Travel for several months
8 Aug 09
Hey there. In 2007 I spent a year in South Korea and really enjoyed the unique Asian culture and way of life. It was so interesting and different to anything I have ever expereinced. I have seen many of the 'western' countries but am now intrigued to see more of Asia. I would love to go to South East Asia, Cambodia, Vietnam, Laos and Thailand in paricular. I want to immerse myself in cultures, languages, landscapes, politics and traditions that are completely differnt to the comfort I am used to in the West. Whilst living in Korea I dveloped an interest in Buddhism and this is something I feel i could explore further in South East Asia. What about you? Where would you go?
• United Kingdom
8 Aug 09
I would love to visit South America and there are more than enough interesting places to keep me busy sightseeing for months. It would be amazing if I could go to Cartagena de Indies, Rio de Janeiro and Machu Picchu. I am learning Spanish so traveling in Colombia and Peru would be ideal for me. Yes, the culture and traditions in Asia are fascinating. So far I have been to Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Hong Kong and the Maldives. Were you working in Korea? I heard about a couple that worked as English teachers and they often popped over to the Philippines.
17 Aug 09
I would love to travel for 2 or 3 months, I think that could be really interesting. If I had the chance to travel for a couple of months I would spend the time in Asia. There are a lot of countries that I would like to visit, so it would be really hard for me to choose where to go. It has always been one of my dreams to visit India, and I would also like to visit Nepal, Bangladesh and Pakistan. I would really like to spend more 3 months travelling aorund in those countries. It could also be very interesting to visit countries China, Japan, South Korea, the Phillipines, Malaysia, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia.
• United States
10 Aug 09
I would love to spend that much time just traveling across the United States. The United States has so many different types of terrains, and so many things to see and do. Although I have been to about 41 different states, there is still so much I haven't gotten a chance to see and do. And I would also love to go back to some of the places that I have been. It always seems when you are on vacation, there is not enough time to see and do everything that you would like to. Interesting discussion! Hope you have a wonderful day!
• Hong Kong
10 Aug 09
two to three months.. that would be like a dream.. and i'd definitely try to expose myself to as much local culture in different locations as i could. It sounds incredible but honestly it must cost so so much.. I'd make stops in asia( japan.. korea.. malaysia.. vietnam) for like 2 weeks or so then to australia for like a week.. maybe 4 days.. stop by samoa/fiji for a couple days then briefly go over the US ( like california ). This all together should be the first month.. then I would head down through central america as much as i can and hit south america.. spend around three weeks just seeing all of it.. finally I would fly from South America to Africa.. spend around 2 weeks in africa on land across from west to east.. and then all the way up through egypt up to europe and see all of mainland europe for the last part of the month.. and end up in Hong Kong ( where i live ) I honestly think that sounds amazing but i'd probably give up half way or quit like.. a month into it or so..