Daydreaming is something I seldom engage in. One counselor I had made daydreaming part of my homework. I had a little trouble with it at first, because most of my thinking revolves around things I have to do and working on problems. But it’s something I’m trying to do more often.
If I had lots of money, I would travel a lot more than I do (and it would help if I wasn’t as afraid of flying as I am).
I’ve been lucky in that I’ve gone to Europe twice, and each time I haven’t had to pay for much of it. I thought of going to Australia on an exchange last semester, but that didn’t work out (and good thing considering how last semester went).
So here are
5, uh, 6 places I’d like to visit.
Australia fascinates me. I want to see the Opera House in Sydney, visit the Gold Coast, hike to Ayers Rock, cross over to Tasmania and see the penguins, snorkel in the Great Barrier Reef, go to Melbourne and see the architecture of Canberra.
Scandanavia and Russia
This is a cruise I’d LOVE to do. I’ve been to Norway, but I never had a chance to visit Oslo. My Mom travels a lot, and I’ve made her promise not to do this cruise until I can go with her!
Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda
Once upon a time, my family sponsored a child from Kenya. I always wanted to go and visit her. After I took a Third World politics class, which looked at Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda, that urge to visit Africa resurfaced. And it remains.
Food, music, history, architecture. I don’t think I have to say anything more.
Canada’s East Coast
Newfoundland, PEI, Nova Scotia and New Brunswick – I want to see them all.
Canada’s north intrigues me. My Master’s thesis looked at Arctic issues, and I’ve always wanted to experience the midnight sun.
Where would you like to go? Let me know in the comments below!