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Discussion in 'Bad Dog Cafe' started by Geoff738, Mar 20, 2019.
Just the good Ol' USA. I've visited a few, but never lived.
Well you know I heard you and maybe a few other folks here got around a bit so I thought I’d ask.
Although I lived in Boston for a year I was pretty young and I don’t remember it at all really. Should that still count?
Oops, forgot quote. Doesn’t really matter.
I don't think we're talking about extended stays or holidays or trips or vacations, or that time you took a train through Romania on your way to Greece.
I think the OP is asking about countries we actually lived in for a while, not countries we visited.
Two countries for me: Australia and Canada. However, I did spend 5 hours in New Zealand.
I’m an Air Force brat.
US, Mauritania, Mali, and Senegal. Spent much time in France but never made a home there.
Plenty short-term but for between six montha and nine years:
Spain. Holland. Zaire (now the DRC). Botswana.
Visited 26 countries in total. These days I can't be bothered to go any further than the next county.
Italy (v.1.0) '53 to '63
Zuid Afrika (Durban - Natal)
Zaire (Lubumbashi - Katanga)
Italy (v.2.0) '68 to 2000
Now it's Italy (v.2K), the millennial's sprawl...
Australia all my life except for:
Singapore (4 mths)
Hong Kong (2 years)
The US and Germany.
I 'lived' for less than a year in Saudi Arabia and Iraq, but I would hardly call that living.
Visited many, lived in 3. US, England and Germany.
2—Texas and Oklahoma.
Just the one. But I've been to NZ and Indonesia.
Does living in denial count? If not, just 'Murica.
I need to get a visa for some place called Jeopardy. My employer has just told me that my job's there.
2 - North Jersey and South Jersey.
Two..USA (7 States: Minnesota, Nebraska, Kansas, Colorado, New Jersey, Texas, Florida) and Germany (Heidelberg and Stuttgart).
Almost half and half now
Born in Japan (Navy Brat), USA, Louisiana, USA
do we differentiate 'survival' vs 'living'
2, Waco, TX & Denver, CO...