We Who Have Never Been Abroad Unite!

  • Namber

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    I've been a fair few places, but never left Great Britain. The furthest places I've gone are Ayr in Scotland, and this place in the North of Wales. I've not even been to Ireland. I go on about 3 or 4 short holidays a year though becsuse of this, and if you're lucky the Great British Weather isn't too bad:cute:

    Anyone else here not been abroad?Unsure
    August 3rd, 2009 at 09:16pm
  • Fueling The Flame

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    I've never been abroad either, personally, but I'd love to someday travel to Europe.
    August 3rd, 2009 at 09:30pm
  • Namber

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    I'd like to go to Switzerland. I don't perticularly like places that are really hot, I prefer it to be cool. And those log cabin ski lodges (I know what I'm on about) are simply adorable.
    August 3rd, 2009 at 09:55pm
  • mia bell.

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    I've never left Australia. I've never actually been to Tasmania too. So, never over the sea. I want to go to Germany though. :think:
    August 3rd, 2009 at 11:44pm
  • Smooth Criminal

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    I've never left the US of A. I'm kind of afraid to because I'm only thirteen and I don't know if I could go overseas. I might go to Canada though.
    August 4th, 2009 at 01:18am
  • Necromancer.

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    I have never been abroad my whole life and probably will remain that way till college.
    There are several countries I would like to visit though.
    August 4th, 2009 at 02:17am
  • fun ghoul fez.

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    I've never left Canada. Fail for me. I want to visit Great Britain however and the United States. Perhaps Italy as well, because my boyfriend is from there.
    August 4th, 2009 at 04:03am
  • ella vator.

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    I've never left the U.S. :tehe:
    I've been to the east and central areas, but never been to the west side of the U.S. :XD
    August 4th, 2009 at 07:12am
  • EffieXSteffie

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    I've never went anywhere either
    almost did last year December, to Peru, but then I stopped and thought for a bit. If I went, I'd be stuck in church because of my step father and I'd be stuck looking after my three younger siblings, so I preferred staying home alone for a whole month :D Like Peru is that exciting anyways.
    August 4th, 2009 at 09:55am
  • dj daynjuh.

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    the farthest i've gone is from michigan to florida. :lmfao

    i really wanna go to france. and possibly canada.
    August 4th, 2009 at 04:59pm
  • Namber

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    Matthew Leone.:
    I've never left Canada. Fail for me. I want to visit Great Britain however and the United States. Perhaps Italy as well, because my boyfriend is from there.
    If you ever do visit Britain, chances are it's got it's seasons all muddled up. I mean honestly - we've had snow on easter day before:file:

    So do bring a wooly jumper and a bikini:XD

    It's all good.
    August 4th, 2009 at 08:35pm
  • wonho

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    I've never left the east coast of the United States. :XD

    In fact, the first time I ever really went anywhere was last summer, when I went down to Savannah, Georgia. I love traveling though, and I'm dying to get around the country and over to Europe.

    I might be going over to England this coming summer for nearly a whole month, but it's kind of up in the air right now. It freaks me out a little though, because I'd be gone for almost a month and the most I've been away from home is like, five days. xD
    August 5th, 2009 at 02:08am
  • The Marty Parade

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    Smooth Criminal:
    I've never left the US of A. I'm kind of afraid to because I'm only thirteen and I don't know if I could go overseas. I might go to Canada though.
    I went to Canada alone when I was 13. :tehe:

    I was just wondering;
    Does it feel boring to not have been outside the country?
    Or are you guys just simply used to it?
    August 5th, 2009 at 04:52pm
  • dom howard.

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    How could you never leave the country? :twitch:

    Fair enough if you live in America, you have everything. Great beaches in Cali, Florida & Hawaii, snow in Colorado & Alaska, deserts and lakes elsewhere, but if you've never left England, that seems so... boring.

    To me, going away in your country isn't really a holiday. Living in England, it's so boring. Everywhere is the same.
    August 5th, 2009 at 06:21pm
  • wendy darling

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    I've never left the United States, haha.
    I've never been farther east than South Carolina, actually. I've been farthest west, I was born in California. But alas, never traveled abroad.

    I do want to go to places in Europe, like Italy, Spain, etc.
    August 5th, 2009 at 10:04pm
  • Namber

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    The Marty Parade:
    I was just wondering;
    Does it feel boring to not have been outside the country?
    Or are you guys just simply used to it?
    Used to it.

    I couldn't ever picture myself in another country, it's wierd. And, I don't find it boring. There's plenty of things to do in the UK, when you find them:XD
    August 5th, 2009 at 10:28pm
  • Lady Lazarus;

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    I've never left America.
    But I do want to visit Europe and take a long summer or fall just visiting and being an obnoxious tourist.
    August 5th, 2009 at 10:28pm
  • devil's trap

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    I've been to Canada. Once. For like, an hour. T___T

    I'd like to go to Spain, Germany, Greece, Japan and Israel. In Love
    And Wales. Oh, Wales...In Love

    I want to travel. :cheese: I want to be a traveling nurse so I can be all over the world. Or a marine biologist that travels by boat. :weird
    August 5th, 2009 at 11:56pm
  • rachel weisz

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    I was in Canada for, like, two seconds. Other than that I have never left the US. I want to though, preferably while I'm still this age. It makes everything more fun!
    August 6th, 2009 at 12:30am
  • The Brightside

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    I've never been on a plane. :| So yeah, I've never left my country, which sucks. I'm one of those people who can't stay in one place for too long. I've moved houses a lot throughout my lifetime, and me and my family go on day trips quite a bit. We used to go on holidays (interstate to Melbourne, for example) but since we've gotten horses we can't go for more than a day as they need feeding. Same with the dogs. XD

    My parents travelled a lot before they had me, living in England for two years even, so I've kind of inherited their need to move around. I hope to do the same thing when I've finished university, and possibly a bit next year as I do some part time courses and once I've saved up enough money to go backpacking or whatever.
    August 6th, 2009 at 08:26am