Where Do You Want To Travel the Most and Why?

February 5 in

Where Do You Want To Travel the Most and Why

Is there any place you’ve always wanted to visit but haven’t had a chance to go? Why do you want to travel to that place? Share with us.

7 Answers

Las Vegas! This is the place I would call the eternal Friday.

And Disneyland! The perfect reason to feel yourself a child again.

Well, I think that I just need more holidays in my life, when I can relax and think of nothing that is called “of current interest” :)

Tokyo, Sydney, Tibet, Paris, Rome, Los Angeles… the list goes on and on. I want to see as much of the world as I can despite my very limited funds. I want to breathe in the art and the history and the experiences of the people who live there and just learn the world. VERY cliche I’m aware, but all good cliches are rooted in a truth.

Far, far away from technology. Somewhere lush and green, hills and valleys in the hot sun, some good wine and a glance back in time.

Napa Valley, California – one of the premier wine regions of the world.

I lived in Los Angeles for 6 years and always thought I would go one day, it was right there, a drive away. Now, in the snow, sleet, rain and cold of the East Coast that is what I dream of experiencing.

Cell phone home. Laptop home. Walking along the rows of grapes…

I dream of Portugal and fado songs in small cavernous restaurants, clinking glasses, candlelight, enraptured in the sounds of a Portuguese guitar. I also keep a little space in my heart for Sardinia and small seaside Turkish towns, where I can sit beneath a lemon tree, have fresh fish for lunch and listen to the crashing waves.

I would love to escape to the clear waters of Fiji. Every year my fiance and I take 2-3 weeks to have a retreat and reflect on what worked and what we struggled with during the previous year. Imagining Fiji and it’s clear aquamarine water with amazing coral reefs sounds like an amazing opportunity. As a keynote leadership speaker, I have been fortunate enough to travel the world, yet we haven’t made it there yet. Sounds like a great idea for 2014…


Ireland is certainly my dream.  I love the Gaelic language and some of my ancestors are from the Emerald Isle.  I enjoy the lush landscapes and would really love to see them in person.  Not to mention visiting a pub or three!  I would like to immerse myself in the rich history and culture while enjoying various tours.  Life-changing books open your mind

Bolivia’s definitely where I’d love to go. I’m fascinated about the culture of Latin America and the vast salt flat in Salar de Uyuni of Bolivia is where I dream of visiting. It’s just like a paradise on earth!