Do you travel locally or overseas during your holidays?

New Zealand
January 21, 2007 8:34pm CST
As a family, our preference is international travel. I will rate the responses. Thanks.
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@ashjoe76 (1434)
• India
5 Mar 07
I would love to travel overseas for my vacations, but my earnings don't allow me that. I am from India, so I make it a point to visit a new place every year, and there is no shortage for that in India. I try to understand this complex culture through fragemnts!
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• New Zealand
7 Mar 07
You do have a huge and complex country - very much a tapestry of cultures. We have enjoyed travelling in India. Perhaps in the future, opportunities will arise for you to travel. Cheers!
@lauriefnp (5112)
• United States
3 Mar 07
I have never traveled Internationally, unless you call going from NY state to Canada (20 minutes away) or to the Bahamas (which is technically another country!). I would love to travel to Africa and India someday. Those are the 2 places that I really would love to be able to spend some time. There are so many places to vacation right here in the U.S. that it is so easy to just go somewhere on the west coast for a vacation; a quick 5 hour, nonstop flight and you're there.
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• New Zealand
5 Mar 07
There is so much to see and do in the US. There is so much diversity from Alaska to the Bayou. Have been meaning to respond to your post about travel in India - will do so soon. Cheers!
• Philippines
1 Mar 07
we just travel out of town if time is limited. if we could have a grand time then we go outside of the country.
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• New Zealand
2 Mar 07
Awesome isn't it? The fact that we can travel anywhere with so much more ease than our grandparents. We are indeed fortunate to be able to do so. Cheers!
@chiquitita (1227)
• Indonesia
1 Mar 07
I should say both. And actually it depends on how long my vacation is. If I only have a few day off, I'd rather stay in the country. But if I have like 1 week off, then I'd go to overseas. Cheers!