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Honestly, I haven't left this little corner in the U.S., around California, and Utah. The desert is pretty breath taking in Moab, I suppose. I like it especially at night, because you can see all the stars, and hear more crickets chirping.
I also loved the fog while visiting San Francisco. It's breath taking. I took this picture of the fog just spilling over a mountain around the Golden Gate Bridge. Oh GAWD, it was amazing.

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Hachikobubble wrote:

Honestly, I haven't left this little corner in the U.S., around California, and Utah. The desert is pretty breath taking in Moab, I suppose. I like it especially at night, because you can see all the stars, and hear more crickets chirping.
I also loved the fog while visiting San Francisco. It's breath taking. I took this picture of the fog just spilling over a mountain around the Golden Gate Bridge. Oh GAWD, it was amazing.



it looks like a tsunami xDD and the people runnin away xDD
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Hachikobubble wrote:

Honestly, I haven't left this little corner in the U.S., around California, and Utah. The desert is pretty breath taking in Moab, I suppose. I like it especially at night, because you can see all the stars, and hear more crickets chirping.
I also loved the fog while visiting San Francisco. It's breath taking. I took this picture of the fog just spilling over a mountain around the Golden Gate Bridge. Oh GAWD, it was amazing.



it looks like a tsunami xDD and the people runnin away xDD


Shyeah. xD It was CRAZY. I've never seen anything like it in my life. It looked like it was about to spill on top of us, but it just sat there.
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Crossing Lake Pontchartrain down in Louisiana while on the way to Houma and/or New Orleans is at the top of my list. Also, There's alot of breathtaking sights when traveling through the Appalachian Mountains, though the Pennsylvanian mountains have been my favorite section since I was little. I have to mention Niagra Falls, the Luray Caverns in Viginia, and the views of small waterfalls and mountains you get while on a train ride in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. Hunting Island, North Carolina offers plenty of great scenes, and Grande Isle, Louisiana is well worth it. The schooner rides of Kemah, Texas are nothing to sniff at, as well.
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Comic con lol
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I've been to Boracay, Philippines. It's a white sand beach with blue, crystal clear water. It's perfect.


Talk about the beautiful places you've been to, and post some pictures too :)


I agree, except I sometimes prefer Panglao Island, still in the Philippines, since it's more peaceful and quieter. Sorry for being an oldish person but I prefer it when the night life isn't as crazy hahaha.

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A while back when I was younger, when I went to Colombia to visit family, we went on a trip to go see this inactive volcano called "el nevado del Ruiz." I was really excited since it was my first time seeing this, & I heard it had snow at the top! -has never seen snow-
It was seriously one of the most beautiful things I've ever seen, since I've lived in Florida my whole life & mountains don't exist here, haha.
Unfortunately though, I couldn't make it to the top because of the pressure. It was hard to breath once you climb higher & higher, so I had to stay down with my other cousins, who couldn't go either T^T
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Cuba, Havana and a place east off of Havana that had crystal clear water and white sand.
The water was very warm.

Yucatan, Mexico, Pyramids/Jungles.

Mexico City, also visited the Pyramids of the moon and sun.
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I spent a month on the Galápagos Islands snorkeling. Many parts were gorgeous. Others, barren volcanic rock. Still, the ocean and sea life was breath taking. Amazing stuff.
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Posted 3/26/13

Hachikobubble wrote:

Honestly, I haven't left this little corner in the U.S., around California, and Utah. The desert is pretty breath taking in Moab, I suppose. I like it especially at night, because you can see all the stars, and hear more crickets chirping.
I also loved the fog while visiting San Francisco. It's breath taking. I took this picture of the fog just spilling over a mountain around the Golden Gate Bridge. Oh GAWD, it was amazing.



Holy crap, that looks like the apocalypse.
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well, i went to jamaica 1-2 years back, that was nice. that's all i can think of right now.
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Alps... Here are some breathtaking pics:




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this castle in near Kaiserslautern Germany, and Amstersam :3 Id love too see the Netherlands again in the summer and Spring someday xD
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My bathroom.
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The rooftop of the apartment my friend lived in.
Also, every point in British Columbia.
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