1. In 1969, she went to Kazhakstan. She stayed $1$ year
    • Then she went to Mongolia. She stayed $1$ year
  2. In 1971, she went to Russia. she stayed $2$ years
    • Then she went to China. She stayed $4$ years
  3. In 1977, she went to Argentina. She stayed $1$ year
    • Then she went to Uruguay. She stayed $1$ year
  4. In 1979, she went to Brazil. She stayed $1$ year
    • Then she went to Colombia. She stayed $1$ year
  5. In 1981, she went to Peru. She stayed $1$ year
    • Then she rested in France, for $1$ year and half.
  6. ?
  7. ?
  8. ?
  9. ?
  10. ?
  11. ?
  12. ?
  13. In 1998, she went to the USA, She stayed $1$ year.
    • Then she rested in France, for $1$ year and half.

She was born in Paris in 1950, she lived $50$ happy years.


Where did she go before the USA?


How long did she stay?

Describe trips 6-12. Tell what she did during those $31$ years.


Hint 1

There's only one country she visited more than once.

Hint 2

She traveled to all continents except Antarctica

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    $\begingroup$ You've just created the [missing] tag. What do you intend it for? $\endgroup$ – M Oehm Jul 13 '19 at 11:08
  • $\begingroup$ @MOehm, I didn't find a more convenient tag that expresses trips 6-13 are missing and the aim is to find them, can you help me find one? Are should I only use geography tag? $\endgroup$ – JKHA Jul 13 '19 at 11:10
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    $\begingroup$ Personally I'd just use [geography]; it doesn't seem like "involves filling in missing bits" is a specific-enough feature to warrant tagging. (Solving a sudoku, you find the missing digits. Solving a standard chess problem, you find the missing moves. Solving a crossword clue, you find the missing letters.) $\endgroup$ – Gareth McCaughan Jul 13 '19 at 11:12
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    $\begingroup$ all continents? including Antarctica? $\endgroup$ – Omega Krypton Jul 13 '19 at 12:29
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    $\begingroup$ Rot13(Gurer vf ab uvfgbel gnt. Vf vg zvffvat, be vf gur chmmyr npghnyyl abg eryngrq gb uvfgbel?) $\endgroup$ – Arnaud Mortier Jul 14 '19 at 9:56

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