Trip 2 – Round The World

When I first travelled alone earlier in 2010 I got a real taste for travelling. So later in the year when I was getting a little restless with work and looking to break the monotony I arranged six weeks annual leave. With just 5 weeks to plan and book the trip, I started out with plans to visit three cities. Soon with the help of a travel agent I had expanded on this starting point to include six countries travelling around the world.

The Statistics

The distance covered on this trip was 42,000km (26,000 miles).

There was a total of ten flights spending some 50+ hours in the air.

I visited six different countries, United States of America, Canada, Germany, England, Switzerland and Hong Kong.

On three different continents, North America, Europe and Asia.

I spent a total of 35 nights in hotels, Vancouver (10), Seattle (4), Las Vegas (9), Toronto (2), towns in England (5), London (2) and Hong Kong (3).

Destination Post Summary


Day 1 & 2 – Vancouver First Impressions

Vancouver, Canada – City Tour

Day 4 – Whistler

Vancouver & Capilano Suspension Bridge

Vancouver Shopping: Metropolis at Metrotown

Vancouver, Seabus & The Northshore

Vancouver Public Art Work

Day Trip – Vancouver to Victoria, BC

Last Day In Vancouver


Travelling Vancouver To Seattle

Seattle City Tour

Seattle Day Tour – Mt Rainier National Park

Exploring Seattle Center & Surrounds

Las Vegas

Grand Canyon Tour From Las Vegas

Outlet Shopping In Las Vegas

Day Tour Visiting Hoover Dam

Exploring Las Vegas & Workshop


Niagara Falls Day Tour From Toronto

Travel Day – Toronto To London

Towns In England

Amesbury To Devizes And Stonehenge

Devizes To Plymouth And Old Wardour Castle

Plymouth To Portsmouth And Babbacombe Model Village

Portsmouth To Dover And Portchester Castle

Dover To London And Charles Darwin House


Exploring The City Of London

Travel Day – London To Hong Kong

Hong Kong

Exploring The City Of Hong Kong

Hong Kong The Land Between Tour

Exploring Kowloon Park, Hong Kong

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