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Destination: The Rest of the World


This page is more of a motivation than an actual list. I have never been to any continent outside of Asia. 

It's about time to venture out and see the world, one country at a time.

Brunei
Hongkong
Indonesia
Malaysia
Myanmar
Nepal
Singapore
Vietnam

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