the nicest country which you´ve been visited...
March 25, 2009 10:33am CST
describe it..tell our something about this country...what capture you the most..and if you would like to go there once again..and why
25 Mar 09
The nicest country I've visited so far was Hongkong, China.. I've been there for more than a few times! I was nine when I first visited the place and I was with my grandparents, aunt and older brother.. You know what, if given a chance, i'd like to stay there for good.. I just find the place safe to live in.. plus, it's abundant with beautiful sceneries(Ocean Park, Disneyland, Hong Kong Park, Discovery Bay, etc), enormous shopping malls(Pacific Place, IFC, Times Square, The Landmark, Festival Walk, Sogo, Harbour City) authentic chinese restaurants( City Hall- best dim sum restaurant, Jumbo Floating, ), great transportation services(cab drivers are honest), trendy people, nice weather(it gets very cold on hoildays), etc..
• Slovak Republic
26 Mar 09
hm.. China...i sometimes when i come to our shops feel like in China..´cause everywhere i see chinesses sellers... :) i don´t know if i would like to visit China once..i have never thought about it.. if i can i´ll choose some more exotic country than China..in China it´s very noisy..crowded..everybody moves...i think...i´ll choose some country like hawai, florida, canary islands or something like that
• United Kingdom
7 Apr 09
The nicest country that I have been to is Samoa, a group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean. I loved seeing the palm fringed beaches, the exciting blow holes, the green rain forest and the cool waterfalls. I adored the rustic looking accommodation. I liked the friendly people and found the culture interesting. I found the prices very reasonable and liked how unspoilt it was. I enjoyed visiting Robert Louis Stevenson's House which is now a museum detailing life of the author that wrote Treasure Island. I would love to return there and if I do I hope to visit Tonga as well. It is far from home though and the flights would be pricey.