What is your dream travel destination and why?

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Mine is Greece, Santorini!


Why?

The most dramatic of all the Greek islands, Santorini is best known for the cliff-top towns of Fira and Oia, which lie on the west coast, overlooking the deep, blue sea-filled caldera. :)

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Oh god, I can't decide in just one! There are sooooo many things to see , I'm an Architect so I have a lot of places I want to visit, not only for the people but also for its history and architecture. So this is a difficult decision hehe. Maybe a quiet place far away from the cities (detox fantasy), like a cabin in some forest between mountains, Switzerland maybe? 

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Jess.PWinkler wrote:
Oh god, I can't decide in just one! There are sooooo many things to see :dizzy_face:, I'm an Architect so I have a lot of places I want to visit, not only for the people but also for its history and architecture. So this is a difficult decision hehe. Maybe a quiet place far away from the cities (detox fantasy), like a cabin in some forest between mountains, Switzerland maybe?


Oh you're an Architect, that so great.


You must have really good drafts and plans for sure.


Hopefully, Philippines will be one from your list in the future. :) 

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VeePerez24 wrote:
Jess.PWinkler wrote:
Oh god, I can't decide in just one! There are sooooo many things to see :dizzy_face:, I'm an Architect so I have a lot of places I want to visit, not only for the people but also for its history and architecture. So this is a difficult decision hehe. Maybe a quiet place far away from the cities (detox fantasy), like a cabin in some forest between mountains, Switzerland maybe?

Oh you're an Architect, that so great.
You must have really good drafts and plans for sure.
Hopefully, Philippines will be one from your list in the future. :)


You should recommend some sites to visit in Philippines!  

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My favorite spot in the Philippines:



I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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amazing...

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leosmith wrote:
My favorite spot in the Philippines:

Looks like a good place to relax!

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I would love to visit Hawaii

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New Zealand and/or Australia. I love their accent and the landscape, nature. I love how remote it is and I believe it has a totally different feeling and intention than the rest of the world. I also admire many artists/musicians that emerge from there now gaining more and more international recognition. Like Tash Sultana and Opal Ocean. 


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Japan. This is the country that I think is for me and my little family. On my part, I love how humble, industrious and well-mannered Japanese people are. I guess this is what endears me most to the country. My husband, likewise, loves Japan for its people (he even dreamt of marrying a Japanese woman when he was younger hahaha) and for one more thing - anime. He is planning to learn Nihonggo so if he gets lucky and travels to Japan, he can understand the people straight away. I would also love for my children to adopt the Japanese attitude. Efficient, well-mannered, family-oriented, creative - these are the characteristics that I think will come handy for the future generation. It would be nice to impart these to them as early as now.

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Mine is USA, i’ve never travelled outside my country. If i could travel around the world and get paid while doing that, i’d be living my dream.:slightly_smiling_face:

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leosmith wrote:

My favorite spot in the Philippines:


This looks beautiful 

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I'd love to visit Morocco because of its night markets, food, and beautiful sand dunes. A little north would be Spain, it would be nice seeing century-old churches, plazas, and of course the experience first hand the Spanish language.  

Aleks

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leosmith wrote:
My favorite spot in the Philippines:


Wow! Never been here. Where's this place Leo?


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jfarrah wrote:
leosmith wrote:
My favorite spot in the Philippines:


Wow! Never been here. Where's this place Leo?


I was about to ask the same question, is it in Palawan? Or somewhere in Batangas?


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TemitopeAkinyede wrote:
Mine is USA, i’ve never travelled outside my country. If i could travel around the world and get paid while doing that, i’d be living my dream.:slightly_smiling_face:


Getting paid while traveling will the best thing this world. :D I love that.

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Jess.PWinkler wrote:
VeePerez24 wrote:
Jess.PWinkler wrote:
Oh god, I can't decide in just one! There are sooooo many things to see :dizzy_face:, I'm an Architect so I have a lot of places I want to visit, not only for the people but also for its history and architecture. So this is a difficult decision hehe. Maybe a quiet place far away from the cities (detox fantasy), like a cabin in some forest between mountains, Switzerland maybe?

Oh you're an Architect, that so great.
You must have really good drafts and plans for sure.
Hopefully, Philippines will be one from your list in the future. :)

You should recommend some sites to visit in Philippines! :hushed:


I will surely recommend Coron, Palawan and Aklan, Boracay for you. Boracay is similar (close to) to Maldives. :)

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TemitopeAkinyede wrote:
Mine is USA, i’ve never travelled outside my country. If i could travel around the world and get paid while doing that, i’d be living my dream.:slightly_smiling_face:



Travel vlogging :P :) 


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Chill wrote:
family-oriented

The men are work-oriented, hobby-oriented and family-oriented, in that order. It's a tough culture to fit into, unless you're Japanese.

jfarrah wrote:

Wow! Never been here. Where's this place Leo?

Blue star dive resort, Anda, Bohol.

I'm reading the Malazan Book of the Fallen.

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seaside resorts make great holiday destinations

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