Id love to go northern france, visit all the dday memorials and what not id also like to go to usa one day, along with hawaii because i believe the scenery there is breathtaking and id also like to go to australia too one day :)
Ex-MøđęRāŧǿr ø₣ Geňęrāł Gāmíňĝ
31st January 2004
I'd like to go to Australia as well sometime, but not until someone inventes a jet that can get me there in under 7 hours. 19 hours flying is way too much
theres a couple of places id like to visit! 1. japan- i love there culture and technology! 2. anywere in Tornado Valley- i love storms and tornadoes they give me a buzz my dream job is to ba a storm chaser, but in england you dont get strong tornadoes just weak ass water spouts! I watched a lightning storm the other day though! 3. Hawai-(soz i cant remember how to spell) its a nice place so iv seen on tv and you get the occasional cyclone! 4. somewere snowy!
*Soviet.PowerI'd like to go to Australia as well sometime, but not until someone inventes a jet that can get me there in under 7 hours. 19 hours flying is way too much
Scorpy used to always talk to me about how awesome Australia is. He has forced me to want to visit. :bows:
When I went to Sri Lanka, the trip took 18 hours in total, I believe... Not very fun at all. That trip also made me resolve never to travel further south than maybe France ever again in my life. Far, far too warm...
Victim of Forgotten HopeForum bystander
26th April 2004
I would like to visit China, not some million citys, but the north or south peaceful areas and mountains.
oukan 2. anywere in Tornado Valley- i love storms and tornadoes they give me a buzz my dream job is to ba a storm chaser, but in england you dont get strong tornadoes just weak ass water spouts! I watched a lightning storm the other day though!
then texas is the place for you . we have more tornadoes here than we can deal with in addition to hurricanes and tropical storms and golf sized hailstones.
Eagle OneId love to go northern france, visit all the dday memorials and what not
You should try and do this if you can, its an amazing experience, and one you're not likely to forget. I've visited the Somme, Ypres, Hill 60, Vimmy Ridge, most of Arras, Hill 70, and Paschendale. I visited quite a few War Cemetarys too, and the number of graves there is astonishing. I can't post any pictures because it was taken some years ago before I had a digital camera, normal photos you see. I was your age at the time when I visited, and the most frightning thing was that the vast proportion of the dead were between the ages of 16-18. I found one 14 year old grave, which to me was very scary. Someone of my age, at the time, killed in a war before he could even shave or buy a beer. What I did find quite terrible is that the German war graves had to be painted black, because when they lost the war and had to admit the "War Guilt" for starting it, another condition was that they were forced to paint all their soldiers graves black in quite a number of cemeteries, which I found shocking. Ypres is an amazing city. Its cobbled streets and 18th Century architecture all arranged in haphazard fashion is quite an interesting place. There are some very nice shops there, and plenty of Chocolate shops with specially hand made chocolates that taste like little drops of heaven. Anyway the most amazing thing I found about Ypres was that at a certain time each day (i can't remember when) There is a small memorial parade and a Bugler plays "The Last Post" in the Menin Gate. Its incredibly moving, and as you look around the Menin gate itself, its adorned with over 500,000 dead names on it from both sides. This parade with veterans and current military serving personell, and civilians happens every day, and attracts quite a crowd. I unfortunatley never got to see the Battlefields of World War Two, but I plan to go back some day and see more. All of you should try and visit these places, it's a trip you'll never forget. Some information on Ypres and the Last Post can be found here As for where I'd like to go....well I've already said that I'd like to visit more battlefields, and I'd quite like to visit Australia too one day. I've been to Rome too and its a breathtaking city, I highly reccomend it.
Russia, Norway, Germany, UK and maybe the US. Perhaps Switzerland too. Or any place that isn't too hot or too far away really.
I'd love to go to California. A girl I really care about lives there, and she always says she'd come to visit me or id go to visit her. Id love to see her so I guess thats the only place I really care 'bout getting to.