Probably just war torn countries where it's known to be quite dangerous, particularly for a white female. I would rather not to to any nation that would expect me to change my style of dress either.
I would go to most places though.
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Anywhere different. But no where dangerous
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13-02-2014 21:15 #56
Before I had dd I would have gone anywhere but now I'm more paranoid about putting us in any danger.
I have no interest in going to America but I would love to go to Canada.
Indonesia is a beautiful place (part of my heritage) and I would love to take dd there however I feel worried about the possible dangers. Such a pity!
13-02-2014 21:25 #57
I am quite surprised that so many people wouldn't want to go to Nz?? Probably the hate because the All Blacks can always smash the Wallabies in rugby? Seriously...I am from NZ,and the scenery there is breathtaking.the snowy/green mountains,the fresh lakes,crystal clear rivers,all the sheep!!.you cant get that in Australia...whenever my friends post photos they have taken on daytrips...I get a lil jealous.Check out NZ,its beautiful!!
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Don't worry - everyone's different 😜. I thought India was a beautiful, spiritual and vibrant country but lots of people don't like to venture too far from their AU/Europe/US/Canada comfort zone and that's fair enough.
13-02-2014 22:05 #59
I love travelling and thrive in exploring other cultures.
The only countries that I don't want to go to are:
Japan - bit scared of the nuclear mess
Ireland & Scotland - bore me a bit
Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon - too dangerous.
Places I really want to go to are:
USA - in particular southern America and NYC
Middle East - Qatar, Morocco, Iran, UAE (Dubai)
Such a big world, so little time and money
14-02-2014 00:14 #60
I could die quite happily if I hadn't visited certain places... But that doesn't mean I would scoff if we were offered the opportunity to visit one of those locations. NZ is one of those places for me... Not interested enough to make it a top priority but I am sure I would like it if I went.
England is my priority. I need to go there.
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