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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #45 on: June 12, 2020, 04:15:05 pm »
I do.

My family has visited Europe on three trips (UK, France, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Czechia, Slovakia and Switzerland), and I visited Southern Maine and Cape Cod during the summer as a kid.

I've also driven along the Northeast Corridor down to Virginia many times, mainly for non-vacation purposes. I also visited Chicago once, and Pittsburgh for a conference representing my uni.

My family also took vacations in the Carribean during the winter (Puerto Rico).

My grandparents recently bought a house in Quebec, Canada.

I was also going to travel to Israel this summer before Covid happened.

All in all, I have to say that I've traveled a lot, but I don't know my own country well. I've been to Europe many times now, and I have to say I'm not a big fan. I'm probably the first naturist who hates Europe. I feel that Europe is overrated among American tourists, and I think that there is so much in the US and Canada that I still have yet to see. I want to see the Grand Canyon, San Francisco, Yellowstone, Miami, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Nova Scotia.

All in all, what I'm saying is I love traveling but I don't really want to go abroad. Growing up in the Northeast Corridor, I feel like I haven't truly gotten to know North America and all it has to offer. I want to get to know this continent, as I love it and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

Although, I would love to go to Australia and New Zealand.
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #46 on: June 12, 2020, 07:55:33 pm »
I've never left the UK, so for all family holidays we tend to go to places which are different to where we live. Last year we went to North Wales, where I climbed Snowdon and took many photos.

I think that's the thing I enjoy the most about travelling - taking photos, experiencing different surroundings, cultures, and scenery.

The travelling is the worst bit though because being folded up in the backseat of the car for 6 hours each way isn't much fun. Still well worth the experiences though.

I've attached my favourite photo from Wales, which was taken halfway up Snowdon. It's things like that which makes travelling to new places worthwhile for me...

Thats an awesome picture! What are some other places around the UK that you've been to?
I've been to:

Cornwall (Truro, Kynance Cove, Penryn, St. Ives, Falmouth, Eden Project, Saint Michael's Mount, etc.)

Derbyshire (Matlock, Heights Of Abraham, Blue John Caverns, Matlock Bath, High Tor, etc.)

N. Wales (Anglesey, Holyhead, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Porthmadog, Ffestiniog, etc.)

Birmingham, Cambridge, London, and places closer to home and likely places I can't remember.

I was hoping to go to the Yorkshire Moors this year, but the pandemic decided it'd strike a line through that plan...

You've been to quite a bit of places! Which ones are your favourite? To me, Cornwall seems really amazing!
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #47 on: June 12, 2020, 10:49:01 pm »
I've never left the UK, so for all family holidays we tend to go to places which are different to where we live. Last year we went to North Wales, where I climbed Snowdon and took many photos.

I think that's the thing I enjoy the most about travelling - taking photos, experiencing different surroundings, cultures, and scenery.

The travelling is the worst bit though because being folded up in the backseat of the car for 6 hours each way isn't much fun. Still well worth the experiences though.

I've attached my favourite photo from Wales, which was taken halfway up Snowdon. It's things like that which makes travelling to new places worthwhile for me...

Thats an awesome picture! What are some other places around the UK that you've been to?
I've been to:

Cornwall (Truro, Kynance Cove, Penryn, St. Ives, Falmouth, Eden Project, Saint Michael's Mount, etc.)

Derbyshire (Matlock, Heights Of Abraham, Blue John Caverns, Matlock Bath, High Tor, etc.)

N. Wales (Anglesey, Holyhead, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Porthmadog, Ffestiniog, etc.)

Birmingham, Cambridge, London, and places closer to home and likely places I can't remember.

I was hoping to go to the Yorkshire Moors this year, but the pandemic decided it'd strike a line through that plan...

You've been to quite a bit of places! Which ones are your favourite? To me, Cornwall seems really amazing!

Cornwall was really great. It was nice to be able to see my feet through the sea water, where I live, the water is really dirty-looking from the particles.

Wales was great too because the scenery was beautiful. It was also nice because there was lots of culture and a different language to hear other than English. Also, the place we stayed in was cosy, and the beds were comfortable.

Derbyshire was also great because of the waterfalls, hills, and photogenic scenery. Also, that was the first time I had been on holiday, so it was memorable for that too.

All three of them are my favourites. They individually had pros and cons over each other, but were all equally great in their own ways.

The other places I had only been to on day trips or conventions. My favourite from them is definitely London, because there's all these things to do, and it's far more interesting than the flat countryside near where I live.

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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #48 on: June 13, 2020, 07:07:52 am »
Naturist or Non naturist, I think traveling is one of my biggest hobbies. I love to experience new cultures and learn about the people who live in other places. Where are your favourite places to tavel?
I love travel too, but I travel few times

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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #49 on: June 13, 2020, 11:06:32 am »
I've never left the UK, so for all family holidays we tend to go to places which are different to where we live. Last year we went to North Wales, where I climbed Snowdon and took many photos.

I think that's the thing I enjoy the most about travelling - taking photos, experiencing different surroundings, cultures, and scenery.

The travelling is the worst bit though because being folded up in the backseat of the car for 6 hours each way isn't much fun. Still well worth the experiences though.

I've attached my favourite photo from Wales, which was taken halfway up Snowdon. It's things like that which makes travelling to new places worthwhile for me...

Thats an awesome picture! What are some other places around the UK that you've been to?
I've been to:

Cornwall (Truro, Kynance Cove, Penryn, St. Ives, Falmouth, Eden Project, Saint Michael's Mount, etc.)

Derbyshire (Matlock, Heights Of Abraham, Blue John Caverns, Matlock Bath, High Tor, etc.)

N. Wales (Anglesey, Holyhead, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Porthmadog, Ffestiniog, etc.)

Birmingham, Cambridge, London, and places closer to home and likely places I can't remember.

I was hoping to go to the Yorkshire Moors this year, but the pandemic decided it'd strike a line through that plan...

You've been to quite a bit of places! Which ones are your favourite? To me, Cornwall seems really amazing!

Cornwall was really great. It was nice to be able to see my feet through the sea water, where I live, the water is really dirty-looking from the particles.

Wales was great too because the scenery was beautiful. It was also nice because there was lots of culture and a different language to hear other than English. Also, the place we stayed in was cosy, and the beds were comfortable.

Derbyshire was also great because of the waterfalls, hills, and photogenic scenery. Also, that was the first time I had been on holiday, so it was memorable for that too.

All three of them are my favourites. They individually had pros and cons over each other, but were all equally great in their own ways.

The other places I had only been to on day trips or conventions. My favourite from them is definitely London, because there's all these things to do, and it's far more interesting than the flat countryside near where I live.

Thats really awesome! Do people like to swim in the water around the UK? It seems like it would be pretty cold, maybe not in summer though.
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #50 on: June 13, 2020, 11:07:23 am »
Naturist or Non naturist, I think traveling is one of my biggest hobbies. I love to experience new cultures and learn about the people who live in other places. Where are your favourite places to travel?
I love travel too, but I travel few times

Im sure as you get older, you will be able to travel more frequently if that is what you want to do.
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #51 on: June 13, 2020, 01:53:59 pm »
Naturist or Non naturist, I think traveling is one of my biggest hobbies. I love to experience new cultures and learn about the people who live in other places. Where are your favourite places to travel?
I love travel too, but I travel few times

Im sure as you get older, you will be able to travel more frequently if that is what you want to do.

I think the same

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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #52 on: June 13, 2020, 08:53:31 pm »
I've never left the UK, so for all family holidays we tend to go to places which are different to where we live. Last year we went to North Wales, where I climbed Snowdon and took many photos.

I think that's the thing I enjoy the most about travelling - taking photos, experiencing different surroundings, cultures, and scenery.

The travelling is the worst bit though because being folded up in the backseat of the car for 6 hours each way isn't much fun. Still well worth the experiences though.

I've attached my favourite photo from Wales, which was taken halfway up Snowdon. It's things like that which makes travelling to new places worthwhile for me...

Thats an awesome picture! What are some other places around the UK that you've been to?
I've been to:

Cornwall (Truro, Kynance Cove, Penryn, St. Ives, Falmouth, Eden Project, Saint Michael's Mount, etc.)

Derbyshire (Matlock, Heights Of Abraham, Blue John Caverns, Matlock Bath, High Tor, etc.)

N. Wales (Anglesey, Holyhead, Llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Porthmadog, Ffestiniog, etc.)

Birmingham, Cambridge, London, and places closer to home and likely places I can't remember.

I was hoping to go to the Yorkshire Moors this year, but the pandemic decided it'd strike a line through that plan...

You've been to quite a bit of places! Which ones are your favourite? To me, Cornwall seems really amazing!

Cornwall was really great. It was nice to be able to see my feet through the sea water, where I live, the water is really dirty-looking from the particles.

Wales was great too because the scenery was beautiful. It was also nice because there was lots of culture and a different language to hear other than English. Also, the place we stayed in was cosy, and the beds were comfortable.

Derbyshire was also great because of the waterfalls, hills, and photogenic scenery. Also, that was the first time I had been on holiday, so it was memorable for that too.

All three of them are my favourites. They individually had pros and cons over each other, but were all equally great in their own ways.

The other places I had only been to on day trips or conventions. My favourite from them is definitely London, because there's all these things to do, and it's far more interesting than the flat countryside near where I live.

Thats really awesome! Do people like to swim in the water around the UK? It seems like it would be pretty cold, maybe not in summer though.

Yeah you get people swimming in the sea, though I've never done so myself. It's colder in the summer than it is in the winter because the sea in the winter has been warming up all summer long. Most often, you see people swimming in the summer or autumn because there's a smaller temperature delta between ambient and the sea.

Maybe I'll have to go swim in the sea this summer...

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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #53 on: June 14, 2020, 05:52:53 am »
Been very fortunate with work that I have worked on every continent except Africa and Antartica, though I have virtual workspaces at the South Pole and in Tunisia and South Africa.  Fortunately, I love being on the road and intend to travel for at least a year when the world reopens.

So where else:

Most of the highways and by ways of Australia and New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Noumea
Tahiti
Fiji
Tonga
Samoa
Indonesia
Singapore
Malaysia
Philippines
China
Japan
India
UAE
Argentina
Chile
Brasil
Venezuela
Columbia
Curacao and Bonaire
Trinidad and Tobago
St Vincent and the Grenadines
Dominca
St Lucia
St Martin
St Barts
Jamaica
US - Miami, Hawai'i, Denver, LA, San Diego and San Franscisco
Canada - Vancouver
Mexico
United Kingdom
France
Finland
Germany
Austria
Switzerland
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Italy
Slovakia
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Croatia
Slovenia
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #54 on: June 15, 2020, 03:18:46 am »
Thats really awesome! Do people like to swim in the water around the UK? It seems like it would be pretty cold, maybe not in summer though.
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Yeah you get people swimming in the sea, though I've never done so myself. It's colder in the summer than it is in the winter because the sea in the winter has been warming up all summer long. Most often, you see people swimming in the summer or autumn because there's a smaller temperature delta between ambient and the sea.

Maybe I'll have to go swim in the sea this summer...
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Oh wow I never knew that!
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #55 on: June 15, 2020, 03:19:22 am »
Been very fortunate with work that I have worked on every continent except Africa and Antartica, though I have virtual workspaces at the South Pole and in Tunisia and South Africa.  Fortunately, I love being on the road and intend to travel for at least a year when the world reopens.

So where else:

Most of the highways and by ways of Australia and New Zealand
Papua New Guinea
Solomon Islands
Noumea
Tahiti
Fiji
Tonga
Samoa
Indonesia
Singapore
Malaysia
Philippines
China
Japan
India
UAE
Argentina
Chile
Brasil
Venezuela
Columbia
Curacao and Bonaire
Trinidad and Tobago
St Vincent and the Grenadines
Dominca
St Lucia
St Martin
St Barts
Jamaica
US - Miami, Hawai'i, Denver, LA, San Diego and San Franscisco
Canada - Vancouver
Mexico
United Kingdom
France
Finland
Germany
Austria
Switzerland
Leichtenstein
Italy
Slovakia
Czechia
Hungary
Serbia
Croatia
Slovenia

Quite an impressive list!
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #56 on: June 18, 2020, 09:54:51 am »
I do.

My family has visited Europe on three trips (UK, France, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Czechia, Slovakia and Switzerland), and I visited Southern Maine and Cape Cod during the summer as a kid.

I've also driven along the Northeast Corridor down to Virginia many times, mainly for non-vacation purposes. I also visited Chicago once, and Pittsburgh for a conference representing my uni.

My family also took vacations in the Carribean during the winter (Puerto Rico).

My grandparents recently bought a house in Quebec, Canada.

I was also going to travel to Israel this summer before Covid happened.

All in all, I have to say that I've traveled a lot, but I don't know my own country well. I've been to Europe many times now, and I have to say I'm not a big fan. I'm probably the first naturist who hates Europe. I feel that Europe is overrated among American tourists, and I think that there is so much in the US and Canada that I still have yet to see. I want to see the Grand Canyon, San Francisco, Yellowstone, Miami, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Nova Scotia.

All in all, what I'm saying is I love traveling but I don't really want to go abroad. Growing up in the Northeast Corridor, I feel like I haven't truly gotten to know North America and all it has to offer. I want to get to know this continent, as I love it and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

Although, I would love to go to Australia and New Zealand.

You haven't been to any Asian countries. Trust me its a very big change from the west! If you are adventurous for food I would totally recommend my home country Malaysia as majority of us knows English. Japan is also nice but they don't speak english, they have nice public baths tho.
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #57 on: June 19, 2020, 01:15:36 pm »
I do.

My family has visited Europe on three trips (UK, France, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Czechia, Slovakia and Switzerland), and I visited Southern Maine and Cape Cod during the summer as a kid.

I've also driven along the Northeast Corridor down to Virginia many times, mainly for non-vacation purposes. I also visited Chicago once, and Pittsburgh for a conference representing my uni.

My family also took vacations in the Carribean during the winter (Puerto Rico).

My grandparents recently bought a house in Quebec, Canada.

I was also going to travel to Israel this summer before Covid happened.

All in all, I have to say that I've traveled a lot, but I don't know my own country well. I've been to Europe many times now, and I have to say I'm not a big fan. I'm probably the first naturist who hates Europe. I feel that Europe is overrated among American tourists, and I think that there is so much in the US and Canada that I still have yet to see. I want to see the Grand Canyon, San Francisco, Yellowstone, Miami, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Nova Scotia.

All in all, what I'm saying is I love traveling but I don't really want to go abroad. Growing up in the Northeast Corridor, I feel like I haven't truly gotten to know North America and all it has to offer. I want to get to know this continent, as I love it and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

Although, I would love to go to Australia and New Zealand.

You haven't been to any Asian countries. Trust me its a very big change from the west! If you are adventurous for food I would totally recommend my home country Malaysia as majority of us knows English. Japan is also nice but they don't speak english, they have nice public baths tho.

Is there much naturism in Malaysia?
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #58 on: July 08, 2020, 10:57:19 am »
I do.

My family has visited Europe on three trips (UK, France, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Czechia, Slovakia and Switzerland), and I visited Southern Maine and Cape Cod during the summer as a kid.

I've also driven along the Northeast Corridor down to Virginia many times, mainly for non-vacation purposes. I also visited Chicago once, and Pittsburgh for a conference representing my uni.

My family also took vacations in the Carribean during the winter (Puerto Rico).

My grandparents recently bought a house in Quebec, Canada.

I was also going to travel to Israel this summer before Covid happened.

All in all, I have to say that I've traveled a lot, but I don't know my own country well. I've been to Europe many times now, and I have to say I'm not a big fan. I'm probably the first naturist who hates Europe. I feel that Europe is overrated among American tourists, and I think that there is so much in the US and Canada that I still have yet to see. I want to see the Grand Canyon, San Francisco, Yellowstone, Miami, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Nova Scotia.

All in all, what I'm saying is I love traveling but I don't really want to go abroad. Growing up in the Northeast Corridor, I feel like I haven't truly gotten to know North America and all it has to offer. I want to get to know this continent, as I love it and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

Although, I would love to go to Australia and New Zealand.

You haven't been to any Asian countries. Trust me its a very big change from the west! If you are adventurous for food I would totally recommend my home country Malaysia as majority of us knows English. Japan is also nice but they don't speak english, they have nice public baths tho.

Is there much naturism in Malaysia?

No unfortunately, it is a diverse country but the main religion is still Islam. Thus, it is illegal to be nude outside, and there are no nude beaches or anything.

Therefore I am very jealous of you guys who have the opportunity :D Especially since Malaysia is always hot (around 30C (86F) all year long)

Side note: Malaysia is very visitor friendly though, and everything is cheap but modern. Just look at some vlogs and you get to feel hows it like.
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Re: Does anyone else love to travel?
« Reply #59 on: July 08, 2020, 05:57:14 pm »
I do.

My family has visited Europe on three trips (UK, France, Italy, Hungary, Austria, Czechia, Slovakia and Switzerland), and I visited Southern Maine and Cape Cod during the summer as a kid.

I've also driven along the Northeast Corridor down to Virginia many times, mainly for non-vacation purposes. I also visited Chicago once, and Pittsburgh for a conference representing my uni.

My family also took vacations in the Carribean during the winter (Puerto Rico).

My grandparents recently bought a house in Quebec, Canada.

I was also going to travel to Israel this summer before Covid happened.

All in all, I have to say that I've traveled a lot, but I don't know my own country well. I've been to Europe many times now, and I have to say I'm not a big fan. I'm probably the first naturist who hates Europe. I feel that Europe is overrated among American tourists, and I think that there is so much in the US and Canada that I still have yet to see. I want to see the Grand Canyon, San Francisco, Yellowstone, Miami, Calgary, Vancouver, Toronto, and Nova Scotia.

All in all, what I'm saying is I love traveling but I don't really want to go abroad. Growing up in the Northeast Corridor, I feel like I haven't truly gotten to know North America and all it has to offer. I want to get to know this continent, as I love it and I wouldn't want to live anywhere else.

Although, I would love to go to Australia and New Zealand.

You haven't been to any Asian countries. Trust me its a very big change from the west! If you are adventurous for food I would totally recommend my home country Malaysia as majority of us knows English. Japan is also nice but they don't speak english, they have nice public baths tho.

Is there much naturism in Malaysia?

No unfortunately, it is a diverse country but the main religion is still Islam. Thus, it is illegal to be nude outside, and there are no nude beaches or anything.

Therefore I am very jealous of you guys who have the opportunity :D Especially since Malaysia is always hot (around 30C (86F) all year long)

Side note: Malaysia is very visitor friendly though, and everything is cheap but modern. Just look at some vlogs and you get to feel hows it like.

Ill look into it!

Its unfortunate though that despite the perfect environment, there aren't naturist activities in Malaysia. I feel like I have hear there are lots of pretty beaches too.

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