Travel to the 'stans...Kazakhstan, Turkmenistan, Tajikistan, etc... maybe Azerbaijan, Georgia

Truth

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Embassy here in Indo let us keep my daughters passport while they are making her a new one and will let us keep it with the new

too many stamps and no more pages, now that we have residency no more monthly immigration stamps

John4surf er'bb top 3 traveled for sure

think i am about 40
 
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LifeOnMars

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well over 170+. some have been renamed and i went back. looking to top 180 after covid.
Countries in the World: 195
There are 195 countries in the world today. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries that are non-member observer states: the Holy See and the State of Palestine.
Not in the list
Not included in this total count of 195 countries are:
  • Taiwan - the United Nations considers it represented by the People's Republic of China
  • The Cook Islands and Niue, both states in free association with New Zealand which are members of several UN specialized agencies and have been recognized "full treaty-making capacity", but are neither member states nor non-member observer states.
  • Dependencies (or dependent territories, dependent areas, dependencies) and Areas of Special Sovereignty (autonomous territories)
  • Other countries recognized by the United Nations as not being self-governing
just go for em' all, you got nothing to lose at this point :monkey:
 

grapedrink

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Countries in the World: 195
There are 195 countries in the world today. This total comprises 193 countries that are member states of the United Nations and 2 countries that are non-member observer states: the Holy See and the State of Palestine.
Not in the list
Not included in this total count of 195 countries are:
  • Taiwan - the United Nations considers it represented by the People's Republic of China
  • The Cook Islands and Niue, both states in free association with New Zealand which are members of several UN specialized agencies and have been recognized "full treaty-making capacity", but are neither member states nor non-member observer states.
  • Dependencies (or dependent territories, dependent areas, dependencies) and Areas of Special Sovereignty (autonomous territories)
  • Other countries recognized by the United Nations as not being self-governing
just go for em' all, you got nothing to lose at this point :monkey:
Interesting and pointless debate. Does visiting the Cook Islands count as NZ?

You also have to clarify what counts as a visit. IMO airport transfers don't.
 
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Interesting and pointless debate. Does visiting the Cook Islands count as NZ?

You also have to clarify what counts as a visit. IMO airport transfers don't.
Neither does visits to US military facilities - if you have seen one leased US military facility outside the US, you have seen them all - not much difference.

Technically not sovereign US territory as only leased; like Guantanamo Bay in Cuba, but not in-country either.
 
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