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Question: How Many Countries Have You Visited (Ex USA)? :: Total Votes:59
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0 4  [6.78%]
1 to 10 37  [62.71%]
11 to 20 7  [11.86%]
21 to 50 9  [15.25%]
51 to 100 1  [1.69%]
101 to 150 0  [0.00%]
151 to 195 0  [0.00%]
196!!! 1  [1.69%]
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Rumidude's post got me curious as to how widely-traveled we are?   Outside of our own US of A -- how many countries have you visited?

And what constitutes a country?  For this purpose, a country is counted if is one of the 193 listed in the UN -- or any of the three additional listed below:

o  Kosovo
o  Palestine
o  Vatican City

Oh, airport transits don't count!  :D


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How is this different than the other poll? Incomplete poll.
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Brazil, Mexico, Guatemala.   I would travel much more if time and finances allowed.

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Not enough!  

Canada
Mexico
England
Ireland
France

But, my travels tend to be more nature oriented than culture oriented and as such, I still have a lot to see in our own country.


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How is this different than the other poll? Incomplete poll.

I separated out "0" -- just for you.   :D

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Does Berkeley count?
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Canada and Mexico...

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Does Berkeley count?

No.  Country implies that it's still of this world and dimension.  Berkley can make a strong case against both of those.

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Canada
Mexico
Guatemala
Honduras
El Salvador
Nicaragua
Costa Rica
Panama
Ecuador
Switzerland
France
Spain
Italy
Texas
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Texas?  Spell it Tejas and it might just qualify...  :D

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Canada, Mexico, British Virgin Islands, St Kitts, Italy, Kenya, Netherlands.  I think they all have Olympic teams, as well.  Spain is on the calendar for next Sept.

I counted the Vatican City as part of Italy, even though they do not.  How can it be a country if it doesn't have a beer?


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Yes, BVI can count for UK, as it is UK's territory.

Spain is one of my favorites!  Be sure to visit the Alhambra in the southern city of Grenada!


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Canada
France, Germany, Spain, Belgium, Netherlands, Luxembourg, Switzerland, Austria, Hungary, Czechoslovakia (back then), Monaco, Italy
Sweden, Denmark, Norway
UK
Nevis (St Kitts &), St Martin, BVI, St Lucia, Jamaica, Cayman Islands, Bahamas, Dominican Republic
Greece
Mexico, Belize, Costa Rica, Guatemala
Japan

I think some of the islands are technically territories but, frankly, living in the BVI had very little to do with living in the UK and you'll never convince a BVIslander that they live in the same country as a Caymanian.  On the other hand, I don't differentiate the Vatican from Italy.  I've probably forgotten a place or two but doubt that I'd get to the 50 mark anyway.


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...[B]ut, frankly, living in the BVI had very little to do with living in the UK...

Impressive list, Tigerfan!

You are right about the contrast, but in "country counting" -- when you visit most any inhabited piece of land, it belongs to some country or another -- and is counted as such.

As an example, it might seem strange for a foreigner who has only ever been to Guam to say that she has been to USA.  But then, it would also be illogical to travel to a United States territory and then claim to have never, ever been to the US.

So in your case, BVI counts as one country under UK.  Of course, when you do visit England or Scotland, neither would be counted again.  :)


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Why do you hate Saudi Arabia and Afghanistan and Iran and...   :p

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Canada
Mexico
Panama
Argentina
Iceland
Norway
Finland
Italia
Germany
UK
Egypt
Saudi Arabia
Tanzania

Some of this was while I was in the US Air Force


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Can't 'vote' in my own poll, but thus far, I've been to 61 countries:

Antigua and Barbuda
Bahamas
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Brunei
Cambodia
Canada
China (mainland and Taiwan)
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominica
Dominican Republic
East Timor
Egypt
France (only Paris and Martinique)
Greece
Grenada
Guatemala
Haiti
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Korea, South
Laos
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
Mongolia
Morocco
Myanmar
Nicaragua
Palestine
Panama
Philippines
Poland
Portugal (and Azores)
Russia
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Martin (Netherlands)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
San Marino
Singapore
Spain
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom (plus Gibraltar and BVI)
United States
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vietnam

I plan to visit S. America in the next two years or so.  I also hope to visit sub-Sahara Africa before I get too old and decrepit.  Now that will really jack up one's country count!  :D


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Not sure but the 52 page passports don't last all that long for me...
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Not sure but the 52 page passports don't last all that long for me...

So you're the one who ticked "50 to 100" above?   :)

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Not sure but the 52 page passports don't last all that long for me...

So you're the one who ticked "50 to 100" above?   :)

Nope, did a null as I really have no total in mind.
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Can't 'vote' in my own poll, but thus far, I've been to 61 countries:

Antigua and Barbuda
Bahamas
Bangladesh
Barbados
Belarus
Brunei
Cambodia
Canada
China (mainland and Taiwan)
Costa Rica
Cuba
Dominica
Dominican Republic
East Timor
Egypt
France (only Paris and Martinique)
Greece
Grenada
Guatemala
Haiti
India
Indonesia
Ireland
Israel
Italy
Jamaica
Japan
Jordan
Korea, South
Laos
Malaysia
Malta
Mexico
Mongolia
Morocco
Myanmar
Nicaragua
Palestine
Panama
Philippines
Poland
Portugal (and Azores)
Russia
Saint Kitts and Nevis
Saint Lucia
Saint Martin (Netherlands)
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines
San Marino
Singapore
Spain
Sri Lanka
Thailand
Trinidad and Tobago
Tunisia
Turkey
Ukraine
United Kingdom (plus Gibraltar and BVI)
United States
Uzbekistan
Vatican City
Vietnam

I plan to visit S. America in the next two years or so.  I also hope to visit sub-Sahara Africa before I get too old and decrepit.  Now that will really jack up one's country count!  :D

I can't believe you haven't been to Texas.
You really should try to get out more Ben.
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As an example, it might seem strange for a foreigner who has only ever been to Guam to say that she has been to USA.  But then, it would also be illogical to travel to a United States territory and then claim to have never, ever been to the US.

Well, I have UK, Caymans and BVI listed separately.  And I see it differently or, at least, not as simply.

MOST BVIslanders would tell you that they've "never, ever" been to the UK and would certainly never call themselves "British".  They're "BVIslanders", carry a different passport and have a specific BVI citizenship (belonger) status that's not given to the British expats living there.

Imo, the fact that the Saint Lucia is a soverign island while the BVI isn't is just a technicality.  From the perspective of a cultural visitor (i.e. "traveler"), I think the BVI, Cayman Islands, England, Scotland and Ireland are ALL different "countries".

A superset of the Olympic Nations and UN member nations would at least make more sense.  JMO.


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As an example, it might seem strange for a foreigner who has only ever been to Guam to say that she has been to USA.  But then, it would also be illogical to travel to a United States territory and then claim to have never, ever been to the US.

Well, I have UK, Caymans and BVI listed separately.  And I see it differently or, at least, not as simply.

MOST BVIslanders would tell you that they've "never, ever" been to the UK and would certainly never call themselves "British".  They're "BVIslanders", carry a different passport and have a specific BVI citizenship (belonger) status that's not given to the British expats living there.

Imo, the fact that the Saint Lucia is a soverign island while the BVI isn't is just a technicality.  From the perspective of a cultural visitor (i.e. "traveler"), I think the BVI, Cayman Islands, England, Scotland and Ireland are ALL different "countries".

A superset of the Olympic Nations and UN member nations would at least make more sense.  JMO.

And that's why we have different lists floating around.  I think I once saw a list with 260 'countries'!!    Bottom line:  we just need to use the one that makes the most sense to us.  :)

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Let's see I live in Japan but I still counted it:

Japan
China
Korea
Thailand
Singapore
Malaysia
Cambodia
Indonesia
East Timor
Kuwait
Saudi Arabia
Iraq
Bahrain
U. A. E.
Egypt
Kenya
Somalia
Djibouti
U.K.
Ireland
Italy
France
Belgium
Germany
Bosnia-Herzigovina
Turkey
Jamaica
Canada
Mexico

The "to-do" list for the next few years includes:  Nepal, New Zealand, Portugal, & hopefully Brazil for the 2014 W.C.


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Let's see...

Canada
Mexico
Costa Rica
Germany
Conch Republic
Louisiana
And...Texas!


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China,(mainlad, Macau &  Hong Kong)
Mexico
Canada
(all of listed above several times).
England
Costa Rica
Japan

If military counts:
Vietnam, Hong Kong.

And I've been to countless places in the USA Ben has never been to, such as Yosemite (more times than I could count).

Unlike Ben, I don't skip the lower page numbers of his favorite quote.

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Been to England, Ireland, Scotland, Spain, Peru, Canada, Mexico (very briefly, probably shouldn't count it), Turkey, and Greece.  I know it doesn't count as it's own country, but i've been to Puerto Rico as well--in some ways it felt like going to another country.  

 Doubt i will be visiting any more countries in the near future as finances are tighter than ever, but when we have traveled in the past we usually do it unusually cheap--stay at hostels or do couch surfing, search high and low for good plane tickets, etc.

 I'm pretty amazed at your list Ben!  My wife would probably love you just for that alone.  I affectionately call her a travel whore.  She's been to twice as many countries as i have.
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Saudi Arabia

Oh man, I wish I could get a tourist visa (or even a transit visa) without having to spend thousands on a package tour!!  :(

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Ha ha... travel whore... I love her already!   :D  Kidding aside, I hope your finances will start growing fast and furious -- and you can travel again.


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And I've been to countless places in the USA Ben has never been to, such as Yosemite (more times than I could count).

Unlike Ben, I don't skip the lower page numbers of his favorite quote.

-Don-

Tsk tsk... why compare?  :;):

Truth be told, when traveling abroad, it's culture, the arts, architecture, history, economics, politics... that captivate me.  And when traveling here at home, it's Nature.

You have been to three of the four China's.  Unfortunately, you are missing out on the friendliest and most hospitable one:  Taiwan!  A modern country to be sure, but scratch beneath the surface, and it's Chinese traditions that are still lived day to day.


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