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post #1 of 13 Old 04-09-2008, 07:27 PM Thread Starter
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where to go on a trip next year?

So I'm debating going back to my home country of Australia, it's been 10 years since I m oved to the states... but I also want to go to fun places, like Argentina, and Italy and Greece and all those foreign places like mmm, Quatar! lol

So I can't decide where to take the boyo... Anyone got any ideas on where they would go if they could choose anywhere in the world?
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Personally I like the beach and if money is not a big concern I would try Virgin Gorda.
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greece is very nice, although it was too expensive for me!
australia? no thanks.

prague, tuscany, puerto plata, lisbon.

so many choices
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If it's the only vacation you can afford for awhile, go back home and see the friends and family. Ten years is along time to be away.
If vacations are a fixture in your life, take a cruise to Alaska or the Antarctic, or both. See Africa and expect to be changed. Visit the US National Parks and see how varied the United States is. Go to Peru and hike (if you're in decent shape) to Machu Picchu then take the train back. Walk the Highlands of Scotland.
I think there is a book called One Thousand Places to See Before You Die. That might be a good place to start.

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How 'bout that corn palace thingy in South Dakota? J/K...I wanna go to Bora Bora.

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If it's the only vacation you can afford for awhile, go back home and see the friends and family. Ten years is along time to be away.
If vacations are a fixture in your life, take a cruise to Alaska or the Antarctic, or both. See Africa and expect to be changed. Visit the US National Parks and see how varied the United States is. Go to Peru and hike (if you're in decent shape) to Machu Picchu then take the train back. Walk the Highlands of Scotland.
I think there is a book called One Thousand Places to See Before You Die. That might be a good place to start.
What he said.

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Italy is awesome.
Ireland is awesome.
Aruba is very, very nice.

Otherwise I agree with gpz1100.... Go back to Australia to visit friends and family.



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If you go to Greece make sure you go to Turkey also, only 1 hour or in some places a boat trip away from each other. Going all the way from U.S. it'd only make sense to see as much as you can.
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