In The Book of Mormon, the Elders are paired up and sent out on missions to make the world a better place—all while singing and dancing, of course. Where are you best equipped to lace up your tap shoes and help people? Take our handy dandy personality quiz to find out!
Hope you're a fan of the Northern Lights, because you're bound for Norway! Sure, the landmarks may be difficult to spell and sometimes the sun stays up all night, but you'll also have gorgeous landscapes of snow-capped mountains to use as a backdrop while you reenact scenes from Frozen during your free time. And who needs tap shoes when you can have wooden clogs?
Do you hear the people sing, because you're headed to France! If you like fine art and the smell of bread, you're in luck. When you aren't spending your free time acting out scenes from The Hunchback of Notre Dame at the actual Cathedral of Notre Dame, you can visit the Eiffel Tower, the Louvre, and even shop in Montmartre!
With Sea World and Disney and putt putt golfing, you are headed for beautiful, sunny Orlando! The biggest problem you're liable to have there is finding anyone who actually needs help—they already live in the happiest place on earth!
Get ready because you're Africa-bound! Uganda is best known for its tea and tobacco, but while you're there you should stop by the Ruwenzori Mountains and see if you can spot an endangered mountain gorrilla. You'll have to prepare yourself for some pretty hot temperatures, but the delicious food and beautiful savannas will definitely make it worth enduring.
You're headed to Japan! Get ready for two years in a country with ultramodern cities bursting with the latest technology and rural villages with breathtaking gardens. Japan is a great place to relax, whether it's in a traditional Japanese rock garden or just sipping some tea. You'll also find the best sushi you've ever tasted!
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