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Of all the places to which you have traveled, which destination was the most interesting?
Why is this destination, which doesn't necessarily have to be your favorite, the most interesting? What has caused it to stand out among all the places you have visited?
I spent a day in East Berlin in 1987, prior to the fall of the Wall. It was a very depressing place and gave me a serious appreciation for what we had on the "outside."
My visit to Kingman in 1969 is the most interesting that I can recall. During my visit there, I camped in a valley that the tour guide had described as the landing site for UFOs.
Around 3am the next morning, I was jolted awake when the ground began to shake. The quaking moved my auto approximately 40 feet from where it had originally been standing. It also lowered the ground under my tent approximately 20 inches.
When I exited the tent, I saw a shadow looming in the south-west sky that stood still for a moment, and then in an instant it was gone. The phenomena was witnessed by about 10 or 12 of us that had camped in the valley.
Air Force investigators were on the scene by 10am that day, but dismissed it as an earthquake even though the earthquake center never reported it. The cover-up began shortly after that when an Arizona farmer was arrested for showing some debris from a craft.
The native American indian community that I visited later all spoke of seeing the craft and even speaking with its crew. Some talked about discussing the region of space where the craft and crew were from.
It was a celestial position within the universe that they called maparsion. The native Americans stated that these visitors were peaceful and ate the same foods that we do.
Drawings produced by the native Americans indicated that these travelers resembled the photos that the government stated never existed and were bogus.
So, every time I am in the vicinity of Kingman, I stay a couple of nights to see if this is still happening. So far, there have only been a couple of times that some freaky things occur.
During my last trip, I thought I was visited by a being when my motel room window was opened unexpectedly and a voice said, "nice to see you again."
I leaped out of bed, but when peering out the window, could not see another person anywhere. The next morning as I was checking out, I asked the owner of the small motel who might have been outside my room. He said I was the only one registered and staying there, but that the local native Americans had been heard chanting about the same time (2am) that I reported my encounter.
I can barely wait for May 2014 as I am going through that region again, and already have my reservation made for the same motel.
Definitely, of all the places I have visited so far, Egypt was the most interesting. It is steeped in history, mystery, intrigue and still is unstable. Obviously, the country has not learned from it's past mistakes. There are beautiful and impressive ruins of past dynasties and yet the people today live in relatively poor conditions.
Crete, Greece. I was and still am absolutely fascinated by the rich history of the island. There are many great historical sites to visit.
I was fascinated by the art, architecture, history, fashion, and overall layout of the city.
I would love to go to the French Riviera - Cote d'Azur . I've heard some nice things about that area. Bora Bora, Tahiti is also on my bucket list.
We took a trip to GrAyson mountain in Virginia. It was where my family chose to picnic. Later, I realized the beauty seen from the top was breath taking, along with the wild ponies we saw running the meadows.
Well it is difficult to point out one place. I have visited many places in India and abroad and I found them all very interesting for different reasons.
Whereas I loved Venice in Italy for its uniqueness, it was amazing to see the beauty of Nature in the North east of India as much as the wilderness of the oceans in Cape Comorin or Kanyakumari, as it is commonly called at the Southernmost tip of India.
For me, my most interesting destination is always the place of my heart, the place I continually go back to when I need to be reminded that no matter what changes in life, Hyannisport, Ma, and the beach there, never changes. It is my constant and what reminds me who I am and that no matter what, I am still the same. For me, that is all the interesting I need.
I have traveled to many places so far and the most intresting place i found was ladakh.
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Also in Greece we went in an underwater river which was fun !
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