Your unforgettable tour / visit to a new place.

India
October 9, 2010 9:21am CST
As a human, we all are fond of travel. Even the busiest person on earth is also having a desire to go on a tour to get relaxed from the monotonous work load/mental tension. though we visit so many places, there is certainly one or more UNFORGETTABLE TOUR / visit to a new place in our life. Kindly share one or two such incidents.
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@maximax8 (28559)
• United Kingdom
9 Oct 10
The best trips I have been on have been: Around the World when I was 20 years old, a safari in Kenya when I was in my mid twenties, a trip to New Zealand and the Pacific Islands when I was 29 years old, to the Seychelles in my early thirties and to Central America when I was in my mid thirties. In Belize, Guatemala and Mexico I saw Mayan ruins, wildlife, tropical beaches and did lots of snorkeling.
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• India
9 Oct 10
That's an excellent piece of info. the Mayan ruins ! wow... the ancient civilization very old. thank u maximax for responding.
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@kiran8 (15354)
• Mangalore, India
9 Oct 10
Hi mouli, I too love travelling and almost all travel experiences have been memorable to me. Last year I went to Chikmagalur for a weekend which was memorable because of many things. We also went to Hassan close to Belur to a resort this year and that too was a great trip. But my most memorable trip which I can never ever forget is a trip we made when I was still in school, with my parents and siblings.We went to Mysore, Palghat and Olavakot in Kerala, which was most enjoyable . My father had the knack of making any experience memorable because of his nature, he was such a fabulous person... Have a nice evening
• India
9 Oct 10
Hello Kiran. thanks for that comment. The first one i received in this discussion. its always nice to recollect those happy moments. Especially those childhood tours are really unforgettable. Keep in touch. take care.
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• Philippines
11 Oct 10
Ilove travelling too. I'm from the Philippines, and I'm proud thatwe have a lot of islands with beautiful destinations. one unforgetable place for me, is Boracay I love the white sands and the night life.. and of course the beach. Ive been to neighboring Asian countries, I love Hongkong specially its disneyland and macau, its historical places and their Venetian macau.
• India
12 Oct 10
thats really nice description loralie. and pls. accept my sorry for belated reply. i had been with other important work for a couple of days. anyway thanks for participating.
@anurag3786 (6275)
• India
9 Oct 10
I love travelling very much. And when I get time then I like to go for travelling any good places. And last year I was go to a hill station named Nainital. Yes it was a very good hill station. And I like everything their. I feel their as I comes in the lap of nature. And I want to go their again. So I think that trip was my unforgettable trip.
• India
9 Oct 10
yeah. i also heard. Ninital is very cold place. i would like to make it also. let me see when is it possible for me. thanks anurag.
@doggydimon (1372)
• Philippines
11 Jan 11
Last year, I was fortunate enough to have one of my wishes come true. I went to Siem Reap, Cambodia. I am a fan of the Seven Wonders of the World both old and new. So after how many years of wanting to go to Angkor Wat, it finally happened last year. I went with some of my friends. We were just touring the first temple of Angkor Thom, I was in awe. As if I have been transported back in time. Then in the afternoon we went to Angkor Wat and spent the whole afternoon taking a picture of it. The following day we went to Ta Phrom, famous spot chosen as the location for the Tomb Raider movie. It was an unforgettable tour for me because I remember seeing myself walking those roads and touching the walls as if I was there when it was newly built. My imagination was running wild with enchantments and mystery with the place. Also it was unforgettable for me because the whole tour itself was amazing. The tour guide was great. The people in Siem Reap were nice. prices in markets were cheap and most of all I really loved their food. I miss Siem Reap. :D