The furthest I've been is 2100 miles away when I attended an event in Olive Branch, Mississippi (The Memphis Film Festival- Gathering of the Guns) this past year. I loved the whole trip. We made good use of every minute we spent and also saw Graceland and the sights of Nashville.
I am currently further from home now than I ever have been before. I am from Nova Scotia but am now studying in Southern Germany.
Thousands and thousands of miles. I live in NYC and had the privilege of living and working in Seoul, S. Korea - over 6,000 miles away - and while there I traveled to Singapore, China, Thailand and Malaysia.
I've traveled most of the world and I must say - people have been absolutely wonderful everywhere!
To the other side of the world and back. I live in Australia. I have travelled to the USA. Even getting to Hawaii let alone mainland USA I travelled through a time zone. It was a cold, windy August when I left Sydney. When the door of the plane opened in Hawaii we were greeted with a blast of hot air. Yes, I had travelled from winter straight into an American heat wave summer!
According to a website the distance is 6144.8 miles from Houston, Texas to Bucharest, Romania.
International will be about 2000 something miles from Islamabad to Jeddah. Domestic is only 700 miles from Islamabad to Karachi.
Not sure which is farthest, Chicago to LA or Chicago to Miami.
Not quite half way around the world but it felt like it at the time. From Texas to Greece.
I traveled from Colorado to Japan. Other than that I don't really ever travel.
I live in Birmingham, Alabama and I have been to Orlando, Florida which took 10 hours driving. It was almost 500 miles.
From New Jersey, USA to Perth, Australia. What a journey that was! Nearly 24 hours by plane to Sydney, then 3 days and nights across Australia on the train. What a great country to visit!
I flew from England to Singapore which is over 9400 miles and it was the first time I had been on an aeroplane. The plane was not a Jet it had propellers and the flight took 27 hours.
We stopped at Istanbul and Bombay to refuel and we hit an electrical storm just before we landed in Singapore.
It was a good job that it was two years before I had to board another plane I can tell you, the experience of flying through an electrical storm was not one I would like to go through again.
I was a newly wed in 1967 only 20 years old and I had the time of my life, though it was a troubled time out in the Far East at that time.
I once went from New Zealand to the UK via Canada which is 12,210 miles no stop overs in an emergency.
And travelled 11,893 miles from my home in New Zealand to the UK with no stop overs and I have done this a few times. Have also travelled from New Zealand to California, around 9,000 miles twice.
Worst part is I can never sleep on a flight and arrive exhausted
Who would guess travelling is my favourite passtime
My son and daughter in law were volunteers in the Peace Corps, so I went to visit them in Western Samoa. From NYC to there is approximately 7237 miles and I live about 100 miles north of the city. So, as the crow flies, roughly 7337 miles one way. It was definitely a haul! How far from home have you traveled?
I have traveled from the US to Israel. I have also travelled to Ghana. The longest road trip was about 1800 miles from New York to Denver.
Thousands of miles. As a really young child, my parents left Belgium to live in Africa (Congo). After a few years, we had to come back to Belgium and left again this time to go to South Africa.
As an adult, I immigrate to Canada and the farthest I traveled is from Ottawa to Buenos Aires. I can't wait to discover other corners of our beautiful planet!
Love to travel! I believe that traveling is a birthright. The furthest I've traveled is to Singapore. I must say there is nothing like Singapore. The city is clean. The people are pretty-awesome friendly and the food is decadent.
My next journey shall be Africa this year.
Thousands of miles. I live in Kerala, and with a camp team I have travelled almost the length and breadth of India. Out of the 28 states in India I have visited 16 numbers so far and wish to visit the rest in the near future. Travel is really wonderful and I enjoy it too much.
From the Dallas/Ft. Worth area to Rhodes, Greece! Not sure how many miles that was.
Hmm so far up until Australia only I live in the Philippines. I did have a great adventure in Australia I went to sydney brisbane and melbourne
I served six years in the US Navy and traveled around the world one and a half times visiting over thirty-five different countries. I loved it. For the most part, people are nice and friendly and welcoming the world over. I do miss it.
just across the cause way. I live in Malaysia, so crossing the bridge connected to singapore is the furthest i go. Just, 20min and i am in another country/ city/ island.
by Rob Welsh 10 years ago
How many countries have you travelled to?
by Elayne 6 years ago
Where is the farthest place you have traveled from home?
by MomsTreasureChest 3 years ago
How far do you currently live from the place where you were born or grew up?
by Nira Perkins 8 years ago
What is the furthest or most different place you've travelled from your home?What was it like there and how was your experience? Thanks in advance!
by stariswhoiam 9 years ago
What places have you traveled to?
by Peeples 5 years ago
How far is too far for a day trip?If you don't want to spend the night somewhere, how far is too far for just a day trip? We are considering making a 3 1/2 hour drive to the beach spending 3-5 hours there then making the ride back. Too far with kids? Would it be too far for you?
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