Post # 196
Wow I would go anywhere. I don’t know why so many places are being written off – there is so much more to every country than first impressions. I can understand not wanting to go somewhere because of danger (war etc) but other than that… I guess there are places you can not feel interested in but nowhere that I would say no to if the opportunity came up.
Post # 197
Mexico (again, I’ve been there once), Dominican Republic, Puerto Rico, Cuba. Basically, I can skip the Carribean, zero interest.
There are a lot of places I would like to see but will never actually go there due to political unrest.
Australia/New Zealand — as great as it they would to see, I just don’t want to fly that far to visit when I could alternatively fly to a place in Europe or Asia and see more countries.
Post # 198
LOL! I was thinking the same thing. Do people realize how big the U.S. is? Every state, literally, every state offers something new and interesting. I live in UT and the scenery is beautiful and a ton of outdoor activities. Anywhere in the Rocky Mountain states is amazing to see/visit especially for you outdoor adventurers/backpackers.
Middle East and anywhere they do not see women as human beings is a no go for me.
Post # 199
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Mexico. Couldn’t pay me to go. And certainly not to any of the popular locations there.
I wouldn’t turn down a free trip to Japan, but I would never pay to go there either.
And I wouldn’t go to any place that has active war-like situations…but there are a ton of places I want to see in the world yet.
Post # 200
With the exception of Israel, really anywhere in the middle east.
Post # 201
China. No desire to go, at all.
Post # 203
Bora Bora. Why pay all that money to go to a beach? I’m convinced less popular Caribbean islands like Nevis or Anguilla have just as much to offer.
I’m actually convinced it’s a big status symbol. The Four Seasons Bora Bora might be the biggest honeymoon status symbol of all haha.