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Discussion in 'General Off-Topic Chat' started by Zyvyn, Jun 25, 2018.
My choice seems kinda random that being Hakonegasaki Japan a small town northeast of Tokyo.
The least expensive place on earth.
May I ask why? Also unsure if your japanese but i've always heard once you leave tokyo people are very racist.
I Have not been to Japan since I was young but from my experience and what I've heard from others it's quite nice there and of all places, Hagonegasaki just seems like a nice little town that I would even live in which wouldn't be that hard seeing I do speak a small amount of japanese.
The Maldives, went there last year in january (2017) and loved it! Costs like 15.000 usd for a proper resort, if I ever win the lottery I move there permanently. Dolphins, Sharks, Turtles... pfft!
Paris, France. Tha't my fav city. Last year I've already been there and it was probably best trip I ever had. My friends advised me to attend one local massage parlour here http://sweettouch.fr/ in Paris and tried tantra massage. It was awesome, I still remember that pretty masseuse. Want to visit that place again.
Not true I lived in various places in Japan when I was younger and was never once racially abused and never once heard any racist comment made about anyone.
Been to a lot of places in Europe and can't decide which is the best.
Tho I'm inclined to say Austria cus mountains.
Far far away from my life, and start from zero.
For vacation, southern California is my perfect place to visit. Not to live, but to visit.
I've always wanted to see Japan, though. I want to learn the language before I'd attempt to go though, and it's something I want to do years from now, but it is a place I've wanted to visit since I was a kid.
One day, I'd like to see Sweden, because my family is from there, and I'd love to see Europe, and what better excuse than to just have fun visiting where my bloodline hails from?
Outside of that, Canada as well, though I already intend to go there before the year is up.
If I had to choose a place to live, it would be Oregon. Lovely looking state, has majors cities but isn't really polluted and over crowded yet, and the Pacific Northwest just had a feeling to it that makes me feel at home. I would detest the constant rain, however.
Tokyo is somewhere I definitely want to visit, but I want to visit a lot of places, that's just at the top of the list as it seems the most unique
Dunno if I could pick just one TBH, there are a lot of places that I would love to visit, and live.
Apenzell, Switzerland is quite beautiful, it's one of the places on my "visit at some point in time" list. Switzerland in general I think would be a nice place to just kinda roam for a few weeks.
New Zealand as well, just in general. One of our "dream" honeymoon spots for my fiancee and I is Hobbiton, New Zealand, as well as just hiking around the mountains and fjords and such.
And then of course I'd love to see Japan, both the big cities and the countryside.
China as well, though I'd rather stick to the countryside here rather than the cities.
And a lot more, of course. I'd love to go to a lot of the national parks and such in the US, maybe visit Hawaii and Alaska a few times.
I'd like an extended holiday in Iceland. Got to visit once for about 16 hours on a stopover. I found it a magical, mysterious place, and I'd like to explore it properly.
As for where to live, if it can't be Australia, I'd probably pick Canada. I LOVE snow, and I get hot easily but can withstand the cold very well, plus the culture is similar to here so it would be easy to get used to. Every Canadian I've ever met has been a lovely person. And in addition, it would be close to the U.S. so I could easily visit without having to live there. And I could still practice French, even if it is weird Canadian French :-p
I always wanted to go to a tropical rainforest so maybe Papua New Guinea or the Amazon, Vietnam, Laos or Cambodia would be cool to see too. Not sure if Im prepared to live there though. To live maybe Portugal, loved my time there, the people were amazing too.
Jokes aside, I'd like to visit Japan. I'm also very salty because I've always been fascinated by Japan as a whole since I was a little kid and I've also got relatives there, yet I've never been able to go there once in my entire life.
Japan cuz this country is simply beautiful and fascinating.
I'd go on a vacation with Kim Jong Un, Donald Trump, and Big Man Tyrone to a tropical island.
Japan, because I like asian ding dongs.
It's an other word for special japanese rice, at least someone told me that. Only the cool people would knew, he said.
Thailand or London or maybe Greece... Basically I would have to see what mood I was in at the time. lol
I've always wanted to visit Jamaica. I love their accent and their sense of unity. I've even studied their slang. It's really neat.