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Machina said:
trunkswd said:

In my six months visiting England, I never made it over to Wales (or Scotland). My SO has the Welsh flag on her wall as she went to Uni in Wales. 

I know you guys like hiking, and given where she lives I imagine you could make a day trip at some point - hop over the North and into Snowdonia National Park, or, well, pretty much anywhere outside of the population centres, since it's full of mountains and nice views.

I've only been to north Wales once myself, though I'm hoping to start visiting more places when everything eventually starts going back to normal. There are lots of cool castles in Wales & England, and some other heritage sites I want to visit.

We had talked about hiking Mount Snowdon at some point, as well as making a trip up to Scotland to hike Ben Nevis and see Edinburgh. We made it up to the Lake District and hiked up Scafell Pike.



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This is west Texas close to the Midland Odessa area.  The climate is semiarid/desert.  The land is flat.  Probably one of the ugliest places I've ever lived.  I can't wait to get away to somewhere more wet and green.  Work and money brought me here.

This is what it looks like outside the city limits in every direction for 30 miles to the next closest town and 65 miles to the closest town to the east. When we are allowed to water our yards we get some green in town.  We also plant our own trees or we wouldn't have any.  

We have some of the worst wind gusts up to 100 mph and dust storms with zero visibility.

Here is a drone picture from above the town.  Population is about 13,000.

There isn't anything to do here.  This is a place you come to, to try and get rich, and then leave to retire elsewhere.

I love all the above pictures from y'alls domain, very beautiful.

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Barranquilla is a bit boring but is a nice place to live. It celebrated its 208th anniversary yesterday.



The valley of fruits, Quetta. It's had a lot of problems with unplanned mass immigration of refugees that destroyed all the systems that run the city due to a sudden influx of millions of people and being close to the Afghan border, a lot of terrorism as well. But it's getting back on the right track, even if there's too much traffic. I love this city with all my heart and I've spent most of my life here from the moment I was born until I left for university. Still feel at peace only in a few cities and this is at the top of that list.



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Eagle367 said:

The valley of fruits, Quetta. It's had a lot of problems with unplanned mass immigration of refugees that destroyed all the systems that run the city due to a sudden influx of millions of people and being close to the Afghan border, a lot of terrorism as well. But it's getting back on the right track, even if there's too much traffic. I love this city with all my heart and I've spent most of my life here from the moment I was born until I left for university. Still feel at peace only in a few cities and this is at the top of that list.