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Do you do any traveling? Is there anywhere you've traveled to that you absolutely loved? Hated? Share memories, pictures, anything else!
Wow! Seeing whales in the wild is a huge bucket list item for me.So far I have been to 38 of 50 states and 10 countries. Most of them have been when I was younger and we would take family road trips. Although I will say that some of the longer ones have been with my husband and kids. I have been to both Disney World and Disneyland. They are two very different parks and I found that I really enjoyed Disneyland more. Out of the 38 states I have visited, Hawaii was my favorite. We hiked up Diamondhead, saw them filming Hawaii 5-0, swam in the Pacific, watched whales. It was simply amazing and a huge culture shock too because we were definitely a minority there then we are on the mainland.
I visited Europe when I was 15 for band. It was awesome. I loved England the most, but also enjoyed the architecture and food through Germany, Austria and Hungary. One of the coolest things that happened on this trip was getting to see Westminster Abbey and seeing the Poets Corner where Geoffrey Chaucer is buried, but along with others who are there or memorialized there too. We also got to meet Prince Charles who was visiting right across the street.
View from our Hotel room in Hawaii
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Diamondhead Volcano. We climbed to the top of this and the views were AMAZING!
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There is nothing like a Hawaiian Sunset
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By MO do you mean Missouri?I have done a lot of traveling. I'm a free lance artist as well as a free time photographer. I live in Ireland and have been to German 3 times, the US a lot. I was actually adopted in Russia and I'm Korean. I am really sad that I can't travel as much due to Covid. I am going to MO for a cousin's wedding, so yea. I really want to go to Hawaii.
Yea. my mom's 6 brothers live there and their cousins and all and stuff. I been there and I thought it would fall on me when I was younger.They redid the bottom, and there is a museum now. I went a little over a year ago and we looked around the displays for four hours! My sister and I got bored eventually, but my parents found it very interesting.