I don`t know if someone already posted a similiar thread but, I`m posting it anyway since it`s a newer thread anyway.
So, basically it`s this:
What cities/countries would you like to go on vacation?
1st - Japan
2nd - New York
3rd - Alasca
I like my house.
Alasca, I never heard of such a place?
Australia, and Germany, ohh and New Zealand
I have no desire to travel outside of the country, nor to any other state. When I graduate college, hopefully economy won't be in the shitter and I'll move out of state, but beyond that I'm not into traveling. If it snows in the winter and is damn cold, good. If it's hot in the summer and I sweat all the time, good. Nature has seasons, it's only natural to experience them. Why do people need to run away to Florida or Europe or some place like that? Makes little sense to me.
I didn't make it!
N88TR;4909280I have no desire to travel outside of the country, nor to any other state.
:agreed I hate traveling! There's no place like home. As N88TR said, I have no desire to travel anywhere outside of my country or anywhere else within the country.
The cream of the crop
20th August 2003
Berlin Tokyo Rome Beijing Melbourne Paris
I've been all over the US plenty of times. Bored of it now.
I plan on moving out of the country and working abroad at one point. Probably Germany first and then work my way around. I plan on being fluent in 3-4 languages in the next couple years. Hard task? Yes. Just the way I like them.
17th June 2002
Y'know, I might sound like a crazy-person (and some people may go further and say that I am a crazy-person, even without reading this post), but I've always thought that if you're going to go travelling, tourist haunts aren't the best places to go. Some of the most fascinating places on the planet are often ignored in favour of following the flock. For me, the first place I'd really want to go if I had the money (unless we were talking about a booze-up to Malaga, of course, in which case screw the rest of the planet) is North Korea. From what I've heard it's meant to be a 'unique' experience to say the least, especially during the Mass Games. Here's what the British Embassy to Pyongyang has to say on the subject:
While it is certainly possible to travel to the Democratic Peoples' Republic of Korea, there are many restrictions on tourists. In most cases, foreign tourists will arrange their travel and itinerary through a specialist tour group, such as Koryo Tours (http://www.koryogroup.com/index.php). However, as they state: "All tours, whether group or independent, are accompanied by two Korean guides and a driver, even if the 'group' consists of just one person they will be with you at all times during the day."
No-Life Overwatch Player
14th August 2008
Athens Sydney Tokyo Paris Thessaloniki
That's pretty much it.
Formerly known as Graeme and Arld.
Tunisia, Bavaria, Switzerland.