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With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

Hipsters With Airpods wrote:Today's topic for discussion

With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

Anywhere in UK or Australia I would pick.

Hipsters With Airpods wrote:Today's topic for discussion

With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

I would stay in the US and tour the Southwest US area, New Mexico/Arizona specifically.

Hipsters With Airpods wrote:Today's topic for discussion

With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

I would love to travel to Australia or Japan, however I don't know Japanese so I would be more lenient towards Australia.

Hipsters With Airpods wrote:Today's topic for discussion

With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

Japan. It is a very interesting country with a distinct culture, mixing west and east. I always wanted to visit but have never gotten there.

I am terrible at Japanese but I did visit Cuba and were terrible at Spanish too and that went well.

interesting! I would go back to Germany and explore the southern parts.

Odin-land wrote:Hello!

I'd love to travel to Sri Lanka,Thailand and Singapore.Thailand is a lovely paradise, and it's beaches are mesmerising and it's city life is so nice.I would pick Sri Lanka too, it is also wonderful.Singapore is also nice with its tall skyscrapers.But it lacks in natural beauty.But Malaysia , is also nice but it is not on my list ,due to its strict rules.

Alpha Wolf wrote:Anywhere in UK or Australia I would pick.

I used to stay in USA 12 years back.Also after this pandemic is over , I would first visit Chennai city in India then foreign countries.Chennai city is just 6 km away from my home , I live on the outskirts of the city.I could visit Phoenix Mall in Chennai city ,along with visiting the Marina Beach. Or I would visit Parry's Corner in Chennai to see the old Gothic buildings of the Colonial era of India.Or maybe the Esplanade area in Chennai.Ah!, I forgot AVM studios , how can I forget AVM studios , which is an important landmark of Chennai. Or maybe catch a ride at the city' s metro train.

Hipsters With Airpods wrote:Today's topic for discussion

With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

Lithuania (aka Litty city). Vilnius has lots of cool old buildings, museums and their food is godly.

Rughzhenhaide wrote:Lithuania (aka Litty city). Vilnius has lots of cool old buildings, museums and their food is godly.

It is on my list too, it is pretty embarrassing that I never been there, it isn't even that far or expensive.

Hipsters With Airpods wrote:Today's topic for discussion

With COVID not being a factor in this scenario, pick a country to travel around for one week. why would you go there?

Probably Japan. I have been fascinated by its culture for years.

Hey there guys, I quit playing modern Combat Versus a day ago, there are a lot of bots in Modern Combat Versus, and it's player count os declining day by day.The updates too, are not frequent and there are very few human players too.

It's so disheartening to see that my school is continuously giving threats to parents who did not pay school fees.There many guys in my school whose parents have lost their jobs.Still the school is threatening them to pay the fees.Some parents are facing salary cuts.Many parents still pay the school fees and the school is not satisfied, they want more.But the school is not supposed to force them to pay the fees.It will take some time for the parents to get back to their lost job.

Rughzhenhaide wrote:Fellow weebs?

I guess. I've been active in most of the Japanese regions over the years.

The Socialist Republic of Astrakhan wrote:It's so disheartening to see that my school is continuously giving threats to parents who did not pay school fees.There many guys in my school whose parents have lost their jobs.Still the school is threatening them to pay the fees.Some parents are facing salary cuts.Many parents still pay the school fees and the school is not satisfied, they want more.But the school is not supposed to force them to pay the fees.It will take some time for the parents to get back to their lost job.[spoiler=-Snip-]

So many governmental bodies, schools, businesses, and individuals are suffering due to the Covid pandemic. Everybody has expenses, but are dealing with a lack of income to pay for those expenses.

Why do they still let Imperium Anglorum (co)author WA proposals, like holy crap.

Its great when justice is delivered to a bad bad nation.

Apostate wrote:I would stay in the US and tour the Southwest US area, New Mexico/Arizona specifically.

I was born in New Mexico and lived there for 10 years, and I must say it's pretty nice when you can just see several miles away without any major obstructions, and the mountains in Northern New Mexico are pretty nice. That being said, the state government is a dumpster fire, the governor is not someone anyone should like living under.

Also, Albuquerque, where I lived, has some serious crime problems

Rughzhenhaide wrote:Why do they still let Imperium Anglorum (co)author WA proposals, like holy crap.

the fact they're still WA secretary of a region amazes me

The United Federation of Amestris wrote:I was born in New Mexico and lived there for 10 years, and I must say it's pretty nice when you can just see several miles away without any major obstructions, and the mountains in Northern New Mexico are pretty nice. That being said, the state government is a dumpster fire, the governor is not someone anyone should like living under.

Also, Albuquerque, where I lived, has some serious crime problems

Good to know. I was thinking def surburban rural visit for sure. I heard santa fe and environs is nice

The United Federation of Amestris wrote:I was born in New Mexico and lived there for 10 years, and I must say it's pretty nice when you can just see several miles away without any major obstructions, and the mountains in Northern New Mexico are pretty nice. That being said, the state government is a dumpster fire, the governor is not someone anyone should like living under.

Also, Albuquerque, where I lived, has some serious crime problems

I was just in NM. It is soooooo underdeveloped. It felt like I was in a 3rd world country. The roads are horrible everywhere you go, even when I stopped in one of the "nicer" areas of NM there was a homeless gang or a woman of the night on every other corner.

Really? Wow thats horrible

Puetavisa wrote:I was just in NM. It is soooooo underdeveloped. It felt like I was in a 3rd world country. The roads are horrible everywhere you go, even when I stopped in one of the "nicer" areas of NM there was a homeless gang or a woman of the night on every other corner.

It's the same in Tamil Nadu State, which is where I live. Tamil Nadu also has a government, that boasts of its achievements at the last minute. The Chief Minister , who is the equivalent of the American state governor , is implementing decisions at the last minute to win the elections. Tamil Nadu State election has been announced at April 2021by the Election Commission .Elections to Assam, West Bengal and the Union Territory of Pondicherry are also announced too .The Chief Minister faces an anti incumbency test. The Chief Minister of Pondicherry lost hold of the government after , being defeated in a no confidence motion. Pondicherry is currently under the President's rule after being declared by the lieutenant Governor of Pondicherry.

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