What country would you like to learn more about

United States
July 22, 2007 4:56pm CST
Other then your own ..what country really sparks your curiosity and makes you wish you could learn more about it? If you could would you plan a trip there?
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@malijka (141)
• Poland
22 Jul 07
Ireland and Egypt :) First one for views, music just ... i love it :) Egypt because it so unbelievable that ppl made something like pyrimds so many years ago :)
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• United States
22 Jul 07
Yes.. I agree..it is totally amazing that pyramids were constructed so many years ago and before the inventions of advanced technology..
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@malijka (141)
• Poland
22 Jul 07
Still wondering how they did this :
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• United States
22 Jul 07
I think Scotland or Ireland would be great areas to learn more about it and even visit someday maybe. I love their culture and their homes.
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• United States
23 Jul 07
Are the two cultures: Scotland and Ireland..the same? I know they have the same accent..or at first sounds similar.
@malijka (141)
• Poland
23 Jul 07
Similar maybe ... because they are pretty close each other ... but there are some differences :)
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• United States
23 Jul 07
I wonder..do they speak a different language in Ireland and Scotland?
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
I have two in mind, Italy for its vast history, and England, because i like to see buckinham palace... given the chance,, i like to go just about anywhere if i have the means.
• United States
23 Jul 07
Yes..I agree..it would be quite a treat to see Buckingham Palace. Would you seek out an audience with the Queen or try to chat with one of the Princes?
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
chat with the princes! they're so good looking!
@faith210 (11233)
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
Hi littlefranciscan! I guess, I wanted to go to Italy next. Aside from the shops and stores (lol), I really wanted to see the architectural designs of the structures in that place. I am interested in the people and cuisine too. Although I have met some Italians went I went to the UK and have already sampled their cuisine in restaurants here in my country, I still want to get into the experience of actually being there.
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• United States
23 Jul 07
Italy is rich in History..so much went on there..Especially during the early years of Christianity where they had the amphitheater and the lions .. So much history. I know the food must be good..as like you said..there are many Italians in America. I am sure they have a different flavor to their pasta that the american take on "italian".
@kgwat70 (13398)
• United States
23 Jul 07
I think the country that I would like to learn more about would be Italy. I have heard from others that it is so beautiful there and the people are nice and there is a lot to see and do. Hopefully sometime in my life I will be able to visit there. I used to have a penpal that lived there and she was a great friend.
• United States
23 Jul 07
Hello Ken, I hope you do get to Italy sometime in your life then..I have not been there either..but have been to Portugal for an extended stay. I have found the people in Europe to be most friendly.
• United States
22 Jul 07
I would love to learn more about New Zealand. My sister just recently moved there with her husband of eight years. He is from there and I have seen a lot of pictures of their country and I love the way that it looks. I would love to learn about their culture and the way that they do things. I know that they aren't much different from the United States but it would be awsome to move there. I am planning to go there in a year and a half. Their Winter is our Summer and vise versa so if I go I will go in my winter time.
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• United States
22 Jul 07
The only thing I know about New Zealand is they do well in the winter olympics..They seem to do better then others with the colder weather.
• Canada
22 Jul 07
I would like to learn more about Turkey. I have a couple of Turkish female friends in my hometown of Guelph Ontario, and some time in the future my fiance and I would like to travel to Turkey, possibly for our honeymoon.
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• United States
22 Jul 07
I don't know too much about Turkey.. When you go please write here about your experience; that is: here on mylot.
22 Jul 07
Japan,china these 2 countrys to me look really intresting and id like to learn about there culture
• United States
22 Jul 07
Why is it that you would like to visit Japan and China..Are these countries of your ancestors?
@malijka (141)
• Poland
22 Jul 07
Japan is really interesting country ... cherry land :) with little bit different architecture, food, music - well it might be sometimes annoing :)
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• United States
22 Jul 07
I didn't know Japan is cherry land..but I guess each country has it's special exports.
• Philippines
23 Jul 07
I always want to learn more about India and its culture. I am so fascinated with it. I am also trying to learning the Hindi language. I would want to consider India as my second country because my beloved is an Indian. Of course I wanna learn more about his country and his culture.
@rekhum (2374)
• India
25 Jul 07
I am surprised. But considering the colorful culture India has to offer its not shocking though. Born and brought up in India but still fumbling when it comes to hindi.hee hee.I like the way other country people speak hindi in their own accent.Also try out their hot & spicy chicken tikka masala.I hope you did. The food is whats holding me back here. But i'd like to know about more of Scandinavian Countries. Norway,Denmark...
@SViswan (12095)
• India
4 Sep 07
Country...hmmm. Some of the countries in Africa seem to be interesting. Though I've been to Ghana and Egypt, I've never had the opportunity to learn more about the places. I was only 7 when I went to Egypt. I'd love to go to Ethiopia to learn more about civilization.
@sukumar794 (5047)
• Thiruvananthapuram, India
23 Jul 07
It is England and Scotland that I love to know more about . I had even wished that I would have been born in an English countryside . This may be due to my reading Thomas Hardy or Emily Bronte.