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    Quote Originally Posted by Minchi View Post
    The food and water for starters.
    We've had 12 trips to Bali and never been sick. I've eaten some of the best food I've ever had there - western and indonesian food alike. Its not the food or the water that makes you sick in Bali - its poor sanitation - so not cleaning your hands after handling money etc will cause problems...... Additionally the sudden change to climate and diet can also affect people.

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    Thanks!

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    I have places that I would like to go and places I'm not interested in. I can't really say there's anywhere I wouldn't go but there's places I wouldn't waste my holiday on but would go for a free trip in a heart beat.

    Bali and USA are probably the 2 I'm least keen on.

    Love nz and would love to go back again.

    My parents are 51 and 66 and they are doing there travelling now. I would rather not leave it that late but we will definitely being doing it when were older and empty nesting.

    Would love to first do a big huge trip around Australia with a camper and hopefully the kids.

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    No particular countries for me. I wouldn't go anywhere that is experiencing civil unrest or war at the time of my travel. There are places I have less interest in than others but am not opposed to going there.

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    People know Bali isn't a country right?

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    Quote Originally Posted by grumpybump View Post
    People know Bali isn't a country right?
    Nah

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    North Sentinel Island.

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    I'd never go to Tasmania :P

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    I have been to lots of places that are listed here as no goes...Asia, Central America, Nepal, India, Africa and had a wonderful time. Nothing bad has happened, my eyes were opened to many amazing experiences.

    Anyway, there are probably places that are lower on my priority list, but if someone else was coughing up the cash I would happily go. The UK and Canada are probably two that I would not cough up my own hard earned to go to.
    At the moment, Iraq, Afghanistan., Pakistan, Syria and Lebanon are countries I would not go to.

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    Best to answer as to where I wouldn't go because I'd love to go anywhere! Apart from countries where women are at risk on their own and/or where women have less human rights than men.


 
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