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Hometown: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Join Date: February 3, 2009
Contributions: Transitory has written about 78 places, shared 522 photos, left 2,763 comments, and smiled 2,086 times.
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Travel Plans
Ladonia, Sweden
dream destination
Okay so "Ladonia" isn't a real country, I still plan to go :)
Budapest, Hungary
dream destination
Acapulco, Mexico
dream destination
2010, will stay with my aunt's husband's family.
» see all 24 future travel and dream destinations
Countries I've Traveled To
Languages Spoken
English. Child's babble in Thai and Lao.
Books you might find in my backpack
Music you might find me listening to while waiting for my plane
Most Memorable Travel Experience
Singing Bryan Adams' song "Everything I do, I do it for you" with a tour bus of Palestinians, Israelis, and moi on our way to a Palestinian settlement. I happened to have couchsurfed with an Israeli gal who works with a non-profit org. that is trying to promote peace between Israelis and Palestinians and moreso, awareness of the treatment of Palestinians... Adams' song was our kumbaya hahaha. Funny, cheesy, sweet moment.

All the while being followed by the IDF...
I am a dual citizen of Ladonia and the United States.

Never heard of Ladonia? some facts to know:
"The flag of Ladonia is green with a green cross in the same colour. The national anthem is performed when throwing (gently) a stone into water. The currency is Oertug (1 OT is about 1 $). Ladonian language has two words:
'waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaallll' (can be spelt in many ways) and 'ÿp.'"-as described by our Secretary of State, and founder Lars.
To find out more about Ladonia, visit:

I have a bent for the absurd, self-pleased. I get bored of shallow conversation.

Hope to one day see the origin of a river, the Northern Lights, and everything listed in these websites at least:
X_Drive says:
Happy Birthday! :D
Posted on: May 13, 2017
huibdos says:
Hi Stephanie,
Have a happy birthday
Posted on: May 13, 2017
X_Drive says:
Happy Birthday, Stephanie! Don't let the fact that it fell on Friday the 13th bother you. Enjoy your chocolate cake and laughter with as many friends as you can. And I hope all your travel wishes come true! :D
Posted on: May 13, 2016
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Transitory's Travel Blogs

Dec 23, 2009
booking ho(s)tels, couchsurfing, and cheapo airline flights on the fly
Overview 490 words 3 18 32
Apr 16, 2009 – Apr 21, 2009
Went from Eilat to Be'er Sheva, to day trip in Mitzpe Ramon, then on to Susiya a Palestinian settlement, then to Jerusalem, the…
Overview 9,134 words 139 49 55
This blog was featured on Sunday May 24th, 2009
Misr-y (just kidding)  *Egypt April 2009*
Apr 09, 2009 – Apr 16, 2009
Cairo, Egypt -› Egypt -› …
A trip through Cairo, Luxor, Dahab, and Taba with lotta haggling, some mild hassling, a bit of cat calling & attempted gropings…
Overview 8,881 words 361 80 120

Transitory's Travel Reviews

Average priced "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Brooklyn, New York, USA
A new buddy of mine has been raving about poutine from his bike trips to Montreal for the past m…
Cheap "Hostels" in Barcelona, Spain
Located off of Plaza Jaume, and Plaza St. Miguel, on a quiet street which is a bit shady at nigh…
Cheap "Restaurants, Cafes & Food" in Toronto, Canada
Apparently pot is legal to smoke in Canada, or at least on the patio of the Hotbox Cafe housed i…
This review was featured on Monday December 7th, 2009