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    It depends. What are your interests? over 6 years ago

    Answered by Alex via Site_iconAsk a Nomad iPad app
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    I want to spend the 10 days to be refresh and clear up my mind...wanna meet people on the way, take pictures, etc. over 6 years ago

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    Definitively Argentina, even though it is better during our winter time (their summer)

    You would have city life in Buenos Aires, and great picture taking and disconnection at Iguazu and also South in Patagonia.... over 6 years ago

    • Argentina...yes! that's the place i'm looking for...cheers! Jason Tse over 6 years ago
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    Almost impossible to give advice - there are so many great places. :-) Personally I could mention Italy (loved Milan and Parma, for instance), Canada, Washington, Dubrovnik + Monte Negro, Paris is cool and so on... as Alex says, it all depends on your interests. And I may add, maybe also on how far you want to/can travel and what you can afford. over 6 years ago

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    Hi Jason,
    If you like historical facts then Europe is a good place to visit because of the Roman Empire's influence. However, the people that runs the retail outlets have 3rd world mentality. They have no ethics. Be prepared to be "fleeced" .
    I would strongly recommend you to spend your time in the USA because firstly, language is no barrier. Secondly, the things you buy are more often than not, value for money. The Americans have shown that they are an honest lot in their business dealings be it in food or consumer wares. They are genuinely warm and friendly. Thirdly, you will definitely and surely enjoy your vacation in the USA and it will be money and time well spent. over 6 years ago

    Answered by Stephen via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Paris. No doubt about that. You can use it as a hub and get to other places but Paris is great by itself. over 6 years ago

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    Thank you everyone for your great ideas...I know have a better idea!! over 6 years ago

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    Jamaica and Barbados are great places to travel to. These countries have a package to fit and budget. http://rafeeq.doomby.com over 6 years ago

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    I just visited Amsterdam and would recommend a visit there. You can walk or bike around the city (which I recommend). Also, it wasn't as expensive as London or Paris. over 6 years ago

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    • I heard Amsterdam is a great place too! I'll definitely shortlist that. Thanks! Jason Tse over 6 years ago
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    Bhutan. If you want a real adventure, waaaay off the beaten track, then go alone and get a good guide. You'll have an unbelievable adventure! over 6 years ago

    • Is going into Bhutan as strict as going into Tibet? Jason Tse over 6 years ago
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    For me travelling alone means meeting new and local peoples ... So far east is the best oportunity for that ... And for me , far east means thailand , Vietnam and cambodia .. Because you can still feel and live to authenticity , warm welcome of the far east culture ..

    You can taste delicious local food , relax your body and mind with the traditional massage culture and therapies , having fun with local peoples ....

    İf you need more information , i can always give you more tips ..... over 6 years ago

    • Thanks Mehmet, however I'm an Indonesian and I wanna get out of Southeast Asian countries and possibly out of the Asia continent for a change, but thank you for your advice! Jason Tse over 6 years ago
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    No, Bhutan doesn't have quite the political sensitivity of Tibet and China. However, you can't travel truly independently, you have to have it organised for you through an authorised local agency. When I was there last year we had a couple of guides from JoJo's Adventures, and although I usually travel independently I couldn't recommend the two guides we had highly enough. Truly above and beyond what it'd have been reasonable to expect! over 6 years ago

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    Hey Jason, I would recommend thinking about southeast Asia as well. You'll hardly feel alone (if that is something you're worried about) - the locals are friendly as well as the backpackers. My personal favorites were Cambodia and Laos. over 6 years ago

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    Try meteora, greece! over 6 years ago

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    10 days is actually a good break, so i would go for something out of the ordinary to get me out of my comfort zone... maybe a ski trip to New Zealand or south-eastern Australia.... over 6 years ago

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    I votee for Vietnam, Cambodia & Laos

    Annie over 6 years ago

    Answered by Anne via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Once again thank u for all your suggestions...but I'm opting out of southeast Asia...I'm Indonesian and I'm going to Vietnam this nov...my final verdict goes to Argentina...but this can change too, so keep the ideas flowing in! over 6 years ago

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    I would go to a big city and stay in a hostel. This way you meet people all around the world and you don't feel lonely. I have spent a week alone in New York and 10 days in Buenos Aires as well. Both times I was very fortunate. There are so much to do in these places and so much to take pictures. I think Paris would be a good place, too. over 6 years ago

    Answered by Samira via Site_iconWorldNomads.com
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    Thailand...lands of backpacker: the easier way to meet people on the road over 6 years ago

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