Fourth Months In Numbers

Now that I’ve touched down on my home soil of the Bay Area, it’s time to wrap up this series of blog posts. And what better way to do that, then with numbers?!

Time I was abroad: 4 months/121 days

Suit cases I lived out of: 2

Countries I visited: 8

Countries I visited with a different language spoken: 7

Cities I explored: 17

Flights flown on: 14

Stamps in my passport: 11

Megabus/National Express bus trips I took: 13

Airport shuttles I traveled by: 6

Metro systems traveled by: 4

Hostels I stayed in: 3

Cups of tea I’ve drank: infinite

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After staying awake for 32 hours in a 24 hour day, seeing my family and dogs was the only thing keeping me sane from lack of sleep.

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Stacey (my sister), myself and Alex (my cousin) reunited

I know this post is way past its due date seeing as I’ve been home a month and a half, but being home in “The Bubble” has never felt so good and bad all at once. Traveling and exploring Europe was the time of my life and I’ll never forget it, heck, if I wasn’t hooked on traveling before then I sure am now, but being home with my parents, dogs, In N’ Out, younger sister and twin of a cousin has never felt so amazing.

But just you wait, it’ll only be a matter of time until I miraculously end up in another country 🙂 but for now, this is “see ya later”! Thank you so much for following me on my adventures through Europe, hopefully I will have more for you to read soon, so keep and eye out! In the mean time, I will be attempting to keep up with writing on my new blog, if you would be so kind as to check it out!

Michelle xx

“Never say goodbye because goodbye means going away and going away means forgetting.”

~J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan

3 Comments

  1. We thoroughly enjoyed your blog, Michelle. Thanks so much for sharing it. Just please don’t dangle off the Cliffs of Moher the next time you visit lovely Ireland. Those warning signs aren’t fooling around. It made us nervous and we knew that you had arrived home 🙂 . We’re certainly looking forward to the blog of your next journey.

  2. I have loved following your adventures through your blog. Thanks for sharing your trip. You are a brave traveler, fabulous photographer and talented writer. Please keep me in your “loop”. Love you, Aunt Leslie

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