Japan. No idea why... "I like sushi" doesn't seem to cut it as a valid excuse, but I've always wanted to go.
This is if you want a natural wonder kinda trip, there's a lot more if you wanna see cities and what not.
Australia. Awesome nature, awesome people and the hottest women in the world.
"You're messing with my zen thing, man!"
Hmm, I've already seen most of Europe, but I'd like to visit Portugal (my mother breeds portuguese podengos). But besides that, I'm a lot more interested in traveling to Africa, Asia or South-America (not countries, but meh, don't have any spesific ones). Traveling is nice, but I'm not all that crazy about it. I guess I've traveled enough to not think of it as anything that special. The best part of traveling? Food. And that's why I'm so interested in traveling to countries out of my "comfort zone" (= western culture).
Well since I visited almost every country in Europe including Russia ( wasn't that hard since I am from Europe ), i would like to visit Australia ( have sister there and probably will go this year ), Japan and Alaska.
If I'd have to choose one country, it would be South Korea or Japan.
But I'd rather travel from country to country, visit all the possible places etc.
My girlfriend is mostly interested in the big cities like NYC and LA. So we would have to try and cover both the fascinating landscapes and the Big cities+the thing is I would really like to visit the family I got in the U.S during a trip like this as well, the ones I got most contact with is located outside Atlanta and Seattle so it would require more then a few weeks to say the least.
I had a cousin who went to San Diego a couple of years ago among many other places, it was her fave spot during her trip, all I knew about it was that it's a big ass navy base and that there are loads of golf courses. lol
Shit like this actually goes through your fucking brain?
Antarctica, i know, its a continent, but its the only continent ive yet to visit...so i want to go there to say ive been to all of them.
I've already been to italy greece and turkey, and id probably go to italy again if i could, on the other hand I've always wanted to visit australia and new zealand
I'm from the USA, I live in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania but was born & raised in Charleston, South Carolina. I've always wanted to visit England, Italy & Germany. Also someday I've love to visit Egypt.
maybe it's because i am italian but i really don't see what all the fuzz about my country is, given the posters in this thread it seems like a lot of people want to visit but meh
nature is so and so, nothing spectacular compared to what i've seen in other countries (for instance, monument valley in the US or the fjords in norway). sure there's plenty of art but god wouldn't it be boring spending a whole week visiting museums. food? can't tell me one visits a country just for the food. and most people here are either asses or idiots
Germany or Switzerland. Probably Switzerland, unless it was Germany during Octoberfest.