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What countries have you traveled to?

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England, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia, Indonesia, Austria, Denmark, France, Norway.
England was exactly as I remembered it from living there.
Singapore it very clean, very warm and the food was amazing.
Thailand is gorgeous, the beaches, people and food are all so amazing.
Malaysia was just a day trip but from what I saw it was an amazing country.
Indonesia was the same as Thailand, I went to Bali and enjoyed the beaches and sun.
Austria was on a skiing holiday and the mountains and slopes were exactly as good as I had heard.
Denmark was really great too! I went there on a trip to Legoland when I was little and I absolutely loved it there.
France was a trip to Paris for a week and I didn't really enjoy it. the pickpockets and massive amounts of tourists kinda ruined the experience.
Norway was my absolutely favorite out of all the places I've been to, it has gorgeous mountains, breathtaking beaches, very beautiful people and delicious food.
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Malaysia is literally my favourite country that I've travelled to. The people are unbelievably friendly there, parts of it are gorgeous, KL is awesome and the food all over is ridiculously good.
Copenhagen is also class, and very underrated as a place to visit.
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Scotland (Glasgow), USA (San Francisco) , Germany (Berlin, Hamburg, Frankfurt, Stuttgart), Poland (Warsaw), France (Paris), Switzerland (Geneve, Montreux), Jordan (Amman), Egypt (Cairo, Alexandria, Luxor, Aswan), Netherlands (Amsterdam), Italy (Milan, Venice, Como), Spain (Barcelona), Greece (Thessaloniki, Rhodes), Turkey (Istanbul), Austria (Vienna).
I just posted pretty much every city I've ever been to. One of those countries is my home country, though.
I'd say some of my favorites would be Luxor, Aswan, Venice, Geneva and Montreux.
Least favorite San Francisco and Warsaw.
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England, South Korea, and Canada.
England was alot of family and alot of tea
South Korea was mostly business of me signing up for the kukkiwon
Canada was when I was really little I don't remember
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I have never left the state of California. I don't plan on leaving any time soon.
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I have traveled to Ypres in Belgium and Berlin in Germany (both in a week). Ypres was fucking lovely, it feels so different to my coastal hometown, a really nice cosy feeling place, I'd live there. Berlin was also awesome, it didn't feel like a cramped city, you have the large tiergarten (sorry if I spelled that wrong) and the large plaza behind the Brandenburg Gate and Potsdammer Platz. Both really cool places, I really want to go back to Ypres and never come back.
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I have traveled to Ypres in Belgium and Berlin in Germany (both in a week). Ypres was fucking lovely, it feels so different to my coastal hometown, a really nice cosy feeling place, I'd live there. Berlin was also awesome, it didn't feel like a cramped city, you have the large tiergarten (sorry if I spelled that wrong) and the large plaza behind the Brandenburg Gate and Potsdammer Platz. Both really cool places, I really want to go back to Ypres and never come back.
My father went to Belgium last year and said the same thing, he also brought us some chocolates that were amazinggg!
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Mexico and Canada. I'm American. Well my family is Mexican and everyone is nice in my experience that I have met. People like to share food and discuss stories it's really homely. Canada, well I've only been to Montreal and it was a new experience I got a chance to speak some French which was nice. I still need to learn the metric system I kept getting confused over the Celsius degrees haha. I want to go again.
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United States of North America
Japan, South Africa, Mexico, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras, Peru, Chile, Germany, and Iceland.
Mostly travelling with my dad as a little kid as he went around for work.
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I've never been outside the continent, but Canada was pretty sweet. And if it counts, the Caribbean Islands are beautiful! However I'm not as in love with the packed tourist traps.
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Czech Republic, Hungary, Croatia and Italy. I didn't really have any expectations beforehand, only thing was that I realised I very much prefer"nature trips" and beach holidays over city trips. And Croatia's landscape was amazingly beautiful. And Zagreb was awesome, because while it wasn't particularly interesting it was so chill. Those two things were a bit unexpected.
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I'm American. I have been to Canada.
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Mexico, Saint Martin(Dutch and French Side),Jamaica,Honduras, Panama,St Lucia, Antigua and Barbuda,Haiti,Cayman Islands(UK),Turks and Caicos,Bahamas,and Barbados.
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China, I lived there when I was very young. Almost all of my family lives there. I went back a few years ago. It was a lot more polluted than I remember.
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A fair few..... 6 in North America, 8 in Asia, 15 in Europe. I'm from Scotland.
Top 3: USA is pretty fucking awesome actually (beautiful scenery, some brilliant cities, great food, great beer, nice people). Malaysia (the friendliets people you'll ever meet). Japan (just an awesome culture shock, and dear god the food)
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Italy, Germany (for a layover), Canada (to get on a cruise ship, Mexico, Jamaica
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From the U.S.. been to England (gray and dreary), Spain (more fun than I expected), France twice (lots of fun), Bahamas (kind of dirty), Cayman twice (gorgeous and I love it). Next month I'll be in Ireland.
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Lived in the UK and Finland Travelled to the Netherlands, Spain, Cyprus, Estonia, Latvia, Russia, Sweden. All quite enjoyable in their own ways.
Driven through Denmark and Belgium (and I think Germany maybe too, can't remember) - I remember lots of roads and a really angry manager of a petrol station when we forgot to pay for our petrol.
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USA-Germany-Canada-Poland-Bahamas
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France was nice enough. Ireland was beautiful. Israel was amazing, especially the Dead Sea. Portugal was too touristy. Crete had great food & interesting history. Slovenia was surprisingly gorgeous & chilled. Turkey was interesting, especially Istanbul. America (WA) was so much fun and so cool. Canada (BC) was so tidy, & had more trees than I've ever seen. The Netherlands had good trains, lots of bikes, and nowhere quiet to go. Italy was the best, the food, the landscape, the towns, the history, the art, the people, the atmosphere.
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