What if someone paid for you to go anywhere you wanted tomorrow. Where would you go and why?
Japan. Definitely, Japan. i have always had a mild obsession with Japan, and it is in fact on my bucket list to travel there. There is a more ancestral reason got me to go there as well. However, when I was growing up, up until now, Japanese culture has always appealed to me.
Hands down, to see my grands! Reasons? I love them so. They live in amazing places. I love them so. They are growing up too fast. I love them so.
I would like to go to Sweden to visit a close friend for six years that I have not met. I am also intrigued by Sweden and its culture. The big obstacle is not knowing the language, even though English is spoken by many there in variants. I kinda' am not sure of the traditional food because I am not a big seafood eater. I see I should do more research and maybe get CD series on learning the language in case I do win the lottery.
Mars!!!. Last week I saw a movie called Martian. It made me so curious about the Red Planet.It is really a tough task to go there but if someone is paid for my space travel means then my choice would be Mars.
I would ask if I could delay leaving so that I could attend a special weekend retreat for women in San Francisco next month.
Or I would travel to Hawaii, Ireland or Spain with my daughter.
I'll go to Cappadocia in Turkey. Take a hot air balloon hovering above the otherworldly fairy chimneys. It's one on my bucket lists and one of the most difficult to reach geographically and financially.
I'm from the Philippines and currently working in Saudi Arabia. There are no direct flights from the Philippines to Turkey and the distance equates to higher flight costs. From Saudi Arabia, it's not very easy to navigate the visa acquisition route.
by Kathleen Odenthal 4 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world for one week, all expenses paid for, where would you go?
by Bredavies 3 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go?Money is not an issue. You can just leave tomorrow, free of any obligations. Where are you going?
by Steve Anselmo 5 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world to see one thing, where would you go and why?Is there a physical landmark, historical site, local event, or attraction you would like to see?
by Anastasia Kingsley 6 years ago
If you could travel anywhere in the world, where would you go, and what would you do there?
by Pleasure Venues 8 years ago
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by freecampingaussie 4 years ago
If you found yourself on your own suddenly and were free to live anywhere what would you do ?Would you travel in a campervan as a single person or stay in one place and just go away on holidays if you had no kids , pets etc ?
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