In which countries have you lived?

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I've only lived in my country, Dominican Republic and have visited Haiti and the states.

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I lived in Ireland for most of my life, but I previously lived in the UK for a few years and now I live in the United States. I've been to lots of other countries though... including your home nation Elso! I went there for a wedding last year and it was absolutely beautiful.  

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I guess the question is how long do you have to stay somewhere for it to be considered living there? Does it have to be consecutive?

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Philippines. But I'd love to visit Antarctica, Iceland, South Korea and Africa for different reasons

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Just here in the Philippines. But I stayed in Cebu (still in the Philippines) for a year and they have a different dialect there. 

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:
Just here in the Philippines. But I stayed in Cebu (still in the Philippines) for a year and they have a different dialect there.


I'd really love to visit Cebu soon. :D

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Aileen.Cortes wrote:

I'd really love to visit Cebu soon. :D

You should. Visit the great beaches and eat the best lechon. Haha

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James.B wrote:

I lived in Ireland for most of my life, but I previously lived in the UK for a few years and now I live in the United States. I've been to

lots of other countries though... including your home nation Elso! I went there for a wedding last year and it was absolutely beautiful.

Sounds great! Glad you liked it here, I'd love to visit the UK and Ireland.

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Just here in the Philippines. But I stayed in Cebu (still in the Philippines) for a year and they have a different dialect there.

Sounds very interesting, I love the Philippines

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leosmith wrote:

I guess the question is how long do you have to stay somewhere for it to be considered living there? Does it have to be consecutive?

That's a great question and I guess it varies but for the purpose of this post let's say at least a couple of months.

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leosmith wrote:
I guess the question is how long do you have to stay somewhere for it to be considered living there? Does it have to be consecutive?


Great question! For me I suppose it's down to each person how long it takes to feel like you're living there. I've stayed and worked in dozens of cities and countries but only felt like I was actually at home and living in a few of them.

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

Sounds very interesting, I love the Philippines

You should visit sometime. 

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My home is in India. apart from that i have visited Australia. It's an awesome place. <3

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I've only lived in Pakistan

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Elso.Martinez wrote:

Sounds very interesting, I love the Philippines

You should visit sometime.

I really hope I will!

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Noman.Gul wrote:

I've only lived in Pakistan

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Sourabh.Kumar wrote:

My home is in India. apart from that i have visited Australia. It's an awesome place. <3

Both awesome places!

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Frederick.Dizon wrote:
Aileen.Cortes wrote:
I'd really love to visit Cebu soon. :D

You should. Visit the great beaches and eat the best lechon. Haha


The best lechon... gawd... when I was there I had Cebu lechon whenever I wanted. My poor blood pressure...


If you had to have stayed long enough to feel at home, then the only other place I've ever called home was Colorado. If I had that year to do over again I absolutely would.

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Phillip.Laplana wrote:

Frederick.Dizon wrote:

Aileen.Cortes wrote:

I'd really love to visit Cebu soon. :D

You should. Visit the great beaches and eat the best lechon. Haha

The best lechon... gawd... when I was there I had Cebu lechon whenever I wanted. My poor blood pressure...

If you had to have stayed long enough to feel at home, then the only other place I've ever called home was Colorado. If I had that year to do over again I absolutely would.

sounds like a great experience

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Elso.Martinez wrote:

sounds like a great experience

Go to Carcar Cebu for the lechon experience. They have there a market that all the stalls sells only lechons. :grin:

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