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My name is Carrie and I’m from a suburb of Little Rock, Arkansas. Betcha’ didn’t know a city as small as Little Rock could have suburbs, huh? Well, I’m living proof. Being from a complete dead zone for cool stuff, I think I deserve extra credit for doing everything I’ve talked about in this blog. I probably deserve extra extra credit for all of the stuff that I’ve edited from this blog, but we won’t get in to that.
My first trip out of the US was the summer between my junior and senior years of college, when I received my useless Liberal Arts degree. It was supposed to be my last big “hoorah” before I graduated and started acting like an adult, but somehow I got hooked. I’ve now been to Spain, Gibraltar, Portugal, Morocco (Tangier, anyway), Greece, Italy, Switzerland, Germany, Jamaica, Thailand, Peru, Australia, Canada, the U.K., Scotland, Denmark, the Netherlands, Costa Rica, Mexico (yes, it took me that long to get to Mexico) Puerto Rico, Dominican Republic, Nicaragua and China. I think that’s it… Those are in chronological order, which shows what a geek I am sometimes. Anyway, I think that’s a pretty good start. You could add a couple more if you included countries whose airports I’ve visited. No, no plans of stopping any time soon.
I play kickball and softball, LOVE wakeboarding (even though I never go, as I am boat-less), surfing, photography, baseball and the beach. I hate the cold and people smacking when they eat.
Most business travelers travel for business. I don’t travel for work, I work to travel. It’s all I really want to do – I just have to be on the move. It’s kind of like having restless leg syndrome in your whole body.
What’s next for me? I have to make it around the world before I’m 30, so I’m off to Antarctica soon. After that, I guess I’ll have to figure out a new plan.