Not my country. I only live here. I am an American.Konaschultz said:Sadly, not me. I just returned from your wonderful country, you are lucky to live in such a beautuful place. Your Subaru must be rare, in the 14 days I was there, I never saw a single Subaru, much less an Outback. Cheers :7:
Don't give up on international travel just because of the difficulties. I have been in Germany a little over four years and my wife and I have been to several countries. Air travel is not that bad.xcgates said:Sadly, my years in school German Language classes were of dwindling sucess, all I remember is to say "My name is..." and some choice words of frustration.
Of course I think I got the lowest score in my detachment this past year for the ability to learn a different language. Its good to be unique in some way!:2:
The short version is that combined with the hassles of air travel, I likely won't do anymore overseas visits. I'll stick to the USA and Canada, where I can drive. Possibly.:8: