicolaas, Willemstad, Cartagena, Santa Marta, Taganga, Tolu, Medellin, Manizales, Jamundi, Cali, Popayan, San Augustin, Bogota, Pasto, Otavalo, Quito, Macas, Santiago, Puerto Galileo, Santa Maria de Nieva, Saramariza, Tarapoto, Chachapoyas, Piurra, Loja, Cuenca, Guayaquil, Montanita, Puerto Lopez, Quevedo, Ambato, Banos, Riobamba, Chiclayo, Trujillo, Nuevo Chimbote, Casma, La Union, Huanoco, Tingo Maria, Junin, La Merced, Huancayo.
I didn’t include a few small towns, but I hope I didn’t forgot locations where I met cool people.