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    I can tell you this much, when I fill out a form and it asks what country I'm from the option is UK not Scotland.

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    Yeppp I'm 19 and I've never been out of the country I don't even have a passport. My parents are just not big travellers and I've only been of an age where I can or could travel by myself for a year or so.

    It's mostly annoying because I could drive to Canada in about 4 hours! I almost went to Niagra Falls and the Canadian side of the Falls when I was in Buffalo, New York a few years ago but I didn't have proper identification.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Daisy View Post
    I can tell you this much, when I fill out a form and it asks what country I'm from the option is UK not Scotland.
    Maybe, but that doesn't mean that geographically rather than politically, Scotland isn't a country! The United Kingdom isn't a country, it's a political union that provides for several countries to share the same monarch and government!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gretch View Post
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    Yeppp I'm 19 and I've never been out of the country I don't even have a passport. My parents are just not big travellers and I've only been of an age where I can or could travel by myself for a year or so.

    It's mostly annoying because I could drive to Canada in about 4 hours! I almost went to Niagra Falls and the Canadian side of the Falls when I was in Buffalo, New York a few years ago but I didn't have proper identification.
    Looking on the bright side, the US is so big and has such huge range of amazing places you hardly even need to go anywhere else!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gretch View Post
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    Yeppp I'm 19 and I've never been out of the country I don't even have a passport. My parents are just not big travellers and I've only been of an age where I can or could travel by myself for a year or so.

    It's mostly annoying because I could drive to Canada in about 4 hours! I almost went to Niagra Falls and the Canadian side of the Falls when I was in Buffalo, New York a few years ago but I didn't have proper identification.
    Same here. I've only been to states around Wisconsin. The furthest state I've ever been to was Wyoming.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jennifer View Post
    Looking on the bright side, the US is so big and has such huge range of amazing places you hardly even need to go anywhere else!
    True true. Unfortunately I just counted and I think I've only been to 14 states I've basically only been to places in the northeast, and then Colorado and Tennesee.

    I can't wait to travel when I'm older and have money!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Gretch View Post
    True true. Unfortunately I just counted and I think I've only been to 14 states I've basically only been to places in the northeast, and then Colorado and Tennesee.

    I can't wait to travel when I'm older and have money!
    14 is a lot to me. I've only been to like 5 other states.


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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Tiffany~ View Post
    14 is a lot to me. I've only been to like 5 other states.
    Yeah, it's so much easier when you live in the northeast... I can be in 6 different states in well under 2 hours, and another 3-4 if you add another hour on.


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    I've been to:

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