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1. Posted by Mary96 (First Time Poster 1 posts) 6w Star this if you like it!

I love traveling, but i don't know where is the best? Give me somewhere! Please. Thankyou

2. Posted by leics2 (Respected Member 647 posts) 6w 2 Star this if you like it!

Nowhere is 'best' and nowhere (other than war-torn countries, obviously) is not 'best'.

What any individual thinks is 'best' depends entirely on that individual's preferences and interests.

So unless you tell us where (if anywhere) you've already been and give us some idea of your preferences and interests it's pretty much impossible to make any suggestions! :-)

[ Edit: Edited on 08-Mar-2019, at 02:07 by leics2 ]

3. Posted by Bennytheball (Budding Member 17 posts) 6w Star this if you like it!

I like Morocco because the weather is infinitely better than soggy Scotland with its summertime biting Clegs and Midgies, it's also a lot cheaper to exist on a daily basis, food, drink, public transport and accommodation can all be in the economy bracket with some essential forward planning, beach lovers will be spoiled for choice from the many miles of deserted clean beaches along the Atlantic and Mediterranean coasts as you can see here....

https://www.travellerspoint.com/photos/stream/photoID/4612738/users/Bennytheball/

The only time frame to avoid Morocco is during the month-long religious daily fast of Ramadan, this year from 6th May 'til 5th June, although the compulsory fast does not directly affect non-Muslims or tourists it can be difficult to find somewhere to eat during the day as most shops will be closed until sundown and street bars and cafes will also observe the closure.

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5. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 2216 posts) 6w Star this if you like it!

Where are you from? Is your country so small you have seen everything already?

Easiest might be hopping in your car and visiting other places in your country that are new to you. Providing you are old enough to legally drive and have enough money.

Overseas travel requires a passport and sufficient money for airfare and for paying for day to day spending. Overseas travel means you must do research on visa requirements. Overseas destinations have limits on duration of visit and some require proof of onward travel. (This POOT could mean a plane ticket out of the country by a certain date.)

Fill out your profile so we know if you are a kid in school or an adult.

Your choice.

6. Posted by Andrew Mack (Travel Guru 774 posts) 6w 1 Star this if you like it!

Quoting Bennytheball

I like Morocco

Are you sure the OP doesn't live in Morocco (or hasn't visited it already)?
Maybe they come from a very hot climate and consider cool climates as better (although I prefer warm/hot places).

As others have said, Not enough info supplied by the OP to make any worthwhile comments (and a chance they're just preparing for a education research questionnaire post or warming up for some SPAM).

[ Edit: Edited on 08-Mar-2019, at 06:31 by Andrew Mack ]

7. Posted by Cottonwood (Budding Member 83 posts) 6w 1 Star this if you like it!

I could really promote where I live here in Sun Valley, Idaho, USA, only if you enjoy skiing in the winter or hiking, fishing, golfing and river rafting in the summer.......which is not far of a drive from Salt lake City, Utah, Yellowstone Park, Wyoming and endless other things in between.

Then again, you may not like that.......back to the original questions asked, "What's your desire? What do you like to do, see, can you afford it?"

8. Posted by Beausoleil (Travel Guru 1050 posts) 6w Star this if you like it!

Mary, Your Profile Page is completely blank so we know nothing about you. You say you love to travel which suggests you have traveled. I would cheerfully suggest many different places in France but I have no idea if you have been there or not.

Help us to help you by giving us a little more information. Do you like cities, small towns and villages or nature? Are you big budget, mid budget or low budget? Do you prefer to travel in your own country or to other countries? If to other countries, do you have an up-to-date passport? How much time do you want to spend on any one trip? What kind of transportation do you want to use? Do you mind going places where you don't speak the language?

A good start would be to put some information on your Profile Page. Most of us check that before we answer questions.

Thanks and I hope you enjoy your time on TravellersPoint.

9. Posted by karazyal (Travel Guru 2216 posts) 6w Star this if you like it!

"Give me somewhere! Please."

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How about a trip into space?

Richard Branson will fly you into space! Google him up and see if this trip fits your budget.

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