It sounds very unique, and some of the words are ridiculously long, so I don't know if I would use the word 'cool' to describe it. XD I can't really answer that for you because I'm kind of used to the way the language sounds, so you may have to watch some videos. ^_^;
I am learning French, Nihongo/Japanese, kaj Esperanto. (Mi paroli esperanto tre nebone.)
I taught myself Japanese when I was 10, but I still try to practice it fairly frequently. I'm currently teaching myself German (I'm pretty good, but not great), and Icelandic (probably one of my favorite languages - it's a lot of fun!) I could hold some basic conversations in Spanish, French, Italian, Portuguese, and Korean, as well. Since learning Japanese, languages come fairly easy to me. I can look at almost any language using the Latin alphabet and at least get some of what it says. :)
Already pretty good at French, and in the process of learning German.
I want to learn Japanese, Russian or Italian next.
I take Italian in school. :)