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Returning to/visiting your host country
Topic Started: Fri Feb 6, 2015 12:23 am (2,369 Views)
heidi

I'm sure I'm not the only rebound who fantasizes about visiting their host country...So here's a thread to discuss everything related to visiting and going back to our host countries. Has anyone gone back to visit or live in their host country? What was the experience like?
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mburucuja

I'm ready to be back in Mexico. Maybe this summer? If I find a flight under $400 for dates that work, I think I'll buy it.
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mburucuja

Sister is back, 6 years later. :) It's like she never left.
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russalka

mburucuja
Sat Feb 13, 2016 11:45 am
Sister is back, 6 years later. :) It's like she never left.
Yay! I'm happy for you, and it's very good to know you can keep the connection going. :)
My Brazilian nephew visited last month with his family after being away for 2 years, (but I visited them last summer). My Norwegian daughter is coming back this summer after being away for 3 years. It will be 2 years since I saw her.
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