Trying to figure out if this statement needs more (or less) commas:
My position as a flight attendant has taken me everywhere from hiking in Nepal, to swimming with dolphins in Jamaica, to eating pig brains in China.
(Note: none of these things actually happened; this is only as an example. :)
That being said - do I need a comma:
- after "everywhere from"
- in between the activities? e.g., "hiking in Nepal to swimming with dolphins in Jamaica to eating pig brains in China."