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21. Posted by La roby (Budding Member 2 posts) 2y

I think that all countries are beautiful and special. The world is so big that it’s impossible to visit all countries in the only one life! I went to Nepal and India last month and I falled in love with them! Nepal is magic and there are landscapes beautiful. There are the highest mountains in the world and the people are lovely! India is interesting too.. it’s very big country , the north and the south are so different from each other and the religion attends in every moment of their life..it’s mysterious and fascinating..
Italy is a wonderful country to visit too.. there are mountains where you can walk or ski , lakes where you can relax, cities where you can find art,history and entertainment, typical villages where you can find the local heritage with his foods and dialects, sea where you can swim and relax, islands.. all you want. :)

22. Posted by i c e (Respected Member 326 posts) 2y

If you are talking about naturally beautiful.

There is NO country (of the 40 I have been to) Like the United States (I've been to ever city and state many times. :)). From California to New Hampshire, the preservation and quality and access to the most beautiful things are unparalleled. The National park system is breath taking. The Autumn leave, astounding. The Colorado Rockies are the most accessible extreme outdoor adventure that can be had. The skiing, snow access is wow. Deserts, lakes, rivers, mountains, trees (some hundreds of feet tall mind you), caverns, rock formations, sand stone, starry nights, gardens, fields, farms, big skys, oceans, cliffs, beaches, woods, hills, wildlife... the USA just cannot be beat.

Just my humble but strong opinion.

J.

  • btw. Hi again to all who know me here from years ago. :)
23. Posted by parveen7 (Budding Member 9 posts) 2y

I go for India

24. Posted by EduVision (Budding Member 2 posts) 2y

If you like friendly people without having to worry about being ripped off and see the nature up close and personal, Nepal could be a good destination. We recently had an Indian guest from Delhi, who was impressed that no one tried to rip her off even when people knew she was not from here. That is totally unlike India she told us.

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