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Eucharia, Ireland
Oh, my most favorite country, that's so hard because I've loved every country I've visited for different reasons but I really loved Australia and in particular Melbourne city. Now, I'm not a city person but Melbourne is a really dynamic, vibrant city. There's food from around the world. There are people from all around the world, so it's just a really exciting place to be.

Jeannie, United States
My favorite country besides the U.S. would be New Zealand. I only visited there for about two weeks one time, but it was very beautiful. I love the nature aound there and I got to see a couple of sheep, but I have some really good friends there, too, so, a good place.

Mark, England
Apart from my country, my favorite country would be Hungary. I lived there for one year, and I lived in the capital, Budapest, and it's just a fantastic place. Absolutely beautiful. Lots of really great old buildings, very interesting cuisine, and intelligent and friendly people. Please go. I recommend it.

Alan, Canada
My favorite country besides my own? Well, I would have to say Thailand. I really enjoy the people there. There're quite friendly, and I especially enjoy the beaches, because I enjoy swimming and lying on the beach and getting a good tan, and I also find that it's relatively cheap to go to Thailand, especially in the summer time, but also in the winter, even though the prices are higher, it's a good place to go for a tropical get-away.

Rina, Canada
My favorite country is Lebanon because that's where my parents are from, and they imigrated to Canada and I was there last summer and it was amazing. It is one of the most beautiful countries I've ever seen in my whole life and I hope to live there in a few years.

Kate, New Zealand
My favorite country, besides New Zealand, which is where I'm from, is France, especially Paris, which I've been to for one week. It was really beautiful, the ******, and you see the art museum, art galleries, and also I'd really like to go to the south of France, and see the countryside.


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