Giorgio Tsoukalos wrote:Personally, it would have to be India because of the many temples carved in stone and the recent discoveries of underwater structures which I'd lke to investigate closer...
Are you a scuba diver Giorgio?? And are those underwater structures related to Graham Hancock's work published in his book 'Underworld' as I'm just reading this and I also think Japan and Malta would be worth visiting for the underwater structures. However if you had wished to dive there, you'd obviously need permission, but take Graham as a guide, he's knows it all well so you wouldn't miss anything...these sites I feel could well be important to your own work too!
Anyway, Stonehenge is just an amazingly spiritual experience, for me anyway...I used to live in Wiltshire where it is situated and both this circle and the larger henge at Avebury are beyond awe inspiring...I definitely recommend you spend some time there (and not just a quick walk around taking a few photos, as most tourists do, they miss so much).
I personally have always wanted to visit Machu Piccu...I'm sure I'll never get there, so more realistically I would also love to visit Egypt.
And randomly I'd love to briefly visit the Moon to see what's on the dark side