Maybe the questions is too stupid to be asked or I do not know the technical words, but I could not find any answer to this question.
Here is how I started to think the title: First I thought of if we look far enough if we could see Big Bang theoretically. The answer was "No", due to reasons such as opaqueness of the early Big Bang and expansion. This is okay. However, then there was a second question arised: Even if we could, which direction to look at? Then I thought if it is the furthest and the oldest, it should not matter. Because any direction we looked at furthest and oldest we should see the Big Bang if we could.
Then, I know I made too many assumption, but does this conclude that we are surrounded by Big Bang and the universe is expanding not outwards but inwards?
As I said maybe question was way too stupid, but still I want to hear some ideas/facts.
By the way this is the first time I post a question, I have no experience, so sorry about any mistakes I made.