All Expense Paid Vacation Ideas

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I’d either head to the middle east and see Egypt, the far east and hit Thailand, or my final choice would be South Africa for a safari!

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I enjoyed Australia in my 20’s but after the China virus, I don’t think travel would be as enjoyable. I’d rather have the cash now.

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Depends on what you want to see/do/experience. People? Food? Quiet? Museums?

Europe is a great place to start. Before, as my uncle would say, “the broad” took over and ruined it, I’d have said New Zealand.





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Perhaps you’re looking to get away from it all! As a certified “Bluenose” I can say for certain that the most peaceful place on the planet, is here, the North Pole. Sunshine, sea, awesome sunsets, picnics, maybe a little fishing…
Don’t consider the South Pole, too many scientists!
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Don’t try this at home, that’s a heart attack waiting to happen.
Water temperature a balmy 28 degrees!

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People would laugh but a Week in Poland would be very cool. The Poles are one of the few people in Europe that love Americans. A USAF pilot i know went there for training and he said that the people were nice and the women were stunning.

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I think I would go to the greek islands, Rhodes(only one I can name lol). I like warm weather, the sea and good food. Not much on olives though.

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Crime is bad in Brazil, Argentina and with the Venezuela problems right now it would be a pass for me.

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I was thinking more along the lines of Costa Rica or Chile.

There are dangerous places everywhere. Doesn’t mean we should all hide in our bunkers. My wife and I even somehow survived a month in Guatemala and Belize. Granted things are a little sketchier there now than when we went 8 or so years ago.

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As with going places in the US, follow the rules of stupid:
Don’t go stupid places
With stupid ppl
Doing stupid things
At stupid times

I would apply that to traveling as well.

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Dangers in travel remind me of when I went to South Korea for work – 3 miles from the DeMilitarized Zone (DMZ). My employer provided a safety rating and warnings for everywhere I would be on the trip. Ironically, the safest rating went to South Korea, and the most dangerous to Detroit!

Thank you, I sincerely appreciate the inputs. You guys have hit on several destinations I had in mind, as well as now have me internet exploring some I had not thought to consider. Fortunately (or unfortunately, depending on how you look at it) don’t intend to lock in for another 6 to 12 months because I do not feel 100% recovered from the open heart surgery I needed 6 months ago.

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Seychelles or the Maldives.

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The only disadvantage… you will need another week to recover from hangover. :wink:

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Oh yeah. I hear they drink like Russians there. They can really sock it away.

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