There are some people who have never traveled outside the U.S.. In fact, over 50% of Americans have never even had a passport (click here to read some more interesting stats about Americans and traveling, including the percentage that have never left the state where they were born) so they might have some questions when they finally get the opportunity to go abroad. Of course, most questions are usually nothing that a little Googling on their part would have fixed, but then we wouldn’t have these gems of stupid questions that have been asked of travel agents.
But then you’ve got Hawaii – thousands of miles in the Pacific ocean, and a state for “only” the past 60 years. It just seems to confuse an awful lot of people. These are some of the questions American travelers have asked about it.
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