I would have picked seaside, cause I've seen plenty of mountains... but none of them were huge or towering, and I think I'd be in awe to see a mountain like Kilimanjaro or Everest (and to be up close to it).
So I pick both, cause both are magnificent natural beauties.
And who would choose "both sux"?? Haha....
I love to sit with a few beer and listen to some music n enjoy a good view lol
i prefer seaside cause it means summer to me , ... also you can see great girls in bikini ... dont know summer is great ¡¡¡
Both are great, though I think Mountains would just sneak it for me...
i love both and wouldn't mind going to both places for a quick getaway
Seaside pips this one for me, I don't know what it is but the sea has a calming effect on me. There was a night a while back when a few things in life got too much for me, I drove out at midnight to Borunemouth Beach so I could be by the sea. The place carries a lot of memories for me, I even signed up to the Uni there but ended up returning home, wasn't prepared or grown up enough for it at the time.
Yeah, I really like listening to the sound of the waves breaking at the coast. I do like some mountains, since they are secluded and quiet, but sometimes it's too cold and dry for me. There are some mountains that are really stunning though - I'll never forget the view on top of Mt. Fuji in Japan. It's breathtaking.Originally Posted by Darren
Live near the sea but the closest mountain is about 1000km away. Mountains are better than sea, but they are both great.
both are great.
Well, there's always pictures.Originally Posted by Matt_13
I want to live on a mountain cliff by the sea.... oi, what a dream.
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