I think it’s about high time I got around to writing this one. At this point in life I’ve now been to 56 countries spread across every continent and have gone full circle around the world. I’ve seen a lot, experienced even more and I am so grateful for the opportunity to travel and see this amazing world of ours. At only 24 I think I’ve seen and experienced more of this incredible planet than most people ever do in two lifetimes and I am incredibly humbled by that. Today I wanted to take the time to sum up my top 10 experiences or places I’ve been. These places all have something incredibly memorable to them or some meaning behind it that will always stick with me for the rest of my life.
#1 – Living in Hong Kong
The experience of living and working in Hong Kong will be forever ingrained in my mind. it was my first time leaving Canada on something other than a family vacation and was what really opened me up to all of the amazing things this world has to offer.
I was bit by the travel bug in Hong Kong and now I want to see the entire world as a result!
#2 – The Pyramids of Egypt
One of the oldest sites in the world and somewhere I have always wanted to visit in my life!
#3 – Skydiving in Dubai
This video really says it all!
#4 – The Northern Lights
They are so elusive and hard to find but when you finally see them it is an experience you’ll never forget!
#5 – The Great Wall of China
A site centuries old in an amazing landscape. It’s crazy how they built this!
Blog Post: Still to come
#6 – New Years in Sydney
Is there anywhere better to ring in the new year!?
Blog Post: Celebrating New Years in Sydney, Australia
#7 – Cliff Jumping in the Philippines
Cliff jumping from 5 stories hurt pretty bad but so worth it! #yolo #NoRegrets
#8 – Hang Gliding in the Swiss Alps
There’s nothing like starting your day by running off the side of a mountain in the heart of the Swiss Alps!
Blog Post: Hang Gliding in the Swiss Alps
#9 – Machu Picchu
One of the most mind blowing, unreal places I’ve ever seen!
#10 – St. Petersburg, Russia
This has got to be one of my favorite pictures ever! It’s so very Russian especially with the cathedral at the back it just makes it so unreal!