I was recently mentioned in a post on Heels and Wheels Online about the #ReaderLove challenge from Waegook Tom. I thought it was an interesting topic: list the ten countries where you get the most visits on your blog. I don’t check my analytics very often anymore. (Don’t get me wrong, I used to check compulsively every day, but now I just can’t be bothered.) So I decided to take this opportunity to see where all my visitors are coming from. WHO ARE YOU?
In reverse order, the countries with the most visits to travelsofadam.com are….
Nice to see that the country where I started my trip still brings in some traffic. Hola!
No wonder about this because I absolutely fell in love with Thailand when I was there a few months ago. If you’re there now, please please please have some delicious food for me. Berlin isn’t cutting it with the Asian food.
Yeah, Philippines is always popping up. In my mind or online. I considered going there when I was in Southeast Asia, but never actually made it because I couldn’t ever find cheap flights.
7. Israel & the Palestinian territories
Not too surprised about this because I’ve spent a lot of time blogging about Israel. My thoughts and opinions on the country have changed a lot over time, and a lot of that internal dialogue came out in some controversial posts on this site.
I spent three months in India and only have 15 blog posts on the country, several of which I didn’t even post until after I’d left. India influenced me a lot and it’s something I haven’t discussed much online. Though if you’ve met me in person, you’ve probably told me to shut up about India already.
I’ve had a bit of a love affair with Australia for a while, though it’s been over five years since I was last there. If you’re there now, be careful. And have a Victoria Bitter for me. Or an Oporto chicken burger.
Agan, I love the UK and it’s been over five years since I’ve been back. You’re probably just here because we speak the same language, even if your version has extra letters in it. With any luck, I’ll have a lot more to say about the UK in the near future.
Hallo! I’m in Berlin now, and there’s no expected departure date. And I freaking love this city.