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Geht es dieses Jahr für dich noch in den Urlaub? Wenn ja, wohin? ☀️✈️

Chrisseeels’s Profile PhotoK i r b y
Dieses Jahr bin ich nur zuhause, da ich noch so einiges zutun habe und ich das bis Ende des Jahres gerne alles fertig kriegen würde.
Nächstes Jahr werde ich aber wieder als S*xtourist nach Thailand fahren und es dort krachen lassen.

O czym jest F4? Ta nazwa się jakoś rozwija? 😆

'F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers'
Drama jest oparta na japońskiej mandze “Hana Yori Dango” autorstwa Kamio Yako, tak samo jak chińskie 'Meteor Garden', z 2018 roku, które znajdziemy na Netflixie, czy koreańskie Boys Over Flowers z 2009 roku.
Tutaj opis ze strony Drama Online, gdzie można obejrzeć tę dramę:
"Gorya to prosta dziewczyna, która pracuje w kwiaciarni. Dziewczyna dostaje stypendium sportowe i zostaje przyjęta do prestiżowej i luksusowej szkoły, do której uczęszczają bogate dzieciaki. Szkołą rządzi elitarna klika znana jako F4, składająca się z 4 bogatych, przystojnych i rozpieszczonych chłopców (Thyme, Ren, Kavin i MJ). Gorya jest jedyną osobą, która przeciwstawia się ich znęcaniu się nad pozostałymi uczniami." Z czasem między Goryą, a Thyme pojawia się uczucie, które prowadzi do różnych zawirowań. Bohaterowie muszą zmierzyć się z mamą Thyme, która nie akceptuje ich związku i próbuje ich rozdzielić.
Osobiście nie jestem jakoś zachwycona tą dramą. Tu Tontawan jako Gorya do mnie nie przemawia, jej gra aktorska...no cóż, nie jest zachwycająca. Mimo tego, że zakończenie 'Meteor Garden' było przekombinowane, a dramę można było skrócić o kilka odcinków, to i tak przyjemniej mi się ją oglądało niż F4. Bright Vachirawit jako Thyme i Dew Jirawat jako Ren, to chyba największe plusy tej dramy haha

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O czym jest F4 Ta nazwa się jakoś rozwija

Jakie tajskie dramy polecasz

Ja jeśli oglądam tajskie dramy to zwykle BL, nie wiem czy taka tematyka Cię interesuje, więc możesz dać znać. Natomiast ze zwykłych lakornów obejrzałam tylko ten pt. "Tra Barb See Chompoo" & jeśli nie przeszkadzają Ci skomplikowane i dosyć toksyczne relacje to mogę polecić, może akurat przypadnie do gustu. Widziałam jeszcze praktycznie całe "F4 Thailand: Boys Over Flowers", ale to akurat bardzo mnie nużyło od połowy, a sama drama zostawia wiele do życzenia według mnie. ✨
Jakie tajskie dramy polecasz

Oglądałaś f4 Thailand? Jeśli tak to co sądzisz o serialu?

SakusaKiyoomi’s Profile PhotoSakusaFlaming
Tak, ale nie całość, ponieważ z każdym kolejnym odcinkiem robiło się gorzej moim zdaniem, podobnie było w przypadku chińskiego "Meteor Garden"! O ile tam uważałam, że epizodów jest zdecydowanie za dużo, tak tutaj sądzę, iż przydałoby się ich jeszcze kilka, ponieważ za bardzo przyspieszali akcję & każdy wątek tak szybko rozwiązywali, co według mnie ciężko się oglądało, gdyż wkręcasz się, a nagle bum i wątek w pół odcinka jest zakończony i pojawia się kolejny. Poza tym gra aktorska też dość średnia. 👀
Oglądałaś f4 Thailand Jeśli tak to co sądzisz o serialu

Spy x family ช่อง muse thailand ตอน 2 มาละ 5555

มาแล้วใช่ไหมๆ กิจะไปดู เรื่องนี้สนุกมาก ชอบน้องอาเนียน่ารัก พ่อลอยด์หล่อมากอย่างเท่เลย แม่ยอร์ก็สวยปังเท่มากครับ

Do you like your job?

modelzmodelz9053’s Profile PhotoLove
I'm a high school student right now.If you ask me ,I think i don't like it. Because in Thailand studying is quite hard, with both stress and pressure, But I couldn't choose anything. because for my future, I also have to try to endure what's going on.
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Denkst du, dass man an einem Menschen Besitzansprüche stellen darf?

Besitz ist eine Illussion auch wenn man in dieser Welt scheinbar alles kaufen kann auch Personen. Manche kaufen sich sogar Frauen ich meine jetzt nicht im Puff sondern als Ehefrau meist Thailand, Ukraine usw aber in Wahrheit kann man nichts besitzen ausserhalb von sich selbst in der Materie Illussionswelt.

apakah kepanjangan ASEAN? yang bisa jawab dan bener dapet 10 koin, no googling yg penting wkwkwkwk

fannieangelie’s Profile Photobelimbingmaniss
Sekali lagi koinnya buat yg lain aja
Association South East Asian Nation atau kalo di indonesiain Perhimpunan Negara Asia Tenggara. Didalam kelompok Asean meliputi 10 negara.
1. Indonesia
2. Singapura
3. Malaysia
4. Filipina
5. Laos
6. Kamboja
7. Brunei Darussalam
8. Myanmar
9. Vietnam
10. Thailand

Good morning how are you doing today do you like kitchen trash bags. Do you been inside a trash bags

good morning👋 but Thailand time at midnight. i’m good. what about u? of course, i don't like. why do you ask that?
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Sg 13k Cases, Thailand 9k Cases, Philippines 8k cases, Malaysia 7k cases, Pakistan 6k cases, Arabia 3k cases, size doesnt matter afterall

Sure, but don't forget about the proportionate difference of unreported infections and deaths as well as reach of control.

Was hältst du vom Dschungel dieses Jahr ?

Smiilerx3’s Profile PhotoM
Bei den Tropen läuft es im Augenblick nicht besonders gut. Ein riesiger Ölteppich hat in Thailand bei Mae Ram Phueng den Strand verschmutzt. Erstaunlich ist jedoch, wie schnell der tropische Regenwald sich trotz Abholzung erholt. Dieses Jahr sollen "nur" Palmöl-Futtermittel aus entwaldungsfreiem Anbau erlaubt sein, mal sehen, in welche es Richtung es umwelttechnisch geht. (Palmöl ist dennoch kacke.)
Obwohl der Amazonas-Regenwald weniger als 2 % der Erdoberfläche bedeckt, spielt er eine entscheidende Rolle bei der Stabilisierung des Weltklimas, da seine mehr als 390 Milliarden Bäume große Mengen an Kohlendioxid speichern - ein Treibhausgas, das den Klimawandel vorantreibt.
Leider ist der Amazonas zunehmend durch menschliche Aktivitäten bedroht, insbesondere durch die Abholzung der fast 2 Millionen Quadratkilometer großen Fläche in Brasilien. Zwischen August 2020 und Juli 2021 hat die Abholzung im brasilianischen Amazonasgebiet den höchsten Stand seit 15 Jahren erreicht. Das ist ... außerordentlich.
Der Hauptgrund für die Entwaldung im Amazonasgebiet ist vor allem die Nachfrage nach landwirtschaftlichen Flächen, hauptsächlich für die Viehzucht und die Sojaproduktion. Landwirte und Viehzüchter fällen oft Bäume im gesamten Regenwald und verbrennen diese, um es für Ackerbau und Viehzucht zu roden.
Der Regenwald könnte bald einen Punkt erreichen, an dem es kein Zurück mehr gibt und er auszutrocknen beginnt, was seine Fähigkeit, Kohlendioxid zu absorbieren und zu speichern, stark beeinträchtigen würde. Derzeit wird geschätzt, dass der Amazonas etwa 123 Milliarden Tonnen Kohlenstoff über und unter der Erde enthält.
Wenn die Bäume des Amazonas abgeholzt oder verbrannt werden, wird dieser gespeicherte Kohlenstoff in die Atmosphäre freigesetzt und verstärkt den natürlichen Treibhauseffekt der Erde, so dass die Atmosphäre immer mehr Wärme speichert. Dieser Prozess führt letztlich zur globalen Erwärmung. Leider stößt der Amazonas infolge der Abholzung bereits mehr Kohlenstoff aus, als er absorbiert. Dieser Trend wirft die Frage auf, ob es für die Rettung des Regenwaldes nicht zu spät ist, zumal die Bemühungen dazu durch die Politik des brasilianischen Präsidenten ziemlich verschlimmert werden.

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Ceritain tentang kamu dong!

Aku Jennifer Greattia
23 Y.O
Papa new Zealand , mama indo-thai
Aku hidup pindah"
Aku anak sulung dan punya 2 adik laki"
Karena biasa hidup di negara yang open mind .. jadi aku suka pake baju sexy .. like udah jadi kebiasaan .
Aku juga gak punya banyak temen di Indonesia , harusnya aku balik ke Thailand tapi gak bisa balik .. jadi aku sendiri di Indonesia

Jaa 🥰, Türkei sowieso wie du schon gesagt hast yine güneydogu ve karadeniz und wo ich noch nie war, danach Japan, Neuseeland, Australien Kanada diese Länder gefallen mir sehr 😊

Aynen würde auch noch gerne nach Ägypten, Indien, Südkorea, Norwegen, Schweden, Mexiko, Brasilien, Thailand, Marokko, Südafrika, Indonesien, Vietnam, Philippinen und Malaysien 😅
Würde eine lange Reise werden hahshs einfach alle paar Monate wo anders hingehen hahshs

How far in advance do you plan/research your trips?

March - May 2017 I plan on traveling to a few countries in Asia (I haven't decided which ones yet), and August/September 2017 I will do South America for a year, or until I run out of money (giving myself a $10,000 - $15,000 budget). I'm starting to do research now, figuring out what there is to see and do in each country, what path I want to take, transportation, volunteer and couch surfing opportunities, etc. The last two trips I took were to Thailand and Japan, and I started planning 1 month and 3 months in advanced, respectively. Once I'm in country, I tend to be more relaxed and have a go with the flow attitude, but I do like to have a general idea of where I'm going, staying, and how I'm getting around. I'm just curious, for those that like to plan ahead, how far in advance do you do it? And what kinds of things do you usually plan/research as your trip approaches. Since my trip is so far away, what do you suggest I get started on? Researching and planning always tends to be a bit overwhelming, especially if it's to a place I've never been before. In addition, the moment I book tickets somewhere, I will be on the lookout, and add to that doc. If anything needs arranging meeting up with people, I will do that about a month in advance, then a follow-up 2 weeks in advance. Anything else is flexible and can be done a week before departure.
For this trip I knew which area I wanted to go to, so I made a very rough itinerary of how many days I wanted in each place before I booked the flights to make sure I would have enough time. That plan has been altered slightly. Otherwise I start looking at accomodation and start checking out wikivoyage and other resources. I bought the Lonely Planet guides on sale and got a hard copy and a pdf copy, so will take the pdf copy with me. For example, I have made the decision that I am going to travel to Guatemala this fall. I don't have flights or anything booked but I have begun doing some research and am in the very early planning stages.
Even though I do detailed and extensive research and planning, I am like you in that I am more relaxed once I get to my destination and I don't follow my itinerary to a tee. I leave room for spontaneity and exploration and relaxation.
I bought a ticket to NZ 8 days ahead of time and booked a rental car and the first night hotel. After that I just drove around goin wherever I wanted for 16 days. The only time it bit me in the ass was I didn't realize Easter weekend meant everyone in NZ goes and buys all the hotel rooms and I ended up having to pay like $200 for a room one night.
I tend to research flights, accommodation, any large transport expenses (intercity trains, etc) and visa requirements well in advance, since I like to get all that stuff locked down early. I might do some brief research on fun things to do there, but I usually don't bother much with that until I'm actually there.

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Talibaan gifted Naswar to china😂😂😂🤣🤣🤭

So I know a guy who is in the Gem stone business and make frequent trips to Thailand ... one time his friends there asked him to get some 2kg naswar for them...once he landed He got stopped at the airport and the cops asked him what is this..😂😂 he explained and asked them to try... And now everytime he visits he take naswar with him for the cops too.🖤🖤 man this shit is irresistible..
This is a true story..😂

Wohin würdest du denn mal gerne mal reisen wollen? (Falls die Frage noch nicht beantwortet wurde)

ina_hzj’s Profile Photoina-hdzj
Hm, gute Frage 🤔. Es gibt ja so viele tolle Ziele, egal ob nah oder fern. Die USA, Kanada und der ferne Osten (Japan, Thailand, Malaysia, Vietnam und Co.) hätte schon was. Aber auch Rußland hat jede Menge zu bieten. Ich kann mich nicht entscheiden 🙈.
Ich ziehe eine weitere Frage ❓

Quel destination aimeriez vous allez pour vos futurs vacances ?

Autello’s Profile PhotoKevin TELLO
Those three ideas are always floating around, but I just need time to actually go. As for my next trip, I have no idea. If it's not a long, multi-week trip, it's very spontaneous. I may decide to take a trip to French Polynesia out of the blue one day, and you'll catch me on the next flight out. I actually do this semi-frequently, as whenever I need to focus on an important essay for one of my classes, I'll leave town for a few days to focus. Small <1 week trips are always spontaneous and I go wherever I feel like. It's the bigger trips that require planning and lots of time.
Before I watched the video series in Vietnam though I really wanted to travel to Italy and explore the country in depth. So I was also in the beginning stages of planning a trip to Italy (both of these trips would be over a year away because I just recently booked a flight to Lisbon to start a 5 month solo trip already).
So now I’m just planning over a year in advance honestly. I’m thinking when I get around to my next trip I would do 2 months in Vietnam on a motorbike, a month in Taiwan, 2 and a half months in Italy and finish off with 2 weeks in Malta. (again I only really thought of Taiwan from posts on this subreddit, and then from lurking in google maps I saw popular tourist attractions that looked beautiful, so I thought taiwan would be cool to visit)
Money is a big factor for me and skyscanner has been a life saver with its wide search options. I can look at worldwide prices for a given month. They have some results from iffy sites though so you have to be smart but I’ve booked most of my vacations because of deals found there. I do more nature/dive trips (done lots of the Caribbean) now while I’m relatively young but sometimes I feel like I’m missing out on European cities but hopefully I’ll live long enough and see those when I’m a bit older and not as keen on scuba diving and hiking all the time. Thailand and Cambodia is my top dream trip though and I’ve decided to do it next fall regardless of the cost.
For example - I was looking for a place to go to. fiddling about on a flights site. Hmm Ireland maybe? I could split the time with Scotland? oh wait these are some seriously cheap rides to Istanbul...hell yes Istanbul it is! Do I know anything about Istanbul? no....nothing more than what Ive come across in passing...Well lets go find out. In another case its more planned. My GF is finishing nursing school (seriously bad ass) and we have talked for a long time about going to Morocco. She was there with her family when she was young. And I love me some middle eastern stuff. So Ive always kept that destination on hold as "our thing". So I was fiddling about again with flights and I was seriously considering Spain. The idea of roaming Spain by train had serious pull for me. And my GF says "I think Im going to take a break between degrees this spring" well hey girlfriend, can I take you to Morocco?

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"Kpop Idol Human Theater" z udziałem Stray Kids
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Występ 3RACHA z uczestnikami Loud
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LOUD x 3RACHA "Back Door" Rehearsal Scene
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Show Champion Behind z Stray Kids
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Wywiad Bang Chana i Felixa dla Vogue Thailand
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Welche Beispiele für menschliche Grausamkeit gibt es?

anonymus1943’s Profile PhotoAnonymus
Da gibt es unzählige, aber ich habe ein Beispiel aus meinem Bekanntenkreis. Hier geht es um eine ehemalige Schülerin meines Vaters. Er arbeitet in einer Einrichtung, wo manchmal sehr hoffnungslose Leute (Alter 16-25) durch Praktika und Coaching in eine Ausbildung kommen. Sie stand kurz davor eine Ausbildung anzufangen, ihrer Mutter war Jahre zuvor im Urlaub verschwunden und sie lebte mit ihrem Bruder bei den Großeltern. Doch dann meldete sich die Mutter die Tochter solle nach Thailand kommen,alle warten sie doch die reiste dahin. Sie hat ihre Mutter wiedergefunden….diese hat sie verkauft. Wir wissen bis heute nicht ob sie noch lebt….

Makanan ter extreme yg pernah kalian makan apa?

nindyasyh’s Profile PhotoNindy A. Ismail
sedikit cerita dulu gua pernah ke thailand dan beberapa meter dari tempat gua nginap ada banyak street food gitu, nah gua inget banget ada yg ngejual kek macam2 gorengan serangga gitu, nah gua cobain kalajengking kalo ga salah dan rasanya kek udang anjir.. wkwk

kalau ada kesempatan bisa study abroad, pengennya dimana? dan kenapa pengen disana? 😁

pengen di thailand/turki. kalo di tuutki rmang dari rulu pengennya karena katanya biaya kuliahnya lebih murah dari di indo kan
nah kalo di thailand selain mau ngefangirl juga karena setau gue periklanan disana juga bagus jadi relate sama jurusan guee

L’endroit de tes rêves ?

Personally, I really enjoy apartment living even though my coworkers and others knock it. I like having on call maintenance, no heating or water bill, an underground parking spot, and so much more. Don't get me wrong - there are tons of less than ideal apartments out there. I don't plan on starting a family so with a nice enough apartment building I anticipate I would feel right at home. I would like to move to a warmer climate. I currently live in one of the coldest large cities and the temp can fall below 0 Fahrenheit anytime from early November through early April and the typically steady winds produce brutal wind chill. I'm not sure whether desert heat or muggy heat and humidity will feel too extreme for me on the other end. Austin, TX is one of the places I have considered in my long range plan, and I have only visited there once when I was middle school aged. A multistory penthouse on a high rise in New York, complete with a library, media room, and one big empty room that I could use for anything I wanted. It would also contain doors that led to my beach house and mountain home. At least one door would be behind a bookcase where you had to pull out the correct book.
I just want an average house or even a small house in a properly designed city, that isnt just urban sprawl and enough money to never have to worry about the bills but I'm pretty sure I'm always going to worry about money until America wises up and adopts universal healthcare.
I lived there in the past and absolutely loved it. I'm now married to a Thai lady who has immigrated to the US to be with me. We'd still live in Thailand if it were possible to earn a decent living over there, but for us it is not. Wrong skill set.
Anyway, the weather is fantastic (for us), the people are friendly, the food is amazing, and the life style is very laid back and relaxing. Beautiful country, beautiful culture. I really miss living there. Can't wait to retire. I would love to live in the Caribbean. Either St. John or Sint Maarten (on the Dutch side). I love everything about it... the people, the culture, the food, the environment. The overall vibe and amount of happiness down there is so refreshing.
I really like the look and feel of old castles and buildings but I would want the comforts of a modern home. I would like my dream house to be close to the side of a cliff, it would be some type of modern house or big cabin with elements and accessory buildings that look like medieval fortifications. Pool and probably a waterfall off the cliff, might have an aquarium next to the pool(s). All of this is not nessecary however, i would only need a good computer, kitchen and fireplace and i would be happy. Though we are talking about a dream home, so I added the aesthetic parts.
A nice newly built cabin with my own private library in a wooded area with lots of beautiful nature and mountains.

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Welches Land würdest du am liebsten besuchen? Ich würde Ägypten wählen ❤️

Kroatien 🇭🇷, Thailand 🇹🇭, Vietnam 🇻🇳, Kambodscha 🇰🇭, Kolumbien 🇨🇴, Venezuela 🇻🇪, Argentinien 🇦🇷, Holland 🇳🇱, Österreich 🇦🇹, USA 🇺🇸, Rußland 🇷🇺, Norwegen 🇧🇻, Japan 🇯🇵, China 🇨🇳, Namibia 🇳🇦.

How much have you traveled (abroad)?

I've been traveling back and forth between the US and China since I was 12 (most of my family is still in China). I've also been to Canada many times (yay for being in Michigan). Did a backpacking trip of Europe where we visited Germany, France, and Italy. Going back to France next week. Planning on being in Germany of Oktoberfest next year, and I'm supposed to visit a friend in Thailand next winter. Been trying to find time to hit Scandinavia soon.
Then especially after graduating people at least used to get an interrail ticket (3 weeks of going anywhere in Europe by train as you like for ~700 USD) or borrow their parent's car (you can't get a driver's license until 18 here and cars are completely and utterly prohibitively expensive for youngsters). That's in fact what my gf and I did after high school, her dad gave us her BMW 7e (my mind still boggles at that amount of trust) and we did a road trip through fennoscandia, the baltics, and so on.
As uni students, our travel was mostly concerned with single trips to continental European countries (France, Italy, Germany, Russia, etc), which are much easier to get to than overseas regions if you have a girlfriend with a fear of flying. Eventually we did a U.S. trip which is where I found out about her fear of flying and we ended up travelling back by ship, but that's a story for another day. Then I started a job in management and had to travel a lot. Yukraine, Siberia, China, U.S., U.K., Germany, bla bla bla, a pretty crazy travel schedule. Which I was really glad to get out of. These days, I'm much less interested in exploring, I just have places I like / would like to re-visit whenever we have the time - which is almost never - at the top of which is France, followed by the baltic states and Russia. Prague, the place I used to love most, has sadly been fucked up pretty badly by British stag tourists and it's better to just "visit" it in memory only. I’m from the US. Travel is a huge interest of mine, and I travel quite frequently. Been to Europe 7 times, Asia 5 times, 2 Latin American (Mexico and Colombia) countries, Australia once, the Caribbean once (Cayman islands) and Canada once. Most of my trips to Europe and Asia have been to multiple countries at a time. So far I have been to 38 countries. I have been lucky that the company I work at has given me an above average (for the US) amount of time off. I've been to New York and various parts of Spain, Italy, Scotland, England, Holland and Poland so far. To be fair it's cheap and a short flight from Ireland, or anywhere in Europe, to anywhere else in Europe. I'm spoilt. The trip.to NY cost a bomb. Otherwise I would travel to the USA more often. Probably part of the reason you haven't traveled so much yet. I don't think women are any more widely traveled than men over here. I find the differences in how people do things in other countries and how they relate to each other the interesting part of traveling.

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How old are you, how many countries have you been to and what's your most memorable travelling experience?

I'm 43 and have been to 175 countries (started traveling mostly at age 26). I've had so many it's hard to pick out just one memorable trip, but my trip to Paraguay ended up being pretty interesting. I was wandering around the Presidental Palace area in Asuncion overlooking the slums below. There was a guy playing ball with his kid below and we started talking. Eventually he invites me down and showed me all around the neighborhood, met his parents, wife and other kids. They took me all through the barrio that normally you would never visit. Their house/shack was extremely basic with just a single naked bulb for light at night. I sent them a box of blankets/toys/etc when I got home but never heard back from them. Also on the same trip, I was on a bus back to Asuncion and was sitting next to a blonde white girl. Turns out she was a local (German descent) and spoke German, Guarani, Spanish but little English. We talked for hours on the bus (in Spanish). When we got to Asuncion she found out someone had nicked her bag with her insulin in it. The most memorable story I've had was giving a card with the address to my hotel on it to my cab driver in Bangkok around 7:00 PM. He didn't speak a lot of English so it took me a while to figure out that he had no idea where he was going. I went to Thailand during monsoon season so it was pouring so hard the streets were flooding. He drove us to a place I hadn't been to, got out, and consulted under an umbrella with his friend about where the address was. When he got back in, he had dropped the card or left it with the friend and he continued to drive around, looking for the hotel. I'm 18 and I've been to 11 countries, most Asian countries were a bit dull for me personally but I really enjoyed Japan and Taiwan as well as northern Thailand. In America favorite places were San Francisco on the west coast and Washington DC on the east. My most memorable experience was at the fish markets in Tokyo one of the fishmongers let me hold a sword (knife?) over an absolutely huge tuna that I can only assume would be worth a few thousand dollars at the very least, possibly even tens of thousands.
My most memorable experience happened in at the Pyramids of Giza. I was travelling with my parents then. Anyway, there was a group of Egyptian school children (aged 10-12) visiting the pyramids too and they were a rowdy bunch. One of them was particularly rowdy. He started making faces at my parents and shouting stuff in Arabic. We ignored him, chucked it up to kids being kids. Anyway, his teacher comes up behind him and then SWAK! He hits the kid on the head. We were so shocked. I've seen people spank their kids before, but never on the head. And as far as I'm concerned no teacher has the right to hit a kid. I guess the teacher noticed us glaring at him right after he hit the kid because he looked ashamed afterwards. Hopefully he stopped hitting kids after that.

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What countries would you like to visit?

Netherlands, Jamaica (again), France, Canada, Antigua and Barbuda, Bahamas, Barbados, Brazil, Colombia, Costa Rica, Croatia, Cuba, Dominican republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Ghana, Greece, Guyana, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Nigeria, Philippines, Saint Lucia, Samoa, Spain, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, United Kingdom and Venezuela. Are the countries I would love to visit.
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