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If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

  1. MomsTreasureChest profile image91
    MomsTreasureChestposted 21 months ago

    If you could travel anywhere, where would you go and why?

    If you could travel anywhere, where would you travel and why?


  2. Boundless Amber profile image83
    Boundless Amberposted 21 months ago

    If you mean literally anywhere, I would travel to asteroid b612, where I'll have a nice lil' talk about "matters of consequence" with The Little Prince, visit his rose, and watch forty-four sunsets a day. Perhaps, if I was lucky, I'd have the privilege to be his friend and learn more about the Little Prince's wise fox, as we all know the Little Prince tends to evade questions regarding himself. Also I would like to travel to Wonderland, where I would have tea with the Mad Hatter and his friends, and also talk to a talking Cheshire Cat! Curiouser and curiouser! I will see for myself the colorfulness and wonder of Wonderland.
    I want to visit the Little Prince because I want to recover the wonderment of being a kid and have stars that laugh; Wonderland, because I want to experience a colorful world and mad people with brilliant ideas, and believe in the impossible.

  3. Happylovejoy profile image96
    Happylovejoyposted 21 months ago

    It would definately have to be Egypt. The ways these people lived is just simply amazing.

  4. manatita44 profile image84
    manatita44posted 21 months ago

    Kawa'i is temperate, with beautiful trails, beaches, kayaking and waterfalls.

    Bali is full of religious significance, beautiful beaches and loving people. Their nature market is a joy to behold!

    The Phillipines are blessed with many small islands, beaches and palm trees. It is very tropical.

    Anchor Watt in Cambodia and Machu Picchu in Peru are rich in traditional history, artifacts and heritage, which includes their incredible ancient ruins.

    Both Tanzania and Kenya's National Parks are full of rare animals, but Tanzania has the mountains and crater lakes.

    Nepal has Anapurna which is a very high and beautiful mountain. In Pokara, they have caves, traditional dances, waterfalls and a beautiful sunset to see. Chitwan is the National Park and they have lions, Alligators and elephants. The country has lots of religious traditions; white water rafting and kayaking, etc.

    I have found NZ to be the best for forest trails and natural scenery, and England has its own natural charm in the countryside, especially Buxton, Dovedale, Matlock Aylesbury, etc. The Eiffel Tower in France is a wonderful feat of Engineering, and Monte Mart and the Louve are truly great places to see for the art lovers and religious historians.

    There is much more, but my good memory is failing ... o yes, Ethiopian countryside for it's mystic, traditional coffee ceremonies, athletes, hot springs and lakes. Austria is full of beautiful mountains and scenery as well as other German-orientated countries also. Sicily and Florence are quite charming. Much Love.

  5. freecampingaussie profile image63
    freecampingaussieposted 21 months ago


    We have been to a lot of places on our bucket list but I still want to visit Croatia,Eastern Europe ,Norway, as they are all different and unique!
    We loved free camping through Europe ,about 12 countries + UK

  6. gavinmanerowski profile image61
    gavinmanerowskiposted 19 months ago

    On a recent trip to Bali, I was able to sample some of the seafoods which have become popular in all corners of the globe prepared freshly to order at the many roadside and waterway eateries.