I live in America and, despite having been in/through most of the states, I have only been to one foreign country.
It was an evil, cold, barbaric place where people mispronounced words, were overly nice, encouraged me to put vinegar on french fries, and could instantly tell that I was from America, and usually could guess that I was from Chicago.
I'm also sure that many people will find this video, about foreign travel, amusing. It cracks me up every time:
USA (home country)
Japan (lived there for half a year, been there for travel 3 times)
South Korea (1 time for travel, 6 months study, currently living here again)
My work contract offers me a free week-long vacation to any one destination at the end of every September, thinking about using my next one to go back to the USA (still haven't been to anywhere in California or New York), Italy (my brother lives in Italy), or Denmark (my mom).
Nervous about Italy and Denmark though, I don't speak Italian or Danish. Never been to a country where I don't know how to communicate. I mean, my mom says most Danes speak English, but still...
Wow... I've never realised that I've been to quite a lot of countries compared to the people here. Let me see...
Vietnam (current location)
Sadly, as of yet, I haven't left the U.S, though that could possibly be justified as I am only 14. My dad and sister have been to China, however. (I actually have cousins there.) Plus, at the moment my family is not willing to and can't afford to take a trip to another country.
The first outside country I visit will probably be Mexico.