Where have I been The Invisible Tourist? 🌏

The world is so big yet so small – and there is so much to see! Here’s a snapshot of where I’ve been The Invisible Tourist and what destinations you can expect to find on my blog.

Where I've Been The Invisible Tourist

Travel Statistics:

  • I’ve visited 31 countries across 4 continents and I’m fortunate to say I’ve revisited 15 of them twice or more (some places I just can’t get enough of!)
  • Discovered 230+ cities across the globe, most of these visited in the last 9 years
  • Quit my job to spend a year travelling. The biggest milestone during that year was a four month adventure around the world that covered 48 cities, 18 countries, 3 continents and almost 60,000kms. My travel buddy was very grateful I did all the preparation!

I’m proud to call Australia home, but I have left my heart so many places ❤️

Click on any blue links below for my articles about each country. Not counting airport stopovers I’ve been The Invisible Tourist in…

Asia

  • China
  • Hong Kong
  • Singapore
  • Thailand

Europe & UK

  • Germany
  • Greece
  • Ireland
  • Italy
  • Liechtenstein
  • Netherlands

Middle East

  • Turkey

North America

  • Canada
  • Mexico
  • United States of America

Oceania

  • Australia (home)
  • Fiji
I’ve also lived abroad
in New Zealand.

 

I also have a bunch of Travel Tips , Travel Inspiration and my detailed personal itineraries under Itinerary Planning to help you on your next adventure!

If you’d like to change how you travel, you can find my tricks about how to “Be Invisible” right here.

You can be assured when it comes to all things travel, I will always tell it is – even if it’s an unpopular opinion. You can find my brutally honest articles about travelling here in Unpopular Truths.

Take a look around my blog and feel free to contact me if you have any questions. I’d love to help you 😃

See you soon,

The Invisible Tourist

Alyse, The Invisible Tourist
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Alyse has spent 9 years travelling "The Invisible Tourist Way" and hopes to encourage fellow travellers to do so, too. A professional language hoarder, she can usually be found burying herself in travel books and Wikipedia articles sipping a good hot chocolate. Her dreams? Always about the next destination and how to make the most of the experience.

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