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Discussion in 'World News, Current Events & Politics' started by Daemon.nds, May 28, 2009.
Which do you think is the coolest/most interesting?
I'm sort of a J-Head, so Japan is on my top 5 places to visit.
England. The whole UK, in fact.
Japan- Surprises at every turn and everytime you go there something seems a bit different or more different in some cases.
Taiwan- Innovative and kinda takes all the good and unique ideas of both Japan and China.
Singapore- Superb food that covers all influences in Asia, clean place, nearly crime free, best health food restaurants anywhere (very expensive though).
Chile- Best wine in the world, best seafood outside of Asia, some of the best beef and pork in the Americas, and beaches that are friendly for a backpacker such as myself.
It aint bad over here, you guys should give it a try
I'd want to go to Venice, Paris, Hawaii (only because LOST is filmed there and I love tropical place), Cryidel (lol Oblivion), and the Amazon.
Kinda interesting or my vacation spots.
Obvious answer: United States
Actually, New Zealand seems cool
South-Korea, (I'm scared of North-Korea) and Japan. South-Korea is interesting to me for it's culture and food specialities and Japan for the Akiba's, cosplay-girls and games
Obvious answer - Cuba
soo expensive >_<
Japan with its animey goodness
Dunno, maybe New Zealand.
Holand, i think its a nice country
Singapore is so safe its scary.
I reckon any place around Europe would be nice. I've been thinking of France or Italy for a while . .
I love my homeland and Japan
Singapore- Wide variety of food! Has good law and order, Most importantly.... THERES ME!!!!! But Singapore's currency isn't very low though, coming here isn't going to be too cheap.
Japan- Nintendo, anime, manga, sushi ..... Japan is great.
GREECE ftw !!!!!
Mostly because I love everything from Japan. From food to anime/manga.
Most Interesting would be in europe France, UK, Germany or Italy. They are old countries with so much to see and do. Japan comes close to europe because I love so much the culture there.