If you could go ANYWHERE where would it be?
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I'd go to Perth, because one of my most wonderful friends lives there and I haven't seen her in 3 years, then I'd go, with her, to New Zealand.
Btw, I've been to Egypt and let me tell you--a camel is BUMPY!!! My first one was the most uncomfortable thing I have ever been forced to endure--I felt like I was precariously balanced at the tip of the mast of a small fishing vessel in a really HOT, really DRY storm. The second was actually somewhat comfy (Had a canopy and a windscreen), but I felt like the whole carriage and I were going to go toppling off its back at any moment so I couldn't relax :P It's not so much "bumpy" as...I don't know the word for it...violently rocked and bounced back and forth?
Amber - posted on 08/22/2011
I want to go everywhere!! I really want to travel the world. Egypt and Australia are tied for my number 1 spot.
Chad went to Egypt in 2009 for a month...now he's decided that he has seen it and doesn't want to go again.
I seriously wanted to smack him, he knows how badly I want to see the pyramids.... I told him that I'm going whether he comes or not because I've always been obsessed with ancient Egypt. I've watched so many shows about it and seen multiple museum exhibits every time they come through Chicago.
Lissa - posted on 08/21/2011
This may seem sad but nowhere, I am a total homebody. I enjoy visiting my family but I swear even just going to England gives me the shakes.
I love Scotland, I love everything about it, for me my heart (and the rest of me) belongs here.
Just to add, I know this sounds really weird, my husband thinks it's hilarious...if I fall asleep travelling home from England (where my husbands family is) I jolt awake just after crossing the border :)
Krista - posted on 08/21/2011
The shorter list would be places I wouldn't go. I'd travel like mad if I could.
Where would I go? (In no order of priority):
New Zealand, Fiji, Hawaii, Argentina, Morocco, Vietnam, India, Scotland, Ireland, France, Italy, Portugal, Turkey, Norway, Sweden, Switzerland, Austria, Tunisia, Croatia, and of course, the parts of Canada that I haven't seen yet!!!
Hahaha @ Jennifer about horse riding. I've been riding horses since I was 8 (although admittedly I haven't been on one in a while), and yes, the bigger horses ARE more comfortable to ride, especially if they have that lovely lope. In my experience, they also tend to have a nicer nature (in general).
LOL, hubby and I were just discussing this tonight. We are deciding between a cruise on the Danube, and a Canadian/Alaskan cruise (plus extra time in those places) right at this moment. We are placing pictures on our fridge, and that is what we are working towards for ourselves (kid free).
And I always laugh when I hear of the people who won't come to Australia because of the snakes and spiders!! Seriously, I haven't seen a snake in a LONG time. I think the last time was a couple of years ago when I ran over one on the highway. Spiders? Yes, we have a few of them, but no more than anyone else. No-one has died from a spider bite in decades. If it is any consolation, I am a country girl, I am almost 42, and I have NEVER been bitten by a spider. Neither has anyone I know.
Very amusing that people are so in fear it will prevent them visiting one of the most unique countries in the world. ESPECIALLY when you come from a country where there are wolves, bears, rattlesnakes, guns, earthquakes, tornados, hurricanes and more......
Jenni - posted on 08/20/2011
I'd love to see the old castles in Scotland. South Africa has always been on my top ten as well. Australia I'd love to go too.
I actually *would think* riding a camel isn't near as bumpy as riding a horse. I took equestrian lessons as a teen and found the smaller the horse the more bumpy the ride. Bigger horses were like riding a couch. I wonder if my theory holds up.
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