Around the World: 30 in 30

30 in 30

“My favorite thing is to go where I have never been.” – Diana Arbus

As someone who has grown up with an inherent love for travel, there are so many places that I have yet to visit. While this is by no means an exhaustive list of where I would like to go, it’s my version of a travel “to-do” list. There are various reasons why I want to visit each one, and I’m excited to share my stories from when I do get to go to each of these places!

There are both cities and countries listed, meaning it “counts” if I visit any city in a country that is listed. The list is in no particular order. There are some specific cities that I want to make it a point to see, since I may have been to other parts of that country (like the U.S., obviously!) and didn’t make it everywhere.

Start Date: August 13, 2013
End Date: August 13, 2043

1. Munich
2. Berlin
3. Iceland
4. China
5. Australia
6. New Zealand
7. Argentina
8. Antarctica
9. Grand Canyon
10. Mount Rushmore
11. The Caribbean
12. Thailand
13. Denmark
14. Finland (+ the igloo hotels)
15. Goa
16. New Delhi
17. The Hamptons
18. Japan
19. Alaska
20. Whistler
21. St. Mortiz
22. Martha’s Vineyard
23. Nantucket
24. Maine
25. Seattle
26. Vermont
27. Tuscany
28. Scotland
29. Ireland
30. Niagara Falls

5 thoughts on “Around the World: 30 in 30

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  2. I like your list. Seattle is a fun place to see, shop, and hang out. I love visiting up there… usually end up going for christmas to see family which means my dream of picnicing and spending a relaxing day hiking on Mt. Ranier hasn’t happened yet. But definately will.
    The grand Canyon (both north side and south side) are also great places to visit. The north side looks drasticly different as since it has a different attitude and a bit harder to get to – you get to see more wildlife. Definately recommend it. I have camped at both. LOL almost got snowed on the north side.

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