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I want to write some sort of conclusion so I can move onto the next chapter, my life in Hanoi but I really do not know what to say. I have some math though. The countries I visted on my trip, (America, South Korea, China, India, Thailand, Indonesia and Vietnam) make up almost half of the world's population, wikipedia says 47.8%! Now China and India make up most of that but is still amazing I think.
America = 4.54%
South Korea = .73%
China = 19.64%
India = 17.30%
Thailand = .93%
Indonesia = 3.40%
Vietnam = 1.26%

I also added up all the miles I traved on airplanes, wow.
(From www.webflyer.com/travel/mileage_calculator)
New York - Seoul = 6870
Seoul - Tanjing = 523
Beijing - Delhi = 2350
Delhi - Srinigar = 399
Chennai - Port Blair = 739
Chennai - Bangkok = 1370
Bangkok - Denpasar = 1860
Denpasar - Kuala Lumpur = 1250
Kuala Lumpur - Hanoi = 1270
Added up that is 16,631 miles (26,765 kms)

I then though of all the train rides I was on.
Seoul - Suwon
Suwon - Seoul
Tanjing - Bejing
Beijing - Xining
Xining - Beijing
Jammu - Jaipur
Pune - Goa
Bangkok - Chiang Mai
Chiang Mai - Bangkok

Posted by pmyerson 04:15

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