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I haven't been many places but I would say Paradise Island in the Bahamas.
Ascension Island middle of the South Atlantic - a bare volcano top mostly but the most amazing underwater adventure ever !
The Okefenokee swamp was exotic (at least to me), as was Yellowstone Park. Crater Lake is absolutely gorgeous but the most amazing and awe inspiring place I've ever seen has to be the redwood forest in northern California.
I would also say Paradise Island in the Bahamas. My niece got married at the Ocean Club there and it felt like I was walking through a movie set as the location was so stunningly beautiful. Terraced gardens, ocean view in the opposite direction, swimming pool with lily pads/tea lights floating in it, and torch light after the sun went down.
I want to go back I can just feel the sun and the warm sand on my feet.
I can travel anywhere in my mind. But I would have to say St. Croix absolutely dreamy.
Hard to say, as everyone probably defines exotic differently. Probably the biggest wake up I had as regards an absolutely beautiful country was the first time I toured the Czech Republic. I couldn't believe some of the beautiful places I encountered (though there are a couple of definite steer clears! )
Venice was lovely........... I am always in exoctic places..... in my mind of course
Greece although not exactly exotic, but it was absolutely breathtaking.
I am not sure it is exotic, more dramatic - I walked up a volcano when visiting Santorini.
Xi beach was different the sand is like clay and when you smooth it on (it is supposed to be a beauty treatment) it dries white like a face mask.
I have been to the tropical Rainforests of Costa Rica. It was a few years ago.
Check out the travel destinations in the Philippines
I rarely travel anywhere. I think the furthest I have been in recent times is Stratford-Upon-Avon, which is only 20 miles away.
Amanpulo Resort in Palawan, Philippines. It's peaceful and beautiful.
The term exotic can mean different things. My most exotic place would have to be in the United States. The most exotic place to me would have to be a small town south of Tampa Florida. Of course in my mind I would travel to the countries of Greece, Italy, and Japan. I would enjoy the exotic landscape along with the diversity of culture.
I would love to go to Greece but Bermuda is the most exotic place I have seen
Exotic is a relative word and it has different meanings for us all. I would say that exotic place for me is the Achill Atlantic Drive and Slieve League in Republic of Ireland. It was so awesome to see.
for me, it would be bali.. really looking forward to go back to that island..
by John Paolo B.Magdaluyo3 years ago
Here in my county its more fun here! We got lots of beautiful views, exotic foods, and other unusual staff to other countries.
by russiangypsygirl8 years ago
I, being of the constitution that carries with me an insatiable wanderlust, would LOVE to know the most exciting place you have ever been and why. Whether close to home or far away...Let us feel your experience! Oo La...
by chasemillis7 years ago
What's the most exotic trip you've ever been on?I've been to Costa Rica, London (not really exotic but w/e), the coasts of Spain, France, and Normandyok these aren't really exotic but they are cool places
by Jennifer D.4 years ago
Have you ever been to a nude beach? If so, what was your motivation for going?Do you think that Americans are more modest when it comes to nudity than say, Europeans? Why or why not?
by Alessio Ganci14 months ago
Have you ever been to Italy? What are the 3 things you most love and the 3 you most hate about it?
by Marianne Sherret6 months ago
Have you ever been to Scotland?If so, where have you been, and what did you think of Scotland?
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