April 10, 2007

Matt dances around the world - a funny video!

This is a funny video... Matt Harding is a guy who has been to many different, exotic places. Watch the video and check what he has done and seen in each country! Have you ever been to any of the countries Matt has visited? What's the most exotic place you have ever been to? When did you go there? What was it like?


Matt's website: http://www.wherethehellismatt.com

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

The most interesting and beautiful place I have ever visited is Machu Pichu in Peru. I went there four years ago with two friends - the city of the Incas is really amazing! Bye, Lucas

Mônica said...

Hello Lucas! I've never been to Machu Picchu, but it's definitely on a list of cities I should visit soon. Like Matt Harding, I've been to some interesting places, like the Redwood National Park; it's fantastic! I also visited Greece about 10 years ago. Delphi, in the mountains, is one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen!
Cheers!

Ana Maria said...

What a lovely blog!
Talking of exotic places I thought of Jericoacoara, a place in the north of Brazil. I was there two years ago and had such a great time. The village streets are covered in sand and the sunset is fantastic. You can see some pictures here:
www.bubbleshare.com/album/58279.8fd0ecaf419/overview

Ana Maria (Uberlandia, Brazil)

Mônica said...

Hi Ana! Great pictures! I visited Jericoacoara in 1983 and it's wonderful to see that the village hasn't changed that much since then! The sunset and the dunes are absolutely breathtaking!

Anonymous said...

Hi Monica! Many years ago, I went to Pamukkale, in central Turkey. Do you know it? It's a series of hot water pools in the mountains, it's the most fantastic place I visited in my life. Unfortunately, I read that most of the pools are dry now, a consequence of too many hotels being constructed in the area. Sad, isn't it? Hugs, Duda.

Mônica said...

Hello Duda! Pamukkale is now a Unesco World Heritage Site, so let's hope some of the damage can be reverted! I found this link in Wikipedia about the place, and there's also a link to photos in Wikimedia. Check all that in
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pamukkale
Cheers, Mônica

Anonymous said...

The very last scene in the video of him dancing in front of the giant troll sculpture is here in Seattle, Washington, in the Fremont neighborhood, just a few miles from where I live! You can read a story about it at: http://www.roadsideamerica.com/attract/WASEAtroll.html

Gina

Anonymous said...

That last link should have been:
http://www.roadsideamerica.com/ attract/WASEAtroll.html
And another place to read about the troll is at: http://www.arfarfarf.com/troll/

Gina

Mônica said...

So that's a troll? In Seattle? I loved it! And what a fantastic idea to throw a Halloween party specially for him! Does he have a name? :-)