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Where have I been The Invisible Tourist?

The world is so big yet so small – and there is so much to see! I enjoy flying under the radar, so to speak, so here’s a snapshot of where I’ve been The Invisible Tourist and what destinations you can expect to find on my blog.

Travel Statistics

  • I’ve visited 34 countries across 5 continents and I’m fortunate to say I’ve revisited 16 of them twice or more (some places I just can’t get enough of!)
  • Discovered 285+ cities across the globe, most of these visited since 2008
  • Quit my job to spend a gap year travelling. Before I ever imagined I could turn travel into my full-time job, I quit my 9-5 publishing job to spend a year travelling. The biggest milestone during that year was a continuous 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 ❤

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


  • South Korea
  • Thailand

Europe & UK

Middle East

  • Turkey

North America

  • Canada
  • Mexico


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, as well as a range of products in my shop to help you “blend in” on your next trip – I’ve literally written the book on how you can do it, too!

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If you’d like to change how you travel, have a browse through tips & tricks on how to be a responsible tourist in my dedicated “Be Invisible” series! 

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

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