Sub-equatorial African travel desired. The only African country I visited is Seychelles after which I was ridiculed that it wasn't really Africa (okay, whatever, I still thoroughly enjoyed it for ten days). I think I could live Madagascar and Namibia for a few years. Perhaps I understand the taunting reaction to my visit to the Seychelles. But I wasn't there to earn a tattoo! Would like to someday work somewhere in eastern Asia if possible. The people on the Malaysian peninsula are a facinating bunch. While living in Europe for over ten years I was always impressed with Dutch/Belgian ability to speak many different European languages, but from my own observation Singaporean and Malaysian commercial types are winners in language abilities. In my opinion, Singapore is more cosmopolitan than London and New York combined, and with modesty to boot. On the theme of languages do any of the citizens of Vladivostok speak and read all Russian, Chinese and Korean? That's an award-winner, so I'll have to visit there to uncover the answer. Will I manage to see all these places and meet the people? Unable to name a favorite place I've visited, so it's "remis" as they say in Polish football: Mt. St. Helens National Monument, Mt. Ruapehu, Bialogora, Buddhist temple next to Singapore Holiday Inn Atrium, orthodox church in Leipaja LV, Hill of Crosses LT, Auckland's Park In the Bar, Wilson's Promontory, Terrigal Beach NSW, running path north of Woolloomoolloo by Farm Cove, Palo Duro Canyon, 15 m beneath the Taka II diveboat off Papua New Guinea coast, Anse Lazio Praslin, Valle de Mai, Palanga, Taos NM, Bialka Tatrzanska, Smokoviec-Nova Lesna, Schipol, Victoria Island BC, pre-dawn low tide Old Orchard Beach, Kenmare in Ring of Kerry, Interlaken, Geirangerfjord, Stockholm, Borgund Stave Church, Sofia, Budapest, New Deloraine Taz., Ullapool, Stonehenge, Redwoods, Toledo Spain under full moon, autobahn, Akamas Peninsula, Dresden Operhaus, Fenway, Unteragerii, Pilatus.
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