What countries have you visited, or would like to visit?
Let's see, I've visited: All of Western Europe, all of Eastern Europe, some of the "Stans" (Kyrgyzstan, Uzbekistan, etc.), Russia, the Baltics, Scandinavia, most of Asia and the Subcontinent, the Maldives (learned to dive there), Sri Lanka, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji Islands, United Arab Emirates, Oman, Turkey, Egypt, Morocco, Guatemala, Belize, Honduras (including diving in the Bay Islands), Canada, Mexico, and all of the continental USA.
I've lived and/or worked in: the USA, Germany, South Korea, Japan, and the United Arab Emirates.
Travel bucket list: South America (specifically Ecuador and Peru), Cuba, and Laos.
Considering for expat life if the USA remains under fascist rule in 2020: Ecuador, Chile, Uruguay, and Portugal.
Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Panama, Peru, Canada, Bermuda, Bahamas, Dominican Republic, Jamaica, Barbados, Italy, Greece, Israel, Cyprus, England, France, Belgium, Germany, Switzerland, Austria, Poland, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Fiji, Tahiti, New Zealand, Vietnam, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, Hong Kong, and China.
There are several places I would like to go. Top of the list: Mars. Failing the Mars trip, then Australia and Spain.
Netherlands. Malta Spain, Belgium, France and Israel. I used to want to visit the US but last year I got into an online discussion with some NRA idiots which put me off. Now after talking to all you lovely people on here I`ve changed my mind back again xxx
Been to: US, Canada, Mexico, Cayman Islands, Jamaica, Bermuda, St Martin, Ecuador (and Galapagos), Morocco, Portugal, Spain, Mallorca, France, England, Iceland, Belgium, Netherlands, Germany, Denmark, Sweden, Finland, Russia, Estonia, and Latvia.
I hope to do Australia at the end of this year. I hope to be Sydney for Christmas to start the race to Hobart.
Pretty much, as far as want to see.... All of them.
Belize, Mexico, Roatan, Grand Cayman, Jamaica via a cruise ship
The first cruise I saw and climbed mayan ruins 3 out of 4 ports and will probably do so again
On the second cruise we rented vehicles and geo cached. The inland side of Cozumel is wild and beautiful but no sandy beaches so almost no people were there.
I want to go back to the above but my bucket list is Europe. Any country. All the country's LOL
I have been to both Mexico and Canada multiple times. However, I have never been off the continent and I would like to do that. Since I am largely of German descent, I would like to visit there. I would also like to visit Australia, both to witness the night sky in the Southern Hemisphere and to experience some of the strange wildlife there in its natural habitat.
I did a short homestay in southern France when I was an undergrad and I spent a year in England for Grad School. Before I settled into England, I visited Berlin and Prague. I spent 2 months in Nagoya, Japan. I've also visited Toronto and Vancouver. I did a short vacation in Bermuda.
I would like to visit just about every country, actually, because I like to see how other people live. On the top of my list is Ireland, Switzerland,South Africa, Spain, Iceland, Delhi, and Italy.
I have lived in Germany and Japan (Okinawa) courtesy of the US military. I have visited Mexico, Canada, England, France, Wales, Liechtenstein, Switzerland, Denmark, Belgium, Haiti, and the Bahamas. I've also been in Puerto Rico, which is part of the US but so far away.
Lived in: UK, USA, Australia.
Visited: Ireland, France, Germany, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Austria, Belgium, Netherlands, Denmark, Sweden, Norway, Finland (far north, one night only), Canada, Singapore, New Zealand, New Caledonia.
Would really like to visit: Spain.
Within the U.S. or outside it (some states seem like other countries - and not in a good way).
I have been to most W. European countries and love all of them. A visit with my brother and his Vietnamese wife to Viet Nam was scary, fun, amazing and crazy. We were not part of a tour group and saw and did things most tourist don't. It was a very enlightening trip (we got to Saigon on Dec. 25th and it was 93 degrees and it just got crazier from there). We put on a power point presentation at our library. The room was filled and we held no punches; showed both good, bad and frightening (like family graves in the middle of rice fields).