the most beautiful places you have ever seen...
February 9, 2011 1:33am CST
Hello guys..i've been thingking of having a vacation. But, I have no idea where and what's the best place to visit...any suggestions? Thanks... velarapoc96
13 Feb 11
I was in China during the events on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of the Republic and was the best choice. While I was doing "crowd bath" every day, I saw things at any other time would not be seen. I was in Paris in August and it was awful because I had to spend half my day in line at Notre Dame and just about as much time to climb the Eiffel Tower (and I assure you it's more exhausting when you are accompanied by a child). Instead of the Easter holiday last year we spent in Amsterdam and was an excellent choice, the sun smiled shyly at us every morning, we tickle the nostrils with the scent of flowers their isitors were fewer in number ... Now, if you want a holiday with fun and a lot of money to sustain the option, you can go in the season, if you want a quiet vacation and it's your stay and some money, go in the low season. I prefer the low season to find cheap flights, accommodation is cheaper, and generally all services at a reduced price.I hope you enjoy your vacation!
11 Feb 11
This is a wonderful world, and there are many many beautiful places in different parts of the world. I have been so amazed and impressed with the unique scenes of some of the places I had visited. One place I was very much awe-struck was "Mount Fuji" (Fujiyama) in Japan. In my eyes, no other place or Mount in the world is comparable to the beauty of Fujiyama !
9 Feb 11
I visited Cartagena De Indies in Colombia on my trip that I have just come back from. The old town of that city is very picturesque and charming. It is surrounded by ramparts and has very attractive looking buildings. It is the finest medieval town in South America. It has the Caribbean coastline on its doorstep as well. When I was 20 years old I went to Sydney in Australia and that is a stunningly beautiful city. The white sails are the opera house and there is an unusual looking gray bridge. Beaches stretch around the harbor and north plus south of it. I liked Watson's Bay, Shark Bay, Avalon and Palm Beach. Five years ago I went on a very exciting trip to Mexico, Belize and Guatemala. I was able to climb Mayan ruins, go on an exciting cave adventure and do lots of snorkeling around the coral reef. Last year I visited the lovely city of Vancouver and there Stanley Park is very beautiful plus it has lots of interesting things to do. There is a fascinating old clock in Gas Town. I loved walking along English Bay Beach. The year before last I visited Cape Town and the Garden Route. I saw penguins at Boulder's Beach. I loved seeing pretty looking Camp Bay.
9 Feb 11
I don't know about your budget but you may start with our own country first. If you want beautiful white sand beaches, clear waters, party all night and many people around, you can go to Boracay. If you prefer a quieter destination, pick Bohol. But still, the beaches are quite crowded because it is the second most loved beach in the Philippines. If you still want lesser crowd, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, go to Bantayan Island or Siargao Island. But if you want seclusion, white sand beaches and crystal clear waters, go to Calaguas Island or pick any island in the northern part of Palawan. If you want cool weather, go to Baguio or Sagada. If you want your vacation to be full of activities, go to Cagayan de Oro. You can go island hopping, river rafting, tubing, rapelling, spelunking, hiking, canopy walk, zipline, zorbing. I think you name it they have it. If you want food trip, go to Bacolod and Iloilo, Cebu, Davao or Ilocos. If you want hiking, there are plenty of mountains to choose from... Start with the less difficult. Try the mountains of Zambales or Batangas.
9 Feb 11
I've not been to a lot of places aside from my country, the PH. So I think that would be Boracay beach. It has white fine sand and pristine beach water. Though it's kinda congested now and some say that they have this trash problem. But I still think that this is a beautiful place.
9 Feb 11
I can recommend you my country :) Yes really, Slovenia. Its beautiful country in central Europe. East from Italy and south from Austria. You have here in such small place so much to see. From beautiful sea to high alpine mountains. You have some urban life in some cities and also countryside. If you like skiing, here is lots of skislopes. You could go swiming, if the sea is still to cold, you have plenty of thermal baths, with natural warm spring and helathy water. Lots to do and lots to see. Its worth to visit.