Describe Your Dream Trip

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Post by Amagine » 05 Sep 2017, 05:13

Juliet Esther wrote:I have so many dream trips but the one that tops all of them is a trip to Hawaii, i would really be happy of one day I'll get the opportunity to travel to such a beautiful place and relax
I have a lot of dream trips too
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Post by Emie Cuevas » 06 Sep 2017, 06:40

My dream trip would be to the Caribbean. Spend a few months exploring the island. Going scuba diving and surfing. Enjoy the local cuisine and traditional festivals that they hold.
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Post by Elle Howard » 06 Sep 2017, 07:28

My dream trip would be an Alaskan cruise. I have wanted to see the Northern Lights every since we studied them in school. I would love to take this cruise with my family and close friends one day to celebrate retirement.
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Post by Bettychi55 » 06 Sep 2017, 08:20

My dream trip would be to a place where I would be able to find inner peace and great wealth. I am still searching. Please if you know of any let me know

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Post by shish_by_design » 06 Sep 2017, 10:01

Travelling all around the world, especially Europe. I'd go alone, cause i'd be comfortable that way. I'd visit all the places, towns and cities I've ever read about in a book. See what the author saw.

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Post by Amagine » 06 Sep 2017, 18:33

shish_by_design wrote:Travelling all around the world, especially Europe. I'd go alone, cause i'd be comfortable that way. I'd visit all the places, towns and cities I've ever read about in a book. See what the author saw.
You're brave to travel alone! I'm the type that would prefer companionship.
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Post by DShore » 06 Sep 2017, 22:18

shish_by_design wrote:Travelling all around the world, especially Europe. I'd go alone, cause i'd be comfortable that way. I'd visit all the places, towns and cities I've ever read about in a book. See what the author saw.
I'd love to do this too! It seems like it'd be a very inspirational and educational journey.

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Post by Donald A Axon » 07 Sep 2017, 00:52

My dream trip is not really to a place! I'm an avid formula one racing fan. My dream trip would be to travel to where the first race is going to be held, about a week before the race. Do normal touristy stuff, then go to all the practice sessions, qualifying and then the race.

A few days later mover on to where the next race is going to be, and repeat the scenario over and over until I have seen all the races. This would be a holiday of about 9 months visiting over 20 countries.

One day I'll do it.

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shish_by_design wrote:Travelling all around the world, especially Europe. I'd go alone, cause i'd be comfortable that way. I'd visit all the places, towns and cities I've ever read about in a book. See what the author saw.
You're brave to travel alone! I'm the type that would prefer companionship.
I traveled alone to the Philippines. It was scary on the journey, especially as I was going to meet a woman I'd only known through chatting on the internet. But 18 months later, I'm still here and we are still together. Now I don't want to go home, except maybe to visit.

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Post by Amagine » 07 Sep 2017, 03:04

Donald A Axon wrote:My dream trip is not really to a place! I'm an avid formula one racing fan. My dream trip would be to travel to where the first race is going to be held, about a week before the race. Do normal touristy stuff, then go to all the practice sessions, qualifying and then the race.

A few days later mover on to where the next race is going to be, and repeat the scenario over and over until I have seen all the races. This would be a holiday of about 9 months visiting over 20 countries.

One day I'll do it.

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shish_by_design wrote:Travelling all around the world, especially Europe. I'd go alone, cause i'd be comfortable that way. I'd visit all the places, towns and cities I've ever read about in a book. See what the author saw.
You're brave to travel alone! I'm the type that would prefer companionship.
I traveled alone to the Philippines. It was scary on the journey, especially as I was going to meet a woman I'd only known through chatting on the internet. But 18 months later, I'm still here and we are still together. Now I don't want to go home, except maybe to visit.
I guess traveling alone isn't so bad if you plan on meeting up with someone. I think I would still be a little intimidated though.
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Post by CatInTheHat » 07 Sep 2017, 09:04

I've already been to a few different countries in the Caribbean. I would love to see more of the U.S., especially the Northwest as I haven't spent time there yet. But really, I'd love to spend a couple of months in Europe. All of this would be with my husband. If my kids are available, that'd be great too.
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Post by Amagine » 07 Sep 2017, 12:48

CatInTheHat wrote:I've already been to a few different countries in the Caribbean. I would love to see more of the U.S., especially the Northwest as I haven't spent time there yet. But really, I'd love to spend a couple of months in Europe. All of this would be with my husband. If my kids are available, that'd be great too.
The Caribbean sounds quite nice. I would love to travel there as well.
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Post by Shrebarsa » 09 Sep 2017, 01:40

I have a dream of world tour and I really want to visit all the places of this world.

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Post by Amagine » 10 Sep 2017, 07:10

Shrebarsa wrote:I have a dream of world tour and I really want to visit all the places of this world.
Now that sounds like an adventure!
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Post by charlesjr2 » 12 Sep 2017, 00:03

I want to go to Dubai and see all the wonders it has.

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Post by hebcandle » 26 Sep 2017, 16:39

My dream trip is to go to New Zealand; I've wanted to go for decades. They have volcanoes, lakes, mountains ranges,forests, and glaciers. I love the outdoors and the different landscapes are near to each other. I want to simply enjoy the beauty.

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