Would you be interested in learning about countries?
Would you read hubs with detailed information countries in Europe, Afirca, Asia, Europe etc? Why would you be interested? Anything in particular that you would be interested in?
Well I feel it's man that makes the boundaries.
As I am a product of several countries, my aim is to see as much of the world as I can. So far I've been to Sweden, Holland, France, Sri Lanka, Hongkong, Maldives, Republic of Brunai, New Zealand, Nigeria, Republic of Benin, Dominica, Egypt, Martinique, St Lucia, Across America by Grey Hound from Washington to Los Angeles, Atlanta, Miami, New York, Malaysia, Guadaloupe, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and England. If it is not possible to see everywhere else then I would like to hear, from indigenes or other fellow gypsy -hearted way farers, their versions of how they see the country.
My interests are to see how they live, their history, taste their food, feel the vibes of the country through the locals, the smells, sites, see perculiarities of the country, the transportation
If you aren't, then you should be. I have visited or lived in upwards of 40 different countries and I can tell you that the countries and people are often NOT what is depicted in movies and news reels. By learning about a different culture we automatically learn more about ourselves, both good and bad. It gives us a better understanding of each other and of the world we all live in. Understanding of each other will be what, hopefully, will one day unite us all and help us to preserve ourselves and our planet.
I'm always interested in other places and people; it's what makes the world an interesting place. In particular I love to see how other cultures do things differently compared to the West.
I would.. I love to find out the different culture in the world, what makes it unique and special and learn of other people way of life.. I consider it interesting!
Yes, of course. Visited quite a few countries. Traditions, it's history and cultural values those are the things that are a country's identity and who wouldn't want to learn about that? Each just as unique and fascinating as the next one.
Although I'm getting older and not so enthusiastic about being squashed in a plane like a sardine in a tin for many hours, I really did enjoy travelling and have been blessed to have had the opportunity to travel to many places, many to do with our work. Now I prefer to stay at home and look at my photos and enjoy my visits that way, all over again - and to share them with anyone who might be interested. I love to hear about other people's travels, too.
sure i'm interested in people come from other countries
Yeah learning about countries helps learn about culture, and culture brings people closer together
Of course! I have visited several countries and loved every learning experience that I came across. Learning about the people, the food, the local traditions and folklore all enhanced the experience.
Well, that's a good question.
Not everyone is interested in geography or history, but, if those detailed infos had some interesting and well made texts I and surely many other people would be completely interested on reading some usefull info about another countries.
Know about other countries it's for me, a need that everyone should have. The culture, gastronomy, diplomacy, history of a certain country it's usefull for that in the future we can make our opinions and discust several ideas about, for example, a certain country that it is having several diplomatic problems or it is in a crisis.
It's always important to know some info before saying 'bullshit' that may or may not be real.
So yeah, I would be interested on know more about countried.
I actually had an opportunity to visit Rome, Italy in 2009 for an International Convention. Since that visit, I have started to learn how to speak french. I didn't realise at that time how close I was to Paris,France and even West Africa where there are beaucoup de francophones. My advice to anyone who has the resources is to travel to as many places as possible, but to do some research in advance.
I LOVE to know more about all countries! With the world getting "smaller" due to globalisation, technological advances and conectivity (transport), i think everyone should take some time to do that. I gotta say that our youger generations are more well-travelled and more exposed as compared to many.
For me, i am currently obsessed with INDIA. Its beauty and diversity is deep and thanks to its long history - there is so much to explore! I have only been to the North East India (East Himalayas) and the North West (Rajasthan), but that can never be enough!
Japan is another country that intriges me at how structured the society is! and even with strong foreign influence after it opened its doors, its culture and heritage is still standing strong.
I would love to experience the European countries for the novelty of it and the emphasis on freedom, art and music!!
You can never have too much information on countries of the world. Even Wikipedia doesn't cover the half of it! It's important for everyone to know about the world we live in, as the news and the media don't portray everything we need to know about a place before we visit it!
I'm most interested in Europe and Asia. I really learning about different places and the history/traditions of those places. I'd be most interested in food and wine from those places!
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by God shet 7 years ago
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by Castlepaloma 5 years ago
Not traveled Antarctica, Centro Africa and southern parts of Africa. Travel still often, not up to date on half of the places. Maybe I'm able to give you a rough guidelines where you are going.
by alexandriaruthk 7 years ago
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Hello Everyone,When I first came to Hubpages, I thought it was a place for just writing. I never imagine it is a place for community interaction. A year plus down the line, I had realized Hubpages is a great people to connect with people from countries around the world. I have also learn about some...
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