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Top 5 Places You Want to Go?

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1. Japan (Next year or the next two years hopefully!!!)

2. Switzerland

3. New Zealand

4. Scotland

5. Turkey

 

 

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Top 5 place i want to go?

1. Santorini,Greece

2. Korea

3. Japan

4. Brazil

5. Armenia - actually i have been there but i just love the place that i want to go back again.

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I am at the US and i've been to England, Scotland, Ireland, Canada, Japan, Australia, New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu, Maldives, Switzerland, Spain, Czech Republic, France, Russia, Netherlands, Greece, UAE, Germany, Italy, Iceland, Portugal, Belgium, Denmark, Lithuania, Austria, Poland, Sweden, Finland, Singapore, Hongkong and Macau, Taiwan, China, Malaysia, Mongolia, Indonesia, Philippines, Thailand, South Korea, Bhutan, Cambodia, Vietnam, Israel, Myanmar and India

 

I want to visit these places in no particular order:

 

Antartica

Egypt

Norway

Turkey

Croatia or Romania 

 

I hope to visit at least 2 before the year ends.

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1. Japan (visited for a short time in high school and always wanted to go back).

2. South Korea (I studied abroad there and want to go back to see more of Seoul and the country). 

3. New Zealand (for the scenery)

4. Hawaii (always wanted to go)

5. Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

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Alaska Fjord

Because of them.

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This is also called the whale fire, that is, the early morning sun just rises, but the sun is shining through the whale's water.
Flame only.

 

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These large open mouths are called Bubble Net feeding - a group predation method unique to humpback whales. A whale swims quickly and then uses air bubbles to wrap around the squid group, and then the rest of the whales are the same from the bottom of the sea. Jumping up and then opening the mouth to smash the fish... Because this method of predation is very demanding for whales, it is very rare to see.

 

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