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If money were no object, where would you go?

I love playing this game with my friends! So here it goes and the rules are simple:

Money doesn't matter. Where would you go, and what would you do there?

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  • Sara G.

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    I would go to The Maldives! And stay at a private villa on the water. Take a look, it self-explanatory as far as what to do: http://www.velassaru.com/water-villa-with-pool · (1 likelikes)

  • Jillian G.

    Jillian G.

    Hi Sara - thanks for answering! However, this is a comment to my question. :) In order for the community to see your answer, simply hit the blue Answer Question button directly above these comments, and answer away! I look forward to seeing it! :) · (0 likelikes)

  • Sara G.

    Sara G.

    :-( First time I've tried this. Sorry. · (1 likelikes)

  • Jillian G.

    Jillian G.

    No problem at all! I love reading your comments. Just want to make sure you answer, too! :) · (1 likelikes)

  • Nivedita N.

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    I'd go to Greece, Italy and Turkey. I would love to explore the lesser known places, talk to common people and click a lot of pictures. · (1 likelikes)

 

					
					
					
				

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  • Ryan Weiss

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    Mars. No joke, if money was not an issue I'd go to space and step foot on another planet.

    AlaskaBut If I'd have to stick to this planet here are the top 10 on my list of places I haven't been to:

    10. Antarctica - Because why not? Penguins and being able to say I've been to Antarctica!

    Antarctica9. Tokyo - I would love to experience the Japanese culture. Not just for the taste of the food but for the preparation they put into which looks so amazing.

    Tokyo8. Tanzania - I want to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and go on a safari.Mount Kilimanjaro7. Myanmar - ever since Bourdain did a show there I've been fascinated with the country. And if the food is anything close to what I ate in Vietnam, I know I'll fall in love with it.Myanmar

    6. Marrakech - I was told this is the "real" Morocco by an Uber driver in San Francisco. I've been very interested in Northern Africa. A friend of mine went to Casablanca and told me a great story of hundreds of people gathering around in a square to listen to a very old man tell a story. Almost like going to the movies.

    Marrakech

    5. Río de Janeiro - Brazil is the land that loves soccer! I've been told that you can pay $100 to go hang gliding off the mountains in Rio. You fly over the city and land on the beach where there is a guy waiting for you with a caipirinha.Brazilimage from en.wikibooks.org4. Nepal - I'd go to base camp of Mount Everest. My dad has always talked about do this together and I would love to make it happen.Mount Everest3. Israel - Family ties, Jerusalem, party in Tel Aviv, put a rock on Oskar Schindler's grave and see where Jesus walked.Jerusalem2. Budapest (Eastern Europe) - Hungary and Poland might be the only two countries in Europe I have not stepped foot in. It's where my ancestors are from. I say Budapest mainly because of this picture below but it would be a two country trip learning about my family roots.

    Poland

    1. Patagonia (Argentina) in Southern Argentina and Chile - I'd love to live in Southern Argentina for a bit. See the amazing views in Torres del Paine. Ride horses with the locals. Drink Yerba Mate. Spend time living on a vineyard.Patagonia (Argentina)image from inkas.com

    Notable mentions: Russia, New Zealand, Australia, Egypt, China, Alaska (or just see all 50 states.


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    • Valerie A.

      Valerie A.

      How creative! Love the Mars destination. · (2 likelikes)

    • Debbie L.

      Debbie L.

      Let me know when you're going to Mars. I've been wanting to go, too :P · (3 likelikes)

    • Jillian G.

      Jillian G.

      OK, you win. I want your trip! Great answer. · (1 likelikes)

    • Anna A.

      Anna A.

      Ehi, no Italy? How could you?!?! ;) · (2 likelikes)

    • Ryan W.

      Ryan W.

      @Debbie - If I run into Elon ever I'll be sure to get your name on the list ;) @Anna - yeah... you know I went with places I've never been to, BUT I've always wanted to go to Emilia Romagna, Italy and get a culatello from Antica Corte Pallavicina. I saw Bourdain do this and it looked amazing! We're talking WAY off the beaten path. · (1 likelikes)

    • Royce A.

      Royce A.

      I was thinking the moon, but this is better! · (2 likelikes)

    • Trevor M.

      Trevor M.

      Ditto! · (2 likelikes)

    • Aran C.

      Aran C.

      Bro, what's stopping you from going to Patagonia in the next year or two? · (2 likelikes)

    • Ryan W.

      Ryan W.

      @Aran nothing! The trip is in the works. · (1 likelikes)

    • Junwei H.

      Junwei H.

      Great answer, especially the first one ;) · (2 likelikes)

    • Jillian G.

      Jillian G.

      Junwei, would love to see you answer my question too! · (2 likelikes)

    • Abigail W.

      Abigail W.

      I would love to do the same thing! · (2 likelikes)

    • Katy B.

      Katy B.

      A fine list...I'd like to see all of these, except possibly Antarctica (too cold for me, but I'd go to Alaska). As for Rio de Janeiro, I've been there many times and love it every time - but have never - would never! - go hang gliding! I guess I'll just have to enjoy my caipirinha at a sidewalk cafe and watch the hang gliders come in! · (2 likelikes)

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  • JR Johnson

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    great question! Love it!

    I would make my destination the Maldives. From the pictures it looks amazing.It has it all diving, snorkeling, surfing and lounging. But the main reason, is because it's disappearing. Rising ocean levels are likely to take out many of the 1,200 islands that make up the Maldives. The highest point in the country is only 7'10" above sea level and average height is only 4'11". This beautiful place won't be here for much longer, so i'm going!

    Maldives

    Maldives MaldivesFrom there I would visit the Seychelles because it's just right next door. Actually it's 2,136 KM away, but who's counting when money isn't in the equation.

    Seychellesimage from bridepop.comSeychelles

    Seychelles

    Then on to Dubai. Now i know some might think that's not that exotic, but if you're ever going to see Dubia, it should be on a no limit budget right? Check into the Royal Suite at the Burj Al Arab for a cool $8,000 per night?

    Burj Al Arabimage from bestindubai.wordpress.comI'll have a few friends over and lounge in my room.

    Burj Al ArabHere's the kicker, I'd do it all on Emirates Air in their first class cabin the whoooooole way. I just priced this ticket and it came up just shy of $40,000 per seat. I mean look at these seats, they're a frickin' room!!

    Dubai

    And the bar, come on! Drinking champagne, hobnobing with dignitaries and hip hop artists alike? sign me up! We could blow our nose with hundred dollar bills and laugh about it... hahahaha.

    DubaiThese pictures are pretty hilarious... they are from the Emirates Air website.

    Great question Jillian! that was fun! Can't wait to see the other responses.


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      Love this! I had no idea the Maldives are disappearing and it's definitely on my bucket list now. Wow--$40,000/seat?! It's fun to dream about, but that is just crazy! · (1 likelikes)

    • JR J.

      JR J.

      at those prices you hope for a delay on the runway so you can enjoy it more. · (1 likelikes)

    • Dennis G.

      Dennis G.

      I've looked at the Maldives before. This seems to be about as close to a remote paradise as you can get. A almost constant 82 degrees all year long, too. · (2 likelikes)

    • Ryan W.

      Ryan W.

      The Maldives looks awesome! I think I saw a 60 Minutes piece on them disappearing. I have to get there ASAP! · (2 likelikes)

    • Dean S.

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      I need to update my list! · (2 likelikes)

    • Irene V.

      Irene V.

      Also my choice! Paradise... · (1 likelikes)

    • Div N.

      Div N.

      Perfect choices I have to say! · (2 likelikes)

    • Samia A.

      Samia A.

      Photos of Maldives are so beautiful...definitely a great place for diving! Enjoyed your writing! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Anna Andreò

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    first of all, the moon. Really. Not mars, it's too hot there but.. The moon...

    To keep it real, well:
    Kyoto

    Kyotoimage from japan-i.jp

    and then I would make the Shikoku Pilgrimage, all the 88 temples of the island. To mark it, let's say I'd stay in Naruto, just because the name is dear to me :)

    I'd visit Japan thoroughly, and then visit BangkokBangkok, Beijing and move on to TibetTibetimage from forum.xcitefun.netand Saint Petersburg (Russia)Saint Petersburg (Russia)
    KievKievand then TurkeyTurkeyGreeceGreeceimage from totalmortgage.comSicily, in particular Porto EmpedocleSicilySardiniaSardiniaimage from bedandbreakfastsardinia.homestead.comCorsica

    Corsicathen BarcelonaBarcelonaimage from confortelhotels.co.ukMadridMadridLisbon

    Lisbonimage from fromedome.comand back to Aosta and Alps and ViennaViennaMunich, Paris, London, Wales, Edinburgh, Dublin, Stockholm and South America with Machu Picchu, Chile, Bolivia, Cape Horn . Well, I guess I would see New York City and go to Carlo's Bakery Way 'cause I love that guy... and visit Sydney, Australia in general because I don't know the names of the cities :D and also New Zealand...

    Well. I think that now I really finished my money. I would go back home to Sant'Agata de' Goti, but maybe before I'd stop in Napoli to have a pizza :)

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      Tibet would be epic! · (2 likelikes)

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  • Victoria Ancheva

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    1. Visiting Socotra, Yemen has been on my list for ages. Look at photos - breathtaking and unreal. 

    SocotraSocotra

    2. Vietnam for three months! Six Senses Con Dao is a dream to stay in.

    Six Senses Con Dao

    3. Grand Prismatic Spring, Wyoming.

    Grand Prismatic Spring

    4. You can never have enough of Italy. In particular - Procida, Naples, Amalfi coast.

    Procida

    and

    Craco in Basilicata.

    Craco

    5. China - Avatar movie - I m banal here)

    Tianzi Mountain

    Tianzi Mountain

    6. Christmas in Austria - Hallstatt

    Hallstatt

    Will visit it through the Bastei Bridge in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains, Germany.

    Elbe Sandstone Mountains

    7. Then head to Palau to check out Ngardmau Falls and swim in Jellyfish Lake, Koror.

    Jellyfish Lake

    8. Swimming in Bondi Icebergs Pool would be sweet.

    Bondi Icebergs Pool

    9. Surf at Waimea Bay, Oahu, Hawaii during winter would be a dream come true.

    Waimea Bay

    10. Utah and Amangiri Resort Villas are so gorgeous to spend a couple of days at.

    Amangiri Resort Villas


    And to finish my humble trip, I'd go with Paris staying at the stunning Saint James Paris hotel.

    Saint James Paris

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      Amazing spots here, Victoria! · (1 likelikes)

    • Ryan W.

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      Socotra looks crazy! Adding that to my list for sure! · (1 likelikes)

    • Brew J.

      Brew J.

      Great stuff in here. I may just steal your list! Socotra, Craco and Procida, the avatar Tianzi Mountain. Wow. · (1 likelikes)

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  • Katharina Boden

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    Great question! I have been to more than 50 countries but there are three destinations that have been on the very top of my bucket list for many years.

    1.) Go to Tanzania, do a safari and climb the Mount Kilimanjaro.Mount Kilimanjaroimage from dimensionsinfo.comMount Kilimanjaro2.) Take a month or even longer and step on the Trans-Siberian train and follow the route from Moscow via Ulaanbaatar to Beijingwith many stops in between. Since I was little my grandpa keeps telling me these adventurous stories about his trip to Mongolia in the 60s and since then I always wanted to visit this country. And what better way to explore the vast countryside than on a train journeyMoscowMongoliaMongoliaBeijing3) Fly down to Argentina and get on a quest for the Antarctic Circle (Antarctica). Antarctica

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      It would be lovely to see the places that your grandpa's been! I was in Tanzania last year for a while and went on safari, so let me know if you make this trip a reality and I can give you some tips. :) · (0 likelikes)

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      Love it, Katharina! · (0 likelikes)

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      Definitely go to Kilimanjaro! · (0 likelikes)

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      Samia A.

      oo yes, Transsiberian I must add! · (0 likelikes)

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  • Valerie Stimac

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    Money is no object? Well, I guess it's time for my round the world trip!

    I'd start in Seattle and fly to Auckland for three weeks there. I'd need to visit Hobbiton and explore Wellington... I've heard NZ is the only place that's similar to where I grew up (Eagle River (Alaska)).WellingtonThen, it's off to Kathmandu to explore the Tibetan culture and way of life. I'd want to try and visit Everest Base Camp too, just to look up at the biggest mountain of all... No need to climb it though!Kathmanduimage from travelskeys.comNext, to Cape Town on the suggestion of many friends throughout the years! I'd love to sample wines and take a safari and even visit Johannesburg to get a better sense of the culture there. I think SA is one of those places you have to see to really understand; reading about it in books will never be enough.Cape Townimage from cunard.comNext is up to Athens for even more historical exploration. If you haven't noticed a theme yet, I'm kind of obsessed with history and architecture and culture. I'd have to see the beginning of it all, in Athens, to really feel like I had a grasp of the world we live in.Athens

    Finally, I'd fly to Temuco to visit with a very good friend there. I'd try and convince her to go see penguins with me in the south of Chile and teach me some Spanish, since we've been friends many years and I still haven't learned! I imagine I'd also stop in Santiago since it's on the way back to the U.S.

    Oof, that's ambitious! I'd probably need about six months to do it all without going mad from traveling too quickly!

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      Hobbiton! Yes, that is a must :) · (1 likelikes)

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      Cape Town and Johannesburg look so beautiful. This trip would certainly be amazing. · (1 likelikes)

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  • Mathilde Baillet

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    As for me, I would travel from Saint Petersburg (Russia) to Ulaanbaatar with the Transmongolian.Lake BaikalLake BaikalLake BaikalLake BaikalWinter time. To make it even more authentic, and avoid the crowd. Sharing vodka and playing cards with merchants from everywhere, stepping out at Lake Baikal to fish and and ski on the lake. And stepping out again and again, in all the amazing places along the railroad, those I don't even know yet the existence! Go horseback-riding in the mongol tundra,

    Lake Baikal

    Lake Baikalshare locals' lifestyle for a while, live with them in a yurt. Woow I'm getting excited again!! Let's work hard to make it happen in a near future! Nice one :)

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      Wow! Scenes out of a documentary here :) I'd love to visit these, too! · (2 likelikes)

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      I love your answer! I love being with the locals..there is something really special about living among a community of people and experiencing a new culture. Very inspiring! · (1 likelikes)

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      Cold adventure, but so authentic! I love the idea... · (1 likelikes)

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  • Irene Vargas

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    If money were no object I would start my world tour in the Maldives. I would stay in an over-water bungalow and enjoy the gorgeous scenery. There would be some snorkeling, sailing and relaxing done there.MaldivesNext, I'd be off to the Seychelles. There I would continue the activities stated above...Seychellesimage from bridepop.comBali would be my next stop. The culture, food and beautiful landscape would make for a wonderful time.BaliSeoul would be next on my list. My husband is Korean and I love their culture. We're already planning a trip there in a few years when the kids are older.SeoulJapan would be my next stop. Kyoto specifically.

    Kyotoimage from good-wallpapers.com

    China has always been on my list. I think it would be amazing to hike the great wall, or at least a part of it.

    China

    India would be next on my list. A trip to the Taj Mahal would be a must.IndiaEgypt would be next on the list. I've always wanted to ride a camel and see the pyramids. EgyptMarrakech would follow Egypt. I'd check out the markets and architecture. MarrakechNext, I'd be off to Italy. I'd visit Venice, Tuscany, Cinque Terre, Milan, Comoand Capri, Italy. I've already been to Rome, Pisa, Naples and Pompeii. Maybe a quick stop to Naples for some pizza would have to be made though.

    Veniceimage from travel.thinkatrip.comToscanaCinque TerreMilanimage from milandirect.com.auNext would be Switzerland. SwitzerlandThen, way over to the GalapagosGalapagosPeru to hike to Machu Pichu. PeruThen, finish off in Bora Bora. After this long trip, some R&R would be much needed.Bora BoraBora Bora

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      Totally! I forgot about the Maldives. Definitely would like to relax there · (0 likelikes)

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  • Molly S

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    I seem to spend my life thinking about this! So - with money not a factor - here's my dream trip:

    I'd start in Paris. Even though I've been before it's still my favourite city. You can never have too much Paris! Paris

    Then I'd fly - first class, obviously! - to New York City. Art galleries, architecture, and cupcakes. Lots of them. New York City

    A road trip down the East Coast, all the way to Florida Keys for some relaxation and fun in the sun (knowing me, I'd hit hurricane season, but never mind). Florida KeysThen the road trip would continue along the south, calling in at New Orleans......New Orleansimage from diane-millsap.blogspot.com.....and Grand Canyon before heading up the coast of California to San Francisco.San Franciscoimage from seejessicago.com

    Then it would be a flight to the Pacific islands - Fiji....Fiji....and Papua New Guinea. Papua New Guinea

    From there I'd take in a bit of Australia, Sydney in particular, before heading across to Cape Town to visit family. Cape Townimage from cunard.com

    Then (and this is kind of assuming that safety isn't an issue either!) I'd overland it through East Africa back to Cairo. Cairoimage from travel.nationalgeographic.com

    I'm sure there's somewhere else I'd go after that - anything to not come home!

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      What a dream trip! I love looking at the map of all the places you've listed around the world! · (0 likelikes)

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    Dubai - I would go on the morning desert safari and have brunch in the desert. Ride, feed and hug a camel.DubaiAbu Dhabi - I would go shopping in the local markets and look for native spices.Abu DhabiAustralia - Everything!AustraliaSouth Africa- I would tour mines, and work my way up Africa, eventually going on a safari tour of the lands and work my way up to follow the Nile.South Africa

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      I want to hug a camel! · (1 likelikes)

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      I love how well thought out your answer is. I believe you will definitely do most of these trips because you have given them serious consideration and thought. Thought = reality. · (2 likelikes)

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      Thank you Lorelei! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Robson Cadore

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    Party time baby!!!
    I would pack my private jet with friends and make 1 year party time around the globe!
    January : BPM Festival in Playa del Carmen
    February: Split time between Punta del Este & Rio de Janeiro
    March: ULTRA Music Festival in Miami
    April: Time Warp in Mannheim and Snowbombing in Майрхофен
    May: Hit the opening parties in Ibiza
    June: SONAR in Barcelona

    July: Enjoy summer in Saint-Tropez, Ibiza and attend Tomorrowland in Boom
    August: another busy month! Kazantip in Popivka ( or Georgia ...), SONUS Festival in Pag island & Burning Man in Black Rock Desert.
    September: Closing parties in Ibiza
    October: Amsterdam Dance Event in Amsterdam
    November: Creamfields in Buenos Aires
    December: Snow Globe in South Lake Tahoe
    It's gonna be a tough year!

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      This just looks like FUN! · (0 likelikes)

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      Great plan, Robson--love that you have a place for every month of the year!!! · (1 likelikes)

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  • Vern Horst

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    One simple word for a question that is not really that simple. My answer is "everywhere". If money is not a problem then I would go everywhere.

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      Ha! I think you win! · (3 likelikes)

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    I would travel to Fiji to experience a true vacation on a beautiful island resort and experience the wonderful people that make that place a joy to visit. Fiji

    I would snorkel, water ski, jet skiing, laying in a bog hammock with my loved ones. Enjoying each other and the sunshine.FijiFijiFiji

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      That looks so relaxing! · (1 likelikes)

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      That's idea Jillian. :) · (1 likelikes)

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  • Sara Gonzalez

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    Since "money is no object", I'd start with spending a couple weeks in The Maldives. In a private villa w/a pool, on the water. Swim in the crystal clear waters, with the beautiful tropical fish, lay by my private pool most of the day, dine at their "underwater" restaurant, and just enjoy island life. What's not to love? I mean, its gorgeous! And those are just some of the reasons why the Maldives are at the top of my bucket list. Take a look: http://www.velassaru.com/water-villa-with-pool

    After that, fly over to Asia, starting with Tokyo, and heading to Vietnam,Philippines and Thailand.

    Once done with Asia, I'd probably take a private jet over to Europe and start at my maternal grandparent's homeland: Spain (Madrid, Barcelona, Ibiza, Valencia, Galicia). From there, head to France, Greek islands, Italy, Monaco...

    After Europe, I'd head down to South America. Starting at Machu Picchu, PeruPeru and visiting all the Incan and Mayan ruins I could, from there. Ending in Argentina and Brazil before heading back to the US.

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      I agree with The Maldives, but it would be my last stop before returning to the US, if I could ever bring myself to leave that kind of beauty. · (1 likelikes)

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  • Ana Gusso

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    I think I don't have any place that I can say I haven't been or that I can't go because of money. I am not rich (never was and I might never be) but I know very well that lack of money is, majority of times, not an excuse to not go. If I decide that I want to visit somewhere, I work hard towards that, save my money and go. Therefore, I think money is not really an issue for me. Yes, it would make my travels easier, that's for sure but, I can go anywhere without it if I really really want it. There are some many options these days :)

    But, if I could close my eyes now and be somewhere else I would say Myanmar. This is a trip I will work hard for. Maybe for March 2015?


    Here is my extended explanation of how I can travel so much without being rich: http://firsttimeforeigner.com/i-am-not-rich-and-i-travel-the-world-what-is-the-secret/Myanmar

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      There's something about working hard to accomplish a goal-- or a trip to Myanmar-- that makes it so much more valuable to experience. I hope to see you go in March! I love your answer, and your post! It's all about priorities. :) · (1 likelikes)

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      Myanmar is such a beautiful country. I've just been there in May and even though I have already seen so many different places, Myanmar really amazed me. If you like, have a looks at my blog posts about my travels to Myanmar: Part 1: http://blackwhitevivid.com/wanderlust-myanmar/ Part 2: http://blackwhitevivid.com/wanderlust-myanmar-part-ii/ Also, if you need any tips please let me know. · (2 likelikes)

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      Tks girls! Jillian, yes, it is all about priorities. I will be sharing my experience in Myamar here for sure ;). Katharina, great post. I might contact u in the future with some questions if u don't mind. · (0 likelikes)

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  • Gil Werhane

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    Not so much where, but with whom! A sunset sail without e-mail

    A little sea spray and a bold Cabernet

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      I love this answer (and how it rhymes!) · (0 likelikes)

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      If I ever own a boat I'm naming it "A little sea spray and a bold Cabernet" · (1 likelikes)

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      So ... whom?! · (2 likelikes)

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  • Debbie Lee

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    Maldives! I'd like to hop around the white sanded atolls, go snorkeling and scuba diving with colorful fish, do some other water sports like surfing and SUPing, and stay in overwater bungalows. It's apparently sinking so I'd like to make it there while I still can.Maldivesimage from justluxuryhotels.netMaldivesVery close second choice would be French Polynesia, namely Tahiti, for pretty much all the same reasons. I mean, just look at the water!
    Tahiti

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      two votes for the Maldives already! · (2 likelikes)

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      Answer twinsies! · (1 likelikes)

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      That water is beautiful. I'd love to relax in one of those huts on the water... · (2 likelikes)

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      Debbie, let's go!! Both of these places are on my list! · (2 likelikes)

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      Valerie & Debbie...What about me? Can I come?!!! :) · (3 likelikes)

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      Come on in, the water's great! :) · (2 likelikes)

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      I'm sensing a team bonding event maybe a few years down the road ;) · (3 likelikes)

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      #TrippytakesMaldives · (3 likelikes)

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      Amen, sista! Maldives are at the top of my "bucket list". I mean, the islands are just so beautiful and the water is so clear and turquoise. What's not to love? · (2 likelikes)

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      Girl trip! LOL · (3 likelikes)

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      Yesss!!! I can't wait to make it out there :) · (2 likelikes)

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  • Lorelei Leslie

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    If money were no object I would go on a Safari in Kenyaat the Masai Mara National Reserve.KenyaKenya

    I've already been everywhere else I wanted to go. However, if you haven't been to the Eiffel Tower in Paris yet then you should start there. :)Eiffel Towerimage from mccullagh.org

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  • Courtney Robinson

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    Where to begin?!?

    First, I think I'd start off in London and I'd stay at the The Goring Hotel and/or the The Ritz London and/or Claridge's and/or The Savoy Hotel.

    The Goring Hotel

    The Ritz Londonimage from elitechoice.orgClaridge'sThe Savoy HotelI'd have a day of shopping at Liberty of London that would leave it looking like a football team ransacked it.Liberty of LondonI'd then go over to Paris where I would book out a floor at the Hôtel Le Bristol Paris. Hôtel Le Bristol ParisWhile in town I would recklessly bid on art and antiques at the Drouot-Montmartre auction house.

    Raffles Hotel SingaporeWorn out from all the exhausting paddle waving, I'd have a nice big meal at Le Grand Véfour. Le Grand VéfourThen I would buy an apartment overlooking the Palais-Royal.

    Palais-RoyalWhile my decorator is busy fixing it up for me, I'd head south to Monaco where I would stay at the Hôtel Hermitage Monte-Carlo and gamble at the Monte Carlo Casino for such a long time they name a wing after me.

    MonacoMonacoMonte Carlo Casino

    Finally, I'd fly over to Singapore where I'd stay at Raffles Hotel Singapore. I know this is totally random, but I've just always wanted to stay here. Raffles Hotel Singapore









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      Great, I love that you picked all these amazing hotels! · (1 likelikes)

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      Thanks, Katharina--hopefully I'll stay in them someday....;) · (0 likelikes)

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      You have planned a delightful trip. · (0 likelikes)

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  • David Sherwin

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    I would follow a Formula 1 season around the world, Visiting each country before and after the race here is a night race. Formula 1 Singapore

    Formula 1 Singapore - Singapore Night Race

    Formula 1 AustinFormula 1 Austin News and EventsFormula 1 BahrainFormula 1Formula 1Formula 1Formula 1Formula 1Formula 1Here is just a taste of how many countries you could visit. I would then produce a coffee table book of pictures and my experience of the ultimate global soap opera money can buy.

    Looking forward to reading any more great ideas

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