I've been tagged by Joshua over at OneFreeKorea via email, which gives me an excuse to post again at the creaking remains of my jeongja.
This is that old 'where have you been to' site that I've seen a few times before. Here is my pathetic world travel:
North America is covered (with all three proper-sized countries) but I only have a few countries on the fringe of the Euraisa landmss to show for all my time in Korea. At this point I doubt I will ever go to Europe since funds for the next several decades will be tied up in the kids' college funds and our major travels will be visiting family in Korea or America (depending on where I live). Also, our BIG POST-RETIREMENT TRIP will probably be to South America (Lady Yangban and I have some weird thing about visiting Lake Titicaca.).
Just to make myself feel better, here is my map of US states visited:
The South is my home turf. I visited many of the northern states during my mover days between my undergrad and graduate schools. Texas and several southwestern states were visited during a couple of long drives I took in the early 1990s. I visited the northwest with a couple of Korean professors in 2001or 2002. I do not count Delaware, Rhode Island (drive through) or Alaska (airport lay over). As a side note, I have lived in Virginia, North Carolina, Oregon, D.C., Iowa (in winter!) and Louisiana (in summer!).