Discussion in 'Random Chat' started by Turambar, Mar 16, 2012.
What's the furthest you've ever been away from home?
what is right...
but the furthest I've been is Florida
Ha, I've been longer. Germany was awesome, too.
It's hard to say what actually has been the actual furthest I've ever been from home. It must be somewhere between Porth Elisabeth and Cape Point - South Africa
I've been on a school trip to Rome, which is less than 1200 km away from where I live(d). I can't afford to travel.
Depends on where you were.
Where I am now - Argentina. Took me over 30 hours (by 4 planes, a bus and a car) to get here from Poland.
The philippines (>12 h flight from Germany).
Hmm I think Spain - then again do geography field trips count (thus far they are the only things to take me off the Island )
remember that time you complained about only being able to go to rome >.> as someone who has really never traveled, i am offended
and Odd, I didn't realize you were in Argentina already! that's so awesome :d when you get time you have to tell us all about it
england, europe. The other side of the world for me.
I'm glad you specified what continent England was in. that was really helpful
Budapest, I think.
Really, the highest concentration of pretty women I can ever remember was in Budapest... I lived most of my life in Southern California so that's saying something.
Cozumel, Jamaica, Grand Caymans, London, Paris, Rome, Naples, and Tallinn.
In the US: Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, California, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada, New Mexico, Oklahoma, South Dakota, and Tennessee.
I plan on a trip to Virginia this spring.
Not too bad for a redneck boy from Texas.
I was in Essen! And a trip to Düsseldorf, but tbh I didn't like it there, WAY too many people.
^I agree with PK
Furthest away must be either San Francisco or Seattle (or rather first beach in La Push. But since it's both on the US west coast, those few kilometers don't make a difference)
Essen is a great place to go shopping!
And although the population of Essen is only slightly lower than in Düsseldorf I do understand what you mean. I usually don't like spending my time in the inner city, and I'm very happy with my apartment in the suburbs.
How'd you like San Francisco?
My brother used to live there, a loft apartment right near Fisherman's Wharf.
I'm not too keen on my brother, we're polar opposites, but I loved San Francisco so I visited him often.
San Francisco was great! Absolutely loved it! Even the morning mist was beautiful in some twisted way. The city is beautiful, great atmosphere, very artsy, playful, legere... <3 it.
Though... I can't say it's more beautiful than Seattle, even though there's constant rain in that one. Seattle simply has better views and an even more relaxed atmosphere
=> They're both my favorite city
Oh, and if that was my brother with an apartment near Fisherman's Wharf, I would've kicked him out of there and taken over ^^
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