do you like to travel?

Philippines
February 20, 2010 8:40pm CST
Are you a born traveler? Where do you like to travel? Please tell me your traveling experiences.
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5 responses
• Boston, Massachusetts
21 Feb 10
Hi Ethan, I think i am a born traveller. At an early age i was able to go to so many places where my mom brought me. i too in my third job was able to travel and visit alomost all the places in the philippines because the coverage of our project is national and it entails lots of travelings for trainings. That was a great experience. I was still single then and no worries of leaving my kids for weeks for work. when i got married, i still travel but this time more of international trips for international conferences and trainings. the last one i had was US--to work. it's almost two years. i enjoyed travelling, meeting people and learning more about their culture. i am lucky enough to be given this great opportunity to travel for free---as almost all my travels are official.
• Philippines
24 Feb 10
That's really nice. What's your work then? I thought you were in a hospital?
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• Boston, Massachusetts
28 Feb 10
you are right but i have a training consultancy part-time job. i am into training and project management. so even in my regualr job i also travel. i am lucky that i made the right choice as far as career is concerned.
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@dodo19 (42417)
• Beaconsfield, Quebec
21 Feb 10
Yes, I absolutely do think that I am a born traveler. I really love to travel. I think that, if I were able to, I'd probably traveling most of the year. However, right now that it is not possible. I hope to be able to travel a lot more someday.
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• Philippines
24 Feb 10
Why not travel now? Go to places where you want to go while you are young. You'll not appreciate it when you're old and your legs won't get you to places where you want.
• Australia
21 Feb 10
The last time I traveled somewhere was in 2008 when I went to Vietnam.I hated the plane trip there,I was air sick for most of the time.Man that was a horrible experience.Luckily I wasn't air sick on the way back,but instead I developed an allergic reaction to something.Think it was the change in temperature but I got hives on my arms and the back of my legs (man that was gross and embarrassing)
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• Philippines
24 Feb 10
Hives?! Where do you think it came from? What did you do to Vietnam anyways?
@bounce58 (17449)
• Canada
21 Feb 10
I like travelling too. I like hanging out in airports. Specially the business class lounges. Luckily, I found a job that enables me to do this. I go and visit suppliers from all over. So I get to travel some. The only lonely part is staying in hotels. Having all the amenities around, but no family to share it with.
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• Philippines
24 Feb 10
It is much fun traveling with family and friends so you could make fun of the experiences altogether. Where have you been so far?
@kaylayoe (295)
• United States
21 Feb 10
I haven't really traveled. I'm only 17 but I'd like to go to Japan and Italy and Germany! I've only been to Florida 6 or 7 times to visit my grandparents and I've been to Chicago on a trip for school. That's it though.
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• Philippines
24 Feb 10
What's stopping you to go to Japan, Italy and Germany? Make it happen when you're still young. It is much wiser to travel when you're young. You can experience lots of things while in other places. Learning things out of school will get you more ready in your life.