Juan Guaidó, leader of Venezuela’s opposition, broke a travel ban to get out of the country to help deliver humanitarian aid stored just across the border in Cucuta, Colombia. But as he has learned, while leaving Venezuela is easy, getting back in is risky business. His inability to simply walk back into his native land has left Guaidó performing a tour of sorts of neighboring countries.

On Tuesday, opposition officials said he would try to reenter Venezuela “within 72 hours.” Then, during a Thursday appearance in Brazil, he vowed to return “no later than Monday.” We’ll keep you posted. Meanwhile, below is Guaidó’s itinerary for the past month.

Jan. 23 CARACAS, Venezuela — Guaidó, leader of the National Assembly, invokes the Venezuelan constitution to proclaim himself interim president. The United States, Brazil, Colombia, Germany, Canada and nearly four dozen other countries recognize Guaidó as the legitimate leader of Venezuela. Russia and China, however, continue to back President Nicolás Maduro, who is widely accused of preventing free and fair elections…