Where did you go?
How many countries have you visited?
What Guys Said 20
at least 7, but not as many as i could've.
australia, new zealand and fiji because i was a student ambassador there with an organization
i studied abroad in italy in college. unfortunately, i couldn't travel to other countries
Canada just because. also because
mexico since we were in texas and another time we were on a cruise
some st. islands... I don't know which ones2
Russia, United States, Canada, Mexico (resort), Dominican Republic (resort). That's all. Wanna travel some more.1
I drove through Austria and the Czech Republic, but never made vacation there.1
Too many to count. I guess 3o-351
I live in: The Netherlands.
And I've been to: England (UK), Belgium, France, Spain, Andorra (really small country lol), Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Sweden,
I've drove through, but never been on holiday in: Denmark, Luxembourg, Germany1
seven total. Mostly caribbean places some south American.1
1. The U. S. of A.1
A fair few:
Born in Ireland, travelled all over UK as well as living in Wales.
Schooled for two years in South Africa from 14-16 after my mum died
on getting married at 19, our honeymoon was back packing through Europe. Seeing most of it.
Traveled and worked in the States. And a few years back went through Japan and across Canada. Been through a lot of Asia as well1
corea Canada cuba1
So that makes it 10.0
a couple, but not as much as I want to
that's it, there are so many more I'd like to visit :(0
I haven't been out of the united states0
This may take me a while to add it up. One.0
Mexico, England, Senegal, The Netherlands, and Germany :p0
I've only been to her "cuntry".0
In order, starting from the USA
(The following six were on a single motorcycle tour)
What Girls Said 11
I live in the US (and 'cause I toured it a bit I'm gonna go ahead and count it :p)
We're looking at a family trip to Austria in a few years and I'm trying to work out a trip to Australia.
My dad, however, has been all over the place. He backpaced from South Africa to Egypt and from Hong Kong to England. He went up India, around Everest (mom wouldn't let him climb it lol), through the Swiss Alps, and up through South America.
He's done 4 of the 7 summits - Kilimanjaro, McKinley, Elbrus, and Aconcagua.
Lol he took 90 days off work when my parents had been just married and he and his brother went and backpacked Africa... and then, without writing or anything, they just randomly decided to climb Kilimanjaro. They showed up back in the states 180 days later. Apparently their family was not amused lol
So... yeah, sorry, probably more info than you cared to know.1
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My family always wants to travel. So i have been to:
France, Croatia, Cyprus, England Greece, Italy, China, Japan, Egypt, Thailand, Iran, Finland, Germany, Netherlands, Austria, Iceland, Chile, Australia.
And of course also Denmark and Sweden, but to get to there it only takes a couple of hour a drive.1
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I've never been outside of my country before. Travelling is way too expensive :(1
Just two: US and Canada.
In the US, I've been to Maryland, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia, Florida, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware.
In Canada, I've been to Niagara Falls and Toronto.1
France, england, italy, spain, poland, czech republic, greece, danemark, germany, estonie, Russia, sweden, china1
9 in total if we don't count my home country.
Lithuania, Estonia, Sweden, Finland, Poland, Czech Republic, Germany, The Netherlands, Italy.0
Errhhh I have to count that.
Alright I think that's it. I haven't visited every country just as long. Some countries I've only visited the capital city for one day or some I've just driven through. I would love to go outside Europe a bit more and go to Scandinavia once. I'm from the Netherlands by the way.1
1! only one!0
3 I think 😕😕1
Tenerife, Sweden, New Zealand, Turkey and Germany1
i went to Jamaica0
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