How many countries/cities have you travelled?

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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby Theodisce » Sat Aug 12, 2017 2:35 pm

Correct me if I'm wrong but I believe South Sudan did not face any serious problems with international recognition after its independence had been declared.

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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby eggrollextravaganza » Sun Aug 13, 2017 12:56 am

Unfortunately, I've only been to South Korea and the Philippines. In the states, I've been to New Jersey, Florida, North Carolina, and Virginia. There are so many countries and states I'd love to add to my list.
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby JayRS152 » Sat Aug 19, 2017 6:37 am

I've been to (not including the United States): Canada, the United Kingdom, France, Germany, and Japan
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby tarvos » Sat Aug 19, 2017 9:16 am

A slightly updated list with a few new countries:

Europe:

Netherlands*
Belgium*
Spain*
Romania*
Greece*
France
Germany
Luxembourg
Sweden
Denmark
Norway
Iceland
Austria
Switzerland
Italy
United Kingdom (but only England)
Czech Republic
Andorra
Vatican City
Hungary
Russia
Poland
Slovakia
(Belarus) - I spent all this time on a train. But it was ~24 hours.


North America:
Canada*
United States (quite a few states, about 10 or so I think?)

Asia:
China PR*
South Korea
(and technically North Korea as I stepped over the border at Panmunjeom)


This is by far not enough to satisfy my tastes, so I plan to add a lot more countries to this list (and add a lot more languages in order to speak to people from those countries). I've studied most of the languages of these countries though.
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby Gomorrita » Sat Aug 19, 2017 1:18 pm

I haven't been to any new country in quite a few years now. Maybe my best chance for increasing the number is Scotland or Catalonia becoming independent. :D
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby IronMike » Sat Aug 19, 2017 5:17 pm

IronMike wrote:Most states in the U.S.
Canada
Russia
Germany
Denmark
Norway
UK
Ireland
Spain
Kazakhstan
Kyrgyzstan
Japan
France
Romania
Bulgaria
Cyprus
Bosnia
Croatia
Italy
Iraq
Afghanistan
Saudi Arabia

I think that's it.


I can now add Finland and Montenegro.
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby Xenops » Sat Aug 19, 2017 7:35 pm

U.S. states (not including airports):
Idaho
Washington
Oregon
Utah
Wyoming
Montana
California
Arkansas
Texas
Alaska
Louisiana
Massachusetts
Connecticut

Countries:
China
Japan
Guatemala
Mexico
Canada

Hopefully once I'm moved to the East Coast, Europe will be in easy reach. ;)
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby overscore » Sat Oct 14, 2017 7:16 pm

Canada
USA
UK
Germany
Hungary
France
Czech Republic
Austria
Belgium
Slovakia
Poland

Singapore
China
Cambodia
Thailand
Japan
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby peter » Sat Oct 14, 2017 10:30 pm

Rhian wrote: Half the time I'm filling out forms abroad I want to end up screaming that England is not the UK.

In India people only seem to understand England. I was interviewing some potential students in Delhi once, and at another table one candidate was being told about Glasgow: "Is it in England?", "Yes, yes, England" she was assured... I've yet to have problems with forms though.

Most of my holiday travel has been around various parts of Britain and India. I've not got a great desire to travel elsewhere, but somehow academic conferences and other persuasions have taken me away from this island to more places than I thought: Austria, Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Malta, Sweden, the Netherlands, USA.

(Israel proved to be "unlucky 13" - we were all booked to go this summer, but illness scuppered the whole plan.)
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Re: How many countries/cities have you travelled?

Postby sfuqua » Mon Oct 16, 2017 5:32 pm

sfuqua wrote:US* (Michigan**,Ohio**,Massachusetts**,Minnesota**,Virginia**,California**,Hawaii**,Kentucky**)
Canada
Mexico
Samoa**
American Samoa**
Fiji
Philippines**
Singapore
Japan
China
Thailand*
Northern Mariana Islands**
Ireland

I haven't really travelled very much, but I have lived for several years in several places.
** more than a year
* more than 3 months


I guess I can add a star to Ireland* and if I can count "Northern Ireland" I can add a mention of that... Or UK if that is what I should call it.

I can't wait for summer; I want to add Scotland, England, Wales, and France to the list.
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