Jan. 1st, 2012 @ 10:01 pm
Places where I spent at least one night away from home in 2011:|
San Francisco, California, USA (two different hotels)
Singapore (three different hotels)
Seattle, Washington, USA (Kent to be specific)
A highway rest stop in Oregon, USA
Reno, Nevada, USA (two different hotels, a couple of weeks apart)
Austin, Texas, USA
Black Rock City (Burning Man Festival), Nevada USA
Mountain View, California, USA
Huntsvilla, Alabama, USA
Los Angeles, California
Auckland, New Zealand (two different hotels)
Taupo, New Zealand
B&B near Koramandel, New Zealand
"Red Earth City" (Australian Burning Man/Burning Seed), Matong State Forest, New South Wales, Australia
Rutherglen, New South Wales, Australia
Melbourne, Australia (three different hotels at various times during the year)
Rottnest Island, Western Australia
Cervantes, Western Australia
I guess my list doesn't involve so many hotels, but i definitely like to travel around and visit friends and stay over frequently.
I'll post my version of this meme on my LJ.
Happy New Year
|Date:||January 2nd, 2012 05:45 am (UTC)|| |
Oh wow, that is just fantastic. I would love to hear about Senegal when I see you next.
Unfortunately, I didn't get to see much of Senegal, and what I did see wasn't particularly awesome - spent most of the week there in meetings, very little sight-seeing, and for various logistical and scheduling reasons couldn't really organise any time post-conference to explore. Terrific clothes and music, though - but awful at running hotels!
|Date:||January 2nd, 2012 11:06 am (UTC)|| |
I've never done any international work travel so I always forget that it is very different to fun travel. D has been on a few international trips and I don't ask him about the places anymore because he just says 'well, the view out the hotel window was ok' or 'the city looked quite interesting from the taxi ride to and from the airport'.
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