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World Cities~!

Discussion in 'The Lounge' started by Jupjami, Apr 7, 2020.

  1. Jupjami

    Jupjami Thy friendly neighbourhood birb shaman

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    May 31, 2018
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    After embarrassingly posting on the wrong part of the forum, I've come back to rectify my screwup~! Anyway, what are your favourite cities per continent~?
    1. Asia: Kyoto! Sorry Philippines, but I really love the serene and close-to-nature feeling Japan brings~
    2. Europe: Budapest! This was chosen from a very difficult selection of the aforementioned, Athens, Calais, Istanbul, London, Moscow, etc. etc. etc.
    3. Africa: Antananarivo! The capital of Madagascar, for those that don't know...
    4. North America: Barrow! I remember reading about it from a book once, and I loved it ever since~
    5. South America: Quito! Same as the previous, I read about the high capital of Ecuador and came to love it as well~
    6. Oceania: Darwin! It's quite close to home, and has a nice view~
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  2. BraviaryScout

    BraviaryScout Way of the Wind

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    • Africa: Casablanca. My dad went there multiple times on business trips and has been blown away by the culture, hospitality of the Moroccan people. I've also watched the 1942 movie of the same name as it's an all time American classic.
    • North America: Miami. I may be a west coast native, but Miami's a fun city in general. South Beach, fresh seafood, all-around warm weather and awesome nightlife. I might've considered moving there if it was less expensive, no hurricanes and the people weren't so uptight. This is also the only city on the list I have actually been to.
    • South America: Montevideo. Uruguay is my favorite country in South America. Like Miami, it's got a big party nightlife, but also access to the backcountry of mountains that are perfect for hiking and day trips for awesome views.
    • Asia: Seoul came close, but I have to go with Tokyo. It's a one-of-a-kind place, just like New York City...it never sleeps. I was going to go this September, but with the current state of the world...I'm not so sure. We will see. But it's got amazing food scenes, epic tourist destinations and I'm part Japanese, so it's a bit of my own ethnic culture. If only it weren't so damn expensive.
    • Europe: This one was a tossup between Zurich, Barcelona and Amsterdam, but I have to go with Amsterdam. The Netherlands has always been on my bucket list to visit with a lot of tourist destinations. Plus it's cheaper compared to a lot of other European countries.
    • Australia/Oceania: I'm honestly not sure about this one. I'd love to go to Australia or New Zealand, but I'd have to say Honolulu at this point. It's another fun city that's got beaches, tourist spots, badass resorts, nightlife, yet it's far away and still part of America.
    This makes me want to fly somewhere. Too bad it's a god awful time to do so.
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  3. Neb

    Neb Cosmog Enthusiast

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    Asia: Sado, Japan. It’s the largest community on the small Japanese island of Sado. After reading and looking at pictures of this lovely area, I became obsessed. If only the coronavirus didn’t delay my trip to Japan... Honorable Mentions: Singapore and Kawagoe

    Africa: Cairo, Egypt. This is a generic pick, but my knowledge of Africa is very limited. I’d love to see how much this city has changed over the last several thousand years.

    North America: Juneau, Alaska. The only town on this list I’ve been to. Despite being the capital of Alaska, the only way to get there is by plane or boat. The disconnection from the rest of the world was a nice change of pace. The scenery is also gorgeous, even when the weather is cloudy.

    South America: Rio, Brazil. Brazilian culture is one of my favorites and Rio is at the heart of it.

    Oceania: Sydney, Australia. A good friend of mine lives there and I’d love to see the Opera House in person.
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