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desirod7
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posted 10-13-2014 06:42 AM      Profile for desirod7     Send New Private Message      Edit/Delete Post  Reply With Quote 

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LaLa
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Cool. I've been to five of them?

How about others?


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PamM
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lol LaLa - I expect there are some areas of cities in every country in the world one should avoid or 'get out'.

I've been to 8 of them Joe, but I don't think I should really count Cozumel for Mexico, Roatan for Honduras or St Petersburg, Russia - cruises visit all the time.

Pam

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I would never consider the Middle East as a place to visit.
Mexico for sure.
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been to pakistan 4x4'n the khyber pass, honduras visiting friends, russia driving around...though crazy they are, mexico obviously for a vacation and the philippines all with no problems...but then again...i'm canadian and had no issues whatsoever
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I was in Moscow, in April this year, when the Ukraine 'situation' was underway.

The locals could not have been friendlier - it's a great city. I'd go back tomorrow, if I could.


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