True that. Even though I think sometimes it doesn't matter how big or small the place we live is..... many times we don't get out enough in our own "backyard" sort to speak to explore all of it. Puerto Rico is 100 x 35 (miles) and there are still places in the island I haven't seen. Go figure.
I've still not been to Stone Henge......
Or Birningham (don't plan to)
Don't bully fat kids - they've got enough on their plate
Hmmm let me see here....
In America: New York, Pittsburgh, Dallas, Orlando, Columbus, Cape Canaveral, Atlanta, Charlotte, Raleigh, Wilmington, Charleston, Edisto Island, Hunter Island, Myrtle Beach (ahh the Redneck Riviera ), Ocean Isle, Wrightsville Beach, Kill Devil Hills, Hatteras, Boone, Blowing Rock, Cherokee, and really all fucking over the Carolinas, Huntsville Alabama (odd yes, but it's NASA's "Rocket City") , Portland, Corvallis, Washington DC, Baltimore, Boston, Key West, Marathon/Florida Keys, Mount Pleasant, Ghent
In Europe: Paris, Versailles, Normandy where d-day took place obviously, saw the Bayeux tapestry, Bruges
I do wish to travel a bunch more. I've gotten around the US a good deal but there's plenty more places to go here and worldwide....perhaps I'll make it to Jolly Old one day and see where my people are from so also Scotland and Ireland as well then.
"Drown in a vat of whiskey.....death where is thy sting?" - W.C. Fields.
I stayed in today
I have been to several European countries and several Asian ones. I am not a big traveler, but will do more in the coming decade. I am a useless traveler though. I am the kind of person that will get on the wrong bus and end up 4 hours away from a planned destination. I get confused anytime I go near an airport as I forget the process. Plus they change things and nobody tells me. I got to the UK and the immigration woman looked at me in a stern way and said that I am British and should use the self check machine. What is a self check machine? I have no idea how to use the subway in any city of the world either. Do they even take cash anymore? You end up thinking 'Why did I not just stay at home?' I am a bit like Karl Pilkington sometimes. An obvious genius, but I have issues with the practical things.
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