Scraping my memory a bit - Australia, New Zealand, the US, Barbados, France, Spain, Italy, Andorra, Yugoslavia (showing my age!), Belgium, Germany, Morocco, Egypt, Greece, Turkey, Malaysia, Gambia, Malta - still got loads to visit thankfully!
Ok so since we are listing the countries I might as well do mine Mauritius Spain France Cyprus America Portugal Tobago Belgium La Renioun Islands Turkey Monte Carlo is a separate country from France right? or Wrong? That makes it 10 not 9
Slovenia an all former republics of Yugoslavia which are now countries, Austria, Italy, France, Spain, Belgium, England, Holland, Luxembourg, Germany, Czech Republic, USA, Canada, Ecuador, Peru, Bolivia, Chile, Thailand, Laos, Tanzania and Nepal. I used to travel a lot ... until got married
28.... I think. I'd never counted them up before! Here goes; UK Ireland France Belgium Spain Andorra Holland Germany Austria Poland Lativia Lithuania Estonia Finland Sweden Denmark Switzerland Greece Croatia Bosnia Hungary India Thailand Cambodia Laos Vietnam Malaysia Singapore
I've always got my next trip planned; Northern India and Nepal in May hopefully! Try a bit of trekking in the Himalayas, might need to get a bit fitter before then, I'm struggling to get up my stairs at the moment...
Haha Wow i have always wanted to go india...my husband's family are from india so hopefully one day we will go My sister is doing a trek in Norway in April and she hasnt even started training yet!!! Hope the trip goes well and maybe you could put some pics up
Ditto, well my girlfriend's family in my case. That's part of the reason for going across, see them first, then get onto the fun stuff! India's really good fun once you get out of the cities and onto the beaches, or up into the hills. I mean, the cities have their charms, but are horrendously busy.
If your husband's family are from there then you have the perfect excuse for a visit - what are you waiting for?! (I sound like the India Tourist Board!)
It's still a little up in the air at the moment, but I'll stick some trekking photos up. I'll be the overweight one at the back with the pained expression on my face!
Haha, that is a good excuse actually, an infant who can't yet walk! I might be slightly more hesitant taking my little kid to India - it's not the safest place on earth - I'm not bothered about myself, but having a child may put me off a bit.
Family in Mauritius?! Why did they ever leave!!!? Sounds awesome!
I now really can't wait to go traveling again! It's 3 degrees and raining outside of my window, it's depressing! I'd take a holiday in Libya for a bit of sun at the minute!
USA (x 4) Canada Spain (x 20+) France (x 4) Ireland Scotland Wales Canary Islands (x 3) - if you can seperate that from Spain. Minorca - if you can seperate that from Spain. Turkey Holland Belgium Yugoslavia (the part now known as Croatia) Germany South Africa
I should have seen more of the world than that, particularly with Europe on my doorstep. I was hoping to go to Morocco, Tunisia and Egypt next... but I recently changed my mind
If things go well for me over the next year then I may do a Dubai>Hong Kong>Beijing package.... three passport stamps on one holiday, I like collecting those, unfortunately we don't collect stamps for trips to Europe so I only have Turkey, USA x 3 and Canada in my current passport.
The US (where I was born/ live), Canada, Mexico, Dominican Republic, UK, Ireland, Spain, France, Sweden, Italy, Switzerland, Morocco and Bulgaria. So that's 12, excluding the US. Not very many, actually. Traveling within countries can sometimes be just as fascinating as traveling among them.
I have always said that if you live in the USA your very lucky because you will never have to leave your country to go on holiday.....my sister did a 3 month tour of america and saw some amazing things...
Absolutely true. It's a huge country, very diverse. There are still many places just in the US I've never visited like Alaska, Texas, southern California... I would definitely like to do more traveling in the future
Argentina Australia Austria Belgium Canada Chile China Costa Rica Czech Republic Denmark Egypt France Germany Greece Indonesia Ireland Italy Jamaica Japan Malaysia Mexico Netherlands New Zealand Peru Portugal Singapore South Africa South Korea Spain Sweden Switzerland Thailand Turkey United Arab Republic United Kingdom USA Uruguay Vatican City
I have just added Vietnam Cambodia Laos to my previous total of Dubai UAE Qatar China Ireland France Belgium Germany Poland Italy Switzerland Holland Sweden Norway Trinidad & Tobago Jamaica Bermuda Nassau (so technically the US) Nigeria Algeria
So how may countries have you lived and worked in, and which were they? How did you handle the language barrier? Which countries were they? How many have you visited for a vacation (or business)? Military not counted...