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Awezie Awezie 26-30, M 10 Answers Dec 26, 2013 in Travel

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Inuvik.

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I have never heard of that place before. I just googled it, thanks for the help. It seems like a small town, which I like. I like small peaceful places :-)

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So you wanna travel outside of the USA? I have only been to Ireland, and it was several years ago. It was one of the most exciting, and awesome experiences I have had so far in my life. It was so green, and beautiful. I really want to go back, now that I actually have the ability to sleep anywhere, anytime. Then I can catch up on sleep from jet lag faster. I really love Ireland though. So I'd say go to Ireland.

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Thanks for the advice and yes I want to travel outside of the USA. I have never been outside the US before.

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Yeah, I've only travelled to Ireland (outside of the USA). And it was so green everywhere and really awesome. And just a lot of fun. If you ever go there, go to Dublin University and see the book of kells. It's like pre-bible sort of lol.

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:-) awesome! Will do. I'm trying to make 2014 a year of exploration and learning.

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That's awesome! If I had the money, and time, I would totally do it too! :)

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That's the only thing I'm missing right now.... Money! I'm trying to save, hopefully I can.

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Anywhere in europe

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Go to the UK.

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The Uk is one of the places on the top of my list. I'm definitely thinking about it. Thanks for the help

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Sydney Australia

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If this is your first time I would stick to English speaking places closer to home. Rather than go abroad, what about different states? A road trip would be simple to organise and you wouldn't need a passport.

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Yea I thought about that. I'm thinking of maybe taking a road trip next summer. I don't know where yet, I live in Washington DC.

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