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Great way to see the world and see how people live
I've learned a lot about the different countries and cultures through this show. I'm incredibly interested in seeing the different styles of homes and standards that exist around the world. We have see Katmandu, Dubai, Nirobi, Spain, Iceland, Brazil, Caribbean islands, Australia, Vanuatu, Thailand, Italy, France, etc. All of them make me want to explore the areas more. Great adventure and escape. The ones I like the let are France and Italy. Both are beautiful countries but they seem to show the same types of properties when those countries are featured. The others are incredibly fascinating. I am glad that they have added Africa and South American cities into their mix because Europe seemed to be their main continent. Love to see the diversity and highlights of the countries.
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