15for2015: A year-end review

As I try to distract my mind from the busy season, I find myself looking back on the year that was. I know I’m way past new year’s day (when most people would wrap their year up), but it’s only now that I get a little bit of a breather as the past few weeks have been extremely busy. Hashtag auditor problems!

Anguib Beach, Sta. Ana, Cagayan Valley, Phiilippines

#02 Anguib Beach, Sta. Ana, Cagayan Valley, Philippines -13Apr15

2015.
2015 is one of the best years, so far. At end of 2014/beginning of 2015, I haven’t really planned for a sequel to my #14for2014 travel madness. I remember me saying as a 2014 year-ender note: “I’d go with the flow; if anyone invites me, I’ll go!”—or something along that line.

 

Mt. Snowdon, Wales, United Kingdom

#04 Snowdon Mountain, Wales, United Kingdom -23May15

#04 Petite Venice, Colmar, France

#05 Petite Venice, Colmar, France -29Jun15

2015.
A year where I told myself I’d be fearless, I’d be more adventurous, and a year when I plan to just let my guard down. True enough, everything turned out really really well. I met someone, fell in love, and then did most of my travels this year with this love of my life. *cheesy* ❣

#08 Tatras Mountains, Slovakia

#08 Tatras Mountains, Slovakia -05Aug15

#10 Hungarian Parliament, Budapest, Hungary

#10 Hungarian Parliament, Budapest, Hungary -07Aug15

2015.
We’ve chased mountains, rivers, lakes, and churches, cities, temples, and even sunsets and sunrises. Took most forms of transportation—from planes, trains, buses, cable cars, shuttle, motorbikes, trikes and jeepney.

#13 Paltinis, Sibiu, Romania

#13 Paltinis, Sibiu, Romania -15Aug15

It was a good year of traveling, I must say!

#14 Amsterdam, the Netherlands

#14 Amsterdam, the Netherlands -17Oct15

2015 and 15 countries.
Philippines (April and Dec/Jan), Ireland (an overnight layover), South Korea, Wales, France, Germany, Czech Republic, Slovakia, Austria, Hungary, Croatia, Serbia, Romania, (see my 7 European countries in 2 weeks post here), the Netherlands, and Belgium. As I think about how these all add up to the many travel stories that are yet to be written, I wanted to just get back to work now!

*This is really just meant to be a brief one. :)
It’s never too late for a year-ender post, ei? Happy new year and cheers to more travels! ✈

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