Jeremy Abroad

Places I've Been

July 02, 2019

Here is a list of the cities and countries I’ve been to. The purpose here isn’t to brag or anything like that, this is literally just for me to keep track of everywhere I’ve been. I’m not including countries I have no memory of because I visited as a young child (eg. apparently I’ve been to Gabon).

Most of these countries were visited over the last year and a half when I left NYC to travel the world.

I’m not on a mission to visit every country for the sole purpose of knocking off some checklist. I think it’s way more meaningful to spend a good amount of time in a single country and really get to know the people, culture, language, etc vs. flying to a capital city for a couple days, checking off landmarks, treating the trip like a visit to your local amusement park, and leaving without any real understanding of the culture.

Central America

Mexico

Cuba

Dominican Republic

Turks & Caicos

South America

Colombia

Brazil

Argentina

Buenos Aires (1.5 weeks)

Europe

Iceland

Reykjavik, Iceland (2 days)

United Kingdom

  • London (3 days)
  • Edinburgh, Scotland (2 days)

France

Paris, France (4 days)

Spain

Barcelona (5 days)

Portugal

Lisbon (3 days)

Poland

  • Warsaw (1.5 weeks)
  • Krakow (1.5 weeks)

Ukraine

Denmark

  • Copenhagen

Sweden

  • Stockholm

Netherlands

  • Amsterdam

Czech Republic

  • Prague

Hungary

  • Budapest

Austria

  • Vienna

Germany

  • Berlin

Asia

Israel

Tel Aviv (2 weeks)

Turkey

Istanbul

Thailand

Indonesia

Bali (1 month)

Singapore (1.5 weeks)

Malaysia

  • Kuala Lumpur
  • Penang

Vietnam

  • Hanoi
  • Ho Chi Minh City
  • Nha Trang

Philippines

Manila (3 days)

Korea

Japan

  • Tokyo
  • Osaka
  • Kyoto
  • Mie (spent my summers there as a child)

North America

U.S.


I love travel as it can broaden one’s horizons and change one’s perspective.

But I don’t mean to instill FOMO. One of the downsides of travel is that you can only visit a place for the first time once. So be curious and go out there and see the world, but if you’re going to visit somewhere - make it count!

That’s the full list as of now. I’ll keep updating it when I get the time.


Jeremy Bernier

Written by Jeremy Bernier who left the NYC rat race to travel the world, work remotely, and make the world a better place.