Write about 5 Places You Wish to Visit.
I will try my best to narrow down my picks. Can’t say that the ones I’ve chosen are even my “top 5 places to visit ever”, I think this will be more of a “hopefully the next 5 places I visit” list. Of course, I say this like I have a passport and a list of people interested in traveling with me. I definitely don’t. Also, I really know very little about these places so if my insight or word structure describing these destinations appears to be lacking you can shut up.
Place 1) San Francisco – I could dedicate an entire post to this particular location and everything I want to get out of it while I visit. Where do I start? The Golden Gate Bridge. I love it. It’s appears to be a beautiful structure. I can’t explain why I’m drawn to a bridge, exactly. Maybe it was the intro to those Full House episodes. Maybe it’s because where I come from the bridges are shit. Like even- possibly made out of shit. Ok, ok, not actual shit. But they’re bad. Real bad. Michael Jackson. Anyway, I’ve researched SF a lot. and this particular location in SF the most. This research has included the better locations for the best Golden Gate Bridge pictures. Also, by ‘research’ I mean ‘pinterest’ so it could all be lies. This being said, I’d still love to spend one entire day just being close to this spot in San Francisco. Biking, Hiking, Photographing, People watching, whatever. Then I would spend the rest of my time venturing more into other places. The trip ideas are endless. I’ve heard things about the people, food, and nightlife. Beyond positive things. (Except for one person that told me SF is overrated and is covered in dog shit for miles.) Still, I want to see firsthand what this place is all about. I want to hit it with an explorer’s attitude. & I’m going to. I will definitely cross this place off my list at some point. Sooner rather than later.
Place 2) New Zealand – Adventure. I’ve had to have mentioned this place before in a post. Because it’s awesome. It really seems like a different world. The hobbit trails, the mountain views, ..I know I’ve typed about this place. I’ll shut up about it. This being said, I’m afraid this one might let me down the most. I have these really high expectations of what this place is like, possibly unreachable. I’ve recently came across a blog from someone that lives there entitled “What New Zealand is really like.” I saw C- landscapes at best and fog. Not like fun city fog. Gross fog.
Place 3) Italy – So I can be one of those snobby people that can bring my travels into conversation at the drop of a hat. I’d love to spend a month/summer there to live/explore. Then I could come back to let people know I’m cultured these days and I no longer belch mid-sentence. Ok. I don’t actually do that. Any more. As often. However trips to Italy aren’t cheap, the flight alone will ensure that I have one less child in the future. Until then Pizza Hut it is.
Place 4) Salt Lake City – This is a recent interest. A friend of mine mentioned it as a potential place to live. California and Vegas sound like great weekend destinations to run off to. Also, the pictures of the landscape in Salt Lake City look great. I’d love to scope the place out. Not sure, I’d fully commit to moving just yet. I’d really prefer a place away from potential snow. Don’t care to drive in it. I get angry when we come across a snow dusting, and I still have to drive to work.
Place 5) Dominican Republic – Maybe because it’s December and I miss shorts and summer days. Needless to say, it’s another beach pick. I’m sure this is another great spot full of culture that I’d want to experience in person. My main reason for picking this place was wanting a memorable spot to relax. When I say ‘relax’ you know I meant when I’m making that bank and can afford that good life at a resort. Just from what I’ve seen in pictures and on reality television shows, it really looks like one of the best locations in the Caribbean.
There you have it, my 5 places I wish to visit.