Post # 17
Spain (going this summer)
Costa Rica (going in the winter)
Japan (maybe next spring)
Lake Moraine/Lake Louise (Western Canada)
… so many more that I probably don’t know about yet!
Post # 19
I’m lucky that we did lots of travelling when I was a kid.
Canada (somewhere foresty and white and beautiful)
Oh, and @vicarswifeintraining, I’ve been to Wales and you’re right, it is beautiful! But it makes me sad you hate London! A walk down the Southbank in the twilight is beautiful and quiet and lovely. 🙂
Post # 20
Um. Any place over the ocean.
Any place in UK and Europe
Any place in SE Asia (Japan, Korea, Malaysia)
Within the US
Portland, Oregon (It’s ALWAYS on Diners, Drive Ins and Dives!)
Post # 22
@xoxokristen We are getting married and honeymooning in Thailand in August. I’ve been there before-you will love it! Where are you going?
My number one choice right now for places I’ve never been before is Kenya and Tanzania. I also really want to go to India/Nepal/Bhutan and Eastern Europe.
I’d love to return to many places I’ve been-we are planning a trip to Spain and Morocco right now and I really want to go to Italy and Greece with Fiance.
Post # 23
My top 3 are Greece, Spain and Egypt. How I wish I could afford for my husband and I to just pack a bag and go for a couple of months. No dice, our jobs want us to work for several weeks in a row in order to be paid, jerks.
Post # 24
Oh man… so many!
Top places I want to go and have never been:
Places I’d like to see again:
Spain (only spent a few days in Barcelona and it was aaaaaaamazing!)
@vicarswifeintraining- i’m with you on London. I did not care for it at all. Super expensive and not that interesting!! I’ve not been to wales but i did think other parts of england were better than London. Oxford was very cool and Edinburgh (Scottland I know) was also pretty awesome.
Post # 25
I want to go (back) to Italy to go (back) to Capri and the Amalfi Coast and I’d love to see other parts of Italy, especially the east and the heel of the ‘boot’
Also wine country – California, France, Italy, South Africa – not picky!
I’d love to go to Bali or Tahiti or really exotic places like that. Also Hawaii
And I haven’t traveled nearly enough in the USA – I’d love to go to Chicago, San Diego, San Francisco.
Oh, and of course – WALES!!!
Post # 26
Many many places…
Ireland (again, but the West of Ireland this time)
South of France
Copenhagen (again, but only during the summer!)
Some Carribbean Island…I’ve only been when I was 2 yrs old and don’t remember it at all, so I’d love to go and actually experience it this time. I’m open to any of them–Anguilla, Aruba, Jamaica, Bahamas…
Swiss Alps, to go skiing!
Spain (the southern coast)
Post # 27
Aberystwyth – but you were close!! Yes I’m very proud of wales – come and play – wales is lovey!!
hmm perhaps I was a little strong with hate – it’s great for a day or so – and my wedding dress is from London – but I just think it’s too busy and the people are often really rude.
Yay – I’m not a massive fan of London!! Like I said – if you ever go to England again – try Somerset – really lovely caves, and Manchester and Birmingham are great if you want shopping and nightlife. But you can’t beat Wales – great walks – great caves – great beaches – great nightlife – and some lovely vintage shops in Cardiff!
Yay!! I like you!
Post # 28
Hehe, it’s probably because I don’t venture lots into the main city so I don’t get too much of the crowds and things. But yes, I agree. It can get super busy and annoying. But it’s lovely for a day trip. And if you do get the time to hit up some of the quieter spots (like the Japanese garden in Hyde Park) it’s really lovely.
Post # 29
Oh yeah – it’s great for a couple of days – I’ve been to some amazing party’s there, but the 6 months I lived there were bloody awful – expensive – and stressful- and with the greatest respect – most Londoners are very private – people ignore you all the time 🙂 – But I did enjoy the Science museum!!
Post # 30
But seriously, my old flatmate went to Thelon Plateau (Canada) and said they waded, waist deep 2km from the shore with their canoe in to Hudson’s Bay. The pictures are ridiculously breath taking and eerily like something from a dream.
And I had no clue this place even existed! (And I’m from the ‘north’). So there are lots of places ‘closer to home’ that I want to explore, but Internationally speaking (if safety and cost were not an issue)..
U.K. — I adore European history, plus, a lot of my fav. authors wrote in/about the U.K.; also the cities would be pretty awesome.
Iceland- I’m 3rd generation! And have never been there. Plus, midnight sun & volcanoes & glaciers? Yeah, I was already sold.
France– The Louvre, Bastille, and the countryside? Yes please.
Greece & Italy for the heavy history lessons.
Egypt — Pyramids, ’nuff said.
Australia & NZ & Indonesia
French Polynesia — Ever since reading the original Dr. Dolittle books as a kid Ive wanted to go there.
Easter Island — Giant heads draw the naughty tourist in me.
Japan, Thailand & China.
Also there are lots of Places in the U.S.A. & S.A. I would like to go to..hypothetically. 😛
Post # 31
ooooooh Egypt and Prague!!! I’ll have to add them to my list!