Where in the world, that you haven't already been, would you most like to visit & why?
For me it would be Alaska or Siberia. The scenery is fantastic & the silence and solitude appeals to me. It really is "nature in the raw". I've been to plenty of hot places & I think a good dose of sub-zero would do me good!
Alaska - see the northern lights
Santorini, Greece - Beautiful there
Tokyo, Japan - No reason, just always wanted to go
and various places of northern and western Africa
I would like to go to Alaska, and on a European Vacation through Rome, Paris, London, Madrid, etc. I wouldn't mind going down under either, hehe, good day mate!
In the world? Darn...
Heh. I would go to... uh... I don't know...
I don't really find any of this scenery crap interesting, or tourist locations or anything really. I suppose I wouldn't mind going to E3 or some kind of Linux convention, but that's it. The internet is my home, and it's all over.
Europe in general... i've always loved old buildings and the history involved with them
I would like to visit Scandinavia. Their culture has always intregued(or however you spell it) me.
Beijing captial of China Olympic Games would Held here 2008
and north Africa ,
the place that i would like to go would be Europe.... got great histroical buildings and sculpturs.......
Korea, both north and south.
For north korea, i wanna see an absoulte communist society. i am from China, which is a communist country too. But China has changed a lot. i think now she is more close to capitalism. So i want to visit north korea, which is mysterious to me.
For south korea, i promise a friend that i would go to there next year. i don't want to break my promise, and i want to see her too.
North Pole, South Pole, USA, Venice..
I'd like to go to England, I have heard a lot about it, but never really beem there, I'd like to visit there....when I have money lol.
I hoped may everywhere travel, world each place.
I would really like to go visit some part of rural Japan. The big snow-topped mountains and the forests that you see in the movies, not the neon Vegas-like cities.