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What is your top 5 destinations?

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Busy New York? An exotic island in Thailand?
6 years ago, April 4th 2008 No: 21 Msg: #31635  
The letter of invitation thing has changed now Jakko. It is no longer needed for many foreigners. The government of Krgyzstan wants to make it easier for tourists so they can get some much needed foreign money into the country. Citizens of many countries can now get a visa on arrival. But being a third world country one never knows what complications are in store when one encounters buerocacy there. I am not sure whether waiting to get to the airport in Bishkek or sending my passport to the Krygyzstan consulate will involve the least BS. :D

Mel
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6 years ago, April 4th 2008 No: 22 Msg: #31684  
India, Cuba, Laos, Italy and home sweet home, Australia! Reply to this

6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 23 Msg: #31745  
Costa Rica, by far. It has an old world charm, mixed with very pleasant people, and hardworking. Reminds me of growing up in Newfoundland which is on the far east coast of Canada. Also a really great place to visit, a mix of Irish, English, Scottish, and great people!!!
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6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 24 Msg: #31770  
I met somebody who was born and lived most of his life in New Foundland when I was in Canada Tim. I was amazed to hear that he had a heavy Irish accent even though he had never been to Ireland. It gave me the impression that there are very closed Irish communities in New Foundland.

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6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 25 Msg: #31774  
Newfoundland has small towns and many different dialects, some are mixtures of Irish, and others. Most began as fishing communities. Some have a thick Scottish type accent. The scenery is beautiful, rugged coastline, and open seas, and whales to watch. Maybe you can go there someday!!


Tim
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6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 26 Msg: #31775  
I want to go there Tim. :)
I am curious to see if the places where a lot of Irish people live look like Ireland.

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6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 27 Msg: #31783  
B Posts: 29
1. Cambodia - amazing country - horrible history, but great people (despite the history)
2. Italy - what's not to love - Rome, Venice - history, food
3. New York - give me a buzz
4. Spain - the food, the food, the food
5. Laos - relaxed, friendly, amazing Reply to this

6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 28 Msg: #31785  
I can send you some pictures Mell



http://www.newfoundlandlabrador.com/SightsAndSounds/StillPictures/PlacesToGo.aspx
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6 years ago, April 5th 2008 No: 29 Msg: #31787  
Thanks for those Tim. :) Reply to this

5 years ago, April 22nd 2008 No: 30 Msg: #33235  
B Posts: 52
Top 5 Destinations that I've been to:

1. Bermuda (for its beauty)
2. Antigua (for its beauty)
3. San Diego (for its beauty)
4. Washington DC (for its history)
5. New York City (for its excitement)

Top 5 Destinations I'd like to visit:
1. Paris
2. London
3. Hawaii
4. Isreal
5. Alaska Reply to this

5 years ago, May 6th 2008 No: 31 Msg: #34480  
Top places I've been to (of course this is subject to change, because I ain't done traveling yet):

1) Papua New Guinea (dangerous, but it's like going hundreds of years back in time)
2) Pohnpei, Federated States of Micronesia (The mysterious city of Nan Madol!)
3) Vanuatu (Going to the top of Mt. Yasur, an active volcano, is mindblowing and the people are the friendliest in the Pacific)
4) Rio, Brazil (this place is electric)
5) Poland (like it so much, I'm gonna stay here for a while)

Top places I want to go:
1) Belarus (will do it this summer if all goes well)
2) Bhutan
3) Mongolia
4) Libya
5) Iran
-because I like places off the beaten path and just a little bit scary. :D
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5 years ago, May 7th 2008 No: 32 Msg: #34571  
B Posts: 16
1. Seoul, South Korea - fond of their dramas and wanted to see shooting locations
2. California, USA - visit my Mom and brother again
3. Dubai, UAE - see their famous hotel
4. Egypt - see the Pyramids and more
5. Maldives - heard that beaches there are great
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5 years ago, May 7th 2008 No: 33 Msg: #34586  
2 posts moved to this new topic: Ethical Travelling Reply to this

5 years ago, May 19th 2008 No: 34 Msg: #35735  
in my top destinations
1. Georgia; unique culture, friendly people, amazing villages in Svaneti and monasteries and food.
2. Syria; thre is a lot of history in this country, a lot to see, friendly people
3. Indionesia; the volcanos, nature, sights, beaches
4. Ethiopia; there is a lot of culture and history in this country, and amazing churches
5. El Salvador; nature, colonial towns, and specially because i want a visit a friend who lives here Reply to this

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