something cool happened to me last month, I got interviewed and filmed at my campus (NYU), and they told me, that I can win an around the world trip to 4 countries! My video is online!!! Sorry for this self promotion, but I´m proud of it. My first internet appearance!
but it was hard to come up with 4 countrys so fast...
what would be your four choices?
[ Edit: Sorry, no promos please... ]
4 big countries: India, Australia, Brazil and the USA.
If you wanted the trip to last as long as possible whilst covering the largest amount overland as possible in only four countries, China, Russia, Canada and USA would be the way to go and would be very interesting for the most part.
wow that is a hard question!
i think i will have to answer based on the 4 countries that i am most interested in seeing...
brazil, the seychelles, turkey, china
brazil, ethiopia, tibet, india
hard to narrow it down.........
china, usa, japan, ghana, israel, iran, pakistan all sprang to mind too
Brazil, Nepal, China, Iran (silk road, old persia)
Something like Chile, Bhutan, North Korea and Chad. If they would allow St. Helena (yes, I know there's no aiport, believe me) that would be definitely no1. Falklands/Antarctica i'd try first as well! ¤ countries like that would more or less neccessitate that i'd see at least bits of a few others as well on logistical grounds [i somehow doubt that I can fly Chile to Bhutan direct, for example. I'd guess it would be a minimum of 2, possibly 3 changes. Which adds places if you can fudge a couple of days in transit points!]
Basically, i'd try and pick the 4 most expensive/trickiest countries to get to which interest me. Sure, Canada/US etc you could cover lots of ground, but they are also easy/cheap to get to at a later date.
Nepal, Cuba, Peru, Australia.. easy
Vietnam, Australia, Brazil, and England. Can I add India as a close runner up?
India, Tibet, Japan, Brazil or somewhere in Africa: Ghana, Ethiopia, South Africa or Namibia