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Yep, Brazil, Spain, England, Scotland, Australia, Philippines, Greece, Italy, France, Malta, Japan, China, Viet Nam and Mexico.
You aren't counting the Shire or Mordor?
Yes, I went to America and thought "I could live there one day". Ten years later I live in a place called Lawrence.
I've been to other places, often older, often prettier, often colder but never as consistently welcoming or polite.
I drove to Ontario and Quebec twice from KC. I went through 30 tribal reserves in
the two provinces.
I've been to Canada many times, as my mother was born there. I also have been to Jamaica.
Yes, lived in Costa Rica for several years, visited all countries in Central America, Panama and Mexico, northern Andean countries in South America, Canada, UK, Germany, Spain and France.
I was an army brat and lived in Germany twice for a total of five years as a kid. We saw most of Western Europe on vacatons.
West Germany in the 1970s.
Mexico, Canada, Scotland, Italy.
Do New Orleans and Key West count? I heard a conch comment one time that he was "going up to Florida for the weekend."
I could tell you, but then . . .
Grew up in Oklahoma, AKA Baja Arkansas. I've been back many times.
Haven't seen anyone claim Turkey yet. One of my places, oh and Alabama - that is a totally different country (although give BB time and we might get there).
I have been to the Turkey. 24 MEU hit it back in 96' stay away from the Compound though
Yes I have been to Chihuahua Mexico at the age of 4.
As an "army brat" I lived in Poitiers, France for 3 years, in the early 1960's, when the U.S. still had military bases there. I have many fond memories, a very few not so fond but as an adult I've figured out why. Nonetheless, I believe Poitiers is an unfortunately lesser-known location to Americans. The history is as incredible as the architecture. Go there if you can, but please make an effort to learn some French first.
Scotland, England, Wales, France, Spain, Denmark, Greece and Switzerland. Though my passport has more stamps from the US than anywhere else and a big thing that says I can live and work here legally. Which is nice.
dude they'are to far away
Canada, Mexico, England and Ireland.
Does crash-landing on this rock count?
Lake Waubunsee, twice. Scared the hell out of me.
Thought Autie was laying in the weeds, so I took some of the weeds on some justifia-something kinda-thing,
I saw Multi use of what was going on there..
yes, I have been to Topeka and her sister city Wichita. Don't like either, don't care to go back.
New Zealand and Antarctica. Ok Antarctica is not a country but I've been to 3 of the research stations including the South Pole.
That's pretty Cool!
Greece, Ireland, France, Germany, Belgium, Canada, Mexico and I guess that's it.
Several times while boating with the Navy.
Egypt, Israel, Greece, Spain, Sicily, Italy, France, England, Albania and a number of other places
"Travel to exotic places. Meet intresting peole, then kill em"
Four years of sea duty in USN - French Morocco, Yugoslavia, Italy, Portugal, France, Scotland, Denmark, Holland, Panama (been thru the Canal five times), Japan, and Korea in 1952, 1953 and 1954. Traveled extensively in France, Italy and Japan. This made me realize what a GREAT country I live in!!!!!
Were you ever in country in Panama or just the canal?
Technically, the canal was US territory when you were serving.
USN and Anchors aweigh, 1961-1966! But more recently, the foreign land of what was once upon a time "Kansas". This place slipped away with the likes of Klein, Kobach, Abrams, Brownback, Roberts, Ryun, Jenkins, Tiahrt and the demise of what was once the progressive GOP. The Brownbackistan moniker is well deserved. Lots of Navy guys posted here!
Lived in Naples, Italy courtesy of Uncle Sam back in the early '70s. Traveled to Austria, Germany, Switzerland, Liechtenstein and San Marino. Also been to Mexico. Landed at the Paris airport on the way home once.
Mmmmm, Naples. Where even the garbage says "wow, this place is disgusting"
Visited New Jersey a few times.
Did the normal Canada Mexico things, but kick myself for not taking advantage of a late 1990s deal out of Cancun. Love America, the whole hemi.
For 50 bucks cash, and a drivers license, Cubana Airlines was flying people into Cuba no questions asked. Something like the trip left at 9 A.M. back at 4:00. I was standing next to the gate a group had departed. Mostly college age kids, but all were loaded down with cheap items, especially booze and cigars. They all said it was a great trip.
Wish I had a do-over.
England, Scotland, Wales, Saudi Arabia, Bahrain, Germany, Switzerland, Costa Rica, Puerto Rico, Mexico, and Alaska. Never been to Canada. Will be headed to Finland next year.
Yup. Just checking to see if anyone was actually reading the comments.
Pretty skewed results I'd say.
The vast majority of the population in Lawrence hasn't been more than 1,000 miles away from it.
Most people reading this are faculty from Scam$us Univer$ity who have been paid by students and taxpayers to travel.
whoa, wouldn't know my way out of KU if dropped in the middle. Many like me worked or took vacations. Personally am lucky my job took me places, but there is a lot to see within 1000 miles of Lawrence. I'm going to visit a ghost town on the Neosho River this weekend for instance.
NAVY 1956-1987. Japan, Korea, Tiawan,Hong Kong,Phillipines,Vietnam,Thiland,Indonesia,Australia,New Zeland,South Africa.Egypt,Turkey.Greece,Italy,Spain,France,Germany. Inited Kingdom, Denmark,Norway,Iceland,Bermuda,Cuba,Haite,Columbia,Panama,Costa Rico. Panama,Jamaca,Canada,SaudiArabia,Portugal.They said join the navy and see the world.
Stood Shore Patrol new year's eve in Olangapo in 1963; never so scared in my life. The city was flowing with San Magoo and the Texas Bar was crazy. That little nightstick, SP badge and armband was not much protection. Glad to get back to Cubi Point that night with my life. Anchors aweigh!
Why do we pitch a moan whenever illegals send money home and yet we still spend 31 Billion in travel abroad and 91 Billion in CHinese goods?
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