You could say that my travel list has just about every destination on it. I just want to see it all. I love experiencing new cultures and foods and languages and each place I visit has so much to offer. Travel makes me a better person to. I am more flexible, more understanding and more adventurous when I travel. So, while my travel list is pretty much infinitely long, my travel bucket list (below) contains places I am dying to visit. Places that have always intrigued me. Places I’ve fixed upon for months (or even years). One day I hope I’m lucky enough to see the places on this list!
[This is Day 3 of the Blog Everyday in May challenge I’m participating in] :) (all images from Pinterest)
When I was little, I wanted to be an Egyptologist. Zahi Hawass used to be my idol and I taught myself hieroglyphics (#coolkidstatus). I used to be obsessed with the gods and goddesses and processes of mummification. Books about Ancient Egypt were my life and I distinctly remember writing/starting several mini-novels that took place in Egypt. It is my dream to see the pyramids and the Sphinx and the tombs. And discover the magic of it all.
I think it would be incredibly cool to road trip around Iceland. I’ve read so many blogs about all there is to do throughout the country. It looks absolutely beautiful, especially with the volcanoes, fjords, beaches, rivers, and all the other forms of nature. Just to spend a week or two driving around this beautiful country would be a dream come true.
Ireland has been on my list for awhile now. Like Iceland, I feel like it would be cool to spend a few weeks just driving around Ireland and Northern Ireland. Giant’s Causeway, the Cliffs of Moher, Dublin, Belfast, everything. SO pretty.
I love Dracula and I’ve always wanted to see Vlad the Impaler’s castle. We tried to make it work for our spring break trip but it was too out of the way :( But it looks beautiful.
Ever since I started learning French, I’ve wanted to visit Quebec. I’ve seen so many Travel Channel shows and even a few House Hunters International shows on it. Heck, I even took a class solely on Quebec in French! That also made me want to visit even more. I love the Quebecois French accent and think it would be kind of cool to try to speak French to them there and get laughed at. I just have to make sure to go when it’s not winter….