Where is the furthest place that you have travelled? how did you get there?

Canada
May 9, 2007 4:53pm CST
If you are like me you have never left the continent. The only time I was not on the continent was when I was in a plane to Mexico, yup that's the furthest I've been.
4 responses
@gradyslady (4055)
• United States
19 Sep 07
By car to South Carolina. I live in Ohio, so that's a really really long drive.
@urbangirl (1461)
• Australia
13 May 07
The longest distance I have travelled from Sydney was to London - about a 23 hour flight from memory.
@maximax8 (28558)
• United Kingdom
12 May 07
I live in the UK. The furthest I have travelled is to New Zealand. Direct the quickest flight time would be about 26 hours. But I do not enjoy such long flights. I think it is lovely to enjoy stopping off. When I did that journey I flew from London to Los Angeles. I spent two weeks exploring California from sunny San Diego to stunning San Francisco. Next I flew to Papeete in French Polynesia. I spent a week on the gorgeous island of Moorea. Then I flew to the beautiful Cook islands for a week and a half. Finally I flew from there to Auckland in New Zealand. Coming home I stopped off in lovely Samoa for two weeks.
@Lindalinda (4112)
• Canada
9 May 07
I have travelled to many places in Europe but the farthest I have travelled right here in Canada was to Baffin Island in the Arctic. It is a land of stones, water and glaciers. It is also a land of wonder. It grips and fascinates you and stays in your memory for a long time. It creates a longing to go and see more of the arctic, a huge mass of land and ice that is unknown to most of us. I got there by plane from Ottawa to Iqaluit and then changed to a small plane that took me to Pangnurtang on Baffin Island. There I hiked and took some exursions by boat with Inuit guides.