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In Animal Crossing: New Leaf, Gulliver will occasionally wash up on the beach. When spoken to, or waken with the megaphone, he will tell the player that he has forgotten where he was going. He will give the player a few key details about the country he was traveling to. If the right country is selected, Gulliver will reward the player with an item reminiscent of that country, which is received as a postcard in the mail. To wake Gulliver up you will have to keep on talking to him until he wakes up, he will remember a slight memory which is a description of a country/capital. You will have to guess which place he is talking about. However If the wrong country is selected, the player will receive a chocolate coin instead as consolation. The chocolate coin is identical to 100 bells.
Gladiator sandals (Greece)
Red-Tasseled Lantern (China)
Moai (Easter Island)
The Moai Statues are mysterious statues found on the Easter Island. Up to today, nobody is sure why these exist and how they came to be.
The Manneken Pis (Peeing Man) is the famous statue found in Belgium. It is actually a fountain, and the water is supposed to represent pee.
Cursed Mask (Kenya)
Hula doll (Hawaii)
The Hula Doll is a famous wobbly-head from Hawaii. It is famous because it is the most recognised Hawaiian item, alongside the Lei (necklace made of flowers).
Statue of Liberty (America)
The Statue of Liberty is found in New York, America, and was actually a gift from France. The silver-like color is actually the result of the bronze the statue was made of oxidising.
The Bagpipes are famous in Scotland, and are the most recognised item from Scotland, after the famous kilt. Although it is the most Scottish instrument, not very many Scots actually play it.
Ayers Rock (Australia)
Conical Hat (Vietnam)
Mouth of Truth (Italy)
Gaudi's Lizard (Spain)
Shamrock Clock (Ireland)
The Shamrock Clock is based on the famous Irish Shamrock. This is believed to bring luck to anyone who finds one bearing 4 leaves.
Kinderdijk Windmill (Netherlands)
The Kinderdijk Windmill is the most famous windmill in the Netherlands. When people think of the Dutch, they will most likely think of windmills, even though there are not that many of them anymore.
Tuk Tuk (Thailand)
In Thailand, the roads are very narrow and full, since it is a big country. That is why taxi's are very thin and can usually only hold 2 people max. These are called Tuk Tuks.
Mermaid Statue (Denmark)
Big Ben (United Kingdom)
The famous landmark from the UK is the Big Ben. Not many people know this, but the tower itself is not the Big Ben. The clock is. The tower was originally called Clock Tower, but was renamed to Elizabeth Tower when Queen Elisabeth II ruled the country for 60 years.
Mariachi Skeleton (Mexico)
Eiffel Tower (France)
The Eiffel Tower is the tower built by Gustave Eiffel in Paris, that's why it is called the Eiffel Tower. While it was not liked at all at the time it was built, it quickly became one of the most recognisable landmarks in history.
Egypt is full of Pyramids, huge memorial buildings made for fallen Pharao's. They were put in a Sarcophagus after their death and then put in the Pyramid.