Yes and even stayed for a while and I learned a lot. All the more I fall in love with my own country as I appreciate the uniqueness of every culture.
Yes. I'm an American. I have lived in Japan and visited France--and I want to go back!
So far about 12 different countries...the last trip I had a month ago was Dubai, Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore. It was awesome and I got bit by the travel bug for sure
Yes, I'm English and I've been to the following countries:
3. Spain (inc. islands)
Yes. I'm American, and I've been to Egypt, Mexico, Germany (for a layover).
Yes I have been to Mexico. It was quite a cultural difference.
I'm sorry to regret no I haven't; however, I would love to before I die.
Yes, I did an internship in London, England - didn't want to come home (Phoenix)!
Yes I'm Australian, and ive lived in New Zealand and Brunei, I travelled to Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and the Philippines. and heading to Cambodia and Vietnam soon. Even one of my dogs has been to three different countries
Yes. I love learning about and experiencing different cultures and ways of life that are different from what I'm used to everyday. I hope to have plenty more opportunities to travel in the future!
I was born and bred in Scotland but since leaving there with my family at the age of ten, I have lived in five different countries including England, Northern Ireland, Germany, Singapore and now France.
yes, I live in America and I've been to Mexico, Canada, the West Indies and France and loved them all for different reasons
Yes I've been to countries in Asia and South America. I grew up in the United States.
Yes, i live in Egypt,and i went to India it was really great experience and i loved the landscapes
All over the world and it's certainly something i would encourage everyone to do! The country you live in is only a small part of the vast world we live in! It's good to get out there and see this magnificent planet we live on!
Yes I have. I drove the Alcon highway through Canada to Alaska, which was beautiful. I also went to Europe and drove for 10 days through Tne Netherlands, Belgium, Luxembourg, Germany and back to Amsterdam. That's the extent of my travels outside the US. Greg
For a long time (until the kids arrived!) I would work and save for the next plane ticket.
I've been to about 50 countries, and have lived/worked in New Zealand, England, France, Turkey, and Taiwan. My twelve year old has been to about 10, and my one year old has been to 5!
We still have a lot of catching up with my parents to do-- I'm not sure about my dad, but my mother has been to well over 100 countries.
My number hasn't been going up much lately-- I seem to be revisiting the same ones..
As a resident of New Zealand's southernmost city - Invercargill - travelling overseas can be a bit of a daunting prospect as travelling time within New Zealand to get from Invercargill, to say Auckland International Airport, can take as long as a flight from London to New York.
But that aside - yes - we (my partner Lyn and I) have travelled quite a bit. We went to the San Francisco, Las Vegas, Los Angeles, San Diego in the USA and across the border into northern Mexico in the early '90s; to the UK and Europe (7 countries) in 1995 for 7 weeks; and more recently we did a motorcycle tour of Europe (14 countries) in August/September last year. In between those trips we also managed to get away to Australia a couple of times, Fiji a couple of times and Rarotonga once.
If you have never had the chance to travel outside your home or native country, I thoroughly recommend that you do all you can to get away. Travel is totally, totally inspiring. You get the chance to meet new people, visit new places and experience and see things that you may only ever had read about or seen on TV.
Go for it!
India is our next destination in a couple of years time - or maybe the eastern seaboard of the USA, then Canada - who knows?
by romper20 5 years ago
How many different countries have you visited?the title says it all
by Brandon Lobo 5 years ago
Since I know most of you here, I thought of asking here I already have a US affiliate ID and got sales too (Through my hubs). But, now I wanted to sign up for the Canada and US affiliates. Can I use the same login details? Because, it's giving me an error saying the account doesn't exist.If I have...
by Danette Watt 6 years ago
Have you ever been to another country? Which one?
by samtenabray 6 years ago
Why is your country the best?Many of us hubbers live in different countries to one another. Why is your country the best?
by Susan Zutautas 6 years ago
When traveling to different countries what are some of the things you like to do while you're there?
by Adamowen 5 years ago
What is the most beautiful place you have travelled to?
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