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Best country to visit

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Re: Best country to visit

Postby nicknick » Thu Aug 06, 2009 12:22 pm

I recommend you to visit to Korea if you're okay.
Have you ever been to Korea?
Korea has a lot of places to visit and characteric culture which other countries hasn't.
Most of all, Korean is very kind to everyone, incluing foreigners, I think.
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Postby nicknick » Thu Aug 06, 2009 12:31 pm

How about viting to Korea?
Korea has a lot of beautiful places to visit and characteristic culture
which other countries hasn's.
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby englishhelps » Sat Aug 08, 2009 4:28 pm

I'd love to go to Korea. But I wouldn't dare go to NoKor.

My and my fiancee are planning on going to SoKor for our honeymoon. We want to experience snow and SoKor is the nearest destination. We want to stay in a ski resort.
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby Pamela » Tue Aug 18, 2009 10:53 am

well some of the best countries are Canada,Austrailia,SAUDIA and USA
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby Tora » Thu Aug 20, 2009 6:17 pm

englishhelps wrote:The reason why I'm interested in this thread is I'm getting married next year and we're looking for countries where we can have our honeymoon.


My sister and her husband spent their honeyweek in Chech republic, seems they've liked it. But it's rather expensieve "(
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby englishhelps » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:23 pm

Pamela wrote:well some of the best countries are Canada,Austrailia,SAUDIA and USA


I have relatives in Canada. I've always wanted to settle there. But it would be hard to get an immigrant visa. :(
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby englishhelps » Fri Aug 21, 2009 7:24 pm

Tora wrote:
englishhelps wrote:The reason why I'm interested in this thread is I'm getting married next year and we're looking for countries where we can have our honeymoon.


My sister and her husband spent their honeyweek in Chech republic, seems they've liked it. But it's rather expensieve "(


HHmm. I've never imagined the Czech Republic as a honeymoon destination. I'll do some research on it. Thanks for the suggestion!
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby hermit » Thu Oct 01, 2009 4:06 pm

the "Spanish Steps" are in rome, italy, near the Bourbon Embassy. (at one time the
royal family in power in spain was of the House of Bourbon."

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Re: Best country to visit

Postby rachma » Fri Oct 02, 2009 5:44 am

you know Bali in Indonesia ?, its a wonderfull place to visit in asia..
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Re: Best country to visit

Postby Serg » Mon Oct 05, 2009 9:58 pm

englishhelps wrote:By the way, you can visit the Philippines if you're in Asia or somewhere near and you want to learn English. There are a lot of schools offering to teach English for a low fee. The Filipinos are naturally good in English and you don't have to pay a lot. We get a lot of South Koreans visiting to study English here. Then you can make a side trip to the best beaches in the country. :)

I have been to Philippines some years ago but didn't think about of learning English there. It's a good idea. Thank you for your thought. Philippines uses English as an official language. This is the country with really beautiful nature and there are very friendly locals...
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