How frequently do you Travel?

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View Poll Results: How frequently do you Travel?
Every Week? 4 4.17%
Every Month? 13 13.54%
Every few Months? 57 59.38%
Every Year? 17 17.71%
Every few Years? 5 5.21%
No Opportunity? 0 0%
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#1 Jul 8th, 2009, 01:41
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Quick question to all:

How frequently do you Travel for a Holiday?
#2 Jul 8th, 2009, 23:28
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Already voted. Right now I travel once in every 2 - 3 months. Ideally would like to travel 12 months in a year every year.

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Originally Posted by smakkar View Post Quick question to all:

How frequently do you Travel for a Holiday?
Twice or thrice a year, including my annual holiday in January.
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I myself try and do it every month, Health & Wealth permitting
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I travel every few months health and wealth permitting. Mostly in the US but once a year for overseas.
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Varies a lot. Some years not at all, sometimes two or three times in a year.

I'm not unhappy to stay at home!
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Voted. Have to increase this.

It is sad that I have travelled more outside India than inside it.
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Those that travel every few months, how do you find new places... or do you repeat some places that you really like?
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As one cow said to another, depends on the moooood
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Like Nick, I'm not unhappy staying at home either! However, I travel every year to escape the heat and am away nearly three months at that point.
Short trips to Delhi a couple of times a year are also in order.

And sometimes the odd couple of days' excursion to a new place - but this is more in the winter as it's just too hot for me driving much the rest of the year.
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As infrequently as possible, being completely at peace with where i am living and who i am living with - so where is the need. Am i missing something?
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I try to make a one month trip at least two times a year, besides that I have to travel a lot for work but that doesn't really count as travelling to me.

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I like returning once in a while to places I've been before. A first visit is always like discovering the place and all the fuzz that goes with that and a second or third visit is sometimes more relaxing as you know where to go if you need something.
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health wealth and my manager permitting i travel once in 5-6 months and when i do i make sure its a long vacation.
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Normally I would like to do at least one loooong trip and additionally some short trips/weekend trips every year. Due to circumstances I wasn't able to do the loooong trip since many years (being self-employed, having to stick to school holidays because of daughter, etc.)

India will be my first long trip since 6 years and hopefully from now on I will get back to travelling more regular in the coming years again. I really need that.

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Good poll. I took the 'every year' option.

I try to get away for at least 1 month every year:

2003 - 2 months (Europe)
2004 - 1 month (Europe)
2005/2006 - 9 months (Middle East/India)
2007 - 1 month (Morocco)
2008 - 2 months (Middle East/Caucasus)

I also try to take at least one city break (4 days to 1 week) during the year (since 2003 to Amsterdam 3 or 4 times, Prague, New York, Edinburgh, Copenhagen, Rome twice). With Ryanair, it's often cheaper to get to mainland Europe from Dublin than it is to take a train across Ireland.

I'm planning to spend the next 12 months travelling in north Africa, the Middle East and India.

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Originally Posted by smakkar Those that travel every few months, how do you find new places... or do you repeat some places that you really like?
Well the world's a big place, no shortage of new places to try. Personally, I have very little interest in travelling in Latin America, Sub-Saharan Africa, or East Asia at the moment. I'm happy concentrating on the area that stretches from Spain to India.

Ideally, when planning a trip, I like to include some places I've already visited, as well as new places.
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