I figure it was to Frankfurt, Germany, both times.
For me, it was about 5378 miles (according to Google Maps): from here in Rio, to Edmond, Oklahoma.
Other than that particular event, I rarely go too far away from where I live, and that was the first time I went to another country.
For some reason, I imagined that you travelled a lot. :)
I can't say that I know anything about Michigan, other than recognizing the name Pontiac. :P Is Michigan very different from the rest of the US?
Anyway, I'm fond of the little bit of USA that I got to know in Edmond (even though I probably didn't get to know it as much as I could, because that was not my primary reason for going there).
That seems a bit like my case, then - I live a few tens of miles away from where I was born, and I don't remember ever having gone out for vacations.
Ah, yes, it's very possible to "travel" a lot without even leaving home, with books and Internet. :)
America is indeed really big. That's the case with Brazil too - lots of differences, even just among cities inside the same state.
About 8,000 miles....From here in the U.S. to Shenzhen, China.
Alaska and probably Hawaii.
france i am from Alberta Canada
Let me see...how do I answer that without divulging my privacy?
General locations work
Ha. I messaged you.
I was born in Spain, so I guess the furthest I've ever been from Spain is California.
San Diego, CA to the west. Paris, France to the east.
Nearly an entire country away