I would love to travel around the United States and hunt deer using the different hunting tactics that these other places have to offer.
I've been corresponding with a deer manager from southern England (West Sussex). Aparently, we in the U.S. have a completely inaccurate picture of hunting in the UK. Deer hunting is a very rapidly growing sport and deer numbers are exploding. In fact, they are starting to suffer the same problems we had about a decade to two decades ago with severe habitat degredation due to deer over-population.
They have four primary species of deer, with the fallow and roe deer being the two most sought after by hunters. Red deer are available in Scotland. Most hunting is "stalk" hunting, but ladder stands and box-blinds are gaining in popularity. Almost all deer hunting is done with rifles. Archery and muzzleloaders haven't caught on there yet.
I wouldn't mind giving hunting there a try.