Just curious where everyone has been. Share a little about the experience as well if you like.
Ive been to the USA and that is it. I really would like to travel tho and see other places. (been watching too much of the Travel channel lately)
Canada, Jamaica, England, Wales, France, Austria, Germany, Netherlands, and Italy. I got close enough to Albania in Italy (and Serbia while In Austria) that I Could see them, but of course didnt go.
Train rides that went thru Poland, Switzerland and Luxembourg but didnt stop there.
USA, Australia, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Denmark, Sweden.
On the trip list this year for job: Argentina, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, Russia and perhaps a few more.
Is it fun or more hassle than what its worth? (to you)
How was New Zealand?
It depends on the assignment. My most recent was Sweden and that was fun because we have significant downtime due to the client having issues at their manufacturing facility. And I always enjoy seeing a place, trying new food, and seeing different cultures. But sometimes it can be a drag because you don't get to see anything. New Zealand was pretty cool, I was only there for a short bit when I lived in Australia. We took vacations to Tasmania, the Great Barrier Reef, and New Zealand. Cool places, but I was younger so I'd love to go back and check things out now that I can appreciate them more.
The States, France, Switzerland, Austria, Germany, Italy... I don't like exchanging currency
From the USA,
Canada, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, France, Austria, Lichtenstein, Hong Kong, Macau, and Mainland China (only Shenzhen, though). Also traveled through Luxembourg and Holland, didn't stay though.
Hong Kong is definitely the most interesting of all those, Switzerland was the most beautiful. I'd strongly recommend visiting Asia if you're looking for a place to go, I enjoyed Asia much more than Europe, and it is WAY cheaper. Awesome food for dirt cheap price... Although I had to be careful outside of Hong Kong because the regulations are not so good. I plan to return next Summer and go further into Mainland China, maybe visit Taiwan as well.
I'd have to say I DIS-liked Italy the most, Venice to be exact. You can't sit in any of the public squares without an armed guard telling you to move, you gotta pay to use any bathroom, the place smells like mildew... plus it was my 10th day of a 15 day Europe trip and I'd only slept in hostels and on trains so I was grumpy/dirty/tired. Rotenburg, Germany was awesome though!
Its almost like it costs you money to walk there. And the only way to get some places is gondola.
But I was grateful they had an American Express office there, after I fought my way through the pigeons!
I pretty much just drank alcohol in Europe since it was about $2-3 cheaper then a soda or water (no one drinks water in Europe) Woo-hoo Jagermeister!
I've been to Tijuana, Cancun, and Puerto Vallarta which are all in Mexcio. I love the dollar to peso exchange
I went to Chicago once...
The LORD is my rock, my fortress, and my savior; my God is my rock, in whom I find protection. He is my shield, the power that saves me, and my place of safety.-Psalm 18:2
Spain,Portugual,England,Scotla nd,Wales,Bahamas,Mexico,Philli ppines,Japan,Italy,Switzerland ,Just about every island in the Carribean.
mexico, st maarten, anguilla, st barth, maldives, tahiti, taiwan, japan, singapore, canada
I have only been to Canada. I have been thining about moving outside the country though. The U.K...Would like to visit it someday because I wouldn't move anywhere without an actual visit first. Of course I drove to Canada since it is pretty close. I will probally visit Canada again.
England (Born and raised), Malta, France, Spain, USA (Florida), Live in Canada