And who knows how many customs and cuisines and dances and theaters and stories and paintings and sculptures and monuments and forts and hotels and restaurants?For us its all a big question mark.
We are not entirely sure if one lifetime would be enough to visit all of 50,000 cities in the world. We can't really say how much time it will take to see all the beaches there are. Or all the mountains, the hills, rivers.
If you asked, we couldn't tell you how many trees swing in the wind. Or how many birds fly in the air. We don't know how many fishes swim the seas.
If you asked you'd find that we don't understand much about timezones. Or trains. Aeroplanes and airports are still a bit of a mystery for us. We are not experts in Geography or History or Chemistry. Archaeology is something that we've never been able to grasp. Mathematics is way beyond our understanding.
We can't tell you much about rabbits. We know absolutely nothing about parrots. We certainly don't know anything about you.