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Have you ever travelled overseas? How many countries have you been to? What was your favourite experience?

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Good question - I haven't really counted, but somewhere between 15 - 20. So still plenty of places to visit. My all time favourite is Hawaii - I keep going back :)
7
One for every day of the week.
I loved Yemen...but it was half a century ago.
Things are very very different now!!
To be honest - lost count. At least 15!
Four countries. Favorite was seeing cheetahs in South Africa
Saudi Arabia (where I was born), India (where my parents are from), Italy, Singapore, Malaysia and Australia :-)
I have been to 7 countries. My favourite experience is scuba diving near ko sameth, Thailand.
'Koh Samui'?
by donjo
More than 20 countries. Some of them I have visited more than once. I would never get fed up of visiting Italy.
Six or seven maybe.
My husband and I have travelled few places in the last couple of years.
In 2010 we had 7 weeks in the UK, Scotland and Wales and of cause England. I was able to see relatives that I had never met in Birmingham and we went from The Isle of Sky in the north of Scotland to Lands End in the south of England. We went with a tour company for 3 weeks and had the remainder to travel where we pleased. We spent two weeks in London, it's a fantastic city and I would love to go back one day.
In 2012 we had a 19 day cruise on the Queen Mary 2 which took us from Sydney to Hong Kong. We had two stop overs in Japan and one (Shanghai) in China before reaching Hong Kong. All of these places had wonderful things to see, interesting people to meet, we found the Japanese to be extremely polite and friendly. I loved Hong Kong and was fascinated by the different culture.
We do hope to travel somewhere again this year.
Yes we have travelled to many countries

Our favourite country is Papua New Guinea
Hello oldie! TPNG was THE first overseas' trip I had in 1965! Stayed at Kairuku, Yule Island, Gulf of Papua. Next time was a month at Wewak. Then twice visited friends' at Mt Hagen.
Have been to Moresby many times, including being 'boss' in my work section for a month. Very interesting, to say the least. So probably have been there about 17 times!
by donjo
Favorite experience was hiking to Everest Base Camp on the Chinese side and I've been to nine countries, but would love to visit them all!
by Lucy
I've spent the past 15 years backpacking (on and off) and have been to 70 countries. Favourites are Iran, Tajikistan, Nepal, Norway. England and Australia are also firm favourites!
4 in total. Although we only stopped over in NZ on the way to the US so only saw the inside of Auckland airport. We did cross the Canadian border but not very far in.
20 countries and all were great different and enjoyable .South Africa Zimbabwe Zambia Namibia UK HK Singapore Vietnam NZ Fiji New Caledonia Peru Paraguay Chile Argentina Bolivia Brazil USA Canada Alaska
i have left never left Jamaica plan on giving the place a break sometime in the future
It's actually a shorter list of where I HAVEN'T been!
Doesn't that sound snobbish, but it was my work that took me everywhere, so I consider myself EXTREMELY fortunate!

My most favourite place was Mexico City. Stayed there a fortnight at the mansion of a local Politician & his family. I knew his wife, through work. It was just THE best time I've ever had!

Other place I adored was Batu Ferringhi Beach, outside of Penang. Had two beautiful holidays there! Very fond memories' of a time that no longer exists!
Bon Voyage!
I have been to Croatia, Germany, England, and passed through from Austria to get to Croatia.
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