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cup of tea 11:29 Fri Oct 18
Far flung places you'd like to visit and are unlikely to ever do so....
Christmas Island and seeing all the crabs

Iguaza Falls (love things like this)

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Far East Hammer 8:03 Mon Oct 21
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Bhutan - there was talk of a paid trip there last year to discuss some work being done there in the context of a project I was working on in Nepal (compare & exchange lessons etc). That talk petered out

Guyana - won a project there 2 or 3 years back, which was then cancelled.

South Pacific - Fiji or Samoa (and I don't mean just tourist resorts). Don't think I'll win anything where I get to visit, although I did do desktop review of a project for Samoa about a year back.

Patagonia.

Then I seem to have a jinx on both Ireland and Indonesia. Been down to visit both on a number of occasions, and each and every time something comes up late in the day pre-empting/ preventing the trip.

Mike Oxsaw 6:10 Mon Oct 21
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More years ago than I care to (or can, these days,) remember, I was offered and accepted a contract to do IT support in Antarctica.

They took so long sorting the paperwork out that by the time they were ready for me I was 2 months into another 6 month contract in Europe, so had to decline it.

I suspect that, being a government organisation, they were told to find the resource then apply for the funding, rather than have the funding already in place. Not a location I'd consider going to now - not even just to tick the box..

defjam 12:50 Mon Oct 21
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Far Cough 5:51 - Yes but not actually drove it to drive it...If you know what I mean.
I've driven lots of it sections whilst storm chasing so not a planned route.

joe royal 7:10 Sun Oct 20
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I’ve done the odd road trip.

Hiring a car in jan from Delhi for a 3 week tour of India.

If I can manage Ilford lane it should be a doddle.

Far Cough 5:51 Sun Oct 20
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def, you done route 66 surely?

defjam 5:09 Sun Oct 20
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So you like a canal then?
Well I've never heard of anyone else doing that many so fair play, anyone who does things like that gets a thumbs up.

I guess on a similar vein but driving I've driven the Pacific Coast Highway, The Great Ocean Road, The North Coast 500, The Ring Road, Iceland...some of the greatest road trips in the world.

Far Cough 4:25 Sun Oct 20
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This might be unique, I've been down the Suez canal but only southbound also the Panama canal both ways along with the Kiel canal and the Corinth canal

defjam 4:22 Sun Oct 20
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FC - Good work son!

RBshorty 4:20 Sun Oct 20
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Everest. Just to the base camp. Reckon I’ve only got a few years left before the ankles go.

Far Cough 4:19 Sun Oct 20
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I've done every continent except Australia and Antarctica

defjam 4:14 Sun Oct 20
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Far flung?
Antarctica.
Hopefully get to do do South America as well then I've done all the continents.

Also the Arctic and Greenland.

I was meant to be in the U.S now doing 'Fall' photos but have a few hospital appts so that scuppered that trip.

Done 38 states in the U.S and planned to do another 9 this trip which would have left Hawaii, Alaska and Florida!

Norman 10:35 Sun Oct 20
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Alaska

gph 2:26 Sun Oct 20
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"don't like Brazilians"

Me neither. Why do women go through all that pain and expense to render themselves unattractive to me?

Actually, I'd prefer if you didn't answer that...

El Scorchio 4:35 Sat Oct 19
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Pripyat

tr3bor 3:17 Sat Oct 19
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Foulness



Hahahaha

tr3bor 3:14 Sat Oct 19
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Kamchatka

jakehammer 3:09 Sat Oct 19
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Thanks mashed.

lowermarshhammer 1:37 Sat Oct 19
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I would love to walk from Fort William to Cape Wrath, it takes about three weeks and is proper hardcore wilderness for several days at a stretch.

Knees are getting a bit creaky now and not sure if I'll ever do it.

Sydney_Iron 12:30 Sat Oct 19
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Scotland

Eerie Descent 12:26 Sat Oct 19
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Lertie Button 10:34 Fri Oct 18

I always find the biggest bellends in life are the sort of people who proclaim a foreign city as their 'second home'. The same sort who have a favourite coffee bean.

It's not your second home, you are nothing more than tourist money to the locals, who wipe their genitals on the rim of your pina colada glass before giving you a fake smile.

eusebiovic 12:08 Sat Oct 19
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I would love to do a proper tour of Japan

The less inhabited beautiful north with the forests, lakes and mountains interests me more than the metropolises like Tokyo or Kyoto though. I want to see traditional Japan!

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