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Posted 4/16/16
I first started traveling at the age of 22. It was originally supposed to be a road trip with some friends but after plans fell through I was left disappointed. I thought "why not travel with me myself and I?" I bought my plane ticket and was on my way to Japan for a week. Ever since then, I make it a must to travel once a year. So far I've been to Japan twice, Austin Texas, Newyork,Toronto Canada, and Milan Italy. I'm aiming for Shanghai this year. Do you travel? Good or bad experiences? Any tips and tricks?
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Posted 4/16/16 , edited 4/16/16
I love travelling, but almost never get to do it anymore. When I was a kid, I did an exchange student program and spent two weeks in New Zealand and another one in Australia. Amazingly beautiful countries. I've always wanted to go back, but have never gotten a chance. In the summer before my senior year of high school, I went to Japan for two weeks, which was pretty awesome. I've also done the road trip thing, going to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Reno, and Portland by car.

All my travel experiences have been pretty positive so far. I'd really like to do more travelling, but I've been a homebody for the last few years.
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I love travelling, even though I have not done it in the past few years. A friend of mine has been traveling for about 3 months straight!! She started in Europe, and Is now in South America. I feel a bit jealous every time she uploads a picture of a new country. lol
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Posted 4/16/16
I love to travel.
I was in San Diego few weeks ago and really enjoyed my time there. It really is a beautiful city.

Last year I was really afraid of going on the NYC subway but I got on and really enjoyed it.
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Oh man tell me about it. The map for the NYC subway is all over the place. I can't tell how many times I got on the wrong subway. But after a couple of days, I got the hang of it.
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Posted 4/16/16
Yes, love to travel! Thankfully, my position at work is International/Global so I get to experience and build rapport with other countries
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I love to travel, though unfortunately it has been at least a decade since my last vacation. There are so many places I want to see.
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I definitely love traveling! Ever since I was young, haha. After graduating from undergrad, I took a year off to travel around. I haven't traveled the whole year, but for a fair amount of time. I'll just copy and paste from my profile:

To-Do List 2015
[✈] Amsterdam, Netherlands
[✈] Edinburgh, UK
[✈] Frankfurt, Germany
[✈] London, UK
[✈] Paris, France
[✈] Tokyo, Japan

To-Do List 2016
[✈] Busan, South Korea
[✈] Kyoto, Japan
[✈] Nara, Japan
[✈] Osaka, Japan
[✈] Seoul, South Korea
[✈] Singapore, Singapore
[✈] Sydney, Australia

I've traveled locally besides this, but I just put international travels.
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Posted 6/14/16
if travelling was free , you will never see me again
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I have never enjoyed being away from home more than staying home.
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Travelling is my passion! I guess it runs in the family. I've got bitten by travel bug since I was 4 when our family moved to Japan, then to some other countries like Indonesia & France.

I have been travelling to A LOT of countries ever since: Most countries in East Asia such as Japan, South Korea, China, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Philippines, Vietnam, etc. Also Australia & New Zealand. Most countries in Europe (UK, France, Germany, Italy, Spain, Greece, the Netherlands, Belgium, Switzerland, Austria, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, etc). North & South Americas.

The only continent I haven't been is Africa (and Antarctica, but I doubt there are many other people have been there either).
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Posted 6/14/16
I have been traveling since birth

Moving and traveling to different countries is always exciting, so much that I don't even know where to call home.
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I wouldn't call myself a traveller persay, but I've been lucky enough to travel to Thailand, France, USA, Mexico, Germany, Spain, Portugal, Belgium & Bulgaria. I'm hoping to go to Japan this year, and most likely Vietnam in the next couple of years. I'm lucky to have family in Asia, but work always keeps me in England. I think if I could feasibly do my job in another country, I'd be more than happy to go...
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Ironically I only know one other country: Colombia. I have been there like 7 times, lived there for 4 months and going back for a week next month. I swear I have seen more of it than the US since its too expensive to travel here


I want to see more of the world, but until I have more money I'll stick with my cheap and fun travel experiences in Latin America.
I guess the first country in Europe I'll visit will be Spain since I wouldn't have to learn a third language. One day I want to make it out to Japan of course, but I don't really want to go until I can speak the language at a halfway decent level so that I could have a better experience.
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Posted 6/14/16

tokidoki302 wrote:

Oh man tell me about it. The map for the NYC subway is all over the place. I can't tell how many times I got on the wrong subway. But after a couple of days, I got the hang of it.


Yeah takes a bit to get use to. NYC is a lot of fun, so much to do, so many tourist traps
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