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You have 2 free airline tickets. Where do you go & with whom?

You have two free airline tickets to anywhere in the world. Where would you go and whom would you bring? Why? What are important traits in a travel companion?


56 Answers

top answer by
Jeremy from Berlin

My wife will always be my travel companion. She shares the same love of traveling that I do and she love to travel non-traditionally like I do as well.

If it's right now, India. India looks captivating and enchanting. The food, the animals, the people, the architecture, I would love to experience it all. And ride an elephant.

If we get to choose the time of year, IIceland is my #1 choice. If I can only go once, I would like to go a bit earlier in the year, just so there is as much color and landscape diversity as possible.


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  1. India (country)
  2. Iceland (country)
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Darryl from Jacksonville

I know you mentioned it on the podcast (which I like by the way)  but I would take my Sister and fly to Sydney and take a cruise around New Zealand. She has been an elementary school teacher for 33 years but she is also a quadriplegic and has still built a life. This is her dream vacation/cruise. It would give me no greater joy to see her face when she learned she was going. *hugs*


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  1. Sydney (city)
  2. New Zealand (country)
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Nita from Thailand

I'd like to visit South America so would fly in to Brazil for its famed beaches and to see Cristo Redentorand then explore further south, visiting more countries in that area gradually by road. Perhaps heading to the border to be wowed by the Iguazú Falls
then on to Argentina to soak in the culture, enjoy lots of delicious Malbec, learn how to Tango,

and move further to Patagonia  Chilewould be next, to explore the Desierto de Atacama and stay at a ranch. After that we can cross the border over to Bolivia. Getting to see the Uyuni Salt Flat would be a dream, and after exploring more of Bolivia, we would head to Peru and hike the Inca trail to Machu Picchu
I'd be more than delighted to see more of Peru and going on a ceviche eating marathon!!

We would drive around so we will be seeing much more on the way, making memories and finding little moments in unexpected places.

Seems like a pretty long trip, but I will be traveling with my husband who is my best friend, so the time wouldn't matter because we have so much fun together. I mean, it's who you have by your side that matters and by my side is an awesome man! 

So, how will you be sending those tickets? ;)


Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Brazil (country)
  2. Cristo Redentor (attraction)
  3. Iguazú Falls (attraction)
  4. Argentina (country)
  5. Patagonia (Argentina) (metro area)
  6. Chile (country)
  7. Desierto de Atacama (attraction)
  8. Uyuni Salt Flat (attraction)
  9. Machu Picchu (attraction)
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answered first by
Jacey & Scott from Fort Collins

That most important trait in a travel companion is truly compatibility!  It's what most attracted me to my husband.  We like to do the same things, see the same things, be adventurous with our dining, enjoy our time, and most  importantly-we like to mix things up.  Our trips don't always have to be the same-like beach-time, or museum focused.

As of right now (12:59 PM, MDT), I would probably say I want to jet off to Chiang Mai/Chiang Rai area of Thailand.  That might have something to do with the fact that I was just doing a bit of research on it in the hopes that it might be our next trip!  I would stay at the Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort-to be the close to these magnificent creatures and be in this breathtaking setting would be an epic experience to say the least.  And I would love to see the Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep-it looks amazing!



Mentioned in this answer:

  1. Chiang Mai (city)
  2. Chiang Rai (state)
  3. Anantara Golden Triangle Elephant Camp & Resort (hotel)
  4. Wat Phrathat Doi Suthep (attraction)
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Ross from Fort Collins

Myanmar! For sure that's my next trip anyway. It's hard to find authentic countries to travel to and I think it mite take the cake for S.E.A. then finish the trip on a deserted southern beach in Thailand! I'll be bringing the wife as usual!


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  1. Myanmar (country)
  2. Thailand (country)
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answered by
Christene from Kansas City (Missouri)

I would fly into Vienna go visit DubrovnikBudapest Prague and Bratislava. I have been to Vienna before and absolutely loved it, so I want to take my partner in crime, Jess, with me. I think a good travel companion for me needs to share my energy level, sense of adventure, love of trying new food, and love of the arts. I know we would soak in some symphonies, eat some kuchen, visit some castles, and fall more in love with the world and each other (If that's even possible). 


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  1. Vienna (city)
  2. Dubrovnik (city)
  3. Budapest (city)
  4. Prague (city)
  5. Bratislava (city)
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answered by
claus

I would get two tickets to Easter Island and bring along a good friend of mine who has the same quirky sense of humor as me.

I find that traveling with a person who you share the same sense of humor with is a really good thing as I often get in to weird situations when I travel.


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  1. Easter Island (island)
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Izabel from Lisbon

I would go with my youngest son, because he is very curious, open to new experiences always has a solution for the worst case scenarios and is never tired to walk another 10 minutes. Would go to Bhutan the happiest country in Asia, where their king prefers his people happy over the measure of the country GDP. Sounds like a place we could learn a lot about the human-being and the world we live in.


I Hope this helped a little bit, if you need to plan any other aspect of your trip, don´t hesitate to send me a e-mail.

izabel@tiptravelinportugal.com


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  1. Bhutan (city)
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answered by
Lucie

I would go to the Azores with my sister. Our parents were from there and neither of us have ever been. She is my go to person as a trip companion (sorry hubby) as we have similar likes and our sleeping waking routines work perfect.


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  1. Azores (island)
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Melissa from Massachusetts

I would take my husband, Adam (by choice! he's my favorite companion), and we'd fly off to Japan - to hit up TokyoKyotoOsakaNagoyaMatsumoto - basically anywhere we can go and EAT and eat well.  We both love food and adore having the chance to try new things.  Japan is on the top of our wish list both for the cultural and the culinary experience.  I also wouldn't pass up the chance to experience the Tsukiji Fish Market.


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  1. Tokyo (city)
  2. Kyoto (city)
  3. Osaka (city)
  4. Nagoya (city)
  5. Matsumoto (city)
  6. Tsukiji Fish Market (neighborhood)
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answered by
Snorre from Skien

My wife will follow me to our second home Pigi, and I would  stay there a couple of months, and in the wintertime I would go on to Thailand and travel around with a backpack for some months. ThailandLaosVietnam and Cambodia Would be nice.


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  1. Pigi (city)
  2. Thailand (country)
  3. Laos (country)
  4. Vietnam (country)
  5. Cambodia (country)
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answered by
Nicole from Columbus

I would take my Mom to Italy.  She is Italian, and has never been overseas.  Unfortunately, she doesn't like flying so a Xanax and glass of whiskey will be required.  

The most important traits in a travel companion:  willingness to try new things, especially food.  My mom would be willing to do that.  My husband-- not so much. 


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  1. Italy (country)
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answered by
Daniel from Waveland

I would take my wife and fly to Italy to stay in Venice. She talks often about her trip to Italy while in college and I have never been.


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  1. Italy (country)
  2. Venice (city)
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Justin from Phoenix

I'd take my wife to Tanzania to visit the Ol Doinyo Lengai volcano, and any other cool volcanoes in the area. We love seeing the world at work, and there is nothing like seeing a volcano to remind you that the world is still alive and changing. 

If you travel with me, you'd better be able to move a long way on your own two feet ... and eat anything that someone puts in front of you. 


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  1. Tanzania (country)
  2. Ol Doinyo Lengai (attraction)
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answered by
Marie from Pittsburgh

I have to agree with Jacey, if you are married you for sure have to take your spouse. That being said I would pick my husband. I have two place, one I have been to before, one new. For the previously visited place I would have to say Munich. Love the culture, not touristy feel, Oktoberfest, and the not hot weather. For somewhere new I would want to go to Tokyo. Just looks so fascinating and like you could never be bored there.


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  1. Munich (city)
  2. Tokyo (city)
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answered by
Linda from Florida


Those two tickets are for me and my best friend/husband. We've been to 40 countries and we're addicted to travel. For us, it's all about the food (especially cheese and wine) so we'll fly open-jaw to Athens then begin a road trip to explore the Balkan wine scene. Every glass we have had thus far has been amazing.

First stop: Ktima Gerovassiliou's privately owned vineyard in Thessaloniki, then off to Melnik because Melnik wine was Winston Churchill's favorite and their Shopska salad looks fab. Macedonia next door, has been making wines for millenia, so they are worthy of trying too. Afterward we'll see what Albania makes; they have a lot of indigenous grape varieties. 


Not stopping there, though: we really liked the wines we've had from Montenegro, and since they are at about the same latitude Kosovo and Bosnia and Herzegovina can't be ignored. Croatia will definitely round out the itinerary so we'll fly back from Zagreb

Want to come?


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  1. Athens (city)
  2. Thessaloniki (city)
  3. Melnik (city)
  4. Macedonia (country)
  5. Albania (country)
  6. Montenegro (country)
  7. Kosovo (region)
  8. Bosnia and Herzegovina (country)
  9. Croatia (country)
  10. Zagreb (city)
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Daniel from Woodstown, New Jersey

Madrid, no doubt. And I'm taking my girlfriend with me. I went to Madrid before we got together and fell in love with it almost as fast as I fell in love with her. I would love to go back and show her all of the things I loved about the city I fell for fastest.


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  1. Madrid (city)
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answered by
Annamarie

South Island, New Zealand, with my partner.  A cool place (all puns intended) safe, wonderful attitude towards conservation, friendly people - a bit shaken up at times, but that juts makes it interesting!

Second choice: always Portugal - for the food, wine, port and beautiful scenery!


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  1. South Island (region)
  2. Portugal (country)
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answered by
Rick from Jerome, Michigan

Seoul with Grand Master Hee K Lee.

He is well traveled, is familiar with the city and can translate.

He is also eager to meet people and try different foods.


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  1. Seoul (city)
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Susyn from Fort Lauderdale

I travel econominally and simply. I like to take trains, buses and walk at my destinations. I eat simply and eating isn't a big experience for me when I travel. I prefer quiet lodging within easy walk of sightseeing. My travel mate would have to be a non-smoker who doesn't spend all of his or her time texting and emailing. I love to spend my money on things to do (making memories) and meaningful local crafts to bring home, and a safe simple place to stay. One carry-on bag is what I travel with and my travel mate would need to be a single bagger, too. 

I have only found one friend so far who travels like I do, so she's the one I'd pick. 

Destination? Europe. Fly me in to Italy and fly me out of Paris. I will get an unlimited 1st class Eurail pass for both of us and make a winding circuit of Europe for 2 months. (sigh)


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  1. Europe (continent)
  2. Italy (country)
  3. Paris (city)
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answered by
Vinson

I'm taking my wife she deserves it especially putting up with me she works very hard to take of our children 24 hours a day we have never traveled out of Chicago and trip to the beautiful Virgin Islands would be the perfect place for us to rekindle that fire even more


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  1. Virgin Islands (country)
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Brett from Eindhoven

Assuming I shouldn't be greedy and try to turn these tickets into a round the world ticket, I'm going to have to go with one of two locations Erin and I are most anxious to get to:

1) New Zealand - I would love, love, love to be able to visit New Zealand for the scenery, the wine country, and, of course, the Fergburger.

2) Cape Town - As the best jumping-off point to South Africa, I would be thrilled to finally have the opportunity to explore this great location. More wine country. Perhaps a safari.

It's great that both of these locations are locations we're both dying to go to.  Having a traveling companion who likes the same types of locations, and also similar activities makes for some great trips.  On the trip, we do like some things different, so that also allows for some alone time in between the together times.


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  1. New Zealand (country)
  2. Fergburger (restaurant)
  3. Cape Town (city)
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Brian from Cedar Park

Of course my wife would be my travel companion. I can't imagine going anywhere really fun without her.

I'm not sure what we'd do with my three year old daughter. Maybe we could hide her in a carry-on.

Since the airline tickets are free, I'm looking for somewhere expensive to fly. That means either Tokyo or New Zealand.

Either of these two destinations would be great. The decision would depend upon the cost of the rest of the trip, which I assume I'm paying for.


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  1. Tokyo (city)
  2. New Zealand (country)
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Rocio from Costa Rica

To Turkey! I have read all books from the author Kenize Mourad that practically make me a professional on its culture. However I havent get the  chance to travel there (it is on my bucket list!). I would take my sister. She is my best friend. She has been with me through a rough 2014. Besides this, she always listens very carefully when I tell her all stories about Turkey, the otomans empire, etc. She deserves it!!!

My travel companion must be someone like me. Someone who really loves and enjoys the ride, knowing new people, try new food, and open mind and heart to let new places enter in yr soul.

Pura vida!!


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  1. Turkey (country)
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answered by
Eddie from Bronx

I would meet you in Minnesota with my son so you could show us more of what Minnesota has to offer. We were there for 2 days last year to catch a Twins game. It would be great to catch a Vikings game some day. Saw a few sites and ate at a few good spots that were and were not listed on the Travel Channel. Minneapolis and Saint Paul (Minnesota) were great places to visit from what we saw in such a short time. Why travel abroad when there is so many great places to see in the USA. 


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  1. Minnesota (state)
  2. Minneapolis (city)
  3. Saint Paul (Minnesota) (city)
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answered by
Jessica from West Hollywood

CroatiaCroatia with my lovely boyfriend <3 Because we have wonderful adventures together. He comes up with great plans and also lets the destination inspire amazing spur of the moment activities that make a trip one to remember. Travel is and investment in yourself and in my case an investment in my future with him.


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  1. Croatia (country)
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Ross from Sullivan (Missouri)

Tahiti, with my best friend, Jenn! She deserves a vacation more tea anyone I know. For the last year and a half, she has selflessly given herself to raising four children who aren't her own because their mother passed away and their father is unstable. She wasn't the mother's best friend or anything, never wanted children herself, but saw a great need and stepped in with no financial help. We both love tropical environments and she often refers to herself as a fish when it comes to her love for swimming. We've never been to Tahiti and it has always looked fantastic to me! In her pre-children days, she/we had traveled to the Philippines, Mexico, Peru, Nicaragua, and Colorado. She's a fun, wonderful person, so that's who I would choose to travel with. Maybe one day I'll be able to afford to pay for both of us...and a sitter! :)


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  1. Tahiti (island)
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Warwick from Ponsonby

My wife is the only travel companion I would take with me. We loved our last visit to the UK we want to return. The UK is where our forbears came from and going there felt like coming home even though we had never been there before. London is a fabulous city with so much history and tradition, we loved all the historic sites and museums. Kensington Palace was lovely as was Kensington gardens. There are so many things to see in London that we didn't see we need to return and see more of them. Like the Tower of London, Windsor Castle, Also go to some shows that are on would be great.

London


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  1. London (city)
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answered by
Peter from Bloomington (Indiana)


I like the open-ended fantasy questions, but the reality is, our travel always has to be closely time-boxed. So let's say we have two weeks -- my wife and me. The tickets are to Zagreb, and our first destination after Zagreb is Plitvice Lakes National Park. After that, ZadarSplit and Dubrovnik. We love scenic coast and ancient history, but Plitvice is the real reason for the trip. I know you can lie with photography, but the images we've seen are astonishing.


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  1. Zagreb (city)
  2. Plitvice Lakes National Park (park)
  3. Zadar (city)
  4. Split (city)
  5. Dubrovnik (city)
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answered by
Valerie from Los Angeles

I would love to go to Scotland with my dad (he's Scottish). 

I live five hours away from home and I don't get to see or spend much time with my parents as much as I would like to. I think taking a trip with my dad would be the best bonding experience.  Plus, he has been talking about wanting a kilt for years and there is no better place to get it than from Scotland! 

For me, a sense of humor is the best trait a travel companion can have, which my dad most definitely has :)


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  1. Scotland (country)
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Tawan from San Francisco, California

If I had two tickets to fly anywhere in the world, it would be England. I want to travel all around the country visiting the historical football stadiums and explore the culture. 


A great travel companion would be someone who is sassy, go with the flow, and has an open mind, also able to enjoy every little thing about the country.


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  1. England (country)
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Ihsan from Amman

I would go to Spain with my husband


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  1. Spain (country)
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Pawan from Ponsonby

I would like to travel to America...especially Hollywood.... We both love travelling and actually wanted to migrate to US,but 9/11 happened... And being from India it really became really hard at that time so we migrated to New-Zealand in 2002...both of us are still chasing our dreams of being successful film makers,while raising our two beautiful kids now aged 10 and 12(who were born in NZ)... So with this trip,not only would we able to travelled through north america,but will also get to see and experience Hollywood upclose,which we have been basically dreaming for so long...


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  1. Hollywood (attraction)
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Jenna from Oakville, Ontario

2 Round Trip Flights to the Antarcticawith my boyfriend. 
Why? Well, not just because he's my boyfriend but because out of the 24 countries I've visited in the passed few years, he's been the best companion and the one who has been open to the craziest experiences just like me! Why Antarctica? Well, I'm a travel blogger and get most of my travel funded by sponsors. Unfortunately, Antarctica is too far and too expensive! 


Can't wait to hear more answers! 

Best, 

Jenna 
Travel Blogger 
www.giveforgranted.com 


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  1. Antarctica (continent)
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answered by
Michael

Buenos Aires with my wife so we could continue our love a affair with the tango, eat the best steaks washed down with a Malbec from Mendoza finished off with some of the amazing Helado that permeate BA followed by a stroll around the funky barrio of Palermo Soho!


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  1. Buenos Aires (city)
  2. Mendoza (attraction)
  3. Palermo Soho (attraction)
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Ashley from Calgary

Other half has to be the only answer for married folks! We'd probably pick Tahiti or Bali, somewhere where the plane tickets are really expensive if we had to buy them ourselves! 


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  1. Tahiti (island)
  2. Bali (island)
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answered by
Rogério from Zurich

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  1. Brazil (country)
  2. Argentina (country)
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Sam from Atlanta

I would take my wife and go to Shanghai and Hong Kong.  We have never been to China, and these cities are high on my list.  The combination of food, history, and culture seem hard to beat.  The best traits in a travel companion are someone you enjoy spending time with who has a good attitude (because flights get canceled, and plans change) and a willingness to explore a city on foot and by public transportation.  


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  1. Shanghai (city)
  2. Hong Kong (city)
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Joe from Sacramento

I've been torn between two places for this answer, a place I've been Malolo Fiji and a place I want to go, the Azores. My wife, who is my travel companion because like AZ said on Go Fork Yourself podcast you HAVE to take your significant other or there will be hard feelings later on, honeymooned in Fiji at the Malolo resort  http://www.maloloisland.com We would love to go back for our 10 year anniversary and maybe take our family with us to share this great place. Friendly people, beautiful weather, and all the water activities you would want when the ocean is right out your door. 

I have been interested in the Azores since I saw Anthony Bourdain's No Reservations episode http://vimeo.com/35670303 about the Azores. Bourdain makes every place look fun to me, but I enjoy snarky humor and a cold beer so take that for what is worth. In that episode, and from what I have heard from a friend who went there, the Azores is a place like no other. I have been infatuated with that place, and have watched the No Reservations episode enough times that I almost know every word spoke on it. 

I would recommend Fiji to anyone that asked where to go but with two FREE tickets and no risk, I would choose the Azores. I am guessing that I couldn't go wrong with either.

Great question, have fun and safe travels.

JOE 


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  1. Malolo (attraction)
  2. Azores (island)
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Warren from Michigan

I would go with my best friend and... I would bring him because he is fun to be around, and he eats relatively common foods, as well as he values gear and he isn't too afraid of adventure. I would go to Arkansas to meet/work with a Youtube Channel that I am a part of.


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  1. Arkansas (state)
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Jaleh from Baltimore

It would be so hard to choose a place to go to, but my top three must-see places right now are CroatiaCopenhagen, and Morocco. They all offer such unique experiences and would be different from most of the traveling I've done in Italy and Spain. I would go with my friend, Emily, though. We both approach travel in different ways- I want to go to bars/try the food and see museums, while she is interested in just walking around as much of a city as possible. It's great because we're able to take the best elements of both of our approaches to travel to get a well-rounded experience. I think that's the most important trait in a travel companion- someone who challenges you to approach a new place in a new way


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  1. Croatia (country)
  2. Copenhagen (city)
  3. Morocco (country)
  4. Italy (country)
  5. Spain (country)
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Jillian from Los Angeles

I would take my mom on a safari in the SerengetiNgorongoro Crater, and Tarangire National Park, and then head to Zanzibar Town for some beach time afterwards. She's always wanted to go on safari and loves elephants, so nothing more would make me happy to see her experience it. I was lucky enough to do this last year in Tanzania on a solo trip, and without a doubt, I would choose to go back and travel with my mother this time. 


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  1. Serengeti (attraction)
  2. Ngorongoro Crater (attraction)
  3. Tarangire National Park (attraction)
  4. Zanzibar Town (city)
  5. Tanzania (country)
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answered by
Kathy

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  1. Orlando (city)
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answered by
Dennis

Kona, Hawaii 

Would like to celebrate are 52 year anniversary.


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  1. Kona (island)
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Alex from Old Town Alexandria

Thailand with my long time gal pal. I was lucky enough to go to Thailand in 2012 for a lazy beach and climbing vacation. I would love to see other parts of the country. 

I want my best gal friend to go with me because we've never traveled together. I know we would be good traveling companions because we survived an all girls boarding school together and we're both always hungry!


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  1. Thailand (country)
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Emily from Los Angeles

South America with my best friend from college!  We have traveled together before and have had great times. 

To me, important things in a travel companion are:

Up for everything and ready for anything!  A good attitude, sense of adventure, and flexibility is key. To me, almost every idea sounds fun!  So someone who gets on board and brings their own ideas is so valuable.

Challenges you to go outside your comfort zone, but can also pick up the slack when you've had enough (and vice versa!). 

Has the same ideas about money. How much money you spend on a daily/weekly basis is a huge thing to figure out beforehand. It's a big indicator of what kind of level of comfort you're expecting and how much discomfort you'll accept!

Is grateful for the trip. Gratitude makes you bring your A-game in terms of energy and attitude.


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  1. South America (continent)
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Yuri from Palermo, Italy

Hi there, i would like to go in Usa exactly in Chicago city. Please, give me a tickets for this place. Thank you Andrew!

I'm waiting you! Have a great day. 

Sincerly.


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  1. Chicago (city)
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answered by
Allie from Charleston

Somewhere you'd never go otherwise... For me diving in Indonesia 


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  1. Indonesia (country)
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Pat from Cambria

I would take my 17 year old niece (from south of Duluth) to her choice of destinations. She says Italy. She is becoming a great photographer and I'm excited to encourage her passion. I want her to learn to love travel like I do. A good travel companion is one open to change, the unexpected, resilient, observant and interested.  My goal would be to return with her knowing the world is available to conquer. 


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  1. Italy (country)
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Jan from Australia

My best friend, because we've been travels together many times and he is my best companion.


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Lola from Leitrim

I would bring my beau of course! :) I think a good travel companion is flexible, curious, energetic and patient.

I would want to go to Hanoi Mumbai or Thailand. I have never been anywhere in Asia but love what I know of their culture and enjoy their cuisine. 

~Happy Travels~


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  1. Hanoi (city)
  2. Mumbai (city)
  3. Thailand (country)


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John

Sydney, Australia. I'd take my son, now almost 2 years old to meet his older sister and her son, my grandson, now 6 month old. I live in Kampot, Cambodia, where my son has two older brothers, the younger 5 years the older 9 years, whith their beautiful mother. It would be great to be able to take all of them, but alas, currently I don't even have the money to get myself there.


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Mary from Louisiana

I think I would really like to take my husband to Hawaii with me so he can see all the beauty and why I keep trying to move back. Great food, FANTASTIC people, and beautiful weather. My other choice would be Prague for it's historical beauty and to drink fabulous brew!


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  1. Hawaii (state)
  2. Prague (city)


answered by
AJ from Connecticut

Trip will be with my wife.

Bora BoraFrench Polynesia

The first time I saw it on National Geographic, I was very very young.  I have been in love with it since.

The other location I keep dreaming about is New Zealand for backpacking.


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  1. Bora Bora (island)
  2. French Polynesia (country)
  3. New Zealand (country)


answered by
Justin from Edinburgh

Oh very good question Mr. Zimmern . It is a tough one to answer because I have a few traveling partners but to answer this question I would have to say my mom. She suffered from an autoimmune disease some while back and never got to fulfill her dreams of traveling all over Europe. She recently got to travel the USA with my sister so I would take her all over Europe and first place would be Rome. I know she has always wanted to visit Italy, especially Rome and Vatican City. She is willing to see as much as possible and eat her way through new travel destinations as well as try all the " Bizarre Food" ;)  that you wouldn't find in the USA and other places. So she would make a very good travel companion as far as Im concerned. 


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  1. Rome (city)
  2. Vatican City (city)


answered by
Terry from Sarasota

Definitely would be my wife, as she is a great traveler and an excellent companion on a long flight.  We have been to Europe many times, Hawaii and all over the United States, and we are very supportive of each other.

We would want to fly to Guam, as I lived there for several years while I was growing up (my father was in the Air Force and stationed there) and we would want to stop over in Hawaii on the way.


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  1. Guam (country)




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