Toronto, Montreal, London, Brazil, Texas, Haiti, Michigan, Ohio,
Indiana, Chicago, Las Vegas, Louisiana, Washington, Maine, Germany, New
York, Italy, France, New Jersey, Bahamas, Puerto Rico, Italy, France, Bermuda, British
Virgin Islands, Mexico, other states in the US.
US: Alabama Arkansas Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Illinois Indiana Kentucky Louisiana Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Mississippi Missouri New Hampshire New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania Tennessee, Vermont, Virginia
Andorra is just some bushes and a gas station Felt like a bum in Monaco with our beat up hatchback Ford (LOL) Lictenstein is clearly home of many rich people, looks like you walked into Barbies playhouse I would recommend never ever visiting Portugal, talk about bummy Saw shanty houses in Greece and Spain, I was shocked Don't catch the baby the Roma throw at you in Greece, Spain, Italy and Portugal Ignore the man at the train station in Brussels with the rabbits, it is a set up to pick your pockets
Lived in Michigan, Germany and the Netherlands Best thing about Michigan was the lake and so close to Canada Germany has great food and wonderful social services Netherlands lets you be you without any social pressures plus Amsterdam
If I had a pick a place to move back to or stay it would be Berlin, Germany, I really loved it there and feel when I visit that I am at home. Strange.
In the US: All of New England. Boston is the best city in the world. It's my birth place, so I have nothing bad to say about it at all. The beaches in New England are beautiful and we have some of the best seafood in the world. California- I LOVED San Diego and if I were to ever go back to the US, I would probably live there. I didn't like San Francisco so much because it was cold. Also: Hawaii, Washington, Oregon, Indiana, Illinois, Arkansas, Louisiana, Virginia, Delaware, Maryland, Washington, DC, New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey.
In the World: Canada- Vancouver, Toronto, Quebec, Montreal. I thought Toronto was the best of all of them. Japan (of course)- I live in Chiba. Tokyo, Sapporo, Yokohama, Osaka, Kyoto, Nara, Okinawa (I've been to about half of the 47 prefectures). Each city has its own personality. I work in Tokyo, so I don't really have a lot to say about it. Sapporo is the best city. Taiwan- it's like a mix of Japan and China...the good parts S. Korea- friendly people, great food. China- I went to Shanghai and NEVER AGAIN. Hong Kong- I thought it was too busy. Thailand- Bangkok is amazing. It has really been built up over the past 10 years. Vietnam- Ho Chi Minh City--NEVER AGAIN. Cambodia- One of my top 5 destinations. Angor Wat is absolutely amazing! Singapore- I go here at least 4 times a year. I love it! Malaysia- I go here at least 2 or 3 times a year. Indonesia- Bali is so peaceful, even for a tourist destination. Australia- Ayers Rock is also one of my top 5 destinations. Sydney reminded me of Boston. England- I loved the people there. France- I don't know why everyone thinks the French are rude. They say what they mean and they mean what they say and I find it refreshing.
I am sure I am missing a few destinations, these are just off the top of my head.
I am trying to make it to Italy, India and Brunei next year. We'll see how that works out...
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Hawaii- Hawaii is beautiful, but it's far better if you avoid it during the summer. I made the mistake of going in July! The people are very friendly. I suggest renting a car. Driving is super easy there and Hawaiian drivers are very accommodating. Of course, if you go to Oahu, you should go shopping at Ala Moana Shopping Center. I got all of my cheap souvenirs at Daiei (like Walmart). The food is wonderful and there are always hula performances whether it is in front of the shopping center or at other points on the island. Hawaii also has several different climates, so if you don't like the weather where you are at, just drive 15 minutes away and the climate might suit you better.
Virginia- My father is from a small town near Williamsburg. Williamsburg has Colonial Busch Gardens, and a number of other historic attractions. My sister lives in Virginia Beach. TBH, I don't find Virginia too exciting.
Pennsylvania- Hershey Park is located here, but I've never been. I just went to the mall, and that's all I really remember about it.
Malaysia- I absolutely LOVE Malaysia. It is one of the most beautiful countries I have ever been to. The people are really warm and friendly and I never had a bad meal there. The transportation is cheap and very easily accessible. There are some beautiful mosques and you can even go and visit. They also have great museums there.
Indonesia- I went to Bali. As I said, it was very relaxing. I didn't have a bad meal here, either. Everyone is laid back and friendly. You do have to be a little on guard if you are going to make certain purchases, like gold jewelry, because some places will definitely rip you off. If you want to do some shopping, I wouldn't recommend it. If you are only going there to relax and take in the sites, then it's the perfect destination. There is also a monkey park in Ubud. Word to the wise: don't piss them off by offering them banana stems. A monkey took a banana stem out of my hand, thinking I had tricked him, he came back and pulled my hair. The monkeys WILL climb on you if you have bananas, so if you don't like animals, this might not be your thing. There are lots of temples and beautiful natural scenes here, so I still highly recommend it.
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