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Discussion in 'History, Travel, and Culture' started by Freaky Chameleon, Jul 1, 2019.
Spain in summer...
Antarctica, to see the aurora australis
San Juan Island
My uncle used to live there. To my lasting regret I never went to visit. He built a place near Friday Harbour in the 1960s. It looks quite something, the island.
Either Cabo Frio in Rio de Janeiro or Sao Paulo
I've been hearing more about New Zealand, how easy going it is. I also worked on a presentation on the Maori a few years and fell a little in love with the culture. A bit inspired by Whale Rider. In any case, would love to visit. It seems fun to do a road trip along the mountains and the countryside. Anyone here from New Zealand? What is it like?
Spain (same answer as always, lol), I just love that country. I would like to travel to somewhere in Asia too, though. Maybe Japan, Vietnam or Singapore.
Mexico City, Mexico - expedite my Spanish learning, get lost out there, go through dual citizenship app process, hire a 'friend'/translator 'for rent' while scoping out real estate opportunities in scenic and private locations.(or for taking the "Jesse Ventura" route of cost effective retirement in Mexico). I may also want to take a short tour to South America, Brazil(always wanted to go there)
Great Barrier Reef Australia, New Zealand, and Fiji
I've been thinking a lot about how my SO and I made an "escape from family Christmas" plan to travel during Christmas so we could witness the holidays in other countries each year.
This is definitely a place I'd like to go back to - I only had a day there the time I visited on a cruise. Maybe not in mid-winter though. Somewhere like Tromso would be better this time of the year, for the aurora.
Jeju Island, South-Korea
Folegandros, or return to Settignano, to the quiet of Villa Gamberaia
That looks amazing.
I've been there once, it is absolutely gorgeous there. And the food is great too! Would like to go back when it is possible again.
Kiribati because I really really like their flag!
I’d like to visit Japan and immerse myself in the culture where my grandmother lived. Plus—you know—sushi.
Wisconsin, in another life.
Oh you know, unfinished business