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Discussion in 'Hobby/Travel Forum' started by SaggyWoman, Oct 1, 2004.
How far have you gone?
Does Texas count as living in a foreign country?
I would like to know the results too! But i don't think i can answer the questions accurately! What to do?
Texas is about as foreign as it gets.
Lie. Everyone does it regularly on most polls!
Seriously, answer as best you can. It IS designed for US residents so pretend you are one.
I have been to three foreign contries: Canada, Venezuela, and New Jersey.
I bet all three were very unique experiences! Lol. Well, I just got back yesterday from a trip to Mexico, and I've been to Canada once. But I'd love to go much further!
Son is going this weekend to Dallas. I am going to Minnesota/Wisconsin.
He gets Pancho's Mexican Buffet. I get Sheboygan beer brats.
And the short end of the stick, again.
By the time I was 12, I had crossed the Pacific Ocean in a ship twice, and the Atlantic Ocean in an ocean liner 8 times. My first language was German, and my first school was a French school on the island of New Caledonia (250 miles northeast of Australia). I've been on buses, ships, trains, planes, and even a sea-plane!
I've had a very interesting life and travel is just a small part of it!
Marcia - Tell me more! How come so many sea trips by ship?
(BTW, I've been in underwater in a submarine. But only for less than an hour!)