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World Travel: What Countries have you visited

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On 9/15/2018 at 4:04 PM, ShiaMan14 said:

A lot of it depends on the weather.

You definitely want a tent of course. Then you can take sleeping bags but we prefer air mattresses. Other items include:

Mosquito repellent

Lamps (led preferably)

a good knife

Fire starter

Lots and lots of food :D

A big burqa to scare wild animals like bear :)

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World! I divorce you thrice! :D Ever since I stepped foot in the holy lands of Iraq I quit everything else. Even when I plan trips to other destinations I just end up in Iraq anyway. There's nothing like the ziyara of Ahlul Bayt a.s.! You recharge your batteries and survive a little longer in Fasadland in the West.

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I've been to a number of European and post-Soviet countries. One of the most interesting was Azerbaijan.  Since there are probably many Iranians on this website, have any been to Azerbaijan?

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On 3/20/2017 at 8:14 PM, Mohamed1993 said:

Africa; Tanzania (origin), Kenya, Egypt and South Africa

Europe: UK. Also, Zurich, Rome, Dublin and Amsterdam airports.

North America: US (currently live) & Canada

Asia: india, UAE, Oman, Turkey, Syria, Iran, Iraq. Also Doha and Manama airports. 

Best countries: Of course nothing beats home, but I loved South Africa. I didn't get to see much of Iran, Iraq and Syria other than the shrines. I like the West Coast in America, not so much a fan of the East, too cold. 

I have been to South Africa too and I think it was one of the most beautiful countries I have ever seen.  We just were in Cape Town and south of there, but I have heard that there are many other beautiful spots in the country.

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Middle East: Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Egypt

Africa: South Africa

Europe: UK, France, Germany, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Austria, Italy, Czech Republic, Hungary, Slovak Republic, and Norway.

 

Norway and South Africa were my favorite countries to visit because of the beautiful nature.

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two tourist woman from Norway (& Denmark (olanda marin)raped & beheaded by 3 agents of ISIS (Daesh) in Morocco

https://edition.cnn.com/videos/world/2018/12/23/morocco-tourists-dead-arrests-sandoval-pkg-nr-vpx.cnn

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13 People Arrested For Tourists' Beheadings In Morocco
 

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European tourists murdering in Morocco : Men with alleged ISIS ties in custody

 

Morocco  backpackers buthchered by ‘ISIS’ Terrorists in horrific beheading 

 

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2 hours ago, Klanky said:

I'm going to Oman next week, I'm excited. No Iran this year unfortunately.

Wadi Bani Khalid was one of the most beautiful serene, tranquil places I have ever experienced. I remember relaxing in the natural pools and hearing the sound of silence, surrounded by palms and mountains.

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On 10/22/2018 at 3:12 PM, Carlzone said:

World! I divorce you thrice! :D Ever since I stepped foot in the holy lands of Iraq I quit everything else. Even when I plan trips to other destinations I just end up in Iraq anyway. There's nothing like the ziyara of Ahlul Bayt (عليه السلام).! You recharge your batteries and survive a little longer in Fasadland in the West.

Just came back from Iraq again 

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On 3/21/2019 at 12:36 PM, Propaganda_of_the_Deed said:

Wadi Bani Khalid was one of the most beautiful serene, tranquil places I have ever experienced. I remember relaxing in the natural pools and hearing the sound of silence, surrounded by palms and mountains.

I went to wadi  Bani khalid and it was far from serene and silent. There were hundreds of cars parked there, and hundreds of people in and around the pools picnicking and shouting and playing. I didn't hang around in case I got stuck in a traffic jam trying to get out! It was a nice location though. 

Oman is beautiful, I'd like to go back and see more of the mountains and go to Salalah.

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8 minutes ago, Klanky said:

I went to wadi  Bani khalid and it was far from serene and silent. There were hundreds of cars parked there, and hundreds of people in and around the pools picnicking and shouting and playing. I didn't hang around in case I got stuck in a traffic jam trying to get out! It was a nice location though. 

Oman is beautiful, I'd like to go back and see more of the mountains and go to Salalah.

That's umfortunate. During my stay I used a taxi driver as a local guide, I guess we went further into the wadi away from the crowded spots. 

I too want to see the green highlands. There is a part where they speak a South Arabian "language" known as Jabbali

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Also Oman has more mosques than it has people, it's amazing. Mosques everywhere. When they all start up the call to prayer thing simultaneously the immersive surround sound effect effect is quite psychedelic. 

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1 hour ago, Diaz said:

Never traveled in my whole life. :( Inshallah once my problems are done, I will travel all over the world.

Travel is a state of mind. If you can't travel abroad, travel domestically, visit places around you and see new things.

Problems are part of life. You have to make time and save on little things to be able to travel.

Trust me, travel can be really cheap if you research ahead and choose wisely. People think you need a fortune to travel etc but that's not true.

 

Edited by Marbles

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3 hours ago, Marbles said:

Travel is a state of mind. If you can't travel abroad, travel domestically, visit places around you and see new things.

Problems are part of life. You have to make time and save on little things to be able to travel.

Trust me, travel can be really cheap if you research ahead and choose wisely. People think you need a fortune to travel etc but that's not true.

 

Thanks for this wonderful comment. :) 

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Bosnia was the best place I have been, I am yet to travel outside of Europe, but would love to visit the holy cities including Jerusalem, North and West Africa, Pakistan and somewhere in the East in Japan.

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On 7/10/2019 at 1:13 PM, Marbles said:

Adding my latest African travels...

Ethiopia
Kenya
Uganda
Rwanda
Burundi
Djibouti

Visited new European countries in August...

Belgium
Luxembourg
Greece
Croatia
Slovenia

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