German territorial map made in 1890s

I don’t believe in ‘country counting’ but, to help you navigate The Travelling Calavera, here’s a list of the main countries I’ve covered so far on this blog. There are many more to add to the list – some places I’ve already visited but haven’t written about, and others that I hope to visit A.S.A.P!

To read about a destination, just click on the image and you’ll be taken to a list of relevant posts.

An introduction to Belgium with a traditional market town view

Canadian mountain landscape with pine trees

Old Havana architecture in aqua paint with decorative carvings

Typical Czech church interior with Baroque gold details

Colourful bicycles lined up in true Danish fashion

Parisian panorama from the Pompidou Centre looking towards Montmartre

German mural in Dresden with kings painted on

Reykjavik harbour view of distant snow-capped mountains

Typical Irish rural landscape with rolling hills and clouds

Roman Coliseum seen in daylight with tourists

Yachts and boats in one of Malta's three cities, above the water

Frida Kahlo Mexican paintings

Peruvian knitwear in different colours

Portuguese blue and white tiles in floral pattern

Madrid's royal palace as typical Spanish architecture

All about Sweden


Thai palm trees in blue sky

Turkish souvenirs in market

Portobello Road colourful houses typical UK scene

New York urban panorama from Empire State Building

All around the world in blogs

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