When you've lived in Canada all your life, you get so used to its quirks and characteristics that you become immune to what everyone else in the world considers to be great about it. Common Canadian elements like breathtaking landscapes, the exciting winter traditions and poutine end up becoming somewhat... ordinary.\nBut it's those very things that people around the world are so fascinated by, and many people even make the trip to the country just to experience them. Travellers who made a trip to Canada for the first time shared their opinions and experiences about the country on Twitter, and its safe to say each one was unique in their own way.\nHere are some of the best tweets about people's first impressions of Canada:\nSo I went to Canada for Thanksgiving.The first thing I noticed when I got to my cousin's place is that they lived RIGHT ACROSS FROM A WALMART + the extra ass I am, I demand to go see if they have LV: Her knowing damn well i aint gona buy it bc im broke n already had the L ver\n— cami♡ | semi-hiatus (@mochiddeoki)\n"My dream is to go to Quebec and yell at people in French." #justKTopthings\n— lindsey (@lindsey__jean)\nCanada the GOAT https://twitter.com/misener680news/status/934021526197637120 …\n— Foxy Grandpa (@FoxyGrandpaYT)\n— JulezTheMunk (@Yodaspawn)\nThey are sampling -AKA GIVING AWAY multiple FULL GLASSES) of artisanal vodka and gin at the loquor store by my near me hous right now. Every word of thos tweet was orignially a typo.\n— Jessica (@chimolicious)\nbruh i went to canada these fuckers aint have pizza pockets i was over here eatin pizza pops\n— day 1 halal boy™ (@IMAFUCKINGEDIOT)\nHahah okay, i will\n— waiting for the rainbow (@gayshope)\nThe ignorance of this statement is astounding. https://twitter.com/somethingtexty/status/933419888013709312 …\n— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich)\nI went to Canada once. Lots of people were smoking cigarettes and some of the buildings smelled weird. Then it got really cold.\n— Dan Benjamin (@danbenjamin)\ni went to Canada almost a year ago and visited this Irish Pub, met a young business man named Nick who without speaking to us first, bought us a shot to start a 5 hour convo, and I haven't talked to him since and he sends me this Snapchat today and WHY AM I CRYING IN THE CLUB\n— tom (@Segruee)\nImmense Aurora Borealis pic.twitter.com/ekXC1k8kAa c @ybh4618 #travel nature #photography\n— Britannia PR (@Britanniacomms)\na bag of milk\n— Wade MacNeil (@wade_macneil)\nI have to admit. I'm watching your political drama more than our own. I feel powerless. I really think that Americans have a chance with this presidency to return to the values you once held.\n— jannipoppers (@janipoppers)\nAmericans always get so mad when I tell them a two dollar coin here is called a Toonie\n— James (@NitroRad)\nWelcoming sky. #Home #toronto pic.twitter.com/QIBRNaHD8C\n— Nicole deBoer (@Nikki_deboer)\nYup! Even my walk to the gym is a lovely seaside boardwalk. Expensive as hell but nature's beauty everywhere!\n— Justin Saint (@GaymerQueen)\n@AdelaineMorin first thing I did when I visited Canada\n— Irene Perez (@iPerez77)\nYes! Saskatchewan! December! You keep visiting in winter! Must be your Michigan roots. Not afraid of a little snow.\n— Dale H. Leftwich (@LeftwichD)\nThank you Arlene. Have a fantastic week! pic.twitter.com/9xMt2ZQDeR\n— Ralph Capocci (@RalphCapocci)\n@Stana_Katic @StanaTalkRadio Took a trip to Canada, and guess where I passed through? Beautiful country, amazing people! Can I move there?\n— Beth morris (@bethmorris437)\nwe really took a trip to canada and i'm coming back with walking dead merch. a whole other level of extra\n— nicole rhee (@debnamgrimes)\n@ChrisDanielShow I took Eric up to BC his first Canada trip, forgot to declare a giant frozen turkey, had a fat CCW book in trunk, plus Eric had just shy under 10,000 in car! Lol Yeah they searched our car and grilled him, poor guy.\n— Lorna Gordon (@DeplorableLorna)\nSo I took a trip to Canada and took a pic of all the dogs I could see. This is a thread of them\n— Micycle (@benzinovito)\nTook a trip up to Canada. I'm not sure why they call it the Great White North, it was black as can be.\n— Helen Keller (@The_HelenKeller)\nplanning my fantasy vacation which is train to portland, ferry to nova scotia, train through nova scotia, then ferry to newfoundland and then... idk! what's a good way to get around?\n— Caroline Contillo (@spacecrone)\ni took a trip to niagra falls few yrs ago & tryin to find beer and smokes in canada was miserable. i think i feel u on that mate i am sorry\n— co (@AnimeRapist)\nI recently took a trip to Canada & coming home, for the first time in my life, I felt ashamed to be an American.\n— Geo Bravo (@gbrvo)\nIf anyone eats at Tim Hortons in the next couple days, tweet me pics. I'm dying for some Canadian cuisine\n— Patrick Smith (@TheSmithPlays)\nTook a trip up to Canada. I'm not sure why they call it the Great White North, it was black as can be.\n— Helen Keller (@Helen_KelIer)\nNeedless to say, everybody loves Canada, and that's something Canadians should be proud of!