Where's the farthest place you've traveled to?
Asked by Jane Belanger
March 23, 2011
From La Mesa (Engineer)
I’ve been all over the world. I was on a ship. I’ve been as far as the Mediterranean and the Middle East. I’d have to say the Mediterranean was my favorite, just because I liked their food better. When I went it was wintertime, so it was really cold — but the food was still delicious.
From Linda Vista (Student)
Mexico is probably the farthest for us. [My family and I] went to Acapulco, Zihuatanejo, south of the border.
From Carlsbad (Computer Networker)
Singapore. I went there for work. I worked for Pfizer at the time and I had to go help with their data center. I was there for about ten days. It was great. I definitely looked around as much as I could. I would definitely go back.
From Ocean Beach (Photographer)
I went through Thailand, Vietnam, and Cambodia. That was pretty exotic. You know what? I just got back from the Ice Hotel in northern Sweden. Maybe that’s farther? It was cold, but awesome! You get a little diploma afterwards that tells you how cold it was outside and how cold it was inside. I’m a big traveler.
From La Mesa (Student)
I guess Austria. I was in high school and I went on this trip to Austria, Switzerland, France, and Italy. It was a lot of fun. It wasn’t with the school, but it was just for people that age. Independently, I guess the furthest places I’ve traveled is Tennessee.
From Normal Heights (Teacher)
Kyrgyzstan, in Central Asia. I was a teacher of fifth and sixth graders for parents who were volunteers and mission workers. I taught fifth- and sixth-graders in Bishkek, Kyrgyzstan. I would love to go back, but we’ll see.