No, Thanks

Is there a place in the world you never want to visit? Where, and why not?

There is no such place (as of yet) that I despise, I want to travel everywhere and see new places, but there were times I felt that I felt I never want to go back there again. One such place is Kota, Rajasthan, India.

I spent grades 11 and 12 there, for preparing for all the prestigious engineering entrace exams of the country. What a joke. While I learned a lot and had both good as well as a bad time there (should be kind of obvious which weighed what), I don’t think I’ll ever want to go there.

And besides, I don’t want to visit a riot/war struck place either. Or somewhere where I might get mugged or killed.

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11 thoughts on “No, Thanks

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  3. I can understand you feelings. I have the same feelings for the panhandle of Florida, USA. When you have bad experiences it makes it difficult to go back, However, I think the Jagmandir palace would be neat place to visit.

    • Hah hah- I was in the panhandle recently too, and while I didn’t have any particularly negative connotations attached, I can understand why it might make people reluctant to return… 🙂

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