what country do you want to visit?
December 17, 2009 9:35pm CST
i really want to visit my homeland Palestine even though its occupied and the occupiers make our lives a living hell still in my eyes its amazing and i wish i can go there every year i love the haifa beaches its an amazing country with amazing people, what about you what country do you want to go to?
18 Dec 09
I visited Israel in 1997. I went to Jerusalem and I popped over to see Bethlehem. I hope that you will get to visit Palestine. I am really keen to travel to tropical islands so therefore I would like to go the Mauritius. I adore seeing wildlife so I would like to go to Madagascar. I love seeing historical ruins so I would be amazed to see Machu Picchu. I would adore a trip to the Philippines to go island hopping an and snorkeling. It would be excellent if I could go to Colombia to visit Cartagena. As you can see my travel wish list is quite long. Happy traveling.
18 Dec 09
Hi! I also want to visit my father's land Vietnam, because I want to see all my relatives there and see the country. I have already been there, but it was 15 years ago and except the pictures I don't have many memories from there. I know that the country has developed since then, and I want to see how. There are more and more tourists, who visit the country every year and now it is one of the most visited countries in Asia!
18 Dec 09
I want to visit Japan. What are the elements that attract me to Japan? People? and Culture? Japan's population is nearly 45%of the US population. Yet Japan's area is a small fraction of the US area, roughly equal in size to the state of Montana. 70% of the area is rugged and mountainous, duo to Japan's volcanic origins, and thus uninhabitable. Tokyo is the largest cities. Nevertheless, Japanese have developed the ability to live in harmony and peace, and have attained one of the highest living standards on earth. They have nurtured traditions which serve to dissipate stress and enhance personal and social well being. This is reflected in the fact that the Japanese live longer than any other nationality. Japan's history has been powerfully shaped by their isolated geography accentuating their homogeneous sense of national unity. Throughout their long history and significantly influenced by their mainland neighbors, the Chinese and Koreans, the Japanese have developed very unique customs and cultural trappings, many of which seem confusing at first to American eyes and tastes. While Japan's cultural treasure is vital to the Japanese national identity and therefore, in many instances, very carefully preserved, Japan often leads the world in the evolving process called progress, especially with regard to technology. Thus Tokyo, although viewed by some social architects as a nightmare, is an amazing, sometimes mesmerizing college of the ancient and the modern. Japan is extremely clean and safe, with one of the lowest crime rates in the world. It is blessed with natural beauty which varies by season. The food, is nutritious, widely varied, and presented in an aesthetically pleasing manner. The public transit system is highly efficient, clean and punctual. The people are courteous and helpful. To my subjective senses, the air and light in Japan are different. Unlike any I have experienced elsewhere.I just share my thoughts here. Have a nice day.
18 Dec 09
I have been to Indonesia twice, but missed the opportunity to go to Bali Island. That's one place I very much like to visit, having heard a lot and seen many pictures of the beautiful beaches and tourist attractions. I look forward to visit Bali Island the next time I am in Indonesia.
18 Dec 09
i want to visit USA, European countries. i want to learn diff cultures. i want to see different people. my country is small but i haven't visited everything yet.i love beaches as well and i dream to visit the carribean...i love my country, the Philippines and i will tour it first before i visit other countries....