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    (Original post by Panda Vinnie)
    Monaco - luxury like no other.
    Dubai (U.A.E...if you want to be pedantic) - parents were born there so I feel a connection to my roots, but more for the royalty treatment with an unlimited budget.
    Australia - great weather, great beaches
    Japan - great culture, Tokyo is an amazing city, to check out all the hi-tech the Japanese see as every-day gadgets.
    USA (California) - To chill out on the coast of Laguna beach.
    Are you originally from the UAE? Or were your parents born there?
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    Canada - For a skiing trip and to see the Northern Lights.
    Australia - Hot weather, surfing
    New Zealand - Would be an amazing place to just explore, astonishing terrain
    Japan - Amazing place, it has well embraced technology but at the same time still holds cultural values and history.
    Peru - To explore, learn about the Incan history.

    You know, I hope I do earn a nice wage in the future, I'd love to just go somewhere new and exciting every year :p:
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    I tried to listen the county name nepal but no one mention it why?
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    (Original post by bob247)
    Are you originally from the UAE? Or were your parents born there?
    Parents are, I was born in London. Have you ever been?
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    America: Been to quite a few states and imo its the most beautiful country in the world, places such as yosemite, monument valley, yellowstone and cape cod are amazing. I love the whole atmospere of the real america (not florida) and i want to visit all 50 states ( Im on 16 atm)

    Id love to go to japan to see tokyo and osaka.
    Id like to go and see the rainforest in south america.
    Canada becasue it looks amazing and i like the idea of the snow and cold.
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    America - for one hell of a road trip;
    Holland - to visit my friend, and see what Amsterdam's like ;
    Cyprus - visit my grandparents, although I'd go there just for the food anyway;
    Barbados - could do with relaxing on a decent beach;
    and finally Canada - just to see what it's really all aboot.
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    (Original post by Panda Vinnie)
    Parents are, I was born in London. Have you ever been?

    i'm from there - not dubai though
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    China (includes Hong Kong)- Fascinated by their culture and even though many people say Japanese culture is awesome, we must never forget who influenced them!

    Brazil-One of those places which i never got a chance to go to and would really wanna go

    Turkey

    Poland
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    am i the only one who thinks it would depend who i was going with?? (haven't had time to read the lot yet) but will do soon
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    China - there are many sights to see in China. Chengdu for the pandas, Hanzhou for West Lake, Beijing for the Forbidden City and the Great Wall, and of course the hustle and bustle of Shanghai, particularly at night.

    Japan - Tokyo Disneyland Resort. Enough said.

    Dubai - ok, not a country per se, but some of the tourist sights they have are amazing. Burj Al Arab, Burj Khalifa, Madinat Jumierah, Wild Wadi Water Park, Dubai Mall, Dubai Aquarium, Downtown Dubai, The Palm, Atlantis and Aquaventure...even the Dubai Metro.

    USA - As the ultimate theme park geek, I cannot stay away from Orlando, Florida. But I would like to visit the west coast and also New York someday.

    Thailand - I am fascinated by Thai architecture, especially southern Thai. Any super-luxury beach resort could be my paradise, if I had the money.
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    (Original post by SirMasterKey)
    I would want to go to more than 5 really but if limited would properly be:

    Australia,
    Canada,
    Honk Kong,
    South Africa,
    Somewhere in Antartica

    All further afield than Europe and I could claim to have been on all 5 continents.
    There are 7 continents - Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, N America, S America and Oceania/Australasia.
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    (Original post by Helpful_Charlie)
    There are 7 continents - Africa, Antarctica, Asia, Europe, N America, S America and Oceania/Australasia.
    Depends on what you read and where you read it. In secondary school I was always taught that there were 5 continents.

    You say there is 7 and that's fine. Some even say there are six or even four.
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    (Original post by knowme)
    I tried to listen the county name nepal but no one mention it why?
    I mentioned it originally but removed it as a) i have already been there and b) what i would be looking for in terms of trekking could be got from China, which is a lot bigger so offers more, unfortunately for Nepal!

    Also, one of the key things about Nepal is that it is cheap and this thread specifies an unlimited budget.

    I would definitely recommend a visit to Nepal for anyone thinking about going though.
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    Russia - My favourite country, plus I want to see St Basil's Cathedral

    Ukraine - Chernobyl would be an awesome spectacle

    Kazakhstan - Looks nice

    Cuba - The women

    America - So vast and incorporates every different type of terrain you could imagine
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    Russia
    Belarus
    Croatia
    Serbia
    Bosnia

    Because I'm weird.
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    (Original post by therealOG)
    My dad did Physics at Leicester!

    Had to say it
    Haha, nice :p:

    So did my auntie!
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    Cuba - Great Country,People and History.Also help boost the local economy
    Canada - Natural Scenery and Skiing
    Germany - Europest Largest country,History and so many interesting things do
    Brazil - Amazon Rain Forest
    China - Rich History and some awesome new Cities
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    Japan - cos I find their culture and lifestyle and so many things about japan awesome.
    America - so many places there, but guess most time I'd just want to go accross it and be in california. and visit few big city's like NY, miami and las vegas.
    Australia - wanna experience ozzies.
    Brazil - but I feel like I might get kidnapped there or something, but since in this case unlimited money, so = heavy escort.
    South Korea - dunno why.

    I'd never go to africa, middle east or india though, feel like either you can get some disease there or can get killed. and russia, I feel like is worse place ever, what is there appart moscow and great outdoors of sibir? vodka, chavs and mobsters. oh and cheap girls that like shiny stuff, many pretty ones too though.
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    Antarctica
    South Pacific Islands
    Argentina
    Iraq (using unlimited budget for security)
    Amazon Rainforest
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    (Original post by Martynas_UK)
    Japan - cos I find their culture and lifestyle and so many things about japan awesome.
    America - so many places there, but guess most time I'd just want to go accross it and be in california. and visit few big city's like NY, miami and las vegas.
    Australia - wanna experience ozzies.
    Brazil - but I feel like I might get kidnapped there or something, but since in this case unlimited money, so = heavy escort.
    South Korea - dunno why.

    I'd never go to africa, middle east or india though, feel like either you can get some disease there or can get killed. and russia, I feel like is worse place ever, what is there appart moscow and great outdoors of sibir? vodka, chavs and mobsters. oh and cheap girls that like shiny stuff, many pretty ones too though.
    You seem pretty sheltered and paranoid mate. You could just as easily be killed by some nutter with a gun in America....
 
 
 
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