What are you passionate about?
I used to find this the most difficult question in the world to answer, but now feel confident I have found the answer. I am a girl wild about traveling and sharing her experience with others. I gain energy, excitement, and exhilaration from new people, places, cultures and experiences.
4. The Bahamas
6. Dominican Republic
Punta Cana. I have hit this beautiful country twice (albeit, at all inclusive resorts with the family).
10. New Zealand
Flight booked to Phukhet in May! Looking forward to delicious food, cheap prices, relaxation and fun in the sun, and interacting with the happiest people in the world. And did I mention the food?
Flights booked for a 3-day solo trip in June! Looking forward to the vibrant colours and wonderful foods of this country. I’m keen to hit the zoo where a little birdy told me you can see pandas and dine with orangutans!
From its ancient temples to its elegant capital and all the rich village life in between, Cambodia is a small country with a big soul. From the Royal Palace in Phnom Penh, to the temples ofAngkor, to the beaches of Koh Rong. Ascend to the realm of the gods and the eighth wonder of the world, Angkor Wat. With a history both inspiring and depressing, Cambodia delivers an intoxicating present.
Because, hello castles, green pastures and Guiness!
Buckingham Palace, Piccadilly Circus, Marble Arch, Big Ben, the iconic red double-decker bus.
Edinburgh, Glasglow For the architecture and to fulfill my greatest Harry Potter fantasies.
22. Czech Republic
The sprawling Andes Mountains, Iguaza falls, Cabernets and Malbec wines, and prime beef are reason enough to touch down here soon.
Images of Incas, llamas and deep, dark jungles conjure up a magical picture of Peru. But there is plenty more for you to discover in this diverse and fascinating country, experiencing its ancient ruins, Sacred Valley and Machu Picchu; best experienced when hiking the Inca Trail.
29. South Africa
Constantia bucket list including Table Cape mountain with spectacular views and world class wine. 30. Kenya Nairobi for a safari. Lions, tigers, and bears oh my! *This list is not an end-all-be-all, and I am willing to adapt as my priorities change throughout the next eight years.Six months into my first full-time job and I’m realizing the 9-5 office career is not for me. Traveling has become an addiction and now that I was bitten by the wanderlust bug, I’m doomed for the rest of my life.