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31. Posted by nathan6 (Budding Member 3 posts) 9y

hi friends,
my favorite is Icmeler Turkey becoz we can get there all things likes luxury rental cars, and stars hotel and lot of beautiful places for visit, so i will recommend to all for this place that want to go for holiday. thanks!!

nathan6
Icmeler Turkey

[ Edit: Edited on Aug 3, 2007, at 10:20 AM by nathan6 ]

32. Posted by wanghong (First Time Poster 1 posts) 9y

Luoyang China!

33. Posted by Wonkerer (Respected Member 592 posts) 9y

In general, both the Republic of Ireland and Northern Ireland. If I were to go back I'd probably do it all, but my favorite place would probably be Co. Antrim - the Glens of Antrim, Giant's Causeway, Dunluce Castle and Carrick-a-rede rope bridge. If I were going to live someplace else I'd probably choose either Killarney or somewhere on the Dingle peninsula.

34. Posted by claireh (Respected Member 318 posts) 9y

My favourite country I've visited is India (so much so, I've already been twice in 2 years and would go again in a flash). It is jammed full of culture, there is so much to see and do. Rajasthan has the architecture and the real deserty feel, Varanassi has the true spiritual feel, Goa and Gokarna have the beaches, Kerala the backwaters. Travelling India, for me, was the most rewarding and memorable experience of my life. It is a challenge, but that makes it even more special.

Hmm, living abroad....I'd probably go for Bangkok. Infact, I have considered it. The thais are very accommodating to westerners. there are good jobs for expats and you can live well there. There are great bars, great shops and, of course, the food is amazing. During my travels there, I met expats who loved the city and were very happy with their decision to live there. It's an eastern city with a western edge which makes integration and settling easier.

35. Posted by kombizz (Full Member 1416 posts) 9y

Egypt or Tunisia

36. Posted by anglosurma (Respected Member 106 posts) 9y

Kashmir in northern India

its another world , the high threat of terrorism , hardly any westerners , complete different culture and attitudes almost opposite to those of the west in some aspect, trekking in mountains that have tribes that have never seen westerners in there life and a mountain range that has no rescue services if anything goes wrong, and the sound of the islamic prayers at the mosques echoing through the mountain ranges and forests.

all these reasons really make you feel away from home and out of that comfort zone .

want to try it drop me a mail if you dare

37. Posted by S_Deisler (Respected Member 266 posts) 9y

I have never been anywhere but europe, however if I had to pick a place right now (from europe) I'm pretty sure it would be one of the countries from the eastern part

38. Posted by samsara_ (Travel Guru 5353 posts) 9y

Bolivia really did it for me I have to say. It's such a diverse country. Being there gave me exactly the sort of travel experience I was looking for - it was eye opening, challenging, so so beautiful. I had some of the best experiences of my life there I have to say. It was both the most difficult but most rewarding place in which I travelled.

Argentina came up a close second for other reasons. It was just such a fun place to travel. I lived it up big time there and met great characters, particularly in Cordoba and Buenos Aires. Fantastic memories from there, just very different ones to Bolivia.

And the weirdest place without a doubt and also high on the list was Easter Island. So remote. It has a huge impact on you I think.

In Europe....that's just too hard. Too many favourites :) But if I was pushed....Slovenia was pretty cool. Favourite cities would be Madrid or Rome.

:)

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