2019: A recap

About a year ago I posted a recap of how my 2018 went, now it’s time for me to post one with all the places I saw in 2019.

It’s starting to become a yearly tradition for me to head over to Cusco. Early in 2019 I spent a few days in Cusco, a few days in Buenos Aires, and a few hours in Montevideo.

After that, I spent a few days in awesome Patagonia.

The year followed with a short trip to Santiago with my parents, where we had the chance to visit all of the friends.

After that, I went to my old team’s meetup in Toronto, visited friends in Montreal and Asheville and ended up over in Atlanta seeing my new work team.

And then I spent a few weeks traveling through new cities and new countries. I was in Lisbon, Paris, London (for a week of work), Berlin (attending WordCamp Europe), and finally Gdansk.

I was then in Charlotte for a few days, attending Reboot Training with several colleagues.

I was back in Lima for Independence Day, and out in Early September to Orlando. There I went to the Star Wars: Galaxy’s Edge, and to the Kennedy Space Center.

I was then in Boston for the Support Driven conference, where I talked about a study case alongside a great friend, and had the opportunity to share extra time with a group of fantastic women.

I was back in Asheville hiking, then back to Montreal visiting friends, and finally went to St Louis, Missouri for WordCamp US.

It was a great busy year, where I had the time to look back at all the traveling I’ve had the chance to do in my life. Here’s to a 2020 with even more friends in it!!

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