Set Foot in Every Country

Political boundaries are just immaginary lines drawn in the dust of time by men.

That said, immaginary lines can have very real effects. Like in Western Africa, villages and families were divided by the British and the French empires. Over time, the people grew apart – to the point that two villages, on each side of the border will speak two different languages even though they have the same surnames.

Anyhow, cynical philosophical debate aside, here’s my “completedness” map! I’ve left out countries where I’ve transited through but didn’t explore (e.g. UAE, Guinea Bissau, etc)

Michele has traveled to: Andorra, Austria, Belgium, China, Egypt, France, Gambia, Germany, Ghana, Gibraltar, India, Ireland, Italy, Mali, Mauritania, Monaco, Morocco, Netherlands, Poland, Romania, San Marino, Senegal, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Thailand, United Kingdom, United States, Vatican City, Western Sahara

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