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if you could go anywhere in the world for a holiday, regardless of price, where would you go?

Let's have some fun with this - If you could go ANYWHERE in the world for a holiday, regardless of price, where would you go and why?
Pretend you've just won the lottery! Is it warm, cold, scenic or relaxing?

Last reply: 16th Nov 2017 / 774 replies / Post by Rainbow

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codge

Posted by: codge
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through Yosemite etc, through Death Valley,on to Las Vegas then down to Palm Springs,San Diego and back to LA. Oh wait, I did that last year. Oh well, I'd do it again in a heart beat. It's got it all - scenery, great people,great biking weather and roads. Sublime. Reply

wrighty

Posted by: wrighty
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

wrighty says: yeah sounds great include sturgis in that and sounds even better. Reply

Harley man

Posted by: Harley man
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

Harley man says: You missed the most important thing if you are going to US and taking a H-D ride. You must go to the home of the Milwaukee Vibrater itself and ramble through the Museum. Reply

keith

Posted by: keith
Posted: 11th Jan 2016

Harley man says: You missed the most important thing if you are going to US and taking a H-D ride. You must go to the home of the Milwaukee Vibrater itself and ramble through the Museum.

keith says: Harley man says: You missed the most important thing if you are going to US and taking a H-D ride. You must go to the home of the disneyland Reply

mamaamy

Posted by: mamaamy
Posted: 27th Jul 2011

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

mamaamy says: Sounds like you have a real love of your own country.
Good on you appreciate your own country before it is lost. Everything changes so fast what was there yesterday has been replaced by buildings and /or roads. Reply

Freedomy

Posted by: Freedomy
Posted: 14th Dec 2014

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

Freedomy says: Codge have you seen that movie where three oldies take their Harley Davidson's on a trip through America? I wonder if that is what guys do with bikes or you saw the movie. Go where the road flows hey. Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 10th Mar 2015

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

daisy says: did you have agood time and how long did you go for pleased you had anice holiday Reply

JustJennie

Posted by: JustJennie
Posted: 26th Apr 2015

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

JustJennie says: Codge I would do something very similar

I would get myself a mobile home, hitch a trailer to it put a small off road 4 X 4 on the trailer and head off all around Australia. I would first go to the Grampians, spend a week or so looking around, From there check out the snow fields Mt Buller then move into NSW , so much to see and go spend 2 weeks in Sydney soaking up the fine culture available in this beautiful city, with its gorgeous harbour. After that I would just drive to where ever my heart desired going North towards the top end of Australia, Kakadu, the Daintree tropical rain forest my friends would not see me for a year. What a way to go, you have all the comforts of home in the mobile home and then when you want to go sight seeing un hitch the 4 X 4 and off you go, seeing all the local sights and enjoying the different cultures this BIG WIDE land has to offer ....oh what a way to spend a year imagine all the memories you would make.
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Sjc

Posted by: Sjc
Posted: 13th Aug 2015

JustJennie says: Codge I would do something very similar

I would get myself a mobile home, hitch a trailer to it put a small off road 4 X 4 on the trailer and head off all around Australia. I would first...

Sjc says: That sounds amazing, I recently did a road trip with my family starting in Townsville, QLD. We traveled south to Gympie, spent some time around Gracemere area. Eventually we went west and ending up spending a week on a cattle station helping out with checking fences, feeding cattle and just exploring the place. Going around by road to small towns is the best way to travel Australia, it's a great chance to meet some true Aussie characters. Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 8th Dec 2015

Sjc says: That sounds amazing, I recently did a road trip with my family starting in Townsville, QLD. We traveled south to Gympie, spent some time around Gracemere area. Eventually we went west and ending up...

daisy says: that would have been fun on the farmand touring and looking around half your luck nice if you have the money to go on these holidays and least if you take photos you will know where you have been Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 8th Dec 2015

Sjc says: That sounds amazing, I recently did a road trip with my family starting in Townsville, QLD. We traveled south to Gympie, spent some time around Gracemere area. Eventually we went west and ending up...

daisy says: that would have been fun on the farmand touring and looking around half your luck nice if you have the money to go on these holidays and least if you take photos you will know where you have been Reply

keith

Posted by: keith
Posted: 11th Jan 2016

daisy says: that would have been fun on the farmand touring and looking around half your luck nice if you have the money to go on these holidays and least if you take photos you will know where you have been

keith says: That sounds amazing, I recently did a road trip with my family starting in Townsville, Reply

Aleck can

Posted by: Aleck can
Posted: 9th Jul 2015

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

Aleck can says: When u got to British Columbia, I automaticly said to myself you've been on that rout b4 Reply

Aleck can

Posted by: Aleck can
Posted: 9th Jul 2015

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

Aleck can says: When u got to British Columbia, I automaticly said to myself you've been on that rout b4 Reply

Luma

Posted by: Luma
Posted: 14th Sep 2015

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

Luma says: agreeed!!! Reply

jacko

Posted by: jacko
Posted: 30th May 2016

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

jacko says: I would love to travel to the seychelles , beautiful and fantastic weather all year round Reply

lonestar

Posted by: lonestar
Posted: 27th Jul 2016

jacko says: I would love to travel to the seychelles , beautiful and fantastic weather all year round

lonestar says: that's me also.. ideally should plan ahead probably next year how about you jacko. Reply

Reeeahhxo

Posted by: Reeeahhxo
Posted: 12th Aug 2016

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

Reeeahhxo says: That sounds amazing , however I would love to go somewhere tropical and just enjoy Mother Nature in its beauty Reply

AaaTtt

Posted by: AaaTtt
Posted: 28th Jun 2017

codge says: Harley Davidson. California,leave LA and head north on coastal Highway 1 through San Francisco, up into Oregon and keep going until I got to British Columbia. Then back down to Lake Tahoe,through...

AaaTtt says: China! Reply

Liz

Posted by: Liz
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was there during both summer and winter and just adored it. If I could I would live there.

Liz Williams Reply

Marisela

Posted by: Marisela
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

Marisela says: i'd love to go to canada, wonderful skiing, great shopping and beautiful vistas in the summer Reply

jaecam04

Posted by: jaecam04
Posted: 19th Aug 2014

Marisela says: i'd love to go to canada, wonderful skiing, great shopping and beautiful vistas in the summer

jaecam04 says: Africa, I'd love to go to Africa, the animals and the history!! Reply

Lily11

Posted by: Lily11
Posted: 10th Apr 2015

Marisela says: i'd love to go to canada, wonderful skiing, great shopping and beautiful vistas in the summer

Lily11 says: I would love to visit to Canada as well, It would be beautiful in summer time and in winter time also another beautiful scene can be seen, staying at gorgeous hotel in ski resort and feel ultimate ever lasting dream just come true. Reply

Bellxchat

Posted by: Bellxchat
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

Bellxchat says: I watched the series "Anne of Green Gables" a while back, and have wanted to visit Prince Edward Island ever since. Reply

Inez6306

Posted by: Inez6306
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Bellxchat says: I watched the series "Anne of Green Gables" a while back, and have wanted to visit Prince Edward Island ever since.

Inez6306 says: I lived in PEI until age 10, then back every 2-3 years. If you love 'Anne" then you need to go to Cavendish...and yes, it IS that beaitiful. White sands is where they did most of the filming for the series. Don't miss out on lobster suppers, and while on the east coast, try a tour through NS and NB. the Cabot Trail is an adventure in driving! Reply

keith

Posted by: keith
Posted: 11th Jan 2016

Bellxchat says: I watched the series "Anne of Green Gables" a while back, and have wanted to visit Prince Edward Island ever since.

keith says: Canada is one of my to visit places Reply

keith

Posted by: keith
Posted: 11th Jan 2016

Bellxchat says: I watched the series "Anne of Green Gables" a while back, and have wanted to visit Prince Edward Island ever since.

keith says: I would do something very similar Reply

mel

Posted by: mel
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

mel says: Canada is defiantly one of my to visit places. Id love to go there in the winter and see all the snow and mountains, the scenery sounds amazing Reply

adb99

Posted by: adb99
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

adb99 says: Yes - Canada is very beautiful - I have only been in Winter but the skiing is awesome & the people are so friendly & welcoming. It has some of the best skiing in the world. Especially at Big White, Silver Star, Sunshine Village & Sun Peaks. One day I would love to spend a year there & enjoy their mountains in both summer & winter. They say the trekking is just incredible in the summer. Reply

tibi

Posted by: tibi
Posted: 26th Apr 2015

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

tibi says: I was born in Hungary,come to AUSTRALIA in 1956,but I alway want to see CANADA,Travel the wild country side and fish great rivers and then Spend more time in California as I only been in Orlando some 20 years ago. Reply

morph42

Posted by: morph42
Posted: 27th Apr 2015

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

morph42 says: hi liz my name is peter just woundering where do like to travel
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FireFly

Posted by: FireFly
Posted: 19th Jun 2015

morph42 says: hi liz my name is peter just woundering where do like to travel

FireFly says: I live in Cairns, Qld., and although it would be wonderful to travel the world, I would rather explore the many unique areas of my own back yard ( the Rainforest ) and the Great Barrier Reef at my front door and many other beautiful places that I still haven't explored fully. Reply

morph42

Posted by: morph42
Posted: 27th Apr 2015

Liz says: I lived in Canada for 2 years and went back again about 6 years ago - one of the loveliest places I could ever wish to go. Have some lovely friends and a girl friend who lives in Vancouver. I was...

morph42 says: hi liz my name is peter just woundering where do like to travel
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coversharvey

Posted by: coversharvey
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

coversharvey says: I would go on the Queen Mary 2 for 10 round the world trips over 5 years. Never leaving the ship permanently for those 5 years Reply

Captured

Posted by: Captured
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

coversharvey says: I would go on the Queen Mary 2 for 10 round the world trips over 5 years. Never leaving the ship permanently for those 5 years

Captured says: That sounds wonderful coversharvey. Reply

ceanna jane

Posted by: ceanna jane
Posted: 10th May 2015

Captured says: That sounds wonderful coversharvey.

ceanna jane says: I would have to say europe.Only because Spain,Italy,Rome everything you could want out of a holiday is in country.it's got landmarks everywhere and the food is amazing.I love a good Italian cooked meal.what better place than Italy.Rome, I would love to witness the great cathedrals and all the old structures.I would love to go to Spain and watch the Spanish bull rides and witness something mg great. Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 24th May 2013

coversharvey says: I would go on the Queen Mary 2 for 10 round the world trips over 5 years. Never leaving the ship permanently for those 5 years

PGS says: 5 years on a boat? Thanks, but no. 3 days was more than long enough.
By the end of the 2nd week I'd chewed my legs off to alleviate the boredom. Reply

Gooner

Posted by: Gooner
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Gooner says: Definitely it will be Our Moon. I always dream of walking there and even have a BBQ there (that's what I was dreaming when I was a lot younger). But seriously just walking there, sitting down on a big moon rock and enjoy the view of our beautiful blue planet. Tell you what, that feeling and sensation are absolutely once in a lifetime experience. Nothing can beat that. Reply

kelcmini

Posted by: kelcmini
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

kelcmini says: I would buy the best most luxurious cabin/suite I could on the worlds largest cruise ship and just travel the world from one port to the next Reply

Bellxchat

Posted by: Bellxchat
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

kelcmini says: I would buy the best most luxurious cabin/suite I could on the worlds largest cruise ship and just travel the world from one port to the next

Bellxchat says: If you need a room-mate, or a porter, I'm your (wo)man! Reply

Ziah

Posted by: Ziah
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Ziah says: Drive Route 66 in an open-top car, then across to Niagara Falls, then onto a train and across Canada, stopping for a few days at major spots on the way, then down the West Coast through Seattle, San Francisco and to LA. Nip down to San Diego to the Zoo and Seaworld (return visit), back up to Universal Studios for a few days and finishing up with a week at the Disneyland Resort. And if time and money were no object, we'd then fly over to the UK and tour Scotland and England, nip over to Ireland and then finish up in France and Spain for a couple of weeks... Reply

carolinekate

Posted by: carolinekate
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

carolinekate says: It would be a toss-up btwn Africa & Alaska. Both destinations have incredible wildlife & wilderness areas that I'd love to experience, especially doing it all at top dollar, sparing no expense. Reply

Peggy

Posted by: Peggy
Posted: 14th Jun 2013

carolinekate says: It would be a toss-up btwn Africa & Alaska. Both destinations have incredible wildlife & wilderness areas that I'd love to experience, especially doing it all at top dollar, sparing no expense.

Peggy says: Definitely Africa for me! I think it would be fabulous to do a luxury safari on the Serengeti! Reply

maddytoll

Posted by: maddytoll
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

maddytoll says: Off to Switzerland by air and thence to Murren by funicular, travelling scarily up the side of the monstrously steep mountain, above the clouds and the closest place to heaven, would be an absolute dream of a holiday. Relax, envelopped in fog, hear the cow bells tinkle, sit in front of the log fire enjoying a drink or reading a book and enjoy dinner looking down into the valley of Lauterbrunnen.
Wow! Reply

Hartmut

Posted by: Hartmut
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Hartmut says: Hi Rainbow,
All the lovely things you mentioned in your newsletter about Italy, apply to Australia as well. Of course, it is human nature that the grass seems always greener on the other side of the world, and we do get jaded and take our own blessings for granted.
That said, I would go to marvel at the wonders of ancient Egypt.
Cheerio, Hartmut Reply

Hillicent

Posted by: Hillicent
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Hillicent says: i was tossing up between people and places, and here's my solution: a bit of both! i'd buy a very classy yacht and travel the world with friends, visiting others along the way. might take 3 years or so. now i'm enjoying imagining the yacht ... Reply

nennerb

Posted by: nennerb
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

nennerb says: hello NECKER ISLAND owned by sir richard branston
it is amazing cant think of anything else that comes close Reply

Jezemeg8

Posted by: Jezemeg8
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Jezemeg8 says: I'd go to the most isolated, natural environment I could reach (it wouldn't matter if the last 100kms had to be covered on foot), pitch my tent and enjoy God's creation. I could live like that, without modern appliances, electricity or other utilities forever. Reply

cocka2clarks

Posted by: cocka2clarks
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

cocka2clarks says: Firstly, definitely seats at the front of the plane, then Canada and Alaska before a winabago trip all around the USA, like Australia, so much to see and do. Would take a lottery win to do and I doubt there would be anything left when we returned. Reply

maddytoll

Posted by: maddytoll
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

maddytoll says: Reply

NSWMoke

Posted by: NSWMoke
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

NSWMoke says: It's a constant shuttle between Caesar's Palace in Las Vegas & Hilton Lagoon Penthouse in Waikiki til death do us part! Because after 6 years in Europe, 3 years in Texas, 18 months in Tacoma, 11 years in Australia, about a month in NYC, 17 years in Illinois & 22 years in Hawaii, we know what's what, & what's not & perhaps Paris could join us for a Long Island icetea & that's HOT!! Reply

graeme

Posted by: graeme
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

graeme says: If I could go anywhere,. I would go to France to pay my respect to all our soldiers who were killed, or died during World War One.
My grandfather lost his brother in France, and his body has not been recovered.
His name is recorded as being on the Memorial at Villers-Bretonneux. Reply

raili

Posted by: raili
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

raili says: I would like to go for cruising the world and having stopovers in different places. Also I would like to visit my relatives in Finland. I would like to see white Christmas again because I miss snow!! Reply

Tiddler

Posted by: Tiddler
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Tiddler says: I would love to go to England again to meet my daughter in law and 2 grandchildren. I would also like to meet my neice in law too. The only thing that is holding me back is an absolute fear of flying again. I went home nearly 20 years ago and we had trouble on the plane. How I got back on to come home again I will never know.

I don't play lotto so I guess I will just have to dream. Reply

Lynzia

Posted by: Lynzia
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Lynzia says: I would go through Europe on the Orient Express in December. I have always wanted a white Christmas and Birthday. I would begin by spending a month touring around France with a least 1 week in Paris. Reply

legs

Posted by: legs
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

legs says: i would travel to WA by train platinum class with my wife and spend a week in margaret river and then travel to Broomeand do some fishing then back to NSW again by train .a great holiday Reply

wrighty

Posted by: wrighty
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

legs says: i would travel to WA by train platinum class with my wife and spend a week in margaret river and then travel to Broomeand do some fishing then back to NSW again by train .a great holiday

wrighty says: yeah thats a good holidayn we did it before we had kids and was a great break. perth is such a nice city well planned , clean and lots of tours to do. Reply

dor123

Posted by: dor123
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

dor123 says: Ok here i go..
I ever won the lottery, something i don’t play anymore, heh but if i won, I’d go to Florence & Milano Italy catch up with my relos that live there, as I have never been there myself as i was born here in Au.
Then on the way back home, my last mission would be to go to Disneyland and Hollywood Universal studios in the US. Something I always wanted to do since i was a kid but it never happen as times are tough and its only been a fantasy with me.
But yea that’s what id defiantly do if i won a lottery!

Signing off.
Dorian... :-)
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cairnsbase7386

Posted by: cairnsbase7386
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

cairnsbase7386 says: I would definately take my family to Disneyland in America. I have always wanted to go there. The only thing is i am scared of planes. Petrified actually.
Maybe i could settle for Luna Park if i can't manage to bite the bullet and catch a plane ! Reply

wrighty

Posted by: wrighty
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

wrighty says: i've always wanted to go on a round the world cruise i priced it a while ago and it's about 25,000 dollars in the mean time my in - laws are on the same cruise at the moment and enjoying every minute of it. good on em!! and i would'nt go princess line i'd go royal caribean or one more upmarket hang the expence.lol Reply

dougo

Posted by: dougo
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

dougo says: Definitely Europe and I would have trouble chosing between Paris and Venice ... but I think Venice would win out.

Venice is so unique and different to anything we have here in Australia. No other city in the world comes close to it.

Sure there other cities that label themselves "Venice of the East" or "Venice of the South Pacific" but they are missing the essence of Venice - the passion and soul which fills and overflows to every part of Venice.

Around every corner is revealed something new, exciting, different and surprising all at once !! The buildings are ancient and some are in ruins but that is the joy of it all.

Definitely a place not to be missed !!!
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annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

annie says: I believe Italy is a lovely place havent ever been there but if I won the lottery or had the chance to travel anywhere regardless of price I would love to travel around australia.Australia has some beautiful beaches,towns,wineries and they would be great to travel to Reply

Rachel

Posted by: Rachel
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Rachel says: I'd be off to the UK and Greece. My family are from England and Ireland and my husbands family from Greece. My husband was born in Greece but came out to Austalia when he was 2 years old and has never been back! (he is now 48) As for me I have never been out of Australia (Tasmania would be overseas to me if I could get there one day!) so it would be a great life experience and we would both meet face to face family we have never seen or met before! Reply

hubbu

Posted by: hubbu
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

hubbu says: I would love to go around europe, i think the sites there are amazing and look at different cultures. Oh yes if i had won the lotterey i would love to go to vegas Reply

drmeagle

Posted by: drmeagle
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

drmeagle says: I would want to spend a year following the summer on an opulent cruise liner. soaking in the sights of the whole world one port at a time in the most glorious season of the year. Reply

ellie78

Posted by: ellie78
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

ellie78 says: would have to travel to Dublin, Ireland over Halloween, experience the massive decorations, costumes and thousand of excited children trick or treating through the cobblestone streets of this beautiful country Reply

shelley76

Posted by: shelley76
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

shelley76 says: my brother 5 and my dad died in a car accident when i was 10 which i was in too. i have since moved states. (australia) nsw to qld and havent been back for over 20 years, i would really love to take my family there to see dad and ians grave and everyone needs a holiday no matter where you go Reply

Bellxchat

Posted by: Bellxchat
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

shelley76 says: my brother 5 and my dad died in a car accident when i was 10 which i was in too. i have since moved states. (australia) nsw to qld and havent been back for over 20 years, i would really love to...

Bellxchat says: Your words and sentiments really touched me. I hope the dream you have comes to pass: both a holiday and a rememberance. Reply

kess

Posted by: kess
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

kess says: Its Vancouver for me - IF I could fly Business Class (Oh! to win the Lottery!!!)
Hear its the most wonderful friendly city with lovely gardens, great cafes and above all our dear friends emigrated there a few years ago and we would love to catch up Reply

Corinne

Posted by: Corinne
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Corinne says: Definitely South America! It will be hot and cold - depending on location! I would go to Machu Picchu - for the history, and the scenery, go to thew Amazon river, Rio de Janeiro and get a boat to Antarctica. Wow! Reply

kiwinutter

Posted by: kiwinutter
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

kiwinutter says: I'd take all the kids and go to Africa. Then they would see that we weren't joking about what some people have to live on! I'd also make sure we saw lots of wildlife.
Good job dreams are free! :P Reply

Bellxchat

Posted by: Bellxchat
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Bellxchat says: Where, indeed! First, a "health spa" holiday for me and a few close girlfriends. Secondly, a gourmet walking tour (of anywhere beautiful, that has wonderful food: think Italy, France, Spain, etc): walking to enjoy the sights, and building up an appetite for the eats at the end of the day. Thirdly, Las Vegas! Just for the sheer indulgence of it all. Fourth...oh, yes, one only, wasn't it?! Reply

Miss Prim

Posted by: Miss Prim
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Miss Prim says: As I have always wanted to go to Canada I would travel in style and ride on the great railway through the Rocky mountains of Canada. The scenery I have seen on tv, the Internet and from photographs is just absolutely breathtaking. My reason for going to Canada would be to meet my email pal and get to know her better. It would be great for her to be my guide in her beautiful country. Of course the weather would be just right when I go there so I could enjoy myself and the scenery would be spectacular. Reply

rachna

Posted by: rachna
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

rachna says: Well,if you say I have won a lottery then i will do a world tour.I love people,new places and food.I would travel the world to learn new things and cultures.On top of all I love beaches.I would visit most of the top beaches,like mexico,bali,hawaii and the list goes on.I would book a first class flight and be on my way to the world.And not forgetting the most popular disney world..Oh!!!,I love cartoons so much.. Reply

wowi

Posted by: wowi
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

wowi says: I would go to the Northern Territory Australia because i am seriously ill and before anything happens i would love to see all of what the Northern Territory has to offer. It is one of the places on my bucket list as well as Tasmania. Reply

sikchic

Posted by: sikchic
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

sikchic says: I'd have to say Italy, my parents are Italian so of course would love to return to see my family and my cousins. Would love to travel around and see more of the beautiful country. Mums side is from Sicily and Dads from Tuscany, Tuscany is beautiful and natural. Always wanted to ride a vespa too and now Im older i can.
I'd love to go in the warmer months so I could kick back and relax ! Reply

giznjack

Posted by: giznjack
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

giznjack says: I would do a combination of a Captain's Choice private charter tour, and a Round the World Cruise. I would do the plane charter first, adventuring to the hard to reach places of interest, then relax and unwind on the cruise, visiting all the georgeous ports of call I can on a world cruise. I would take six months to enjoy my world expedition. Reply

none

Posted by: none
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

none says: I would really love to go on a Rhine River cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam because I think it would be a lovely way to see Europe, relaxing and no packing and unpacking.
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mauvehaze

Posted by: mauvehaze
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

none says: I would really love to go on a Rhine River cruise from Budapest to Amsterdam because I think it would be a lovely way to see Europe, relaxing and no packing and unpacking.

mauvehaze says: I think the same too. No unpacking or packing:
I would go cruising the Danube and the Rhine visiting Nuremberg, Budapest, Hungary, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Austria, Slovakia.
Visiting Regensburg, Germany and the restaurant Alte Wurstküche for a beer and bratwurst and afterwards visit the cathedral to hear the “Regensburger Domspatzen,” a boys’ choir.
Stopping at Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and the setting for “The Sound of Music.”
Explore Passau, especially St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Vienna is a must on my trip, with horse-drawn carriages, historic palaces, wonderful architecture, Hundertwasserhaus, giant ferris wheel and the music of The Blue Danube.
Exploring Nuremberg, Bamberg, Würzburg, Wertheim, Miltenberg, Rüdesheim, Loreley, Koblenz, Bonn, Cologne, discovering for myself and experiencing their wines, food, music, castles, Abbies, bridges, architecture, history, museums, galleries, forests, mountains, birds, animals
Experiencing a series of 16 locks over a distance of more than 80K.
I'd visit every UNESCO World Heritage Site on this trip.
I'd hire one of these river cruise boats for a month or two, making my own itinerary to cover all I want to see with the freedom to stop wherever something caught my eye.
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cheekykris

Posted by: cheekykris
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

cheekykris says: All around the world, flying and crusing on ships. Reply

normarand

Posted by: normarand
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

normarand says: I'd go to the Shetland Isles, off the north coast of Scotland. I worked there a long time ago and just loved the serenity of the place. The people were so friendly and the scenery was awesome. It's definitely a place I'd like to revisit. Reply

dolores

Posted by: dolores
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

dolores says: I would go on a wonderful cruse with my partner around the world the QM2 has one that goes from South Hampton to South Hampton and stops at some wonderful places along the way. You would not have everything you need on board, your beds made, dinner every night, movies, enterntainment and then stops at some wonderful ports along the way. Making new friends and just relaxing. Reply

dolores

Posted by: dolores
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

dolores says: I would go on a wonderful cruse with my partner around the world the QM2 has one that goes from South Hampton to South Hampton and stops at some wonderful places along the way. You would not have everything you need on board, your beds made, dinner every night, movies, enterntainment and then stops at some wonderful ports along the way. Making new friends and just relaxing. Reply

wykesk67

Posted by: wykesk67
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

wykesk67 says: I would go to England, walk around the old Parish Churchyards, visit all of the cathedrals and monestaries, marvel at the beautiful architecture and wonder how these buildings can still be standing after 700 years. I would totally be in my element, apart from a keen interest in English history, I would fill in some gaps in my family tree. Reply

DonnaBurt

Posted by: DonnaBurt
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

DonnaBurt says: If I won the lottery tomorrow I would be straight onto the Qantas web site booking a trip for myself, my partner and our 4 children to Disney Land for a fun filled week of pure fun. then we would be off to Rochester, NY to visit with my pen-pal of 25 years. Stuff of pure day dreams!!! Reply

froggy56

Posted by: froggy56
Posted: 14th Aug 2017

DonnaBurt says: If I won the lottery tomorrow I would be straight onto the Qantas web site booking a trip for myself, my partner and our 4 children to Disney Land for a fun filled week of pure fun. then we would...

froggy56 says: Rochester, NY is where my wife is from! We've been married for 5 years, and she's been living in Australia for 4 of them.

She has so many relatives in Rochester that I joke with her that most of Rochester's population is related to her somehow - some 2 million people. I wonder if your pen-pal is one of her relatives … Reply

anntip

Posted by: anntip
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

anntip says: I would love to travel via first class train across China, Central Asia, Russia and then on to Europe then, fly across the globe to South Africa to the safari, hop on a luxury cruise across the Atlantic ocean to the Carribeans and then cross over to USA and Canada by train. Reply

bernmar

Posted by: bernmar
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

bernmar says: I would travel by cruise ship from anywhere in Australia to USA - visit friends in California. By rail up the west coast to Canada - by train through the Rockies and then a cruise up to Alaska. Fly to East Coast and visit friends on east coast of US. By train to midwest US to catch up with more friends. I would combine the different travels , different climates and socialising. Reply

Lorraine

Posted by: Lorraine
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Lorraine says: Can I pick a few places first would be Cananda, then do the cruise up to Alaska then to thaw out fly from there to Tahiti, and Hawaii. Then chill in Switzerland then tour around Europe. Wait a minute, I want to see nearly everywhere because I am someone that's been no where. Reply

Dallas

Posted by: Dallas
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Dallas says: I would love to go to Paris at Christmas, they say that is is beautiful. I woudl stay in a five star hotel in the presidential suite and have a ball shopping in the womans designer shops, of course I would be chauffer driven..... . After a couple of weeks I would be getting bored and have no room left in the suitcases, so i would have to buy more suitcases or get the hotel staff to organise sending things home.When I leave Paris I would go to Hawai in a private jet.again staying in the best hotel and enjoy all the luxuries that come with it. I suppose I would then need to visit family.... Wouldn't it be lovely... Reply

Dallas

Posted by: Dallas
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Dallas says: I would love to go to Paris at Christmas, they say that is is beautiful. I woudl stay in a five star hotel in the presidential suite and have a ball shopping in the womans designer shops, of course I would be chauffer driven..... . After a couple of weeks I would be getting bored and have no room left in the suitcases, so i would have to buy more suitcases or get the hotel staff to organise sending things home.When I leave Paris I would go to Hawai in a private jet.again staying in the best hotel and enjoy all the luxuries that come with it. I suppose I would then need to visit family.... Wouldn't it be lovely... Reply

natalkarusnz

Posted by: natalkarusnz
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

natalkarusnz says: France, Paris and other beautiful cities and Venice Reply

natalkarusnz

Posted by: natalkarusnz
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

natalkarusnz says: France, Paris and other beautiful cities and Venice. they are just amazingly beautiful and extraordinary, must see.they are unique in their own ways and you cannot get such a feeling anywhere else Reply

deb

Posted by: deb
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

deb says: hawaii to look old school friends and see all my old haunts and
what has changed Reply

Gerry

Posted by: Gerry
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Gerry says: Somewhere in Asia as I love real Asian foods and shopping too. Nice beaches and cheap foods. Reply

Gordo

Posted by: Gordo
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Gordo says: In keeping with your thoughts........ Three six month Railpasses for two. One for the US, One for Canada & One Europe. Heaven on earth. Reply

Alan

Posted by: Alan
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Alan says: France and norway Reply

hellanol

Posted by: hellanol
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

hellanol says: I came to Australia age 12 from England, I would love to spend a years in the Uk and see all the places I never did when I lived there. Especially Wales. My parents were welsh and I have vague memories from a visit at age three. I am desperate to experience all four seasons again. Reply

Arrochoyle

Posted by: Arrochoyle
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Arrochoyle says: For me it is the Western and Northern coasts of Scotland- cold, wet and windy, often, but very beautiful. and then out to the Northern Isles of Orkney and Shetland- not to be recommended in Winter!! but then it is also very beautiful in the snow. I dream of this from NZ. Reply

Lukey23

Posted by: Lukey23
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Lukey23 says: i would go to Brazil and enjoy the chilled life style and finally get to see with my own eyes how they have carnival. cause really the brazillians know how to party if their parties go straight to the news right ? Reply

Lelanie

Posted by: Lelanie
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Lelanie says: Antarctica or the poles. The unknown - to be away from it all and be back in God's creation Reply

Sunny

Posted by: Sunny
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Sunny says: I would love to go to Paris with my wife, romantic and great architecture! Reply

Jude

Posted by: Jude
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Jude says: Around the South Pacific- its warm,safe and I love snorkeling around coral reefs. There are no terrorist, the people on a whole are friendly and it doesn't cost an arm and a leg. Reply

Baden

Posted by: Baden
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Baden says: To Egypt and look at the times past. Have been even more inspired by the Tutankhamen exhibition. A great exhib and well curated - no puching crowds! Reply

Marivig

Posted by: Marivig
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Marivig says: There are so many places in the world I would love to visit, it is too hard to pick one! So if money was not a problem I would travel around the world and spend time enjoying different cultures, I would also visit all the animal rescue projects, around the globe and spend time helping, if I had lots of money, I would leave a large donation. Animals do not have a voice and need us to speak for them.

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brijaq

Posted by: brijaq
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

brijaq says: I'd like to go to the Casbah of Morocco and experience all the magic and mystery of the old Arab world. To wander round all those narrow lanes and alleyways, festooned with exotic silken materials, pottery, jewellery and food. Especially the food - some of the finest in the world, just waiting to be enjoyed, in atmosphere heavy with incense. Then off into the surrounding desert, hot as a frying pan in the blazing tropic tropic sun, with dunes spreading off into infinity all around you while you sit astride your camel. Then back to one of the many absolutely luxurious hotels of the town to freshen up in a cool shower and spend the evening dining and gambling in the casino below. What a way to go!! Reply

Aileeseh

Posted by: Aileeseh
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

Aileeseh says: I would take a long cruise around the world, starting from the port of Fremantle in Western Australia. I need only pack once and the ship will take me around the world, stopping at all the big cities like Paris, London, New York, etc without me having to worry about booking for hotels. Everything is provided and I need only to lay back and start relaxing and enjoying the long leisurely trip to see the world! Reply

vanspike

Posted by: vanspike
Posted: 21st Jul 2011

vanspike says: I would love to go to the Amazon & help with the troubles over there where lifestyle & humanlife is being taken away, the environment being destroyed
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michb

Posted by: michb
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

michb says: I would love to visit The Netherlands, the homeland of my parents-in-law. The way they have described it over the past 30 years sounds just magical. A white Christmas - I cannot imagine it. Plus accommodation and tour guides would be cheap with all my husband's relatives over there! Reply

Caz

Posted by: Caz
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Caz says: I would go back to Bali, I love the lay back feeling the warm weather and the friendliness of the Balinese people, wander the streets of Bali and have a swim and enjoy the warmth and a bintang in the sun Reply

Kwilena

Posted by: Kwilena
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Kwilena says: Monkey Mia in Western Australia where the temperature is warmer, the endless beaches are endless, and the dolphins just beautiful Reply

JohnC

Posted by: JohnC
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

JohnC says: What an amazingly open question! Anywhere? Regardless of price? So difficult to choose, but I think Africa would win. Somewhere near the centre/west, the culture, the wildlife, all so different to what we have here. Then if there is any change left it would be for Antarctica, the last great wilderness left on earth. But wait... I would love to see the midnight sun, so Norway or Greenland would be in there on the list. "Regardless of price" is so inviting, On the way home I would like to visit some of the old European countries like Italy, Germany, France, Greece (if it isn't broke), Russia, to experience the culture, the food/wine/beer, the man-made and natural scenery.. Reply

Ritahayes

Posted by: Ritahayes
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Ritahayes says: For me Canada. Since, I haven't visit this place before and most of my friends have and says "it is a good vacation place to visit" lots of things to see and do my kind of place too. Reply

Annie

Posted by: Annie
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Annie says: I would go to Africa to one of the private game ranches on Sabi Sands where even the toilet has a wild outlook. The meals are all from the ranch and you meet some amazing people, even the games people are a different group as they know when to have fun and there is nothing better than n African sunset and sunrise, so your whole trip is a new party to the meaning of life. Reply

antp

Posted by: antp
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

antp says: I'd love to do a world cruise and see everywhere. There are so many wonderful places in the world and to just touch on them would be a memory of a lifetime. Reply

kathy77

Posted by: kathy77
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

kathy77 says: If I could go anywhere in the world it would be to Utah to be reunited with my family there as I have never been there till now and it would be wonderful to be able to meet relatives that I have never met with yet. Reply

Gaz

Posted by: Gaz
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Gaz says: I'd take a year off and explore the nooks and crannies of the wonderful country we already live in. Why go anywhere else when so many Kiwis would benefit from me spending the cash right here? Reply

Sambi2

Posted by: Sambi2
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Sambi2 says: Ii would have to be Spain, rent a villa in the summer in a little fishing village for a few months and then on to Africa to meet relatives and see the wildlife:)! Reply

ali

Posted by: ali
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

ali says: The greek Islands, I love greek mythology and the ancient building/ ruins of Greece..
Mostly the sea that surround Greece and beautiful scenery are to die for.
What appeals to me mostly are the warm, out-going people who at the centre of their universe is food and socializing. One day my husband and I will go there.
A place in the Sun wining and dining to greek music and soaking up the history and great stories of the philosophers of the great men of greece. Reply

mtbm

Posted by: mtbm
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mtbm says: My ancestry is Croatian, so I would love to go there. I know there are relations there, so I would love to catch up with them. I also enjoy cycling, so I would try and do some cycling in that country or over in Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands - take as long as I could and see as many of the little places, the real people as possible. Reply

mtbm

Posted by: mtbm
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mtbm says: My ancestry is Croatian, so I would love to go there. I know there are relations there, so I would love to catch up with them. I also enjoy cycling, so I would try and do some cycling in that country or over in Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands - take as long as I could and see as many of the little places, the real people as possible. Reply

mtbm

Posted by: mtbm
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mtbm says: My ancestry is Croatian, so I would love to go there. I know there are relations there, so I would love to catch up with them. I also enjoy cycling, so I would try and do some cycling in that country or over in Italy, France, Germany, Belgium, the Netherlands - take as long as I could and see as many of the little places, the real people as possible. Reply

Nikita10

Posted by: Nikita10
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Nikita10 says: Hiya

New York for sure!!!Central park to be specific......and the Dakota Building where John Lennon lived. (spot the HUGE Beatles fan)
and who wouldn't want to be picked up by the hussle and bussle of one of the busiest cities in the world???knowing that you can settle back to the relaxed lifestyle of Wellington/New Zealand on your return???
...just a dream at this stage..... Reply

wikwok

Posted by: wikwok
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

wikwok says: I would take my 2 young boys to the UK to see my parents and friends who I haven't seen since we left for NZ 10 years ago, then I would take a few weeks in USA doing all the sights, Disney Land, etc as I have always wanted to go there, then see Singapore before heading back to NZ, calling at the South Island on the way back and seeing the amazing sights down there. Reply

merlin2

Posted by: merlin2
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

merlin2 says: I'd like to go to Buenos Aires, then drive all the way to New York. This epic journey was first carried out in 1925 by Aimé Tschiffely, on two horses Mancha and Gato.

Although others have also completed the journey, my geography teacher followed Tschiffley's tracks in the 1960s in a Baby B Morris. He brought the little car to our school, where we rebuilt it. The trip has always amazed me and set a standard I've tried to follow. Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

bj says: I'd be off to Ireland, Scotland,Wales to see where there the old ancestors trod the earth. But I think I would pick a Summery time as I have heard Wales is COLD, but surely they have warm beds by now. Reply

punkin

Posted by: punkin
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

punkin says: Definitely a 2 week cruise around the Greek Islands and the Mediterranean. All meals cooked, no cleaning, total relaxation, wamth, water, and amazing scenery. Reply

sora

Posted by: sora
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

sora says: I would go to Singapole. I saw in TV places that are extremely unusual in Singapole, such as a mega-fast roller coaster or a outside swimming pool around the edge of a tall building like a sky tower...since I don't have to mind about the price, I would like to try everything unusual, including the food, drink, cloths, events, recreation etc. Reply

summernz

Posted by: summernz
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

summernz says: I would travel and enjoy a long stay in Gotland. an island in the baltic sea. amazing nature, especally fårö, a even smaller island up north at Gotland. and not forgetting the beautiful city of Visby is definitely worth a stroll.
I would write, eat, laugh, connect with people and enjoy being immersed in whatever each day offered . Reply

daisy

Posted by: daisy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

daisy says: I would take a few of my close friends and go on the Rhine cruise that they are advertising on TV or go on a round trip in Australia on the Ghan. Reply

Eyes

Posted by: Eyes
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Eyes says: I would holiday in Italy. My husband was born there and all his family is still there. He has returned a few times, but would like to return one more time. It wouldn't be an enjoyable holiday really, as his mother is 92, he's had 2 different cancers over the last 4 years. It would be a final farewell to his family. Reply

Harley man

Posted by: Harley man
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Harley man says: If I could go anywhere in the world regardless of price I would love to go to Sudan both North and South. I am involved with assisting African Refugees from South Sudan and would love to visit their world as it a wonderous place as seen through their eyes. I would like to have a couple of them show me around so I can see for my self all the things they miss about their country. Reply

Shortstuff

Posted by: Shortstuff
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Shortstuff says: I would like to go to Scotland,Ireland and Wales, also Japan AFTER seeing our beautiful Australia FIRST and thoroughly. Reply

mustang6000

Posted by: mustang6000
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mustang6000 says: Has to be a series of cruises, the best cabin of course, including the Inside Passage and Alaska, Antarctica, Around the World, the Mediterranean, and Caribbean. After that some of the great train journeys of the World. Reply

robow

Posted by: robow
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

robow says: I would like to go to UK Reply

bub

Posted by: bub
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

bub says: I would like to go for a Cruise around the world with my Husband Reply

Kaz

Posted by: Kaz
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Kaz says: I have always wanted to go to Canada,after reading and seeing numerous documentaries on T V. I love cold so I must be crazy. I coulnt think of anything more beautiful than taking a cruise past the glaziers before global warming takes its toll. Reply

glad

Posted by: glad
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

glad says: I would rent a villa in Tuscany in spring and use this as my base and then rent a car and travel all over Italy, Germany and all the neighbouring European Countries. When I get tired, home sick I would return to base and rest up and go to another country Reply

MacSas

Posted by: MacSas
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

MacSas says: CANADA!!!!. Would spend ALOT of time in Calgary, (maybe buy a ranch and move there permanent) take the train through the Rocky Mountains, whip through Toronto, take a quick look at Montreal, spend the weekend in Manitoba, sightsee in Sasketwan, and then spend a few months on the awesome Prince Edward Island...oh, and since my ancestors are from there I would probably spend a year or two in Nova Scottia. How could you get bored in a land as big and as beautiful as Canada? :) Reply

nightcarer

Posted by: nightcarer
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

nightcarer says: It would have to be Fiji for the sun, sand & sea or Whistler Canada for the skiing & Apres Ski!!!!! Reply

tippy

Posted by: tippy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

tippy says: I would go to Cyprus, my favourate island in the world and stay in a lovely villa by the sea with its own swimming pool. The food is fantastic and the locals very friendly. I have lived there before and love it. I would even consider buying a property to live there or rent out to allow other prople to enjoy Reply

Yankeedoodle

Posted by: Yankeedoodle
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Yankeedoodle says: Hi Rainbow,

I am an American living in Australia but if money wasn't an issue I would love to go back to the States and do an adventure I have always wanted to do. You have to be an outdoors person to do what I want. Pack up your tent with another person along with your canoe and head for the mouth of the mighty Mississippi river and treck to the Gulf of Mexico which is where it ends. I have done parts of it and it is magical and the Indians you meet along the way are some of the most fasinating people you will ever meet. There will be places along the trip where you will have to carry your canoe for a few miles as there is not enough water in the river to float through. I know that sound strange but it is true and then there are places where you think you are in a lake. Like I said you have to be adventureous and fit to do this trip. For those who do it the trip will live with you forever. Happy traveling! Reply

emu

Posted by: emu
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

emu says: I have a nephew living in Calgary Canada, I would like to visit him and his family and combine the trip with the Calgary Stampede, good enough for princes, good enough for me. Reply

Briggy

Posted by: Briggy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Briggy says: I'd go back to New York City and if money is no obstacle I'd stay in one of their flash hotels cos the last time I was there, I slept on the floor of a mate's tiny apartment.Check out the shows there, visit the museum and latest restaurants and night life. I'll travel up towards Albany New York, make a stop over by the Hamptons just to see how the rich live! I'll like to make a detour to Boston, Massachusetts too. Reply

PaulDW

Posted by: PaulDW
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

PaulDW says: Europe - take my partner over there to see the beautiful sightts and spend some time in the UK with my family who I haven't seen for ages. 3 months sounds good !! Reply

billyjd

Posted by: billyjd
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

billyjd says: Scotland....the home of golf. It would be all of those things, warm, cold, scenic, and relaxing. Reply

Bella

Posted by: Bella
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Bella says: My dream holiday would be to sail down the Nile River,visiting the sights of Ancient Egypt. Reply

3146bj

Posted by: 3146bj
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

3146bj says: Almost any rural village or hamlet in France. Enjoy the fabulous buildings, the sheer history of the place, the wonderful regional day-to-day food and drink (not the over-rated haute cuisine of Paris and major cities), and the friendliest, most helpful people you will ever meet. And when they find out you are from Australia, you become long lost family, even if you don't speak French or absolutely murder it in your attempts to talk to people. Reply

alpha07

Posted by: alpha07
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

alpha07 says: Europe! Particularly Spain. I wanted to trace my ancestors while having a relaxing time in Spain's excellent beaches. Reply

Caz

Posted by: Caz
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Caz says: I'd love to do the river cruise through Europe Enjoying it with a group of good friends. Good food and great wine! Reply

mauvehaze

Posted by: mauvehaze
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Caz says: I'd love to do the river cruise through Europe Enjoying it with a group of good friends. Good food and great wine!

mauvehaze says: I would go cruising the Danube and the Rhine visiting Nuremberg, Budapest, Hungary, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Austria, Slovakia.
Visiting Regensburg, Germany and the restaurant Alte Wurstküche for a beer and bratwurst and afterwards visit the cathedral to hear the “Regensburger Domspatzen,” a boys’ choir.
Stopping at Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and the setting for “The Sound of Music.”
Explore Passau, especially St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Vienna is a must on my trip, with horse-drawn carriages, historic palaces, wonderful architecture, Hundertwasserhaus, giant ferris wheel and the music of The Blue Danube.
Exploring Nuremberg, Bamberg, Würzburg, Wertheim, Miltenberg, Rüdesheim, Loreley, Koblenz, Bonn, Cologne, discovering for myself and experiencing their wines, food, music, castles, Abbies, bridges, architecture, history, museums, galleries, forests, mountains, birds, animals
Experiencing a series of 16 locks over a distance of more than 80K.
I'd visit every UNESCO World Heritage Site on this trip.
I'd hire one of these river cruise boats for a month or two, making my own itinerary to cover all I want to see with the freedom to stop wherever something caught my eye.
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lollylegs

Posted by: lollylegs
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

lollylegs says: I must admit it would be London - to stroll around the Historical monuments,. the art galleries, the theatres - with no thought of the cost - bliss! Reply

Lockhart

Posted by: Lockhart
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Lockhart says: My wife and I are in our 80s.
Firstly we would tour Australia to meet up with old friends and visit places of interest.
Then we would fly around the world visiting family and friends and finally take a cruise ship back home before we are too old to do it. Reply

MICHAEL

Posted by: MICHAEL
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

MICHAEL says: I have always been in awe of the Italian people and their culture, so I would like to visit Italy and have a good look at their country and experience the life style
Michael Reply

Kimbo

Posted by: Kimbo
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Kimbo says: Where would I like to go? How about a world travel log that goes to each country in the world by cruse ship to the best ports, ice breaker to the poles, float plane to some of the best water ways and lakes of the world, helicopter to the inaccessible, deep diving sub to the Titanic and undersea creatures that most will never see and A trip into space to see the world from the outer limits. Sounds like Richard Branson. It would be nice. Reply

Webbly

Posted by: Webbly
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Webbly says: Argentina, why? To Dance The Argentine TANGO... Reply

Beachluva

Posted by: Beachluva
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Beachluva says: I would love to take all my family back to Byron Bay, just to go down memory lane.It was an unreal place to bring up kids in the late70's early 80's. Reply

littletee

Posted by: littletee
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

littletee says: Without a doubt definately La Maddalena Islands off North Sardinia.

I've travelled all over Europe and those Islands without a doubt are the most spectacular I've seen anywhere in Europe/Meditteranean. Croatia is up there as well by the way, brilliant. Reply

Pammy67

Posted by: Pammy67
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Pammy67 says: It was 1 degree here in Adelaide this morning, so anywhere warmer than that would be great ! We did Phuket for our honeymoon, 17 years ago, and haven't been overseas since...so that would be a great, warm place to re-visit. Relaxing on the beach, beautiful scenery, great shopping - what else could one want? Reply

Yellow-sun

Posted by: Yellow-sun
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Yellow-sun says: I would take the kids to see Father Christmas in Lapland up in the Artic Circle. Go to a reindeer farm and see their wonderful way of living. Very relaxing. Spring time would be beautiful. Reply

13ceejay

Posted by: 13ceejay
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

13ceejay says: Canada with a drive along the Icefield Parkway from Banff to Jasper. Breath taking scenery! Reply

mauerw

Posted by: mauerw
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mauerw says: Regardless of price I would do a wonderful around the world tour leaving from New Zealand and to the next nearest desternation and so on and so on until I have circled the whole world returning to wonderful NZ. Reply

nina

Posted by: nina
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

nina says: I would travel the world & take my daughter so she can see that while Australia is our home imo the best country in the world(but we all say that don't we?)There are different people language's, food , customs it's a big wide world that should be explored. My parents have been all through Europe,med,Canada(which they have been several times)Egypt & Asia it would be great to see these countries. Reply

Fingerfood

Posted by: Fingerfood
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Fingerfood says: Bora Bora, Tahiti is my absolute dream holiday destination. I would drop everything on the spot to spend a week or two there, doing nothing but jumping in the crystal clear water from my bungalow. *dream* Reply

joybell72

Posted by: joybell72
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

joybell72 says: i would take my special needs boy to Auckland (new Zealand) for a 2 week hoilday doing a lot of shopping,sightseeing and having a good time and traveling alot up in the north island Reply

jules 1

Posted by: jules 1
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

jules 1 says: I would love to go back to Paris, it's such a lovely place, and so much to see there. It certainly has a 'charm' about it.! Reply

Magenta Bruine

Posted by: Magenta Bruine
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Magenta Bruine says: I would go to Bali and stay at the Grand Hyatt Resort in Nusa Dua. I was back there recently and it was as good as I remembered, even better.

My favourite feature there is a beautiful round pool with carved stone arches, amazing for a dip early in the morning. Reply

topendringer

Posted by: topendringer
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

topendringer says: Australia has it all. If cost was no object I'd get a great 4x4 vehicle and do the whole of Australia's remotest districts. Cape York, the Gulf country, Northern Territory, The Top end of Western Australia, the desert crossings from Central to Western Australia, Tasmania in different times of the year to experience its luscious friuts, and its breath-taking beauty. Reply

Cat

Posted by: Cat
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Cat says: Well it sounds a little greedy but a round the world ticket would enable us to see friends and family who are scattered in this great world of ours. Starting in Samoa ar another warm place would be fab to start with as it's 5 degrees today in Christchurch where I live! Cat Reply

nelly2

Posted by: nelly2
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

nelly2 says: ive got a phobia towards ,flying or going on ships ,so i wouldnt travel any where ,and i wouldnt go any where ,why would i we have a great country here in australia,safe and free ,we have a lot of scenic country side here to explore,im happy to stay put here and explore our beautiful land,it would be relaxing ,and i would be open eyed to all the places that i have never been to,australia is a great country. Reply

sonb4

Posted by: sonb4
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

sonb4 says: Edinburgh, Scotland. My friend decided to go there and work for a year and loved it so much that she is still there 10 years later. The stories she tells of all the things she sees and experiences in a normal working week are so interesting and being so close to other countries she's been able to travel to so many different countries. When she tells of 'just popping over to France for the weekend' it seems amazing for someone like me who lives in Perth. Reply

cuddles9me1

Posted by: cuddles9me1
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

cuddles9me1 says: have to be disneyland for the kids! Reply

Macca

Posted by: Macca
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Macca says: I would go to Hawaii - I've been wanting to go there for over 30 years and each time I look like going something happens to prevent it. I think I am destined never to go there. Reply

moonbear

Posted by: moonbear
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

moonbear says: Back to Ireland.Hiring a car & spending the days driving the narrow country lanes;stopping at all the castles along the way.
And of course the Guinness & Whisky distilleries as well.
Plenty of amazing attractions,including the people. Reply

Raksha

Posted by: Raksha
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Raksha says: I would tour the rivers of Europe on one of those luxury Boats that stop in town along the way. I would like to Fly to London, stay there for a few days then cross the chanel to France, leave from Paris and sail along the rivers and enjoy the relaxing experience. Reply

Mersie

Posted by: Mersie
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Mersie says: I have always wanted to go on a cruise, and the one place that stick out in my mind is FiJi, it always looks inviting and the people seem so nice also. Reply

ellyg

Posted by: ellyg
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

ellyg says: I would fly first class to Nice, Monte Carlo and cruise along the beach in a brand new black convertible ferrari staying at 5star hotels, swimming, suntanning, cafes, eating all day every day with the love of my life. I think 6 months of doing this is plenty to relax me up for the next 10years of my life! yeh bring it on. Reply

Teegs

Posted by: Teegs
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Teegs says: India! The food, the people, the scenery, the laidback approach to life. It's also cheap so luxury is affordable for all! Reply

owainjmorris

Posted by: owainjmorris
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

owainjmorris says: I would go to Argentina to finish collecting sets of toys and cards from there and visit the Toy Museum. Reply

flossie

Posted by: flossie
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

flossie says: South Africa see the wild animals then fly to Canada drive from Montreal to Vancover go on a cruise in the north west passage to see the wonderfull country,polar bears etc Reply

Freddy

Posted by: Freddy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Freddy says: It is only the cost that stops me taking my wife to the Galapagos Islands. She is recovering from cancer and loves aninmals and birds. The relaxing Galapgos has incredible and rare bird life and of course the rare and endangered turtle. After all that hard work checking out nature I would treat her to a stopover on the way home in exotic French Tahiti, in an over the water bungalow. The dream would be complete. Reply

geejay

Posted by: geejay
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

geejay says: I don't know why but I've always said if I win tatts I'll go and see Tuscany and also the Carnival in Rio Degenero! In whichever order the season and time of the win makes it a reality! Reply

jayelee

Posted by: jayelee
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

jayelee says: If I could go anywhere in the world, I would choose an AROUND THE WORLD CRUISING HOLIDAY, starting in Sydney, and going up the coast to Darwin, then onto Asia, through the canal and visiting cities in Europe, the to Great Britian, Ireland, Scotland, and visiting Canada, and American cities, then home via Hawaii and New Zealand, taking in excess of 100 days. Just unpacking once, having all meals ect ready for you, beds made, washing done, non stop entertainment, and really being spoilt.. THAT WOULD BE MY IDEAL HOLIDAY. Reply

suzieq

Posted by: suzieq
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

suzieq says: Canada Alaska we are going in September next its a holiday I have wanted to do for a long time now that my husband and I have retired we are now going yahoo! Reply

joan

Posted by: joan
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

joan says: I would do another round the world trip to include all UK, USA in particular, New York and Leavenworth Kansas. Maybe a few days in wonderful Singapore and a stop over so's my husband can see the Taj Mahal where is father served in the WW!!. Reply

ianhnz

Posted by: ianhnz
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

ianhnz says: I would love to take my wife back to where I was born. Swansea, South Wales. We have often talked about it and it's something I'd like to do, before I.... Reply

EileenW1

Posted by: EileenW1
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

EileenW1 says: The Cinque Terre region of Italy. I am from England but met my Aussie husband in Italy and we have only been back once in 40 years, now that we live in Australia. How beautiful this region is but we could not afford to stay there and sadly moved on after a few hours but I have longed to go back and stay there. Reply

Hummers

Posted by: Hummers
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Hummers says: Travelling Around Australia with a 4x4 with a caravan attached just were our car will take us to the outback to the gold coast to Tasmania, just site seeing the places I haven't seen around Australia as yet and then eventually sight seeing around the world. Reply

Lauri

Posted by: Lauri
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Lauri says: I'd travel to Las Vegas - via as many states as I could. Reason being, once you get to Vegas there is every City you can imagine (in miniature). It's such a fun place. Food and drinks are as plentiful, cheap and varied as the attractions. Climate is beautiful and the casual holiday atomosphere is perfect for the typical Aussie who loves the care free life style. Reply

spoof

Posted by: spoof
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

spoof says: I'd really like to go back to Blighty, England that is, only for a visit to see my 91 year old Father whom I haven't seen for 55 years. My Mother left him in 1956 and brought us two kids to Australia telling me he had died after he refused to follow and she refused to go back. Anyway 25 years ago I found out he was still alive and began phoning him. He is heavy hearted about not being a part of our lives and regrets the past. When I found out he was alive, I was raising my own family and have never had the money to travel since, as my Kidneys failed, then had a transplant, then back surgery, etc. and now I'm a bloody Service Pensioner at the age of 60 with only the pension to live on and little hope of ever meeting him before he leaves this world and that saddens me. Reply

chphilp

Posted by: chphilp
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

chphilp says: I'd go to France and Belgium, to see and experience where my grandfather was in WWI. I have his war diaries, and it would be amazing to actually walk where he did. He died when I was one, so I don't remember him at all. Then on the way back to NZ, I'd stop off for a few days relaxing in the sun in Samoa or Tonga - somewhere that's not all touristy. Reply

chphilp

Posted by: chphilp
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

chphilp says: I'd go to France and Belgium, to see and experience where my grandfather was in WWI. I have his war diaries, and it would be amazing to actually walk where he did. He died when I was one, so I don't remember him at all. Then on the way back to NZ, I'd stop off for a few days relaxing in the sun in Samoa or Tonga - somewhere that's not all touristy. Reply

grumpygran

Posted by: grumpygran
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

grumpygran says: I would probably go to Scotland ,England and Ireland.I have family in Scotland and would love to go and see where my Dad was born and grew up.Cananda is another place i would love to go to. I would also travel around Australia [where I live] and see this country.....maybe a cruise. Oh the list goes on.... Reply

Stit

Posted by: Stit
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Stit says: We would go to England and see my Pen Pals and my cousins, then we would go to the USA to see more pen pals and cousins andthen off to Japan to see my Pen Pal and maybe even to New Zealand to see more cousins! Of course we would also see Australia! Reply

strawbs

Posted by: strawbs
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

strawbs says: Anywhere where there are good museums. The Louvre, Smithsoeans, Victoria and Albert. My husband and i love museums and would love to tour the world going to them. Reply

blueyes

Posted by: blueyes
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

blueyes says: I would go to Europe: France, Spain, Italy, Romania, all the latin countries, because I love the food and the people are super friendly and full of life. I also like all the historical places and the nature is so wonderful too. Reply

de

Posted by: de
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

de says: i would go to egypt, so much culture, history, magical sense and sand :)
i would tour all the tombs and valley of kings, i would explore every inch of it!!
i would also purchase a golden necklace with my name like every person who goes to egypt can tell you about! Reply

Vickijoan

Posted by: Vickijoan
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Vickijoan says: I would love to go to France and tour the country side, exploring the country and staying in B&B's or quaint hotels or guest houses. To get the real feel of the French culture, exploring country markets, tasting fresh produce bought direct from the producer.

But after that I would love to spend some time in the lap of luxury staying in the best that Paris has to offer,being treated like royalty, minus the press that is. Reply

wendel

Posted by: wendel
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

wendel says: Why not travel the world? Then you can say you've been there, done that! Reply

lesley

Posted by: lesley
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

lesley says: You know if i could go any where it would be to WA Australia to visit my son and grandson that i have only met once while i was having Cancer operation in Sydney they flew over so i could meet him and he is 4 this year and only see him in photoes this is very sad and this may not be the most expencive place but to me it is a million dollars as being sick and not working it is so hard to save that is all thanks Lesley Reply

lonewolf 322

Posted by: lonewolf 322
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

lonewolf 322 says: I would love to go to the inner passage in Alaska and also travel the Rocky Mountaineer train, plus travel out into the winderness and hopefully see some wolves, I don't really like the cold but it would be worth it just to experience the sights and sounds. Reply

jgleed

Posted by: jgleed
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

jgleed says: Everywhere, does everywhere count?

Honestly if I'd won the lottery the job would get chucked, the bags packed and the first plane booked all within a few days of the cheque clearing. After that it would simply be a case of go, stay, see, experience, then on to the next to do the same. Rinse and repeat.

I think I could while away the next decade or so with that option. *sigh, oh well, back to work now* Reply

Rey

Posted by: Rey
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Rey says: hongkong, easy and cheap to shop, pamper yourself, live like a king and queen for a while and can eat anything exotic.... Reply

marty

Posted by: marty
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

marty says: There are two place's that i believe you would just love, first Ireland with it's many different shade's of green field's (paddock's) the history is everywhere you go & maybe start off in Dublin where some of the world's most famous Poet's came from & of course the famous Guinness, a tour of the factory is great & you can taste this wonderful drink. Travel through the Lake's of Killarney by byicle if you like then on to Waterford where the famous crystle is made then along the Cliff's of Mogher a wonderful sight. After this you can travel up to Galway where the famous wedding ring of true love was first made, it's called the Claddah Ring. You must not miss Northern Ireland like most people do due to fear of the trouble's but it's just as safe as Australia & it has some of the most beautiful place's to visit like the famous Gaint's Causeway & the Glen's of Antrim, you must also try the Ulster Fry a wonderful meal i am sure you will enjoy. The second place is Switzerland & there are so many wonderful places like Lake Lucern, Zurich & the famous Cog Railway plus their public transport is wonderful & you can ourchase a travel pass for your time there which can help with keeping the cost of travel down a bit. Sometime's the Swiss can be a bit arrogant until they get to know you but if you speake Swiss then you are better off. as i have ratteled on about Ireland so much i will leave you to dream about all the wonderful place's in Switzerland & how close you are to many other nice countrie's sourrounding it. Happy travelling. Reply

silv

Posted by: silv
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

silv says: I would love to take myself and kids to Italy and visit my parents' home town in Sicily (no I'm not from the Mafia). Only to allow them to see where their ancestors came from and experience the history,language, culture, people, meet relatives and most of all enjoy the food! Reply

Tropical

Posted by: Tropical
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Tropical says: I would go back to Moonhut Bungalows in Koh Samui, Thailand where it's around 30c everyday with the occasional thunderstorm. Everything is so cheap there plus the bungalows are right on the beach & basically you live in your bathers all day and there is oodles of fresh mango's, pineapples and bananas. Already been there twice this year and going back in September for another 4 weeks. Reply

Bren

Posted by: Bren
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Bren says: I would love to go on a tour of Turkey. I went to Istanbul once, for four days, but didn't get further afield - it was a wonderful city to visit though. Now I'd really like to go further, to Cappadoccia with all the "chimney houses", to the Biblical sites such as Ephesus, and finish back in Istanbul with a trip to the Grand Bazaar, and finally a boat trip on the Bosphorus. There's no harm in dreaming! Reply

Shieldsy16

Posted by: Shieldsy16
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Shieldsy16 says: I would travel across Europe on the Oriental Express first class of course, to Russia. Rail travel seems to be a relaxing way to see the passing countryside enjoying fine cuisine & wines Reply

mauvehaze

Posted by: mauvehaze
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mauvehaze says: I would go cruising the Danube and the Rhine visiting Nuremberg, Budapest, Hungary, Netherlands, Amsterdam, Austria, Slovakia.
Visiting Regensburg, Germany and the restaurant Alte Wurstküche for a beer and bratwurst and afterwards visit the cathedral to hear the “Regensburger Domspatzen,” a boys’ choir.
Stopping at Salzburg, birthplace of Mozart and the setting for “The Sound of Music.”
Explore Passau, especially St. Stephen’s Cathedral.
Vienna is a must on my trip, with horse-drawn carriages, historic palaces, wonderful architecture, Hundertwasserhaus, giant ferris wheel and the music of The Blue Danube.
Exploring Nuremberg, Bamberg, Würzburg, Wertheim, Miltenberg, Rüdesheim, Loreley, Koblenz, Bonn, Cologne, discovering for myself and experiencing their wines, food, music, castles, abbey's, bridges, architecture, history, museums, galleries, forests, mountains, birds, animals to name a few things I'd like to experience there.
Experiencing a series of 16 locks over a distance of more than 80K would be fun.
I'd visit every UNESCO World Heritage Site on this trip.
I'd hire one of these river cruise boats for a month or two (maybe for three months - as price isn't a problem), making my own itinerary to cover all I want to see with the freedom to stop wherever something catches my eye.
It would be warm, not hot; scenic and relaxing. Reply

Karsh

Posted by: Karsh
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Karsh says: Greece, there is just something olde world about the place & I believe the Islands are something else again. From pictures you see of all the narrow cobbled streets with geraniums growing all up the sides of the houses. I would love to see that. Reply

Sunshine8

Posted by: Sunshine8
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Sunshine8 says: I would go on a never ending round the world ticket on a cruise ship with lots of stops along the way. There are just too many great places to list. Reply

NOELP

Posted by: NOELP
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

NOELP says: I WOULD LOVE TO GO TO DISNEYLAND/DISNEYWORLD BECAUSE AS A VERY SMALL CHILD I LISTEN WITH GREAT INTEREST ON HOW MY GRANDFATHER WENT THERE AND AS I AM NOW 49 YEARS OF AGE THE DREAM HAS NOW BECAME A WISH AS I AM A FULL TIME CARER FOR MY DISABLE WIFE AND WE WOULD NEVER HAVE THE MONEY TO TRAVEL OVERSEAS IN THE COMFORT/STYLE WE WOULD HAVE TO BECAUSE OF MY WIFE'S SICKNESS. Reply

NOELP

Posted by: NOELP
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

NOELP says: I WOULD LOVE TO GO TO DISNEYLAND/DISNEYWORLD BECAUSE AS A VERY SMALL CHILD I LISTEN WITH GREAT INTEREST ON HOW MY GRANDFATHER WENT THERE AND AS I AM NOW 49 YEARS OF AGE THE DREAM HAS NOW BECAME A WISH AS I AM A FULL TIME CARER FOR MY DISABLE WIFE AND WE WOULD NEVER HAVE THE MONEY TO TRAVEL OVERSEAS IN THE COMFORT/STYLE WE WOULD HAVE TO BECAUSE OF MY WIFE'S SICKNESS. Reply

pops

Posted by: pops
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

pops says: Base camp on Mt Everest. I don't want to go any higher, people die up there. Reply

Ray

Posted by: Ray
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Ray says: I am 78 years old and have always wanted to visit Antartica and the South Pole area either by ship or aeroplane,the wonder of this part of earth facinates me,I suppose it is pretty cold down there but if I had the money I am sure that I could keep warm.
Best regards,
Ray N. Reply

Tracyhttp://www.cafestudy.com/

Posted by: Tracyhttp://www.cafestudy.com/
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Tracyhttp://www.cafestudy.com/ says: America to see my friends Reply

Lachy

Posted by: Lachy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Lachy says: I would love to visit the Antarctic. Just such an alien landscape would be an amazing place to be inspired...but problably not so much fun in winter down there ;-) Maybe some small, unihabited Pacific island for the winter then :-) Reply

Crawf

Posted by: Crawf
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Crawf says: Probably England.I have relatives in the north of England and would like to explore London's great History. Reply

rosema

Posted by: rosema
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

rosema says: ...I would explore the world ; east to west, south to north; every little village ,every small and big mountain and sea every sandy desert or rain-forest with all it's people in between; I'd say hello, have a cuppa and listen to their wisdom and I would feel alive ! Reply

flossbloss

Posted by: flossbloss
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

flossbloss says: Wouldn't mind Canada but my first choice would have to be a cruise down the Rhine from Amsterdam to Budapest-I'd then visit my husband's rellies in Germany & Poland. Don't suppose there's any chance of winning such a trip or some philanthropic person who'd like to pay for me & my husband?







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gone fishing

Posted by: gone fishing
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

gone fishing says: I would love nothing better than to cruise down the Nile on an ancient dhow and take a lot of time visiting all the ancient sites of one of the oldest civilisations on this planet. Mind you, after this i want settle down in the Greek Isles for maybe a month , you know, loll around in an outdoor setting supping globulous amounts of a rough red overlooking the blue waters surrounding the isle Reply

Lou

Posted by: Lou
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Lou says: It has always been my desire to do a trip around the outback Australian area just me and my cat in a motorhome. I have an old Toyota bus in my back yard that I am trying to fix up to do this. Reply

glennch

Posted by: glennch
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

glennch says: antarctica because not many people have been there . Reply

sprinkles

Posted by: sprinkles
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

sprinkles says: i'd go to America to meet my internet friends, then I'd visit Arlington Cemetery where the Kennedys are buried. I would go visit all the places I could, and see historic sites from the Civil war. Then I'd head off to a hot tropical island for a break, then I'd go to ...everywhere, if I could. Reply

Nae

Posted by: Nae
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Nae says: I would most definately head to Peru. A look at how the Incans lived. I think it would be an experience of a life time and very spiritual. Reply

Nan

Posted by: Nan
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Nan says: I would chosse to go on another Mediteranian Cruise! Definately the best way to travel. No packing and unpacking when you get to various destinations. You just enjoy living on your floating Paradise. Reply

Hoddy

Posted by: Hoddy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Hoddy says: I Love American Railroads & beautiful scenery. So My choice of country would be America & Canada I Would hope to strike all weathers for Photographic purposes Reply

kez

Posted by: kez
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

kez says: I would sail around all the stunning Islands on the Great barrier Reef, stop and snorkle and admire Mother nature's fantastic handi-work! Reply

garry

Posted by: garry
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

garry says: I would go back to Lake Lucerne in Switzerland, where the people were lovely, & polite, - even the young ones, - no grafitti, - everywhere was nice & clean.
I would love to go up the mountain there again on the train, & chair-lift, walk up to the lookout, - stand there with the 380deg. views, - looking over all the other mountains, & valleys around me, - & imagine again that I am standing on TOP OF THE WORLD! Reply

MazzyJ

Posted by: MazzyJ
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

MazzyJ says: Stone Henge in the UK I feel like its calling me and the longer I go with out a holiday (10 years now) the stronger the pull to it is. Also would love to go to New Orleans to finally meet my on line friend Melinda I've had for 7 years Reply

fletch

Posted by: fletch
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

fletch says: even though I am in my 60s I have always wanted to go to Disneyland so if I had lots of money I would go there, ride all the rides see everything fun fun Reply

June

Posted by: June
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

June says: I would love to go on one of those scenic cruises on the rivers of Europe.
Looking at all the beautiful cities and castles. My friend has just done this, sending me emails along the way so that I could enjoy the trip too, if only in a voyeuristic way. From her photos it all looks magnificent. After that I would travel back to England to visit relatives I haven't seen for 50 years and sightsee some of the beautiful country to see how it's changed in that time. Canada would be wonderful but I would definately have to miss their winter, too cold!!!!! Reply

smartcookie

Posted by: smartcookie
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

smartcookie says: Tuscany, the South of France and Venice - The country side is beautiful, the wines superb and the people friendly and inviting. We visited these regions in 1999 and had the most wonderful time. The small village of St Paul De Vence in Provence is amazing- a true artists village, very quaint and picturesque- a must on anyone's intinerary. What can one say about Venice, - beautiful old buildings, great food and history. Europe has so much to offer in the way of history. It still amazes me how such beautiful buildings could have been built so long ago, without the benefit of modern cranes and other equipment. If money was unlimited, I would buy a villa in Tuscany and spend my time touring around these regions. Reply

June

Posted by: June
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

June says: I would also love to go to Tuscany. So many movies have featured Tuscany and it looks so glorious with those old stone houses beautiful countryside and the Italian people seem to be so generous and inviting. People I know have travelled there on and off for lots of years and never have anything negative to say about it... It would also be wonderful in an artistic way. Oh, one can dream, if only for a while Reply

Nefertari

Posted by: Nefertari
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Nefertari says: On a world cruise! I've never been on a cruise and have heard that they're great. I'd also love to see Italy (especially after reading Trudy's glowing recommendations!), Canada and Greece ...I wouldn't mind seeing the Bahamas either! Reply

Squeak

Posted by: Squeak
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Squeak says: I'd love to take the Trans-Siberian railway from Beijing, through Mongolia and to Russia. The best thing?

I can wear my ugg boots the whole way and be comfortable and ala mode locale! Reply

snakelady

Posted by: snakelady
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

snakelady says: I would travel to Africa. Travel arount to photograph the reptile wildlife. Cobras,Mambas ect. May even throw some pics of rhinos and hippos in just for good measures.
Diving in the Maldives would be my second choice as well as photographing the the underwater realm
See Iam warmer already Reply

howie

Posted by: howie
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

howie says: Seeing that i have not yet seen much of Australia a trip around Australia visiting all the every best site seeing adventure that are on offer. Would be great Reply

Dragon Lady

Posted by: Dragon Lady
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Dragon Lady says: Ègypt - I would volunteer to go on an archaeological dig - just love the country Reply

bibi

Posted by: bibi
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

bibi says: Would love to go to Scotland to trace my paternal ancestry, then if I wasnt frozen solid from the cold a hop and a skip to England and Ireland to do the same. Of course I would have to take in the sites along the way and learn some history.

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dhoyle

Posted by: dhoyle
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

dhoyle says: England, because it used to be my home ... Reply

ted

Posted by: ted
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

ted says: A beautiful Cruise around the Mediteranian to sample all of the different cuisines in each of the countries. Reply

mumtime

Posted by: mumtime
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

mumtime says: Hawaii, this would be one of the most expensive places to go for a holiday but has something for the whole family to do. If only...... Reply

pep

Posted by: pep
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

pep says: I dont have to pretend as I did win Lotto last year,jumped on a plane Business class (First class is toooo snobby) and did 9 countries.singapore England,Belgium,Germany,Austria,Italy,Switzerland,France and Dubai in Uae.This year I decided to narrow it down and in depth did France and Italy.On the way home wentback to Dubai as it is the best place for shopping.Between France and Italy is the place for me.MONACO.Stayed at the fairmont hotel Monte carlo.This place is just filled with Money and people who just want to love living and moved here from everywhere else.Rocky beaches though,but the water is warm everything is spotless and clean and everyone loves living there. Reply

Raye

Posted by: Raye
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Raye says: I would go to Lambogin island with my husband why because it is beautiful there and still untouched by the tourist influx that ruins most of the islands Reply

pauline42

Posted by: pauline42
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

pauline42 says: I would go to Queensland,Gold Coast and visit all the adventure parks and relax on bondi beach,stay in one of the luxury hotels high rises on the beach, visit Fraser Island,Great Barrier Reef on a yacht,visit the rainforrests ,hire a camper van and travel up and down the coast and visit every town and city and collect as many postcards and clothes and trinkets and bargain after bargain i could visit all the shops,markets buy a surf board learn how to surf,I would have to stay for as long as i could to see every thing and have a great time,eat lot,s of seafood in the resturants,take heaps of photo's ,hire a luxury car and cruise the streets of Brisbane.i would rather spend my money in Australia and help the economy then travel overseas any day,this is my dream holiday if i won lotto,well i can dream :) Reply

dee

Posted by: dee
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

dee says: I would go to great Britain. I would to see england, ireland and scotland as that is where my ancestors come from and I just love English history. I love castles, the country side everything.
Then I would go to Egypt to see the pyramid and the cairo museum Reply

madmoo

Posted by: madmoo
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

madmoo says: My ultimate holiday would be to safari through africa, including the mountain gorillas. Then on to Paris for a relaxing coffee on the Champs Elysees, dinner on top of the Eiffel Tower, then a relaxing cruise through the canals to the riveria to relax on the beach before heading home. Maybe a little detour to Monte Carlo for star spotting and a little gambling.

And of course it is always nice to come home. Reply

Kim

Posted by: Kim
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Kim says: I would go somewhere with my family for a white xmas always wanted to have a white xmas Reply

nikki

Posted by: nikki
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

nikki says: The number one place i would go and i only ever dream of,is egypt..just to see those pyramids would be the most fantastic experience ever.Imagine seeing the pyramids in real life and not just on the telly,its a once in a chance lifetime experience. Reply

kerrym

Posted by: kerrym
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

kerrym says: Oh, that's easy - top of my wish-list has ALWAYS been Canada & Alaska !

Both my husband & I dream of touring Canada by train, following the routes by which this spectacular country was settled and stopping over in those beautiful, classic resorts @ Banff, Lake Louise etc. Gold Leaf on the Rocky Mountaineer of course, cameras poised.

Somewhere along the way we'd like to see Niagra from the Canadian side, even possibly manage to cross into USA to meet up with some friends in various states, but Canada, in Autumn with its wondrous colours, stunning scenery and SNOW, followed by a first-class cruise in Alaska is our ABSOLUTE dream holiday, for at least 6 weeks.

Then there's the next on the list - a European river cruise on one of the smaller vessels ........ and back to Ireland ..... Reply

maclo

Posted by: maclo
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

maclo says: Antarctica. Absolutely unique Reply

Inez6306

Posted by: Inez6306
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Inez6306 says: If I won a lottery, that let me take sufficient time off, I'd do a driving tour of the wine regions of France. ( No, I don't drink, but oh! the smell, the foods!) I would ONLY stay at Relais et Chateaux, or small pensiones. I would finish France at Ax les Bains, cut down through Andorra ( amazing driving, heart in mouth!) pick up some Cointreau and Chambord sans excise, costing about $10/ LARGE bottle. then I'd drive over the drought-stricken north of Spain and go to the Costa Brava. Olives, wine, the sea, the smells...oh, I'd do it all again, every 3-4 years! Reply

flyyates

Posted by: flyyates
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

flyyates says: Our dream trip would be to Antarctica to land on shore & see the wild life colonies. Then to top it all of go for a dive beneath the ice to have a look at all the marine life down there. Also to visit some of the worlds most desolated islands down that way that man has survived on. That would be an awesome once in a lifetime trip! Reply

Kababs

Posted by: Kababs
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Kababs says: I would head to Canada, board a cruise ship and go exploring in Alaska. Once we had completed the cruise of the Inside Passage I would hop on the glass domed train and go over the Rockies, taking in Lake Louise and Banff. I think the scenery would be stunning - trip of a lifetime!!! Reply

sulutu

Posted by: sulutu
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

sulutu says: Canada in September, start in Vancouver, head west on the Rocky Mountaineer railway - two days through the Rockies - wonderful scenery as autumn unfolds, spend a week in Banff at the Fairmont Spa, total pampering and maybe some white water rafting. Then hire a car and tour around for a while taking photos and stopping wherever we like. After that, an Alaskan cruise - more pampering and majestic scenery. Reply

nicolamaree

Posted by: nicolamaree
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

nicolamaree says: Id go to sanatori in greece,,,i just love the look of the white stone buildings and the blue and green sea...the food would be great and i can just imagine sitting drinking something yummy and looking out across the ocean as the sun sets...wow Reply

Glenyss

Posted by: Glenyss
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Glenyss says: First I would cruise the world with my husband who is my best friend, and then go to Europe and travel from one side of Europe to the other and go through villages and into the country side and learn how to cook by the locals and using the local foods it would take years and be soooo awesome Reply

unibomba17

Posted by: unibomba17
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

unibomba17 says: Canada for me, i love the accent and have always wanted to visit there. I would also go to Scotland, i crave to see the Castles and walk on the cliffs i have read so much about since childhood. I want to experience the marvellous personalities of the Scots. Reply

Shirley Fowell

Posted by: Shirley Fowell
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Shirley Fowell says: I would go to Canada to see the Rockies and the beautiful area around there. I have never been able to afford to go and have always wanted to go and see that beautiful area Reply

Gordy

Posted by: Gordy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Gordy says: NEW YORK! I went late last year but wasn't there long enough. There is something magical in the air in that city. It's electric. It is such a astehtically pleasing view wherever you look also. Would have to go donw to Cancun on the way home, break up the jetlag. At a all inclusive resort. Reply

davidnicholas

Posted by: davidnicholas
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

davidnicholas says: I want to start in Scotland touring around the distilleries including Islay and the highlands. From the north, take a ferry up to the Orkneys. The fly over to Bergen in Norway, hop onto the old ferry Lofoten travelling north past the islands bearing the same name, then up to the Faroe Islands up the north. Reply

chez

Posted by: chez
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

chez says: Cook Islands, looks beautiful & thats where my partner comes from, i've never been & he still has some family over there which i would love to meet. Reply

petag

Posted by: petag
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

petag says: I couldn't pick one place. I would love to buy a round the world ticket and visit lots of places. I have always dreamed of visiting Paris and London but there would be many other places as well. At the moment I hardly leave my suburb, much less Australia. To travel is a dream that I may never fulful. Reply

kath

Posted by: kath
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

kath says: africa i love the wild life the simple life style of the people there happy with very little the wild animals elephants tigers giraffes, i would luv to go there for a holiday Reply

vicki

Posted by: vicki
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

vicki says: Give me the Northern territory any day! Reply

super88

Posted by: super88
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

super88 says: Having the money and time is the Key.
First, Book me on a freighter to anywhere for 3 weeks or there-abouts.Nothing to do or distract me except maybe to read a book. I'll get off at the last port and find a hotel after I've arrived.
Then I'll begin the holiday, if I like the place I'll stay until I'm bored and then move on, I might choose comfort or adventure, travel in style or on a cattle truck.
Travel is seldom about arriving and all about getting there for me. Reply

Dot

Posted by: Dot
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

Dot says: I have done a 'sampler' coach trip of Europe and now I want to go back. Luxury travel, luxury resorts .... maybe cruise from Rome to Southampton (like my friends did and loved it!!). I can almost smell it !! Rome, Paris, Spain ..... a week in London, oh but then there's Cardiff, Edinburgh ..... and I do so want to go back to Ireland. Oh, I forgot the canal cruises on the Rhine .... dream on, ...... Reply

reet57

Posted by: reet57
Posted: 22nd Jul 2011

reet57 says: If you want to go somewhere truly different, visit an Eastern country. We have been to Japan twice. Totally different to anything you have experienced. The manners, politeness and etiquette of the people is unlike anywhere else. The world is such a melting pot but there are few foreigners in Japan so it's interesting to have many eyes on you. They are perfectionists so meals are a work of art, packages are wrapped and presented exquisitely, little crime or graffiti. Don't go if you are a steak and three veg type person, meat costs a bomb! Reply

orient

Posted by: orient
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

orient says: I would travel to Florida to see a friend of mine from 25 years ago, and then travel to the UK to meet up with old workmates from 40 years ago. Would be great to have a reunion to share the good old days when we were all 20 years old, The mischief we all got up to in our younger days and have a good laugh.
Go shopping at "Heralds" and spend, spend, spend on quality outfits, not just carry bags form "Heralds" prentending we were all rich girls and having heads turn when travelling on Subway train in London Reply

62spendthrift

Posted by: 62spendthrift
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

62spendthrift says: I would like to go to Hamilton Island because it is firstly Australia, it has everything you would like as in activities - snorelling etc, & you can just do nothing. Best of all it is AUSTRALIAN & you don't have to be on a plane forever. It's clean, & one hopes their won't be any bombing - not like Bali which I found dirty and disgusting. Reply

kaybe

Posted by: kaybe
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

kaybe says: all the place i studied all school in art like the egpyt, greece and other of old buildings, even rome Reply

Cobbalassie

Posted by: Cobbalassie
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

Cobbalassie says: If I won Lottery I would like to go to San Diego Zoo! I believe it takes several days to look! PS Hope they have wheelchairs?! Reply

ralf

Posted by: ralf
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

ralf says: Would love to go to Canada and have a white Xmas, my partner has a lot of family over there, so would be good to touch base with all of them Reply

heathero

Posted by: heathero
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

heathero says: I would go to England, and take my older son with me. We have relatives and penfriends there that we have heard about, but have never met. It would be great to meet up with everyone, especially seeing that one of our aunties is in her mid to late 80's Reply

issa

Posted by: issa
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

issa says: shopping in paris, cafes in amsterdam ;), middle east for the beauty and culture Reply

Aroha2

Posted by: Aroha2
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

Aroha2 says: Go to Greece and explore the ancient ruins and go to the Islands..take a cruise on a yacht and enjoy the sea side delights.. Reply

Linz

Posted by: Linz
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

Linz says: Las Vegas for me-only had 3 nights there and would love to go back-I missed heaps. Reply

stilly

Posted by: stilly
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

stilly says: My wife and i both have scottish heritage so a holiday all round scotland and wales would be a trip of a life time for us.And or a holiday around all the cook islands for some much needed rest and relaxing with island time.Thankyou .Kevin Still Reply

marchi

Posted by: marchi
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

marchi says: I would go first to Canada visiting first the west side then the east side and then finish my trip by going to Alasaka
Marchi Reply

ab

Posted by: ab
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

ab says: These are all great suggestions and places that I've wished to visit but for want of unlimited funds. Canada, absolutely; the exotic middle east including North Africa, Yes; the Arctic region for its pristine remote environment; the French Riviera to rub shoulders with the disgustingly rich. But lets face it, what really makse or breaks a destination are the people you travel with and the ones you meet along the way.

So the answer to this question is "anywhere in this world can be beautiful as long as your with the right person/people"

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Lola

Posted by: Lola
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

Lola says: I would go back to Norfolk Island (about 4 hrs airtravel East from Melbourne). It is a most beautiful place with a wonderful climate, the people who live there are friendly and helpful, the scenery is breathtaking and it is like finding paradise on a tiny island in the middle of the ocean. I visisted some years ago and I would really like to experience the island's beauty one more time Reply

maves

Posted by: maves
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

maves says: Sweden. I would like to go to Visby when the medieval fair is on. I would also like to go hiking through the countryside as well as visit various runestone sites. Reply

none

Posted by: none
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

none says: I would go back to Natal in South Africa, I visited there with my late husband when were were guests of the Zulu people & meet with the Zulu King & his people & I would love to go back again. It is a lovely country & the people are amazing, everyone we meet were welcoming & interesting. Reply

krye84

Posted by: krye84
Posted: 23rd Jul 2011

krye84 says: To Europe with the kids - to walk through the Black Forest in Autum when the leaves are falling - lookig at the fabulois scenery and staying at a different hostel each night. Also to catch up with two pen friends I have had for 25 years and have only seen one once and the other twice. Now that we all have kids it would be great to see them. Also a stop over in Scotland to see other friends I have not seen for 7 years when they visited us here and then 7 years before that when we saw them over there - once again befor kids. Reply

kazza

Posted by: kazza
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

kazza says: Definitely Rio De Janiero, its always been a bream of mine to go to Mardi Gras, and run around topless even though im now 44 and normally a prude, its the one time in my life that i would do it Reply

julz

Posted by: julz
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

julz says: I would take my nephew and my boyfriend over to the US. My nephew lives with me and he has had a hard life, so to put some fun back into his life I would take him to Disneyland. Reply

myzie

Posted by: myzie
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

myzie says: I would go back to France. What an amazing place. I would love to be there during the Tour de France, the atmosphere would be electric and there would be people from so many different countries. The countryside and little villages throughout France would be a delight to visit. Reply

Aussiebear

Posted by: Aussiebear
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Aussiebear says: Sir Richard (Virgin Blue) Island! Reply

vikkstar

Posted by: vikkstar
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

vikkstar says: If I could go anywhere in the world it would be to Italy because there is so much history and architecture that I would love to see and the warm beaches that I could go to Reply

Mazzs1

Posted by: Mazzs1
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Mazzs1 says: UK starting in Scotland! Apart from catching up with family & friends, would love to attend Endinburgh Comedy Festival and Military Tattoo, then onto a tour that includes all the distillaries and no not just for the taste testing but all the wonderful countryside you have to go through to get to them.
Then take the train down to London & check into a nice hotel & do a walking tour round London before heading to Spain via France, this would be Train & Bus, best way to see all the wonderful sights and not have to worry about driving on the wrong side of the road lol. Reply

Grumpy

Posted by: Grumpy
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Grumpy says: Disneyland with my hisband and kids. We went there as a couple 14 years ago (pre-kids) and had a ball. Would love to share that much good clearn fun with our young kids now that they are old enough to properly appreciate it. Reply

Bob

Posted by: Bob
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Bob says: I'm already fine with where I am living, on the beautiful Gippsland Lakes in Victoria. Reply

Aly

Posted by: Aly
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Aly says: Disneyland......this is a place I have always wanted to go and now I can take my own daughter. It is a place where you can re-live your child hood with the characters that you grew up watching on tv....experience them up close and in real life.....oh but this seems like such a dream for me.... Reply

Milly

Posted by: Milly
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Milly says: Italy is actually my number 1 choice of places to go! I have been envisioning myself there for quite a while and hopefully will end up there. It might take a few years as I have 2 young children but I know I will love it when I eventually get there! Reply

KittyCat

Posted by: KittyCat
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

KittyCat says: I would firstly take my husband and children, and visit my Sister and her young family in England. I haven't seen her in 7 years and have never met her youngest child. It would be lovely to rent a house in France and we all holiday together for a few weeks. Reply

carololine

Posted by: carololine
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

carololine says: I would go to Antartica the weather may be chilly but the scenic experience would be enough to last a life time. I would like to experince a place with clear clean enviroment where I could watch wildlife with the beautifull scenic nature that only antartica could offer. I think with so much going on in the world, I would like to go somewhere with out the threat of over population,pollution,profiteering,and the worse threat of terrorism, So Id love to be somewhere that is relaxing and quiet Reply

carololine

Posted by: carololine
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

carololine says: I would go to Antartica the weather may be chilly but the scenic experience would be enough to last a life time. I would like to experince a place with clear clean enviroment where I could watch wildlife with the beautifull scenic nature that only antartica could offer. I think with so much going on in the world, I would like to go somewhere with out the threat of over population,pollution,profiteering,and the worse threat of terrorism, So Id love to be somewhere that is relaxing and quiet Reply

carololine

Posted by: carololine
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

carololine says: I would go to Antartica the weather may be chilly but the scenic experience would be enough to last a life time. I would like to experince a place with clear clean enviroment where I could watch wildlife with the beautifull scenic nature that only antartica could offer. I think with so much going on in the world, I would like to go somewhere with out the threat of over population,pollution,profiteering,and the worse threat of terrorism, So Id love to be somewhere that is relaxing and quiet Reply

carololine

Posted by: carololine
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

carololine says: I would go to Antartica the weather may be chilly but the scenic experience would be enough to last a life time. I would like to experince a place with clear clean enviroment where I could watch wildlife with the beautifull scenic nature that only antartica could offer. I think with so much going on in the world, I would like to go somewhere with out the threat of over population,pollution,profiteering,and the worse threat of terrorism, So Id love to be somewhere that is relaxing and quiet Reply

catho

Posted by: catho
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

catho says: Sailing...sailing... sailing.. a 40-50ft boat... all of the tropical paradises around the world - Whitsundays-Australia, Pacific Islands, Greek Islands; Bermuda; ..... It doesn't need to be a luxury boat, but the crew and food must be great. Reply

Evangeline

Posted by: Evangeline
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

Evangeline says: Fly into Paris from Sydney, Australia then catch the train to Budapest. Change trains and travel to the village of Vama, Romania. The medieval themed Hotel Excelsior is nestled into the Carpathian Mountains. From there I can ride for miles on horseback, exploring the lush hills of Transylvania. Bring it on! Reply

harrassed

Posted by: harrassed
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

harrassed says: Off to Italy, Florence is our favourite but it's all great. It's so easy just to soak up the atmosphere. We'd then head to the UK to catch up with relatives and friends and stop in Hong Kong on the way home for Disneyland and a little shopping Reply

saintDonna

Posted by: saintDonna
Posted: 24th Jul 2011

saintDonna says: Broome - seeing Stairway to the Moon is on my bucket list - so magical

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oilqueen

Posted by: oilqueen
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

oilqueen says: I'd love to trace my ancestors footsteps (McDonald's). On my father's side we come from the highlands of Scotland where we were crofters and kicked off by the English so they could fence the land and raise sheep. Our family then chose to emigrate to Nova Scotia, and after a while a group of them then emigrated to New Zealand and were among the first boatloads to settle in Waipu, north of Whangarei. Photos of those ancestors are on the walls of the Waipu museum. Even though I've never been to Scotland there is a longing in me every time I see photos and hear the bagpipes, to go and see the land for myself. On my mother's side (Anderson's), we come from Prince Edward Island, another beautiful place to visit. Reply

kyliemt

Posted by: kyliemt
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

kyliemt says: I would go to Antarctica. It's somewhere that very few people have ever been and is an absolutely amazing place full of unique wildlife and with 24hours of daylight you can make the most of it! Reply

Helen

Posted by: Helen
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Helen says: I studied ancient history for my hsc so want to go to Egypt, Greece and Italy to see what I learnt about for myself
to see the sphinx and pyramids, wander the banks of the Nile go to the parthenon and Colosseum,how magnificient my dreams would be fulfilled
may be to be on the orient Express or somethjing similiar and to cruise the waterways in venice as well the list could just go on and onu Reply

gazby

Posted by: gazby
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

gazby says: Canada is my ideal place for a holiday to see the Northern Lights, I have always wanted to go and see this spectacular event that Mother Nature puts on for us. Reply

dthought

Posted by: dthought
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

dthought says: We discussed this at our dinner table last night. My wife would love to travel to Italy, my son would love to visit USofA, my daughter would love to go to Canada, as would I. But really - I would love to take my family to Orlando Florida for Disney World. Reply

slug

Posted by: slug
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

slug says: I would take the family for a month of backpacking through Vietnam. It would be to be off the beaten track, to experience the diverse culture and people and amazing simple but delicious food. To experience a life which is not driven by consumerism, a climate that is warm, scenic as well as culturally diverse. Reply

peterv

Posted by: peterv
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

peterv says: Canada. The rocky mountaineer and across the country.Lake Louise,banff etc.It's a place I would love to visit and explore,but sadly not enough funds to do it!. Reply

Tramc

Posted by: Tramc
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Tramc says: I would love to be able to take my kids to every single large amusement park in the world. How awesome would it be for them to be able to say that they had done that! Reply

Tars

Posted by: Tars
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Tars says: Everywhere on my bucket list - Disneyland first, then the Greek Islands, the Trevi fountain, to stay in a castle etc etc - what a dream! Reply

BoMDiGGy84

Posted by: BoMDiGGy84
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

BoMDiGGy84 says: At the moment I would probably go to Fiji, staying in a 5 star hotel in or near Suva. I'm not Fijian but my 6month old daughter is Fijian Maori & I want her to meet her great grandmother (who she is also named after) before it is too late. I know she would be spoilt there and treated like a real princess ;)
IF she were older however, I would love to take her to the awesome theme parks they have in Australia or America... LOVE rollercoasters. Reply

Glenny

Posted by: Glenny
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Glenny says: I would go back to France and follow the Tour de France. Watching it on Sky Sport reminds me of how much I enjoyed my 2 trips to France -firstly in 2000 and 2nd in 2004. The tour followed some of the roads we had taken through the mountains and those lovely quaint little villages. It brought a lump to my throat thinking, hey I have been there. Even so, I would love to go back and just cover every inch of France, even the places I have been. We did the Normandy Coast in 2000, with our son & his wife who were doing their OE, driving down to Paris, across to Dijon and then through the Alps on the Italian border. The second time my husband and I flew to Italy from the UK, then drove around Italy and back along the Med. into France, staying a week in Toulon which was beautiful. Then drove up through to Clermont Ferraud, to St Marlo. Oh it was just so beautiful.


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Captured

Posted by: Captured
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Captured says: If money wasn't an issue, i think i would have to travel all around Australia before i went to other countries. I would love to spend 3-4 years at least just strolling around the country, taking in all the little towns and villages as well as the better known cities.
If there was a particular area i liked, i'd stay there for a month or longer and see if i could pick up some seasonal work as well. Reply

Bob

Posted by: Bob
Posted: 1st Aug 2011

Captured says: If money wasn't an issue, i think i would have to travel all around Australia before i went to other countries. I would love to spend 3-4 years at least just strolling around the country, taking in...

Bob says: Very well said, so many people want to go to overseas destinations, without ever seeing the beauty that is Australia. Reply

jennyl11

Posted by: jennyl11
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

jennyl11 says: back to the USA, went there in April with the hubby and kids, did the disney thing then flew to Detroit hired a car drove to canada and down to nashville, memphis and Arkansas, visiting with friends and family.
Next time would go for a trip up the west coast Reply

Lee Lee

Posted by: Lee Lee
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Lee Lee says: I would go to Scotland. My partner James was born in Glasgow and his mother still lives there. We are currently living in South Australia and James hasn't seen his mum for 10 years so Glasgow would have to be the first place we visit.

I would love to see this beautiful country he keeps talking to me about and meet his relatives aswell.

I would love to stay a night or 2 in a castle and also visit the high country. He could show me all his favorite places and I guess it would help me understand him more by visiting his homeland.




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Kathie

Posted by: Kathie
Posted: 25th Jul 2011

Kathie says: Vietnam.

I have heard so many people who have been there say it is the most idyllic place they have visited. The food and people are just amazing. Being a blend of Europe and Asia, it is my ideal place to visit. Reply

maurbug

Posted by: maurbug
Posted: 26th Jul 2011

maurbug says: I think I would go to Donegal in Ireland, I am a dire genealogist and would love to go and see the area where my great grandmother was born. I believe it is the most beautiful country in the world and it would be just awesome to walk in the places she did.
Maureen Reply

Sandy

Posted by: Sandy
Posted: 26th Jul 2011

Sandy says: Definitely Europe with all their (and my) history. My family originated in Europe so would love to take in England and France, through Scotland and Germany to see where my husband's family came from and then a trip to Ireland to trace the other side of my family. Reply

mamaamy

Posted by: mamaamy
Posted: 27th Jul 2011

mamaamy says: I would start in Taheke New Zealand and travel all through the Bay of Islands. Travel through the Red Mountains in Rawhiti swim the blue seas fish for yellow fins then down to Waitangi to visit the place of my tupuna, the signing of Te Tiriti O Waitangi, through Rotorua......If I win Lotto I would visit all the hidden treasures of my own country from the top to the bottom. New Zealand is a beautiful place with much to see. Reply

gnasher

Posted by: gnasher
Posted: 27th Jul 2011

gnasher says: Six months in Louisiana doing the Cajun festivals - lovely people, good food & great music. Might even swing over to Geprgia for Mule Day or go to Texas for the Texan Swing festivals. Oh, bliss! Reply

ferris

Posted by: ferris
Posted: 28th Jul 2011

ferris says: 12 or 18 months with an RV travelling the entire USA & Canada. Noth, South, East, West and everything in between. Stop wherever you want and stay as long as you like in places. If you get somwhere and it's not that good, keep tdriving further up the road. If you like it and want to see more, stay an extra day or so. Did a similar thing on my honeymoon, but sadly only had 5 weeks. Would love to continue the trip. Reply

stewy57

Posted by: stewy57
Posted: 28th Jul 2011

stewy57 says: OK Money no object huh? Let me see, I think a fly in fly out (FIFO) trip. Game park in South Africa, the pyramids of Giza, the ruins in greece, the great wall of China, Taj Mahal, and then I would just FIFO to any other places that rang my bell!!!. Reply

Meeka

Posted by: Meeka
Posted: 28th Jul 2011

Meeka says: I have always wanted to go to Hawaii with my Husband or go on a Ship Cruise before we get much older, my Husband is an Australian and has never travelled outside of Australia and being retired,after bringing up a family,you realize its important to enjoy every holiday that you can, while you can. Reply

lisa

Posted by: lisa
Posted: 29th Jul 2011

lisa says: I have always dreamt of going to spain, love to explore the beaches and experience the food, and all the other things it has to offer! Reply

Ang

Posted by: Ang
Posted: 29th Jul 2011

Ang says: I would definately make this trip a trip for my children - we would start off on the Goldcoast and do all the Funpark Worlds and end up in America at Disneyland. Reply

bexbex

Posted by: bexbex
Posted: 31st Jul 2011

bexbex says: I'd go to England. I want to explore it all! Castles, archaeology, medieval houses, mountains, cities, fashion, countryside, lakes, canals, seasides, royal family, parliament, big ben, fields of bluebells in spring, golden leaves in autumn, throwing snowballs in winter, music festivals in summer, the amazing food... I could go on and on and on! And Brit TV... radio... fantastic. Reply

Kerry2036

Posted by: Kerry2036
Posted: 2nd Aug 2011

Kerry2036 says: I would love to travelslowly around overseas. In Europe I would like to visit the historical sites and galleries. In the USA I would enjoy the scenery and attend a Comic Con or two with my girls (and probably be dragged to Disney Land & Warner Bros by them). We'd also go to South America and Asia on the way back.
Assuming there's anything left we'd explore Northern Australia as well. Reply

lulu

Posted by: lulu
Posted: 3rd Aug 2011

lulu says: i would love to travel to dubai and visit my daughter as she is living and working there at the moment Reply

lulu

Posted by: lulu
Posted: 3rd Aug 2011

lulu says: i would love to travel to dubai and visit my daughter as she is living and working there at the moment Reply

barbie

Posted by: barbie
Posted: 7th Aug 2011

barbie says: I would return to London, its such an wonderful place, its got all of the things a heart could desire, shopping is a rare treat and unbeatable for variety and cultire, the food is fantastic, the entertainment all encompassing the history is unbeatable, its the centre of the music industry, the markets are impressive, the transport system is reliable, and you can even catch the train to Paris, the Royal family are classy, caring, elegant and well loved by all, and when you arrive, they speak english, no communication issues, this very big busy city is where i would go in first class style. Reply

Joydy

Posted by: Joydy
Posted: 10th Aug 2011

Joydy says: WHAT IS WRONG WITH GOOD OLD OS - JUST BACK FROM A WEEK AT MAGNETIC ISLAND - SWIMMING, EATING, DRINKING & WALKING WITH PARTNER AND FRIENDS - GREAT WEEK. BUT NOW BACK IN VICTORIA - TO THE COLD AND RAIN BUT STILL LOVE IT.

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Chichi

Posted by: Chichi
Posted: 17th Aug 2011

Chichi says: i have been dreaming of a European tour. To walk on cobble stoned street corners, wait for sunset while sipping coffee and eating pizza - oh love. Reply

yaldonet

Posted by: yaldonet
Posted: 17th Aug 2011

yaldonet says: My life's dream is to go a Pacific Island cruise, but more than anything I would love to visit Eastern Europe specifically Lithuania. this is where my Dad was born and I would love to retrace my grandparents steps where they lived, even though I know none of the Jews in the town where my Dad came from except for one survived. Today there is a small jewish community which is being be revived there and I would so like to go and see it. Reply

Louise

Posted by: Louise
Posted: 17th Aug 2011

Louise says: I would go to Egypt because ever since i was a kid I've wanted to go there so i definitely would not miss an opportunity to go :) Reply

Tropical

Posted by: Tropical
Posted: 17th Aug 2011

Tropical says: I'd go back to Koh Samui in Thailand where we stay at a small family run place which is right on the beach, food brilliant & so cheap plus eating fresh mangoes, pineapples & b.b.q. sweet corn everyday. Local shops only 5 minutes walk away. We're going back for 4 weeks in under 2 weeks time. Weather tropical & even it if rains for 10 minutes or so, it's still warm approx 30c & we're still wearing our bathers. Only cost really are our flights from Perth WA plus the 6 hour drive to the airport but it's well worth it. Already planning to go there again next year. We just love it & the Thai people are so friendly and kind and always smiling. Reply

revere

Posted by: revere
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

revere says: I would do a food tour of the world and sample all different types of food and watch and learn to cook them. This would be my ultimate world trip. Reply

Sesh

Posted by: Sesh
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

Sesh says: I would go to china and Japan. I love the asian cultures and really want to see all the beautiful places around both countries. Reply

heff

Posted by: heff
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

heff says: My husband and i would love to eat our way around Europe! First stop Italy in late summer when the produce would be at its best and the scenery awesome. Reply

Jenny

Posted by: Jenny
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

Jenny says: I would go everywhere if money wasn't the issue, but my biggest dream would be to do an Alaskan Cruise. Friends who have done this trip say its stunning, amazing beauty and the whole adventure makes you feel invigorated and inspired. Just to see an Iceberg and to feel the cold temperature on my skin would send me to a whole new level of exhilaration. If only........ Reply

mommakiwi

Posted by: mommakiwi
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

mommakiwi says: I would really love to fly to South Africa with my husband, daughter, son-in-law and 3 NZ granddaughters, to Cape Town and to Durban....... My other children and grandchildren live there. To bask in the warm sunlight with all my children and my grandchildren to soak up the moments loving them and collecting hugs to dream about for years to come. Greater yet would be to bring them home with me to New Zealand to show them what it is to live free and to celebrate my 50th next year with them all! Reply

Gerry

Posted by: Gerry
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

Gerry says: I would go to any place which is rather warm quiet low traffic and people do not smoke in restaurants and hotels such as Bali. Respectful neighbors that don't blast you with their music 12 hours a day. So it would probably have to be on a tropical Island near Thailand where relaxing is totally that. Reply

Becs

Posted by: Becs
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

Becs says: Hawaii.... Hang ten baby. Luxury Hotel full nine yards... Reply

gnome

Posted by: gnome
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

gnome says: Gallipoli then the Middle East and then New Guinea where my family have served in conflicts over the last 100 years. Reply

Dot

Posted by: Dot
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

Dot says: ITALY - because I haven't been there and would love to go ....
IRELAND - Because I HAVE been there and want to go back ..... Reply

Bettina

Posted by: Bettina
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

Bettina says: I love travelling. I'd spent my whole life getting to know new places,people sceneries. But there is a place i dream of visiting: Italy, the romantic and unique Italy. Reply

lesleyt

Posted by: lesleyt
Posted: 18th Aug 2011

lesleyt says: I would go to Santorini. The incredible colour of the sea in this area is mystical. The white buildings are like castles in the clouds. I would rent a little villa on top of the cliffs and walk down every day to swim and snorkel. Feast on seafood and wine. Then I would return home probably overweight but very happy. Reply

lynlanga

Posted by: lynlanga
Posted: 19th Aug 2011

lynlanga says: I would love to sail around the mediterranean in a luxury yacht and visit all the ports of interest on offer. To learn first hand about all the history of these places would be a dream come true and the sailing of a hugh yacht would be a great experience. Our 8 metre yacht is great but the launching and retrieving is starting to take its toll on us now, but before it gets too much I would just like to sail a large scale yacht. Reply

gorena

Posted by: gorena
Posted: 19th Aug 2011

gorena says: I would stay at home, it feels the best Reply

Kiwichic

Posted by: Kiwichic
Posted: 19th Aug 2011

Kiwichic says: New York City. Music. Broadway. More music! Shopping. More music. Theatre. More musicals! More theatre! MOMA!!! Reply

owainjmorris

Posted by: owainjmorris
Posted: 20th Aug 2011

owainjmorris says: To Argentina, to collect the toys I need to finish a collection and to visit The Toy Museum. Reply

becky

Posted by: becky
Posted: 20th Aug 2011

becky says: I'm debating with myself if I could cope with traveling round the South Island to see the beautiful sights in the winter or enjoy the warmth and nature of an African safari Reply

donkey

Posted by: donkey
Posted: 22nd Aug 2011

donkey says: Ive just won the lottery huh, well then we are all off to America for 8 weeks. why? because I have dreamed of spending a couple of months in America since I was 9. We would take our time to see and explore all the adventure parks, take in the less touristy type things such as mini golf and tenpin bowling, do some shopping, a holiday isnt a holiday without shopping. Enjoy the sites, smells and sounds. but alas, right now I must return to the real world and work. Reply

Carol-Lynn

Posted by: Carol-Lynn
Posted: 26th Aug 2011

Carol-Lynn says: If I had just won the lottery or price wasn't an issue, I would say that I would be travelling everywhere. I would just travel from country to country exploring each one as much as possible before moving on. Reply

TWWFTW

Posted by: TWWFTW
Posted: 30th Aug 2011

TWWFTW says: I would go to Britain, especially Scotland, Wales & Ireland Reply

shaggers

Posted by: shaggers
Posted: 1st Sep 2011

shaggers says: Hawaii, because the view, accomodation available and beaches are fantastic. Reply

gatesy45

Posted by: gatesy45
Posted: 4th Sep 2011

gatesy45 says: i would love to visit uk where i was born my parents move to australia when i was 2 so i would love to go to england to vist my rellies would be awesome Reply

taz

Posted by: taz
Posted: 5th Sep 2011

taz says: id go to canada on an adventure trip, skiing, bikiing,etc Reply

sekia

Posted by: sekia
Posted: 14th Sep 2011

sekia says: To be honest I would go back to Samoa...yes its little you can not really see it on the map but it is a great place to relax and be free from stress...its diverse and if you still like to busy life its stil a great little place to be...and the good thing about it is that it does not cost the world...Fiji, Hawaii, other paradise places are abit ore expensive because of flash hotels and all that, but let me tell you if you want to taste what real relaxation is then Samoa is the place to go...you can ask local people who will let you board with them for free and there you can be part of the family hahaha...don't believe me then try it yourself... Reply

Pat

Posted by: Pat
Posted: 16th Sep 2011

Pat says: The Antarctic - then back to South America - Buenos Aires, Urugay, Iguazzu & the Bird Sanctuary, explore more of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba then over to Europe and Spain & Portugal etc etc Reply

Pat

Posted by: Pat
Posted: 16th Sep 2011

Pat says: The Antarctic - then back to South America - Buenos Aires, Urugay, Iguazzu & the Bird Sanctuary, explore more of Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Cuba then over to Europe and Spain & Portugal etc etc Reply

MazzyJ

Posted by: MazzyJ
Posted: 22nd Sep 2011

MazzyJ says: Stone Henge. I feel drawn to it. that would be my first stop. then other mystical areas of the UK and visit lots of Castles Reply

jet123

Posted by: jet123
Posted: 25th Sep 2011

jet123 says: Europe - I've always wanted to go to see the ancient places like Pompeii! Reply

sanju

Posted by: sanju
Posted: 12th Oct 2011

sanju says: I will go to kalapathar. This is a gorgeous place that i will trek to. Best thing is I will true nature, true water, true culture. Best of all I will have a sense of achievement that I am at the base of Mount Everest. Reply

sanju

Posted by: sanju
Posted: 12th Oct 2011

sanju says: I will go to kalapathar. This is a gorgeous place that i will trek to. Best thing is I will true nature, true water, true culture. Best of all I will have a sense of achievement that I am at the base of Mount Everest. Reply

jenjen

Posted by: jenjen
Posted: 14th Oct 2011

jenjen says: well you just can't beat southeast asia, never been let down yet, thailand, malaysia, indonesia, particurlarly lombok. just such good value and superb accomodation,food,beaches and people Reply

jenjen

Posted by: jenjen
Posted: 14th Oct 2011

jenjen says: well you just can't beat southeast asia, never been let down yet, thailand, malaysia, indonesia, particurlarly lombok. just such good value and superb accomodation,food,beaches and people Reply

Dandilion

Posted by: Dandilion
Posted: 19th Oct 2011

jenjen says: well you just can't beat southeast asia, never been let down yet, thailand, malaysia, indonesia, particurlarly lombok. just such good value and superb accomodation,food,beaches and people

Dandilion says: I agree there is so much to do there, as well as the retail therapy is great. Reply

shockman

Posted by: shockman
Posted: 18th Oct 2011

shockman says: i would go around the world and explore everywhere with a few close friends. Reply

Dandilion

Posted by: Dandilion
Posted: 19th Oct 2011

shockman says: i would go around the world and explore everywhere with a few close friends.

Dandilion says: Sounds like a great idea..but you need to make sure they are up to your speed in travel and hobbies:) Reply

Dandilion

Posted by: Dandilion
Posted: 19th Oct 2011

Dandilion says: My husband and I went on a travel trip in August last year. Read up on Tripadvisor, for tips and assistance to the countries that we were planning to visit.

We started in London ,then went to Santorini, where we attended a dear friend's wedding, then went to Athens Greece, then to Eygpt , Cairo, Luxor, Alexandria. We then travelled to Rome, Italy , then to Venice, Then to Paris France and then back to London before making a long flight back to Malaysia to stay with the in-laws before heading back home to Brisbane.

It was a wonderful trip but it was fast paced. We traveled on buses ,trains, vans etc. Honestly there were days when we woke up and wondered where are we, what time is it and where are we going again??? Reply

McBreezy

Posted by: McBreezy
Posted: 20th Oct 2011

McBreezy says: The Greek Isles....Mmmmmm

Why, because I can... Reply

Seagull

Posted by: Seagull
Posted: 28th Oct 2011

Seagull says: Bora Bora only because it looks fantastic and i have read al the history of the Polynesia who islanders hopped from island to island all the way to Hawaii and New Zealand Reply

Seagull

Posted by: Seagull
Posted: 28th Oct 2011

Seagull says: Bora Bora only because it looks fantastic and i have read al the history of the Polynesia who islanders hopped from island to island all the way to Hawaii and New Zealand Reply

stretch

Posted by: stretch
Posted: 2nd Nov 2011

stretch says: i do believe i would be found in the warmer parts of the north american swimming areas maybe florida beaches for around 6 months with two or three near bare bottemed 18 to 21 females slim and thin and then head up to the gold coast and rest and relax on the warmer parts of the australkian beach with a new pair of females
i am free to dream at the moment
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Nick

Posted by: Nick
Posted: 3rd Nov 2011

Nick says: Bora Bora in French Polynesia. This place is the ultimate paradise on earth. The recent movie Couples Retreat was filmed on location there at the St Regis Bora Bora. Reply

di

Posted by: di
Posted: 22nd Nov 2011

di says: I would take a trip along the coast road all around Australia. Reply

Aziran

Posted by: Aziran
Posted: 22nd Nov 2011

Aziran says: Italia! Would love to tour around the whole of Italy. Reply

lolica

Posted by: lolica
Posted: 6th Jan 2012

lolica says: Monacco,Nica,,,just a drive through France,,,all those wineries,,,, Reply

wendy

Posted by: wendy
Posted: 8th Jan 2012

wendy says: It would be a world tour, visiting plenty of out the way destinations, starting at say Alaska and going right down through the whole continent then onto the next continent and so on until all areas of the world were covered, including as many different types of holidays as are available, ie Adventure, Cruises, sailing a yacht, train trips, guided tours, self managed tours, campervan, motorcycling, walking, etc. Reply

Pickel

Posted by: Pickel
Posted: 29th Jan 2012

Pickel says: Take a cruise up to alaska, to go skiing, Go to the montreal comedy festival, Go into Russia and visit Moscow and Siberia. Fly down to America to go to disneyland. Then head over to Japan for a while... Reply

pintu

Posted by: pintu
Posted: 29th Jan 2012

pintu says: for me ,i would like to go to singapore,beautiful and small place.you will get everything in that small island.from different foods to different girls.very safe place to roam every where.you won't be dissapointed.morden places to historical places,you will find everything. Reply

Evangeline

Posted by: Evangeline
Posted: 18th Feb 2012

Evangeline says: Madagascar is at the top of my travel wish list. Reply

lili

Posted by: lili
Posted: 18th Feb 2012

lili says: around the world! why choose when i can visit all! but still no luck in the lottery so just continue on dreaming.... Reply

mijak

Posted by: mijak
Posted: 19th Feb 2012

mijak says: Cyprus ..... a beautiful place,lovely people and great food both Greek and Turkish. Reply

daphners

Posted by: daphners
Posted: 20th Feb 2012

daphners says: I have no idea why because I do not like the cold but I would love to go to Antartica, and next on the list would be Alaska, just because they are different I guess. Reply

riaria0203

Posted by: riaria0203
Posted: 6th Mar 2012

riaria0203 says: At the very moment I would like to go to Hong Kong. I want to go to Hong Kong for the shopping experience and the food. I have been dying for a shopping spree!! Reply

summer

Posted by: summer
Posted: 6th Mar 2012

summer says: bali again and again and again........can't recall the number of times I have been there......in fact if I had my time again I would most likely buy a home over there.....the balanese people as just so lovely and respectful......Love the hot weather and its not far to travel from Australia,,,,,,food is great and it not greasy fattening foods........the biggest plus is the cost........cheap! Reply

flossy

Posted by: flossy
Posted: 19th Mar 2012

flossy says: I would do a grand european holiday concerntrating on paris & the countryside of france - just love french country houses! Reply

Stacey2012

Posted by: Stacey2012
Posted: 19th Mar 2012

Stacey2012 says: If i could i would stay in a monestry for a holiday. Peace, quiet, relaxation, spiritual strength and guidance, my dream holiday atm. Reply

tear_master

Posted by: tear_master
Posted: 22nd Mar 2012

tear_master says: i would go on a eurotrip with my girlfriend, travel most if not all of europe experiencing so many things you cant in Australia. Reply

Ganic12

Posted by: Ganic12
Posted: 22nd Mar 2012

Ganic12 says: My prefered destinations would be very quiet and relaxed places. For Summer I would pick Maldives or Fiji, on the other hand for Winter's holiday I would go to Canada(Allasca). Reply

dave

Posted by: dave
Posted: 8th Apr 2012

dave says: Europe england wales scotland irland spain france
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Jilly

Posted by: Jilly
Posted: 19th Apr 2012

Jilly says: Alaska Tour & the Rocky Mountains. Reply

wojo12

Posted by: wojo12
Posted: 22nd Apr 2012

wojo12 says: Hawaii - for its diversification of scenery, volcanoes, beaches, tropical forests, the local people, the weather ............ Reply

Jan

Posted by: Jan
Posted: 18th May 2012

Jan says: Singapore I love it I have been there 8 times and I always said if I had enough money I would take my whole family (husband and 6 children) there. There is so much to do so many places to go that you could be there for 10 tens days and not do the same thing twice, It is where the East meets the West. so many cultures to experience from high tea at Raffles to breakfast with the organtangs visiting Chane Prison to going across to Sentosa Island by cable car Reply

Sharona

Posted by: Sharona
Posted: 1st Jun 2012

Sharona says: Ibizzzzzzzaaaaaaaaaaaaa! I want to PARTY woowoo! and be on the beach in the sun mmm I miss the heat of summer, spending all my days in a bikini not having to worry about work and uni and reality in general Reply

phoenix555

Posted by: phoenix555
Posted: 12th Jun 2012

phoenix555 says: Oh goodness, where wouldn't I go?! Have a world map and aim to colour in every country!

Japan is high on my to-do list, but I want to do it properly so it's something that needs a bit of saving up (time and money).

I'd love to do West-East tours (my name for it), where you start in the West of Europe (eg France) and meander through as many countries as possible, heading East.

Or start at the West coast of the US and meander and noodle around (via a big RV!) heading to the East coast in a very convoluted manner, ticking off every state (yes, I know I'd have to do a jump to Alaska & Hawaii).
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Tropical

Posted by: Tropical
Posted: 21st Jun 2012

Tropical says: I'd go back to Koh Samui Thailand as it's hot with sea breezes, very cheap for shopping i.e. clothes, eating, accommodation, plus booze /hairdressers etc - we just love the Island.

Just came back from 5 nights in Broome WA which was soooooo expensive compared to Samui. Reply

Deb

Posted by: Deb
Posted: 6th Oct 2012

Deb says: i live in Australia and i have never been able to afford to go on a holiday,so i would spend the money on seeing Australia all of it,there are so many fabulous places too see, Reply

Stekel

Posted by: Stekel
Posted: 22nd Oct 2012

Stekel says: All those places are good but there is one better, go all around magnificent Australia and you have everything you could possibly want , Sun-soaked beaches, Swaying Palms, Rain-forests, deserts, mountains, scenery friendly people, open spaces, Motels, Hotels, Backpacking places and Caravan Parks, we have the largest rock in the world and great Islands many close to the Magnificent World Heritage GREAT BARRIER REEF.
i CANNOT THINK OF A BETTER HOLIDAY. Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 22nd May 2013

bj says: Me, I would love go to Ireland and have pratties and walk them green hills,relax in the local pub enjoy a singalong .. then off to Scotland to see a kilt or two.
Money is what it takes, you know that flat stuff bank robbers try to get. But dreams are cheap, also Tv travel programs are here, so I do it really cheap, but just cant seem to taste the food Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 24th May 2013

PGS says: China is high on my hit list. Shanghai was great, but I need way more time there. Korea, Taiwan... It's almost 40 years since I was in Rome, so it must be time for another visit.

Next week I'm in France, and the Phippines the week after.

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freyajane

Posted by: freyajane
Posted: 1st Jun 2013

freyajane says: I think i would travel Europe. See family iv never met. See where my dad grew up But then travel is so expencive. Reply

Lenmontano

Posted by: Lenmontano
Posted: 12th Jul 2013

Lenmontano says: My ultimate destination would be Japan! My second wish would be Vienna Austria! Oh God, please do make my wish come true.. Reply

Evy44

Posted by: Evy44
Posted: 12th Aug 2013

Evy44 says: I would love to do the European river cruises. If I won the lottery I'd do them all one after the other Reply

slavice

Posted by: slavice
Posted: 14th Aug 2013

slavice says: my destinations would be to travel tropical slands/nice warm wearther nearly alwasy garanteed/cultures and the way they live, tours not the travellers tours, but some such as jungle, elehpants/ not the tourist places/ not to sit on the beach and look out at the beauty/that can be done at any time/ but to visit way out towns, and cities not normally on tourists lists/to seek out bush walking and adventure in the wild would then be my choice/ fiji/ thailand, but there little islands would interest me/ yes bali, but not the tourist areas, / see things that others would normaly not/ thankyou Reply

Choun

Posted by: Choun
Posted: 30th Sep 2013

Choun says: Maldives: maybe the last paradise ? For diving, surfing every day in crystal water whilst enjoying hospitality. Reply

gobbytart

Posted by: gobbytart
Posted: 21st Jan 2014

gobbytart says: Cold scenic and hopefully exciting.
I want to go on an Antarctic cruise. Reply

Phani

Posted by: Phani
Posted: 22nd Jan 2014

Phani says: I would prefer to go and visit Pyramids in Egypt, I am crazy about them and wonder about their construction and want to explore the techniques used in building those huge things! Reply

emilyhazel21

Posted by: emilyhazel21
Posted: 8th Feb 2014

emilyhazel21 says: I would definitely go to Thailand and do a ridiculous amount of shopping! Reply

Roselina

Posted by: Roselina
Posted: 27th Feb 2014

Roselina says: I would go to Europe! All of my family is from there, I would love to experience the culture and see all of the country. Europe would be my dream place also because it would be so relaxing and I would love every moment. Reply

Pgayleadasa

Posted by: Pgayleadasa
Posted: 1st Mar 2014

Pgayleadasa says: I would go to the Philippines, because is more fun and its really relaxing Reply

Tatjana

Posted by: Tatjana
Posted: 15th Mar 2014

Tatjana says: Well I thing that the most of us like travelling all over the world, who not... But we all have some favorite place at the world. Place that we already have visited or we want to visit. For me the best place that i would like to visit is some island, some tropical place. Some place to feel the nature, to walk at the sandy beaches, or to have some walk at the tropical forest. I want to visit Maldives. I want to stay at the amazing wooden houses made on the water. I just love lying at beach and looking the sunrise or sunset. I have heard that there is so peaceful, quiet, like you are at the Paradise. I think maybe i will go there for my honeymoon one day :)) Reply

marto74

Posted by: marto74
Posted: 20th Mar 2014

marto74 says: i would travel asia on a scooter try all the different foods learn new cultures and just relax around the pools having a couple of cold ones. Reply

jess312

Posted by: jess312
Posted: 4th Apr 2014

jess312 says: I would go to the Chengdu Panda Zoo to see the 20 or so baby pandas because it would be amazing to see them in real life! Reply

D25

Posted by: D25
Posted: 4th Apr 2014

D25 says: I would like to go to Europe. European cities are famous with their marvelous architecture and elegance. I would like to do some sightseeing and immerse myself in European culture. Starting from Mediterranean to Scandinavia and then to Eastern Europe. Reply

Petrichor

Posted by: Petrichor
Posted: 5th Apr 2014

Petrichor says: I'd love to head up toward the Arctic Circle. Sleep under the northern lights in Finland at that igloo dome hotel, swim in Iceland in the hot pools, trek through snow and make a visit to Santa! Reply

salt

Posted by: salt
Posted: 5th Apr 2014

salt says: PersonallyI would love to go to Italy I have always felt a pull. Walkingon the Brick roads, inhaling the coffee air and talking to the people even though you cant understand them, who knows maybe a holidday affair or find the love of your life. Reply

smoko

Posted by: smoko
Posted: 7th Apr 2014

smoko says: ireland Reply

lanzo

Posted by: lanzo
Posted: 7th Apr 2014

lanzo says: I would go first of all to Hawaii, because that's where I was raised. And just travel to all the beautiful islands of Hawaii and then travel to Tahiti, do all kinds of stuff there, and enjoy the beaches and scenery, then travel to Cook Island, and then to the Bahamas, California, Ney York, all the States of America. Go to Antarctica and see polar bears and feed penguins, than go everywhere in Africa, Europe, Middle East. Spend cash in Dubai. Pretty much travel the world, and buy a yacht! Take my family with me everywhere! Reply

marchred

Posted by: marchred
Posted: 16th Apr 2014

marchred says: Antarctica is on our bucket list. It's certainly one of the last frontiers that have not been impacted by tourism and/or "progress". To see such a pristine wilderness with a variety of animals, birds and sea creatures in their natural habitat would be a wonderful experience.

Visiting Antarctica is currently very expensive because of it's isolation and the specialty transport required so it would be perfect in a "money is no object" scenario. It's actually one of the first things we come up with when we have those "If we won Lotto ..." discussions :) Reply

antzy

Posted by: antzy
Posted: 18th May 2014

antzy says: I'd travel to every single country in Europe, or I would travel to every single state in the US. Reply

chocobuni

Posted by: chocobuni
Posted: 19th May 2014

chocobuni says: I would go to a nice tropical island with a nice resort to just relax at the beach with a cocktail. Somewhere like New Caledonia. Reply

swartz

Posted by: swartz
Posted: 22nd May 2014

swartz says: i would love to go to india as thats where my ancestors are from... Reply

Luobikis

Posted by: Luobikis
Posted: 10th Jun 2014

Luobikis says: If money were not an issue, I would love to go on an around the world photography expedition. I would not want to restrict myself, I would photograph wildlife, people and landscapes.

I would love Tanzania for wildlife; Asia for people; and the Americas for scenery.

What can I say, I would want to go to more than just one place. Reply

Kdowse

Posted by: Kdowse
Posted: 12th Jul 2014

Kdowse says: England and europe to see my family history :) Reply

roks

Posted by: roks
Posted: 3rd Aug 2014

roks says: i would go to las vegas it will be great to see vegas
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dunbaylass

Posted by: dunbaylass
Posted: 24th Oct 2014

dunbaylass says: Why do people take the time to travel overseas when there is so much of Australia to be seen?, My husband and I love travelling and we make a point to travel every year in January and returning home in April, so far we have covered over 300,000 ks, between Perth and Victoria, we have had the best time ever, especially in Port Lincoln S.A,. The easy going life of getting up when ever you want and travel as far as you wish, and the friends you make along the way, can't be beaten, Going overseas having to forever look over your shoulders that you are not offending so culture, or sect, is something that would never appeal to me, Home is where the heart is and Australia is my home and country
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ednamc

Posted by: ednamc
Posted: 14th Dec 2014

ednamc says: Canada in summer because I have never been there. I hate cold weather, but am sure it would be beautiful any time of the year.
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Freedomy

Posted by: Freedomy
Posted: 14th Dec 2014

Freedomy says: Round the world ticket please, stop by China and walk the nearly 300 k wall, pass through small cities and towns. I obviously have the time and the money, I have a round the world ticket. Then to some rice paddy fields in Vietnam. There is a walk (god knows how long in Spain - saw it in a DVD that I want to walk) and the Inka trail in South America, all the while gathering more information on what to do and see as I go along. Travelling like that with a course but flexible alls knowledge to take you where ever you please. I could go to every country and do their walks. Thats what I would like to do and lots of eating. Reply

Ashar

Posted by: Ashar
Posted: 22nd Dec 2014

Ashar says: Any tropical island paradise where my every need was catered for. Reply

jaecam04

Posted by: jaecam04
Posted: 14th Jan 2015

jaecam04 says: Lots of places, Canada, South Africa, Egypt would be my 1,2 and 3. Reply

annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 18th Jan 2015

annie says: we usually go up to Port Stephens when my children were younger.the beaches are nice and clean and the air is clear.Since my children have grown older and do not come away on holidays with us much now my husband and I have discovered cruising.The Pacific pearl is a lovely ship and we had a great cruise when we went down to Melbourne for the Melbourne cup.We have booked another cruise for this september on board the Carnival Spirit so that will be interesting to compare the P and O cruise line and the Carnival cruise line
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glenny18

Posted by: glenny18
Posted: 5th Feb 2015

glenny18 says: I would have to pick two as they are equal dreams, Japan in Autumn and a cruise to Tahiti taking 28 days roughly. Maybe see the Grand Canyon or Europe but don't mind if I don't. Japan for the colours and maples, we have a pretty good Japanese garden and Autumn is so beautiful. We also love cruising as it can be as relaxing as we want it.... Reply

patak

Posted by: patak
Posted: 7th Feb 2015

patak says: I would definitely go to italy Reply

Fio

Posted by: Fio
Posted: 15th Feb 2015

Fio says: South America. I haven't been there. Reply

juanito

Posted by: juanito
Posted: 16th Feb 2015

juanito says: wooooow what a dream?

I will go all around the world but no to Middle East.
South America, Europe, Asia, to all the beautiful places. Reply

lala92

Posted by: lala92
Posted: 16th Feb 2015

lala92 says: Anywhere? Well currently I am 2 weeks into a 6 month adventure overseas though south east Asia, Nepal and Europe. The place I am looking forward to the most is everest base camp in Nepal. But if I could go anywhere for a holiday I'd have to say a small set of islands like the Maldives or in Greece. Reply

pete6743

Posted by: pete6743
Posted: 16th Feb 2015

pete6743 says: Head off back to Greece and out to islands. Just love the life style and the people are friendly. Reply

Benji

Posted by: Benji
Posted: 17th Feb 2015

Benji says: Myanmar (Burma) to see the colonial buildings, pagoda's , river, temples, lifestyle etc before it becomes an overrun commercial tourist place.
Actually I am thinking of booking a trip NOW.
Has anyone been? What was your experience like? The political situation? Reply

darz

Posted by: darz
Posted: 23rd Feb 2015

darz says: I would love to go to Dubai to see the man-made-islands, & Burj Khalifa. Seeing howthey made them on tv looks amazing. Staying in the famous Palm Islands Burj Al Arab, & shopping in the many gold shops. Reply

darz

Posted by: darz
Posted: 23rd Feb 2015

darz says: I would love to go to Dubai to see the man-made-islands, & Burj Khalifa. Seeing howthey made them on tv looks amazing. Staying in the famous Palm Islands Burj Al Arab, & shopping in the many gold shops. Reply

happy2

Posted by: happy2
Posted: 28th Feb 2015

happy2 says: Back to Chile
Most fascinating country I have been to But must add Peru/Macche Picchu this time

Watching the way they deal with a haunted house on the Island of Chiloe is fascinating
They move the house Poor ol ghost is left haunting a vacant piece of earth (: Reply

stevieerose

Posted by: stevieerose
Posted: 28th Feb 2015

stevieerose says: Tonga, to dive with whales Reply

ROCKY

Posted by: ROCKY
Posted: 1st Mar 2015

ROCKY says: would love to cruise the world, on a nice single cabin & on board a nice Ship. Time would not matter & probably up to at least 3 months would be a great duration for a cruise, going to all Countries & tasting new foods,& exploring the world, cruising enables you to relax & observe scenic items you would not see else where Reply

bonacci

Posted by: bonacci
Posted: 3rd Mar 2015

bonacci says: I would travel australia in a motor home van type thingy Reply

nicko76

Posted by: nicko76
Posted: 3rd Mar 2015

nicko76 says: I would love to go to the united kingdom and Ireland and France and Italy and Romania as there is some much history in these countries and the some many very old and beautiful buildings Reply

Mory

Posted by: Mory
Posted: 8th Mar 2015

Mory says: I would go to Tokyo because there is lots of good places you can visit and the price for the ticket is cheap Reply

Talby

Posted by: Talby
Posted: 11th Mar 2015

Talby says: South america Reply

Amy Bamy

Posted by: Amy Bamy
Posted: 12th Mar 2015

Amy Bamy says: I would have to choose Hawaii. I have been there twice now and Im inlove with it. The culture and environment is so fresh and I love how each town in hawaii brings a brand new feel to it. The beaches and volcanoes are phenomenal and I would go to Hawaii if I had the chance any day. Reply

Jewles

Posted by: Jewles
Posted: 14th Mar 2015

Jewles says: If i could go anywhere, regardless of the price i would love to go to Hawaii, as it is a one in the lifetime opportunity, There would also be many activities, to enjoy and stay fit. Reply

Lindam

Posted by: Lindam
Posted: 14th Mar 2015

Lindam says: The Bahamas , so would love it. Reply

Missannie

Posted by: Missannie
Posted: 14th Mar 2015

Missannie says: I would have on my wish list around the world trip for two. I have not traveled outside Australia much but what l have just leaves me wanting more. Reply

Orek

Posted by: Orek
Posted: 14th Mar 2015

Orek says: Great Britain as I am always have been a huge royalist. I want to stand beside Queen Victoria's sarcophagus in the Royal Mausoleum at Frogmore. It is snowing but I am snuggled up in warm clothes with my husband, imagining having been alive when Queen Victoria was alive.

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sussie21

Posted by: sussie21
Posted: 15th Mar 2015

sussie21 says: i would love to take my husband back to country of birth which is Scotland and bring back may old memories Reply

Leeny

Posted by: Leeny
Posted: 15th Mar 2015

Leeny says: Germany, Any where in Germany, it would be lovely, just seeing their culture would be perfect, and defiantly in their winter, love to see a white Christmas. Reply

cookie13

Posted by: cookie13
Posted: 17th Mar 2015

cookie13 says: i would travel the world. there is too many places in the world that i want to visit. India, Phillipines.
there are so many Reply

s

Posted by: s
Posted: 22nd Mar 2015

s says: England, Ireland, Paris and anywhere else my past relatives have lived.
I love history especially family history so that is what I would choose.
So the holiday would be informative, relaxing and a scenic holiday.
Agree?
Reply

Ashar

Posted by: Ashar
Posted: 23rd Mar 2015

Ashar says: Cuba, to experience the life and culture as it is now. Reply

tagalogdjb

Posted by: tagalogdjb
Posted: 25th Mar 2015

tagalogdjb says: simple*The Philippines*I Have met The Woman Of My Dreams & Her 3yo daughter-they are both my princesses and i cannot wait to spend time with them there & meet the entire family in Mindanao..outside of that,i have always had a penchant for British Columbia/Nova Scotia.I Cannot remember What Started it,But Sometime In My Teens (many,many moons ago) i remember the attraction Reply

Shambles

Posted by: Shambles
Posted: 26th Mar 2015

Shambles says: Well I have just done my dream trip.... South America & Antarctica!
So my next dream is to finish it by doing Galapagos Islands & Patagonia. Reply

josh13

Posted by: josh13
Posted: 27th Mar 2015

josh13 says: disney world , america Reply

britstar or shorty

Posted by: britstar or shorty
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

britstar or shorty says: Fiji, Paris, San Francisco, London and Hawaii and many more
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britstar or shorty

Posted by: britstar or shorty
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

britstar or shorty says: also la and California Reply

britstar or shorty

Posted by: britstar or shorty
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

britstar or shorty says: also la and California Reply

DebG

Posted by: DebG
Posted: 29th Mar 2015

DebG says: A cruise to Hawaii and then cruise around the islands. Do a cruise to Alaska, see ancient Egypt, cruise and investigate New Zealand.
My idea of a fantastic holiday at this time is warm, scenic and relaxing (but am happy to be cool for extra scenic) Reply

Kimmie66

Posted by: Kimmie66
Posted: 30th Mar 2015

Kimmie66 says: I would go to Canada. I have always dreamed of seeing the Northern Lights and I love the cold. I also am a huge fan of maple syrup! Reply

SanyiZ

Posted by: SanyiZ
Posted: 30th Mar 2015

SanyiZ says: Singapore for a cultural education on how the natives live! I've been there before but always seem to forget to see or do something! Go for a month and stay in the city in a 5 star hotel and use public transport to see all the sights. Use a taxi to see all the markets and spend time doing some food sampling in different regions or even a little retail therapy.
They don't have pensions or medicare there, so everyone regardless of age or gender has to work.
Last time we met a 78 year old who was cleaning tables in a restaurant and living with 6 others in a shanty town.
I know it's humid there, but that's why you want a 5 star hotel to go back to when you need a rest and to replenish your energy levels. Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 30th Mar 2015

PGS says: I was recently looking at a map for a roadtrip of Europe. Covered pretty near all countries with about 14-20 days driving, allow about 3 months if you actually want to see anything.. :) It looked good. I found a few castles there to stay in, just for something different. Reply

Awissa

Posted by: Awissa
Posted: 30th Mar 2015

Awissa says: Hawaii! Soak in the sun, tan all day long sipping on cocktails, living the life Reply

Bstars

Posted by: Bstars
Posted: 31st Mar 2015

Bstars says: Tasmania for sure !! They had amazing view beside that its also a good place for u to gain some relaxation regarding ur daily routines in city :) . I really love the lavender park and the night view i hope one day i could visit tasmania for sure ;))) Reply

Bstars

Posted by: Bstars
Posted: 31st Mar 2015

Bstars says: Tasmania for sure !! They had amazing view beside that its also a good place for u to gain some relaxation regarding ur daily routines in city :) . I really love the lavender park and the night view i hope one day i could visit tasmania for sure ;))) Reply

Bstars

Posted by: Bstars
Posted: 31st Mar 2015

Bstars says: Tasmania for sure !! They had amazing view beside that its also a good place for u to gain some relaxation regarding ur daily routines in city :) . I really love the lavender park and the night view i hope one day i could visit tasmania for sure ;))) Reply

Mother Marie

Posted by: Mother Marie
Posted: 1st Apr 2015

Mother Marie says: I will go to Ireland and Scotland for a holiday and then to South Africa to visit my Family. Reply

DLO

Posted by: DLO
Posted: 1st Apr 2015

DLO says: If I could go anywhere for a holiday I would like to visit the small Islands off the West Coast of Italy, Capri, Ischia. Reply

Freddie07

Posted by: Freddie07
Posted: 3rd Apr 2015

Freddie07 says: Iran. Iran has an incredible preislamic past wich showcases some of the most amazing feats of history and culture. Reply

rylrebel

Posted by: rylrebel
Posted: 3rd Apr 2015

rylrebel says: either hawaii to just relax and unwind or to japan to play golf with my son Reply

SebastianJ

Posted by: SebastianJ
Posted: 7th Apr 2015

SebastianJ says: Travel around all indonesian island, fishing and surfing all the goods wave around the area and also go to visit all the cultural places in indonesia Reply

browne

Posted by: browne
Posted: 9th Apr 2015

browne says: i would go to Siberia in the middle of winter how many people say they have done that it would make for interesting coffe chat be hard to beet if u don't freeze to death or get eaten buy a Russian bear Reply

CCLP

Posted by: CCLP
Posted: 10th Apr 2015

CCLP says: I would love to visit Fiji as it has amazing weather and has kind locals and fun activities everywhere for anyone to take part in. Reply

Oldsalt

Posted by: Oldsalt
Posted: 10th Apr 2015

Oldsalt says: The Kimberley coastline of australia
Australian scenery. Animal life. Indigenous paintings
Nature waterfalls. Untouched beauty Reply

rosie posie

Posted by: rosie posie
Posted: 10th Apr 2015

rosie posie says: I would go to Japan. Reply

Magdalene

Posted by: Magdalene
Posted: 10th Apr 2015

Magdalene says: I would love to visit Hong Kong for a culinary taste experience and also Central and South America to experience the diversity in cultures. I would like also to see Europe to experience European hospitality. Reply

BuddhistDude

Posted by: BuddhistDude
Posted: 11th Apr 2015

BuddhistDude says: Italy, Ive wanted to go there for as long as I can remember. History, scenery and great food. Reply

YoGabbaGabba

Posted by: YoGabbaGabba
Posted: 11th Apr 2015

YoGabbaGabba says: Dream destination is Bora Bora on the water, but have done the East Coast on the USA and absolutely loved it. Europe is beautiful. Variety is the spice of life, so mix of climates, mix of cultures. I tend to do sightseeing rather than relaxing, but that is a value for money thing. If money was not an issue, crazy pace sightseeing followed by relaxation to wind down towards the end.

I wish I could do six weeks or so every year and just gradually work through a bucket list of countries and cultures. ahhhhh Reply

Emae

Posted by: Emae
Posted: 12th Apr 2015

Emae says: I take a trip exploring the whole of Australia from its indiginous out back landscapes learning the culture & eating local traditional foods to every city exploring the market places & explore the nook & crany cafe's or dining areas, then I'd love to cruise around the Polynesian Islands eating my way around on fresh seafood, fresh fruits whilst learning the cultural dances, I'd then zoom over to Alaska for a spot of trout fishing, fresh air & local mingling, plus id jet over to Ethiopia to volunteer with the not for profit Orgs serving those in need, jet over to Vietnam & donate time serving in an orphanage & lastly I'd return home to do a spot of fishing & camping in the Otways amongst the gum trees & the koalas... Reply

vonhist

Posted by: vonhist
Posted: 13th Apr 2015

vonhist says: If I could go there safely South America to see Aztec ruins. Though if I won lotto it would be a world trip over 2 years not just one place. Reply

Akash

Posted by: Akash
Posted: 14th Apr 2015

Akash says: I have a dream to be on the Salt Water Lakes in Bolivia, South America. It is one of the most spectacular expedition to experience for me. The drive on such a terrain which reflects sky on road for miles. It is as if you are driving in the Air. It is an isolated area, but not far from the civilization. Reply

Trinis

Posted by: Trinis
Posted: 16th Apr 2015

Trinis says: I would love to do a world tour.... I mean every country, try a little of every culture would be living the dream.
In no given time frame, so I could stay longer in some places if I wanted to explore some more than others.
I really want to visit Egypt and Iceland aand Morocco.
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Jozsi

Posted by: Jozsi
Posted: 16th Apr 2015

Jozsi says: Hungary to tour the country go to wineries and enjoy their world class vines as well as their cooking especially roast goose all in summer of course and Austria to seed my fathers and ancestors birth places. Also Germany to retrace my journey as a refugee after the war in 1945. Reply

Kerryanne

Posted by: Kerryanne
Posted: 22nd Apr 2015

Kerryanne says: I would take my husband to the United Kingdom and we would hire a campervan and drive along roads into little villages and explore. Also take him to Russia and other European Countries he would like to see as he is a big history buff. Reply

jen1

Posted by: jen1
Posted: 23rd Apr 2015

jen1 says: Canada. safe country, if you dont get hyjacked on the way. Reply

bulldogproud

Posted by: bulldogproud
Posted: 26th Apr 2015

bulldogproud says: I have become a huge fan of cruising in recent times. I have taken five over the past two years (two with Royal Caribbean and two with Celebrity). We are about to take our first cruise with Princess in July. So far the cruises have taken us to: New Zealand, Fiji, Vanuatu, New Caledonia, Singapore, South Korea, China, Hong Kong, Italy, Greece, Turkey and Malaysia. The one in July takes us to Japan and a small island in Russia.
If I could travel anywhere, it would still be a cruise, but one through Alaska. The cruise price is fine but it is the cost of airfares that is prohibitive.
An Asian River cruise would also be good, and more affordable!
Cheers Reply

jeykill

Posted by: jeykill
Posted: 29th Apr 2015

jeykill says: I really want to go again to the Panama canal. Last time I went to Miami from Los angeles but it didn't go through the Panama canal. Reply

nikkicole

Posted by: nikkicole
Posted: 8th May 2015

nikkicole says: I would sail around the bora bora islands while staying at some of the resorts for a few nights stop then fly from there to Ireland as it has always been my dream to go to Ireland, after then I would then fly to America and go to Disney world :) Reply

Jackie.

Posted by: Jackie.
Posted: 15th May 2015

Jackie. says: I would travel through England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland. Reply

chicken69

Posted by: chicken69
Posted: 18th May 2015

chicken69 says: I would go to Tahiti bora bora and stay in an overwater bungalow Reply

nifty31

Posted by: nifty31
Posted: 21st May 2015

nifty31 says: Canada in a heart beat. Have seen some of it but still got more of it to see have not seen any of the coast of Canada or the praire country Reply

Kuro

Posted by: Kuro
Posted: 22nd May 2015

Kuro says: i would like to visit all 4 season in japan Reply

coledy

Posted by: coledy
Posted: 26th May 2015

coledy says: i would go to america because they have so many things that you could see. also they have LA which is an amazing part of america and they have so may amusement parks and fun places to got to and we could try new foods and have new experience Reply

jor0993

Posted by: jor0993
Posted: 2nd Jun 2015

jor0993 says: My Dream is Vegas and Grand Canyon. I would love to get lost in the atmosphere of Vegas and see the Granduer of the Canyon. I have only ever seen it on TV and would one day like to visit. I am not sure I would say this would be a holiday as I am sure I would never stop to relax, it would be looking and shopping. Reply

peanuts mum

Posted by: peanuts mum
Posted: 6th Jun 2015

peanuts mum says: Been to Canada before and would go back in a heartbeat Reply

T.tony

Posted by: T.tony
Posted: 11th Jun 2015

T.tony says: I would go where ever my destiny takes me.. i love to be free so i go where ever the trip takes me Reply

Ninan

Posted by: Ninan
Posted: 12th Jun 2015

Ninan says: UK Reply

Bigpalooka

Posted by: Bigpalooka
Posted: 15th Jun 2015

Bigpalooka says: Europe as I would like to soak in its history & visit countries like France & Italy. Reply

billyt72

Posted by: billyt72
Posted: 16th Jun 2015

billyt72 says: Pompeii! When I was 9 the Pompeii exhibition came to Brisbane and I went with my class to see it, I've been fascinated ever since. I would stay in luxury hotels in Italy and hire a driver to take myself and my partner out to Pompeii and anything related to it, then drive down the coast in a convertible. Reply

pierina

Posted by: pierina
Posted: 16th Jun 2015

pierina says: I would go to the maldives and sit on one of their island sandy beaches on my towel or armchair in my bikini and drink cocktails, enjoy the sun on my skin and relax gently listening to the waves tumbling over one another. Reply

kaza1

Posted by: kaza1
Posted: 17th Jun 2015

kaza1 says: I would stay in Australia, . The best place to be and travel. I would load my camper up with my partner and doggie and go on the road for about 35 weeks Reply

chickenman

Posted by: chickenman
Posted: 18th Jun 2015

chickenman says: a few places; NZ because i love the Country
Egypt because of its Heritage
and Britain to visit the home of my ancestors Reply

flo

Posted by: flo
Posted: 20th Jun 2015

flo says: would love to go on worldwide ocean cruise and visit everywhere, then upon my return I would love to hitch up a caravan and do a very leisurely travel all over Australia. Come on big lotto win!!! Reply

tagalogdjb

Posted by: tagalogdjb
Posted: 24th Jun 2015

tagalogdjb says: Since I Was A Young Teenage Boy,I Have felt An Association With & A Passion For Canada,British Columbia,Newfoundland...it's so long ago,i can't even remember what sparked it,but it's always been there.I have no relations,or long lost descendants, that i'm aware, who have a connection there,so even though my next port of call will be to see my girlfriend & meet her family,in the Philippines,this year,I Would Splurge On A Holiday To Those Aforementioned Places,hopefully with my possible future Filipio Wife,who knows? here's hoping Reply

Dora

Posted by: Dora
Posted: 29th Jun 2015

Dora says: I'd do a round the world trip if it was an option & include in my tour Russia, Portugal, South America, Morocco & Japan Reply

gobbytart

Posted by: gobbytart
Posted: 1st Jul 2015

gobbytart says: I.ve just done it and been there.
For my 60th birthday I treated myself to a cruise to Antarctica.
It was totally awesome. The weather was great seas calm and the wildlife plentiful. What more could I want. I have now visited all 7 continents Reply

Tinacalc

Posted by: Tinacalc
Posted: 2nd Jul 2015

Tinacalc says: Austria, it looks interesting and some of the photos I've seen of the country side make it seem an amazing place. Then I'd like to visit France, the big and small towns as well.
Reply

snowbelldb

Posted by: snowbelldb
Posted: 3rd Jul 2015

snowbelldb says: I would start in Europe taking in all the sights, then off to Africa for a safari, Oman to catch up with friends, fly over to NYC to start my American/Canadian adventure. Reply

jackdaw

Posted by: jackdaw
Posted: 3rd Jul 2015

jackdaw says: I would go to the UK. It is where I was born and I have never been back there after coming to Australia. Regardless of price.....well I would most definitely fly First Class either Qantas or Emirates on the Airbus A380. Would spend some weeks in the UK, checking out rellies and doing the complete tour.
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justal

Posted by: justal
Posted: 3rd Jul 2015

justal says: There are so many places I would like to go it's hard to choose one, but South America is definitely on my list not exactly sure where but it seems so mysterious, dark and yet so alive and colourful. Reply

aquagal

Posted by: aquagal
Posted: 3rd Jul 2015

aquagal says: i think it's very unusual but i like to go to Egypt because it's my dream. Reply

Lina7378

Posted by: Lina7378
Posted: 4th Jul 2015

Lina7378 says: It has to be scenic because I love the to see how each countries differ naturally. One place that I really wanted to go is New Zealand where it has the most beautiful scenery and I'd like to trace the locations where the Lord of the Rings were filmed. That aside, I would to go for an European tour, again for the scenery and cultural experiences. Reply

giznjack

Posted by: giznjack
Posted: 5th Jul 2015

giznjack says: I would love to cruise the world. Take a year off work, book a suite on the QM2, and go see this beautiful planet we live on. Reply

Tilly132

Posted by: Tilly132
Posted: 6th Jul 2015

giznjack says: I would love to cruise the world. Take a year off work, book a suite on the QM2, and go see this beautiful planet we live on.

Tilly132 says: Being an Australian who has never gone over seas, I would probably head towards going to England and exploring the country side out there. The main reason I would go to England would to be able to get the opportunity to go to a shop that many people in my family talk about. Has anyone here ever had a nice holiday in Australia. Reply

Amu

Posted by: Amu
Posted: 6th Jul 2015

Amu says: I love to go to England to watch Ashes Test between Australia & England. That will be awesome. I look forward to that.
Reply

chequers

Posted by: chequers
Posted: 7th Jul 2015

chequers says: The USA, and revisit New York, Salem MA, Fort Worth, and a little ghost town called Calico, between Las Vegas and Los Angeles.
I'd love to be there in winter, and have a white Christmas, and spend New Year's Eve in Times Square.
Also, I'd love to visit the UK. Most of my ancestors were from there, and I'd love to visit. Reply

afn1960

Posted by: afn1960
Posted: 8th Jul 2015

afn1960 says: Philippines, tour the islands, enjoy the warmth (hate the cold ) try spend 3 months there away from the cold 3 winter months here Reply

ZeldaMay93

Posted by: ZeldaMay93
Posted: 10th Jul 2015

ZeldaMay93 says: I would go everywhere! Namely Europe though, but I'd start off by hiking Machu Picchu, then go backpacking around Europe before taking a roadtrip across America and finishing up in Bora Bora Reply

ggbb

Posted by: ggbb
Posted: 16th Jul 2015

ggbb says: Kunming in China as my friend lives there but it also is a great place to visit and places to see are just over the top ++++ the PEOPLE are warm friendly and make you feel @ home ................... Reply

silverdragon

Posted by: silverdragon
Posted: 17th Jul 2015

silverdragon says: Hong Kong for a relaxing holiday Reply

noekee

Posted by: noekee
Posted: 18th Jul 2015

noekee says: I would fly to Vancouver take a train ride through the Rockies,to Regina and back then board a ship and sail through Alaska, then come back and sail around the Hawaiin islands, then on the same ship sail from Hawaii back to Sydney via Tahaiti . Reply

mroutdoorsy

Posted by: mroutdoorsy
Posted: 19th Jul 2015

mroutdoorsy says: i would like to go to the carribean for a holiday and just relax on the beach fish and go boating. but i would also go to queensland to port douglass Reply

mroutdoorsy

Posted by: mroutdoorsy
Posted: 19th Jul 2015

mroutdoorsy says: i would like to go to the carribean for a holiday and just relax on the beach fish and go boating. but i would also go to queensland to port douglass.
Always wanted to explore the carribean area and florida off the usa. Reply

Skylark

Posted by: Skylark
Posted: 23rd Jul 2015

Skylark says: I'd do another USA road trip. Had a ball on the last one. LA to New York & back. Stopping at every Air Force Base, aircraft museum, warship museum & car museum on the way. Memories of having only country music, scamming
preachers, or right wing nutters or tyre hum to listen too. Tyre hum won.
Reply

Beckstar31

Posted by: Beckstar31
Posted: 26th Jul 2015

Beckstar31 says: I would definitely go to the USA and buy the biggest black hummer I could find and drive from west to east on route 66. I have always wanted to do it and see small town America. All the places you see on movies - the street side diners, servers called Flo and taste all the american food along the way.
It would be a foodie tour across the country.
I love driving so it would be a warm and relaxing holiday for me. Also I would go in summer for hopeful good weather and a need not to take too many bulky clothes.
I would go with an empty suitcase and buy all new clothes along the way.
I am also makeup made so this would be a big purchase every step of the way.
I want to go to all those american stereotypes - Walmart to see the People of Walmart, In and Out Burger, Roadside Diner, Taco Bell, etc.
Also see the main attractions along the way.
I would stay in 5 star hotels ONLY and have a massage everyday and a spa day every week.
I could go on but this would definitely be a dream holiday for me. Reply

woosif

Posted by: woosif
Posted: 27th Jul 2015

woosif says: Oh Bora Bora Taihiti - or maybe carribean - Virgin islands
Reply

cooperjake

Posted by: cooperjake
Posted: 27th Jul 2015

cooperjake says: Canada and the Rocky mountains Reply

ggbb

Posted by: ggbb
Posted: 1st Aug 2015

ggbb says: Kunming Reply

dylo

Posted by: dylo
Posted: 3rd Aug 2015

dylo says: I would definitely got to a Nordic country like Norway. It is so beautiful, peaceful and serene. Reply

angry mum

Posted by: angry mum
Posted: 12th Aug 2015

angry mum says: If I could go anywhere in the world, it would have to be Spain, where I was born. Only a couple of relatives left. I know I will never get the opportunity to go. I came to Australia when I was 5 and now in my 50's. Other than that, if I ever got the chance, I would take my boys to Disneyland. Reply

feebeebee

Posted by: feebeebee
Posted: 14th Aug 2015

feebeebee says: Love to go to UK the beautiful green landscapes visit the castles pop over to see the queen what a wonderful adventure Reply

Scissors

Posted by: Scissors
Posted: 14th Aug 2015

Scissors says: I would head straight to London and find a base to stay there. After exploring London, I would head to Paris. I would spend time in Paris and France in general. As I love history and architecture, these two places alone would keep me very busy. Then I would go to Barcelona, explore there, after which I would board a Holland America ship to do a Mediterranean cruise, which would take in places along the French Riveria, Italy, Greece, Malta, Croatia, Monaco etc. The cruise would finish in Venice after 22 days, where I would spend at least a week. Then take the fast train from Venice to Rome and spend at least a week in Rome. From there I would head back to London and I would like to base myself there for at least 6 months and from this base I would venture to other European destinations. Wow, I would love to do that. Reply

Didles

Posted by: Didles
Posted: 18th Aug 2015

Didles says: I would take the whole family including kids and grandkids and head to the States or Denmark for a white Christmas! I would then be able to catch up with our exchange students from many years ago who are now parents themselves. It would be a real family get together. Reply

pothum

Posted by: pothum
Posted: 18th Aug 2015

pothum says:

Definitely warm with a beach and plenty of R&R

Reply

sophiew011

Posted by: sophiew011
Posted: 21st Aug 2015

sophiew011 says: Canada. I don't know why, just ever since I was a kid I've always loved the idea of moving to Canada. Reply

cintaaam

Posted by: cintaaam
Posted: 22nd Aug 2015

cintaaam says: i would go to spain as i am a massive real madrid fan (soccer) and would love to learn their culture Reply

msjasmineyong

Posted by: msjasmineyong
Posted: 29th Aug 2015

msjasmineyong says: If I had the money to travel , it will be paris , london , new york , california and tokyo . I guess Paris is mostly the "dream" place for hopeless romantic girls . I would want to have my honeymoon with my boyfriend in Paris ! I'm always a sucker for anything english , therefore London is heaven to me . Also if I have a british accent I would talk all day . New york is pretty self explanotary , a girl who loves shopping like me that's where I want to be . The fact that I am in love with sushi and i can eat sushi almost everyday , i would love to visit japan tokyo , not only the food is amazing but the culture aswell ! Reply

Gie

Posted by: Gie
Posted: 31st Aug 2015

Gie says: If i can go anywhere in the world i will choose to visit Norway. I really want to see northern lights and for me norway is the best place to go to see a beautiful place, relax and to do whatever you want to do. Reply

Buna

Posted by: Buna
Posted: 2nd Sep 2015

Buna says: I would fly to Europe and visit every country before heading to the US starting from the Eastcoast through to the Westcoast than flying to Hawaii and cruising back through the Pacific back to Australia Reply

annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 6th Sep 2015

annie says: We have recently started going cruising on the P @ O lines.We have been to New Zealand on the Pacific Pearl and it was a wonderful experience.In October 2014 once again went on the Pacific Pearl on a Melbourne cup cruise.This was an experience of seeing the Melbourne cup and going on a cruise at the same time.Cruising is fun as the accommodation is paid for and the meals on board are quite nice and tasty.If you havent been on a cruise give it a go Reply

Burnt Out Digger

Posted by: Burnt Out Digger
Posted: 9th Sep 2015

Burnt Out Digger says: I would like to visit Scandinavia so that I can see the Norwegian fiords and the light of the midnight sun. I would also like to vist Canada and see the Rockies. Reply

Herby

Posted by: Herby
Posted: 12th Sep 2015

Herby says: I would travel around the islands of Fiji and Vanuatu with my family. It would be in summer so you could lounge on beaches and go for a swim in crystal clear waters to cool off. Reply

Fi5

Posted by: Fi5
Posted: 12th Sep 2015

Fi5 says: My list of places is very long. I went to the Galapagos Islands a couple of years ago and would go back in a minute for longer. The wildlife was amazing. I would also like to go to Borneo to see the Orang-utans. Sadly, these amazing creatures may be extinct within my lifetime and I would love to see them in the wild in their nature park. Reply

Kiwigal

Posted by: Kiwigal
Posted: 14th Sep 2015

Kiwigal says: Go and do some voluntary work in a third world country!! You will never find anything more rewarding than this. My heart is in Guatemala where I work for a period every year and I have started my own charity where I know that every cent donated gets to the children I run a Preschool in an Orphanage for. I am solely responsible to keep this going and it's so worth it!! Reply

gquach

Posted by: gquach
Posted: 15th Sep 2015

gquach says: somewhere cold, I would want to go to northern Europe during the times where there are snow. Reply

mustang6000

Posted by: mustang6000
Posted: 29th Sep 2015

mustang6000 says: We would take a 'Round the World' cruise on one of the prestige liners for a minimum of 6 months. Reply

Mishakal

Posted by: Mishakal
Posted: 2nd Oct 2015

Mishakal says: Disney land in hk. I heard it is really fun ;) Reply

AshleighLK

Posted by: AshleighLK
Posted: 5th Oct 2015

AshleighLK says: Machu Pichu! I would love to do the Eldorado trail Reply

Angieg

Posted by: Angieg
Posted: 12th Oct 2015

Angieg says: I would travel all around the coast of Australia and then head inland - there are too many places to mention but I love this country so much. Regarding traveling overseas, my heritage is from Germany so it would be interesting to discover family ancestry. My son would love to travel USA so that would probably happen also. Just dreaming about all the adventures that could happen makes my mind race! Reply

Kyant

Posted by: Kyant
Posted: 15th Oct 2015

Kyant says: I will go to Northern Territory and spend a couple of months with learning from the pearl divers Reply

Clareann87

Posted by: Clareann87
Posted: 21st Oct 2015

Clareann87 says: I would go sailing around the Greek Island or Croatia! Friends of mine have done it and it looks amazing! Be great to just lie on the deck and sun bake. But for a wintery holiday I would love to go somewhere and snowboard and see the northern lights like Canada or Alaska. It would be amazing to see bears or even a moose! Reply

wezo

Posted by: wezo
Posted: 4th Feb 2016

wezo says: i would love to go back to Iceland,nature at its wildest,whales and brown spotted dolphans in the sea,cute wild horsees on the lowlands,volcanos everywhere,ice flows in the mountains ice burgs everywhere ,wow Reply

jen32

Posted by: jen32
Posted: 14th Feb 2016

jen32 says: Europe and fiji Reply

frannymanny

Posted by: frannymanny
Posted: 23rd Feb 2016

frannymanny says: I would go on a world cruise. I would only have to unpack once and I could become familiar with the ship while going ashore to exotic places. I have done a couple of cruises and I absolutely loved it. I would love a long long cruise. This gives relaxation and excitement, comfort and adventure. Perfect! Reply

mose

Posted by: mose
Posted: 26th Feb 2016

mose says: BASE CAMP AT EVEREST WHICH I THINK WOULD BE EXHILERATING.
I DOUBT WHETHER I WOULD HAVE THE ABILITY OR STAMINA TO CLIMB MOUNT EVEREST MYSELF, BUT TO HANG AROUND WITHY THE VARIOUS CLIMBING REAMS AND TO HEAR OF THEIR EXPERIENCES AND CONQUESTS IN THIS AND OTHER PAST CLIMBS WOULD BE A REAL ETE OPENER Reply

wezo

Posted by: wezo
Posted: 1st Mar 2016

wezo says: my one wish would be to go back to iceland,when you are interested in how the earth was formed ,and what might happen in the future this is the place to be.Standing on two of the moving plates that could split the world apart is out of this world Reply

Sue

Posted by: Sue
Posted: 23rd Apr 2016

wezo says: my one wish would be to go back to iceland,when you are interested in how the earth was formed ,and what might happen in the future this is the place to be.Standing on two of the moving plates that...

Sue says: Sue says: I would love to return to the Antarctica. I travelled on my own for the first time and it was the best most exhilarating experience I have had. Thoroughly enjoyed the small town of Ushuaia and would love to explore more of Argentina, such a diverse country.
Antarctica - what can I say. The first sighting of icebergs was just so fantastic I nearly cried. when we had our first trip on the Zodiacs to get up close to them and to walk on the Antarctic, I did cry. We had many sighting of sea lions, penquins and whales. Some were so close you could nearly touch them.
I just want to go again and again. Reply

roy richard

Posted by: roy richard
Posted: 1st Mar 2016

roy richard says: simole question . egypt but to dangerous Reply

Lyn

Posted by: Lyn
Posted: 5th Mar 2016

Lyn says: canada & the south polar region before it's spoilt beyond repair. Reply

heeleen

Posted by: heeleen
Posted: 11th Mar 2016

heeleen says: Ireland/Scotland just travel around and soak up the accents, the green grass, the hills, the oceans, any time of the year would be great with me. Reply

Shennae

Posted by: Shennae
Posted: 24th Mar 2016

Shennae says: i want to visit family in New Zealand and experience a winter that is actually cold. I want to see the snow and Frans Josef Glacier. I want to go play in the snow and throw a snowball at someone! Reply

AnneS

Posted by: AnneS
Posted: 27th Mar 2016

AnneS says: I would like to go to Japan, it is one of the places we have not been to and recently friends have told me about some of the beautiful and fascinating places to visit there. I would prefer to go on a tour where you don't have to worry about where you are staying or how to get there. Reply

helhy

Posted by: helhy
Posted: 30th Mar 2016

helhy says: Hawaii, Friendly ,warm, relaxing Reply

Brimsy

Posted by: Brimsy
Posted: 30th Mar 2016

Brimsy says: New Zealand Reply

Billy

Posted by: Billy
Posted: 10th Apr 2016

Billy says: Canada! Scenic wonderland. From the west to the east and north to south, there is so much to experience. I could spend five or six months there. Reply

Hes

Posted by: Hes
Posted: 12th Apr 2016

Hes says: amazing that the Caribean is not mentioned.Just soak up the sun and beaches in Barbados Reply

Sue

Posted by: Sue
Posted: 23rd Apr 2016

Sue says: I would love to return to the Antarctica. I travelled on my own for the first time and it was the best most exhilarating experience I have had. Thoroughly enjoyed the small town of Ushuaia and would love to explore more of Argentina, such a diverse country.
Antarctica - what can I say. The first sighting of icebergs was just so fantastic I nearly cried. when we had our first trip on the Zodiacs to get up close to them and to walk on the Antarctic, I did cry. We had many sighting of sea lions, penquins and whales. Some were so close you could nearly touch them.
I just want to go again and again. Reply

yoyo65

Posted by: yoyo65
Posted: 25th Apr 2016

yoyo65 says: canada Reply

Charlotte

Posted by: Charlotte
Posted: 12th May 2016

Charlotte says: I would enjoy planning my overseas wedding much more! I would book 2 weeks in the Maldives and pay for all of my guests, then enjoy a lovely kid free honeymoon in Bora Bora. Apart from that specific place, I would quit work to simply travel the world, raising my kids on the road. Reply

Laura30061115

Posted by: Laura30061115
Posted: 12th May 2016

Laura30061115 says: Jasper National Park, Canada! It's amazingly beautiful and I'd love to go hiking and take photos. Then again, I'm afraid of everything that these days, I don't even like leaving the house! Reply

echo

Posted by: echo
Posted: 13th May 2016

echo says: I would go to Northern Ireland as it is a wonderful country,and the people are so friendly after all it is God's own country. Reply

 Matthew

Posted by: Matthew
Posted: 14th May 2016

Matthew says: Well I think there three Continents which I love totally, and they are my beloved Europe, Australia, and North America... So Iceland in particular 'cause there's no crime just about! :). Russia because it is the largest Country in the world and an Orthodox Christian Country!! Canada from North America, because of the so many Islands, waterways, lakes and rivers. And Tasmania because of it's cool to cold climate from Australia... Reply

duanne

Posted by: duanne
Posted: 16th May 2016

duanne says: I would go around the world on new years night chasing the sun Reply

Hes

Posted by: Hes
Posted: 17th May 2016

Hes says: to the caribean, where else, soak up sun, weather and beaches Reply

Wildcat

Posted by: Wildcat
Posted: 19th May 2016

Wildcat says: Anywhere in the world? There are 3 places I would like to travel to the first would be returning to Ottawa, Canada to see my friend and her family, the second would be to return to Mexico City where I lived for nearly three years and the third would be to go to Cairns and just lazy by the water. The first two will probably never happen, but am working on the last one like crazy. Cheers everyone. Reply

PROBIN

Posted by: PROBIN
Posted: 19th May 2016

PROBIN says: BROOME - WA.
Once worked in Darwin and every person who lived in the Northern part of Australia from NW Cape to Townsville stated that Broome was the place to go to. No exceptions.
Cable Beach, camel rides, fishing, pearls, inland 4WD tours, BBQ under the stars, open air cinema, Japanese Cemetry, boating, Aboriginal dance show, scuba diving. It is all there. Reply

Sonnie

Posted by: Sonnie
Posted: 19th May 2016

Sonnie says: I would love to go back to Hawaii. I travelled there 2 years ago & spent a few days on Oahu before joining a cruise back to Australia. There is so much to do in Hawaii & i just scratched the surface. Reply

espoir

Posted by: espoir
Posted: 19th May 2016

espoir says: Maldives definitely. It is warm and relaxing and luxurious. Reply

Ruby1955

Posted by: Ruby1955
Posted: 19th May 2016

Ruby1955 says: Canada is my dream trip. There are still a lot of places I would love to go in Australia and New Zealand Reply

kfactor

Posted by: kfactor
Posted: 20th May 2016

kfactor says: I would love to go to Fiji, no particular reason, would just love to see it. My husband would love to go to Ireland and be able to take his ageing father and brother. There they would love to trace a bit more of their family tree. Maybe one day when they pick the right numbers, of course I mean mine, this would be possible - oh wouldn't that be nice. Reply

annmaria

Posted by: annmaria
Posted: 20th May 2016

annmaria says: i want to go to cairns QLD . on the south pacific train or the ghan Reply

Cazza1989

Posted by: Cazza1989
Posted: 21st May 2016

Cazza1989 says: I'd visit the Bahamas during their spring/summer, it seems like a very nice place! Reply

JessicaKateMcilwrath

Posted by: JessicaKateMcilwrath
Posted: 23rd May 2016

JessicaKateMcilwrath says: I would LOVE to go to Ireland as my nan and pa both came from there. It would be awesome to go and visit long lost relatives of mine who still live there. Reply

frannymanny

Posted by: frannymanny
Posted: 23rd May 2016

frannymanny says: I have always wanted to do a Trafalgar bus tour of the UK and Europe. I would add a few days to spend with my sister in law in London. Reply

jacko

Posted by: jacko
Posted: 30th May 2016

jacko says: I would love to travel to the seychelles where I was born, beautiful weather all year round and the loveliest beaches you will ever see Reply

Geevesy75

Posted by: Geevesy75
Posted: 31st May 2016

Geevesy75 says: Tahiti..... A beautiful bungalow over the water in a crystal clear lagoon. That would be the perfect way to relax. A nanny to bring the kids but look after them at the main (non-water) resort would be even better. Reply

Clarev

Posted by: Clarev
Posted: 1st Jun 2016

Clarev says: I would go on a river cruise through Amsterdam, Budapest and Paris. I would love to see these beautiful, ancient cities. Reply

Clarev

Posted by: Clarev
Posted: 1st Jun 2016

Clarev says: I would go on a river cruise through Amsterdam, Budapest and Paris. I would love to see these beautiful, ancient cities. Reply

flaemsk

Posted by: flaemsk
Posted: 2nd Jun 2016

flaemsk says: Macchu Picchu cos idk ive always wanted to go there OR anywhere the Northern Lights / Aurora Borealiz shines OR Nepal & Thailand just for spiritual purposes i realy dont know but macchupicchu is definitely on my bucket list lol Reply

smeedith

Posted by: smeedith
Posted: 17th Jun 2016

smeedith says: I would go to England to meet my uncle (my late father's brother) before he passes away (He is 90 years old now). I would also like to meet my cousins and their children. I have no other family here in Australia except for my older brother who lives with me as our mother has also passed away. My bro and myself were both born here in Australia. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 28th Jun 2016

smeedith says: I would go to England to meet my uncle (my late father's brother) before he passes away (He is 90 years old now). I would also like to meet my cousins and their children. I have no other family...

says: Reading your reply made me think of my own life. I also have family overseas who I desperately want to see but have noway of making it happen.
I hope you get to see your uncle.
Best wishes.
Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 28th Jun 2016

says: Usually my answer is Scotland or Ireland, but lately I have a major craving for the warmth of Spain.
I have been completely devoured by the culture and traditions of Spain and want to experience it first hand.
It also doesn't help that everything a guy says in Spanish sounds ridiculously romantic. Reply

MJ21

Posted by: MJ21
Posted: 29th Jun 2016

MJ21 says: England, just because I have always wanted to see where Doctor Who and Torchwood were filmed and I love BBC crime shows. Reply

wetinkler

Posted by: wetinkler
Posted: 30th Jun 2016

wetinkler says: If I could go anywhere in the world I would backpack around Europe, alternating between the party destinations, such as Berlin and Amsterdam, as well as the more relaxed beachy kind of places such as Portugal etc Reply

Misanthropicwolf666

Posted by: Misanthropicwolf666
Posted: 30th Jun 2016

Misanthropicwolf666 says: I'd go to Japan in late winter and early spring or maybe even autumn, i really want to explore it and be sureounded by a different culture, it just seems so exciting Reply

Kezzaj

Posted by: Kezzaj
Posted: 30th Jun 2016

Kezzaj says: The Maldives.. Reply

BibbyKat

Posted by: BibbyKat
Posted: 8th Jul 2016

BibbyKat says: Firstly, a cruise around Australia and then around Australia in my own caravan. sigh ... this would be a dream come true Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 13th Jul 2016

says: I would go to Canada because recently a few of my friends went there for a holiday and their snapchats looked amazing. The scenery looks absolutely incredible and I would love to see it in person. Reply

Mim88032

Posted by: Mim88032
Posted: 14th Jul 2016

Mim88032 says: I would 100% go to Canada as i LOVE the cold weather and would be able to ski and snowboard!!! The scenery is also lovely as are the people plus it woud be great to visit my family there. My second place of choice would be Switzerland as the scenery is incredible (mountain, laes, lodges, fields, etc) and I would love to go paragliding off of the mountains! My third preference would be a road trip around America or Eurpoe to see the sights, try the cuisines and go shopping! Reply

MizLil

Posted by: MizLil
Posted: 15th Jul 2016

MizLil says: I would love to go to Jamaica, Caribbean, Trinidad, Toronto, bora bora, anywhere near the ocean. Reply

Katherine30218445

Posted by: Katherine30218445
Posted: 15th Jul 2016

Katherine30218445 says: The middle east - though I'm limited by more than money. I wish I could have seen all of it, before it was too dangerous to go. My mum has been all around the world, she said it is/was the most beautiful place on the planet for her. Reply

Cazza1989

Posted by: Cazza1989
Posted: 17th Jul 2016

Cazza1989 says: I'd visit the Maldives :) Reply

sam30218463

Posted by: sam30218463
Posted: 18th Jul 2016

sam30218463 says: I would go to Amsterdam and then to the Phillipines as i have many friends who live there. Reply

Sitr1x

Posted by: Sitr1x
Posted: 20th Jul 2016

Sitr1x says: I'd most likely do a very kind to Thailand and see the islands there, then head over to Japan =) Reply

John30241255

Posted by: John30241255
Posted: 24th Jul 2016

John30241255 says: Russia.
Russia has vast amounts of protected wilderness filled with amazing wildlife and landscape. They also have some of the best models of joint management with indigenous peoples. I would go to Russia Reply

Julie29954813

Posted by: Julie29954813
Posted: 25th Jul 2016

Julie29954813 says: Would love to see the rest of my country 1st as think we should all See our own country before we go see somewhere else Reply

lonestar

Posted by: lonestar
Posted: 27th Jul 2016

lonestar says: I would go to NZ at the moment. or any island with resorts and spa like fiji, Hawaii ideally. Relax and forget the routine.. :D Reply

Sera marie

Posted by: Sera marie
Posted: 28th Jul 2016

Sera marie says: West Coast of the USA, do a road trip down t he coast and then travel on the Route 66 to the east cost. preferable during summer Reply

IJC

Posted by: IJC
Posted: 4th Aug 2016

IJC says: I would like to go to Japan. Then I can visit many places of interest. Shopping and eating are my favorite things to do. There are lots of different delicious foods and heaps of fashionable and unique clothes, useful and creative stationary in Japan. Also, it would be so enjoyable and lovely to have a picnic under a cherry blossom tree with family or friends. In addition, Japan is famous for Animation, so I can buy some gifts with animation design on it for my friends who love watching anime:). Last but not least, I'd love to try on Kimono, a kind of Japanese costume! Reply

Stefan30245670

Posted by: Stefan30245670
Posted: 4th Aug 2016

Stefan30245670 says: I would go everywhere! I would travel to all the top world destinations. First on my list would be to go skiing at the world's best ski resorts and visit the world's most famous beaches. I would set foot in each corner of the world and discover places that I never even knew existed Reply

dante368

Posted by: dante368
Posted: 17th Aug 2016

dante368 says: JAPAN!! I'd tour through the wacky Tokyo city, into the 'Nation's Kitchen' Osaka, as well Kyoto, Hokkaido and more. I'd make sure to check out the cat cafes, chill in Onsens (hot spring baths), nightlife, beautiful countryside and buzzing city life! Reply

Mazzie Maz

Posted by: Mazzie Maz
Posted: 21st Aug 2016

Mazzie Maz says: I would go on a huge Europe trip for a year if I had an endless supply of money! But specifically I would go to Italu because it has everything. It has so much history and culture in Rome, I could visit the Vatican and admire the art. Then I could go to the countryside and live like a peasant. But then to top it all off I can go to the beach and relax like a real rich queen! So much to offer!!! Reply

wezo

Posted by: wezo
Posted: 24th Aug 2016

wezo says: just to be different,thats me,i would head straight to iceland,wow what a country,but only in their summer,if you want to see nature at its most extreme,giant waterfalls, huge glaciers,live volcanos,hot springs,and the biggest fault line on earth,can stand on both plates and hope that nothing happens Reply

welcome_0501

Posted by: welcome_0501
Posted: 8th Sep 2016

welcome_0501 says: Maldives for sure. Luxury resort and swim with the creatures in the sea everydau Reply

Moesha

Posted by: Moesha
Posted: 9th Sep 2016

Moesha says: Hands down its Hawaii Reply

zoejayne

Posted by: zoejayne
Posted: 11th Sep 2016

zoejayne says: I would take the Rocky Mountaineer train in Canada, with my husband. I have done a couple of the Australian long-distance train trips, but to do the Rocky Mountaineer ... that would be an incredible highlight. Reply

Sasha-louise

Posted by: Sasha-louise
Posted: 11th Sep 2016

Sasha-louise says: If I could go anywhere I'd go the Venezuela and hike to the Angel Falls. It is the highest waterfall on earth, it's longest drop is 807m (2648ft). For a bit of perspective thats about the height of two Empire state buildings, or about two and a half Sydney towers.
I've heard that by the time the water reaches the bottom it's mist. Reply

T0teslegit

Posted by: T0teslegit
Posted: 15th Sep 2016

T0teslegit says: Let's go out of this world? If money was no option I would go to the International space station. I can only imagine it would be the most life changing/ enhancing experience and to be one of only a select few who have ever experienced that would be amazing. Plus it would be a good break from everything on earth - one can dream anyway haha Reply

Karrots

Posted by: Karrots
Posted: 25th Oct 2016

Karrots says: Oh easy I would go to see my old friends in the USA as it has been over 22yrs since I have seen them and still in contact with them but miss them truly, and Id have to get a Canadian Rail trip in there to see the grizzly bears. Reply

Alex S

Posted by: Alex S
Posted: 26th Oct 2016

Alex S says: I'd go to Iceland to see the aurora borealis. Definitely number 1 on my bucket list. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 28th Oct 2016

says: I would travel around South East Asia for a Holiday - it's got the warmest weather, great food, interesting souvenirs, fascinating cultures, and lots of possibilities for sports. Reply

wooly

Posted by: wooly
Posted: 28th Oct 2016

wooly says: I would take my wife around the world to all the places I visited when I was young and was free. They were great then, but would be greater with her along. Reply

MazzyJ

Posted by: MazzyJ
Posted: 31st Oct 2016

MazzyJ says: I would go to Alaska to meet my "pen friend" Mel I have had for the last 15 years. My dream is to meet Mel, Justice, Brigid and one year old Kaylee for the first time face-to-face. Then take the 5 of us to the UK because through talking Mel and I have found out we both are drawn to Stone Henge for some reason. Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 1st Nov 2016

bj says: I would love to travel to Scotland, Ireland and Wale. I want a chauffeur driven car for me and a friend. Nice hotels to stay, yummy foodie places to visit.
Cash in wallet to spend on treasures, a smiling sun most days. I would like to take a helicopter flight over areas of interest.
Will it happen... NO.. but I would like it to. Reply

Madzz12

Posted by: Madzz12
Posted: 1st Nov 2016

Madzz12 says: My number one go to place would definitely be NEW YORK CITY! There is something truly beautiful and alluring about the city that never sleeps- oh and there is plenty of things to do. I would love to be in New York City during the winter where it is snowing, but also find the appeal in a glorious warm summer, anytime of year would do me just fine! Reply

serii

Posted by: serii
Posted: 2nd Nov 2016

serii says: I would choose Greece, while growing up I watched the movie 'The sisterhood of traveling pants 2' and since then i have always known i want to go there. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 9th Nov 2016

says: I would definetly prefer going to antarctica mostly because of the polar bears and penguins...taking a cruise ride across the antarctic ocean would be the best thing ever. Its relaxing and really extra-ordinay. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 9th Nov 2016

says: Antarctica just cuz of the Polar bears and Penguines....taking a criuse ride across the Antarctic Ocean would be the best thing ever. Its relaxing and i love the cold Reply

Teegan

Posted by: Teegan
Posted: 10th Nov 2016

Teegan says: Jamaica & The Bahamas. We went there on a cruise 2 years ago and now would ultimately love to go back for a long holiday in these particular two. Absolutely beautiful White sands and crystal clear water, relaxing and carefree and the most polite and caring people that I've ever met. We are currently saving to go back as soon as possible. Reply

Teegan

Posted by: Teegan
Posted: 17th Nov 2016

Teegan says: Travel through the U.S. Fly in fir a few days in Dallas, then over to Orlando and spend a week at a Disney World Resort. Leave on a Disney cruise through the carribean for a week. After, a week at Miami shopping and relaxing. Reply

sambi

Posted by: sambi
Posted: 24th Nov 2016

sambi says: Canada definitely! And I would go at this time of the year for the holidays because you get all the amazing views and scenery AND it's Christmas. To me it's a win-win. Reply

K3SH

Posted by: K3SH
Posted: 24th Nov 2016

K3SH says: I would really like to go to Switzerland. I've always seen the beautiful landscapes in Switzerland on the internet and tv and would love to visit at least some of those scenic places... Reply

K3SH

Posted by: K3SH
Posted: 24th Nov 2016

K3SH says: I would really like to go to Switzerland. I've always seen the beautiful landscapes in Switzerland on the internet and tv and would love to visit at least some of those scenic places... Reply

Maddddie

Posted by: Maddddie
Posted: 27th Nov 2016

Maddddie says: I would go anywhere and everywhere. With me, you could literally spin the globe and wherever it lands I would be there. Surrounding yourself in different cultures is such a fulfilling experience that is indescribable. However, if I had to chose one place to go it would have to be Greece (typical, I know!). I mean, how could you not?! Greek food alone is just out of this world! Sunsets and Sangria's in Santorini sounds like paradise perfection to me. So why not? Greece is definitely on my bucket list of countries to visit. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 30th Nov 2016

says: France- may be 'cliched', but it's always been a dream of mine. It would be a VERY long holiday and I would have to buy a chateau in the South of France... It's so beautiful and elegant. Scenic and full of scents! Reply

Cajun Spice

Posted by: Cajun Spice
Posted: 6th Dec 2016

Cajun Spice says: Sri Lanka Reply

annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 7th Dec 2016

annie says: My husband and I are big fans of cruising.We have been on a few P and O cruises and they also give us a good relaxing holiday.Once on board you can do as much as you want or nothing at all.All food and accommodation is included in the price and you only have to pay for any alcohol that is drunk and a few other things.If you have not been cruising before give it a go and experience life at sea Reply

Lis77

Posted by: Lis77
Posted: 8th Dec 2016

Lis77 says: I would pack up the children and go to Morocco and then Dubai. Relax, wander around, hire a guide and go off the beaten tourist track. The children would love the entertainment of Dubai and I would love watching them enjoy themselves. Reply

finnstar

Posted by: finnstar
Posted: 12th Dec 2016

finnstar says: Antarctica. It's looks like the most amazing place ever.
Reply

Aliyaraya

Posted by: Aliyaraya
Posted: 15th Dec 2016

Aliyaraya says: I would travel to Switzerland and Italy to catch up with my sister who I have not seen in a while. From there I would travel to Paris, always wanted to go the Paris. From there I would travel around England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland. From there I would travel to the States and have a look around there and lastly end up in Canada and then Alaska. That would be where I would want to go. If only, I can dream can't I. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 16th Dec 2016

says: I would go to Paris. Reply

Milliad

Posted by: Milliad
Posted: 18th Dec 2016

Milliad says: I would do a tour of all the Disneylands in the world! Though if I had to pick one place, I'd go to Japan. Reply

KrisDish

Posted by: KrisDish
Posted: 20th Dec 2016

KrisDish says: Canada - I've always wanted to go to prince Edward Island Reply

astermischa

Posted by: astermischa
Posted: 3rd Jan 2017

astermischa says: I'd go back to the maldives Reply

rojonoho

Posted by: rojonoho
Posted: 9th Jan 2017

rojonoho says: Complete circuit of Australia for as long as it takes Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 11th Jan 2017

says: I would go up north towards Europe due to a preference of cold weather and explore the scenery, cities and especially the mountains and aurora. Also, being out and exploring nature really helps you to appreciate the world and gives you a chill and relaxing vibe which is a nice feeling after being so immersed in the urban, busy and rushing culture. Reply

turquoise

Posted by: turquoise
Posted: 19th Jan 2017

turquoise says: las vegas. I have never been to the us and theres something about the idea of huge gaudy casino complexes that appeals to me Reply

bossn

Posted by: bossn
Posted: 19th Jan 2017

bossn says: I'm all about the islands and beaches. Far away from civilization and just warm, cool and sunny days with that special someone or even a bunch of family and friends. Reply

kimmaree84

Posted by: kimmaree84
Posted: 23rd Jan 2017

kimmaree84 says: Right now I would choose Japan. I've been there before but it's somewhere I would love to re-visit. Great food, clean, the people are very helpful and polite, and there's plenty to do - lovely nature, interesting castles and historical sites, I just loved it and would really like seeing more of the country. Reply

Narnza

Posted by: Narnza
Posted: 24th Jan 2017

Narnza says: I'd go to Broome, Western Australia. It's perfect, isolated, quiet and absolutely stunning. I'd spend money on accommodation, perhaps a good old caravan, as there isn't much available, and on activities such as kayaking, boating and exploring the natural wonders. Reply

wendel

Posted by: wendel
Posted: 31st Jan 2017

wendel says: My husband always is asking me have I won a holiday to the Maldives yet? As I enter a lot of competitions. Unfortunately, I have to reply NO. But, I'm hopeful that maybe one day?????? Be nice, have seen and heard a lot about the Maldives, it looks wonderful, especially those lovely villas on the water. Reply

Sammm2

Posted by: Sammm2
Posted: 31st Jan 2017

Sammm2 says: United Kingdom :) Reply

Queasy

Posted by: Queasy
Posted: 1st Feb 2017

Queasy says: Definitely to the 7 wonders of the (modern) world. But I would love to visit the remains of the ancient world as well as United Kingdom, L.A. , parts of Europe, Korea and Japan. Reply

Burnt Out Digger

Posted by: Burnt Out Digger
Posted: 1st Feb 2017

Burnt Out Digger says: There are two places that I would like to visit, with my wife, the first being a rail trip through the Canadian Rockies and a European river cruise. Reply

tahlscat

Posted by: tahlscat
Posted: 2nd Feb 2017

tahlscat says: Greece - both the kind of modern, like Santorini, and to see the ancient Greek buildings like the Parthenon. Then up to Norway to see the northern lights and the snow at Kakslauttanen in the glass igloo buildings. Reply

lynne60

Posted by: lynne60
Posted: 3rd Feb 2017

lynne60 says: New York! For a year, so I could experience it through all seasons Reply

Tibbey

Posted by: Tibbey
Posted: 5th Feb 2017

Tibbey says: I would like to stay in a house built on the edge of a cliff somewhere on the Atlantic coast of France. The surf is amazing and skiing is only a drive away. The food, people, culture, history etc.... Would keep me going when the surf is rubbish Reply

Tibbey

Posted by: Tibbey
Posted: 5th Feb 2017

Tibbey says: I would like to stay in a house built on the edge of a cliff somewhere on the Atlantic coast of France. The surf is amazing and skiing is only a drive away. The food, people, culture, history etc.... Would keep me going when the surf is rubbish Reply

Cajun Spice

Posted by: Cajun Spice
Posted: 9th Feb 2017

Cajun Spice says: Most definitely Sri Lanka. Amazing cultures, foods, scenery, music, history etc etc. The people are so amazingly kind and friendly and helpful. The foods there are much more natural. The watermelon still has all the black pips. Most produce is seasonal--if not in season, then you cant buy it, though a very few locals know how to get them at times. I have never felt more healthy in my whole life than when I lived in Sri Lanka--even psychologically healthier !! I found it cheaper to shop on most items and services. I felt alot safer walking around and even at night. So many amazing places to see and activities to do in Sri Lanka. Reply

flo

Posted by: flo
Posted: 12th Feb 2017

flo says: very quiet almost deserted tropical island Reply

bossn

Posted by: bossn
Posted: 15th Feb 2017

bossn says: If money was not an road block. I would head straight onto an island, maybe several islands(island hopping) Richard bransons island looks nice, Maldives, Ha long Bay(Vietnam), Phillipine islands. Just the idea of water activities along the beach, relaxing on the sands with some drinks and hidden waterfalls in a forest is incredibly appealing to me. If I could, I would even get married there or even better, live there for life would happen without a second thought. Just nodding off as the sun sets on the beach, along the sands or even on a boat, I would imagine would be an amazing experience. Especially love those kinda nights where it's warm with a cool cold/warm breeze a buzzing(busting?) and hustling night life with a drink in hand, delicious food in the other and company of like minded people is my cup of tea. Reply

William30535236

Posted by: William30535236
Posted: 17th Feb 2017

William30535236 says: I'd probably go snowboarding. It's currently summer in the Southern Hemisphere so there's nothing I'd like more than to head to Europe or the US/Canada and hit the slopes Reply

Adamg37

Posted by: Adamg37
Posted: 22nd Feb 2017

Adamg37 says: Ummm probably go to UK since its on the other side of the world. Well UK has so much culture and history, and more importantly it has one of the most entertaining Football competitions in the world. Not only that, but since it is English speaking it will be easier to get around without having to research how to get places for hours. It is quite gloomy there but the authenticity of the nation and its sheer extravagance is unparalleled. Reply

Jameshall

Posted by: Jameshall
Posted: 7th Mar 2017

Jameshall says: Would definitely go to Budapest Reply

Tricky Wicky

Posted by: Tricky Wicky
Posted: 8th Mar 2017

Tricky Wicky says: Would go to LA- seems quite diverse, picturesque and such a famous well known place Reply

Marcuscwh

Posted by: Marcuscwh
Posted: 8th Mar 2017

Marcuscwh says: Japan! Japan has everything, they're so advanced. Reply

BILL

Posted by: BILL
Posted: 10th Mar 2017

BILL says: New Zealand .The scenery is great ,everybody speaks English , and nobody harrasses you tobuy things Reply

PGS

Posted by: PGS
Posted: 10th Mar 2017

PGS says: Chengdu - I want to hold a panda. Reply

BILL

Posted by: BILL
Posted: 11th Mar 2017

BILL says: Austria because it is such a beautiful country and is the birth place of Mozart
Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 11th Mar 2017

says: i am big on football (soccer) and my favourite team is barcelona. So I would definitely go there, visit the stadium. The scene would be amazing Reply

Afzal

Posted by: Afzal
Posted: 21st Mar 2017

Afzal says: I would go to Anfield in that case...!!!! Reply

Afzal

Posted by: Afzal
Posted: 19th Mar 2017

Afzal says: India....!!!
Get a cool Cruise bike like a Harley or a Royal Enfield and go for a ride from Manali to Leh - Ladakh and around Kashmir.............!!!

The off roads and one of the most dangerous roads in the world.

Y? The snow and the ice ..... The road... That cold wind.... Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 24th Mar 2017

bj says: I would love to go on a cruise in the Mediterranean seas. For 3 weeks at least stopping and getting off and eating and sleeping ..
I think I would like springtime just before summer. Cash flow is a problem and the thought of the long plane trip to get there. Reply

Benji

Posted by: Benji
Posted: 24th Mar 2017

Benji says: Iceland ......anyone been? I have heard the airfares from the UK are quite cheap but everything else expensive. Any airbnb there I wonder. Also cruise ships go there and I have been told they visit many ports and tours are available at each stop? Reply

sweetypieelizabeth

Posted by: sweetypieelizabeth
Posted: 24th Mar 2017

sweetypieelizabeth says: Probably to California (U.S.A.) as it is the one Place I have never ever been and I love what comes out of there, the Weather and the Culture......!!!! Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 24th Mar 2017

says: Iceland
I know little about the place, but everything I read about it fascinates me.
And... go to Google earth and have a look - WOW. Reply

dee

Posted by: dee
Posted: 26th Mar 2017

dee says: Malta because I have been there before and loved it. The people are wonderful, the place is interesting, old and amazing. The weather can be beautiful in the spring and summer, 'tho very windy in winter. Dry and covered in cacti the island is charming and totally different to our islands in Australia. Reply

Trisha 30587341

Posted by: Trisha 30587341
Posted: 29th Mar 2017

Trisha 30587341 says: I would go on to a farm with all the animals it would be so quite I would milk the cows feed them all I would not have a care in the would. Reply

Pjet

Posted by: Pjet
Posted: 1st Apr 2017

Pjet says: Great Britain. A self drive holiday through England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland primarily because of the historic sights and beautiful towns and villages that dot the landscape Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 5th Apr 2017

says: I would like to go Nepal as it is my home country.My parents and relatives lives there. Reply

Anonymous

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 5th Apr 2017

says: I would like to go Nepal as it is my home country. My parents and relatives live there. Nepal is full of natural beatuies and on the lap of mountains.Nepal is multicultural and multilanguage. There is unity in diversity.So, I would like to visit Nepal Reply

dcusack94

Posted by: dcusack94
Posted: 5th Apr 2017

dcusack94 says: I'd go and travel all over the world if I could. Maybe start slow and try somewhere like the UK or Japan and go outward from there. Reply

skagaray

Posted by: skagaray
Posted: 8th Apr 2017

skagaray says: Scottish highlands Reply

Irene30655993

Posted by: Irene30655993
Posted: 14th Apr 2017

Irene30655993 says: Mediterranean Sea and places along it. One of the healthy parts of the world. Reply

tyke1929

Posted by: tyke1929
Posted: 23rd Apr 2017

tyke1929 says: New York...always been a dream to go there Reply

archer

Posted by: archer
Posted: 26th Apr 2017

archer says: Archer says I would love to go to the Maldives could someone tell me what its like Reply

archer

Posted by: archer
Posted: 26th Apr 2017

archer says: Archer says I would love to go to the Maldives could someone tell me what its like Reply

sue30692763

Posted by: sue30692763
Posted: 2nd May 2017

sue30692763 says: My ultimate dream destination has always been Disney land & new Orleans would also love to watch a cricket series in the west indies Reply

Crystal30692800

Posted by: Crystal30692800
Posted: 2nd May 2017

Crystal30692800 says: Bora Bora, because of the isolation and tranquility combined with luxury in its basic form Reply

normap

Posted by: normap
Posted: 6th May 2017

normap says: My whole life I have wanted to go to Instanbul and now I think I may have missed the boat!! Too dangerous I think? I wanted to go there before it changed its name. It used to be Constantinople. Reply

Glenyss

Posted by: Glenyss
Posted: 12th May 2017

Glenyss says: Travel through Europe on a bike when the weather was warm and we had someone meet us at the different villages we would stay in with our luggage but I would also be fit and younger lol to do it. Just love the little places of the world and also Ireland as well so pretty and you get to experience so much more when you are at that level more than a bus or car. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 15th May 2017

says: My dream is to go to New York over Christmas and New Years. I want a white Christmas and to see the ball drop. Childhood movies with Christmas in New York have made this my dream. Reply

crome1

Posted by: crome1
Posted: 18th May 2017

crome1 says: I would go to Antarctica to investigate extraterrestrial secrets. Reply

LiviaVenus

Posted by: LiviaVenus
Posted: 18th May 2017

LiviaVenus says: I would go to Egypt as I love ancient history. Reply

Jazzy98

Posted by: Jazzy98
Posted: 23rd May 2017

Jazzy98 says: No doubt, New York City first! The lights, the music, the sights and the city life. It amazes me how much you can do in one city! I would explore the wonders of NYC.
Then head to Hawaii, for a slower paced holiday. Go hiking, climbing the volcanos and mountains, go to the beach. And just take in all the awesome nature and natural beauty.
And lastly head down to Chile! It's an amazing country for mountains, volcanos and beautiful natural sights as well. Reply

Shaik30778902

Posted by: Shaik30778902
Posted: 26th May 2017

Shaik30778902 says: I would like to go to Saudi Arabia
Reply

Kell83

Posted by: Kell83
Posted: 29th May 2017

Kell83 says: Bahamas to swim with the pigs - I think pigs are amazing and swimming with them would be a fabulous life experience unavailable anywhere else. Reply

rach

Posted by: rach
Posted: 6th Jun 2017

rach says: New York to see Lion King. A group of us want to go there for our 40th birthdays. Reply

zoejayne

Posted by: zoejayne
Posted: 10th Jun 2017

zoejayne says: My husband and I would go to Salzburg - the birthplace of Salzburg and the setting for The Sound of Music. Then we'd head for Tuscany, for the scenery and historical value. And if we had time, we;d then do a tour of castles in the UK. Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 15th Jun 2017

Captain Slog says: I would like to go back to Brisbane, because, I have Friends and family over there.
Plus, there are lots of things to do that aren't in the tourist traps and aren't organised for me.
I like to do my own thing, and with my own People. Reply

Captain  Slog

Posted by: Captain Slog
Posted: 15th Jun 2017

Captain Slog says: I would like to go back to Brisbane, because, I have Friends and family over there.
Plus, there are lots of things to do that aren't in the tourist traps and aren't organised for me.
I like to do my own thing, and with my own People. Reply

kay62

Posted by: kay62
Posted: 15th Jun 2017

kay62 says: America,have always wanted to shop in New York. Reply

Bulwinkle

Posted by: Bulwinkle
Posted: 16th Jun 2017

Bulwinkle says: Maldives
For the sun tranquillity relaxing atmosphere Reply

helen30692411

Posted by: helen30692411
Posted: 20th Jun 2017

helen30692411 says: Would be nice to rent a nice big RV campervan, and spend 12 months travelling around Australia. Seeing everything we can see, stopping at every museum and all the tourist places. Plan B might be touring the British Isles, as I love all the british TV shows, so would love to visit all the places that are shown on these shows. Reply

lonestar

Posted by: lonestar
Posted: 20th Jun 2017

lonestar says: I would my home town or buy unlimited tickets to home town to family. Besides that I would love to go to any new country and be part of their culture every now and then. I can think of european countries,I dont think there anything else so beautiful like aus anyway. Reply

victory

Posted by: victory
Posted: 26th Jun 2017

victory says: I went to Greece for a short trip and I experienced a wonderful place of culture and mediterranean cuisine, the relaxation and layback lifestyle is something to be admired. I want to return and explore more. Reply

frannymanny

Posted by: frannymanny
Posted: 13th Jul 2017

frannymanny says: I would really like to do one of those 30 day Trafalgar tours all over the UK.I have never been there but I have read all sorts of novels set in the UK and I would love to see the places which feature in the books. Reply

lkuhl

Posted by: lkuhl
Posted: 16th Jul 2017

lkuhl says: I would go to Palm Cove in Far North Queensland, it's paradise right here in Australia and I love it. Reply

Harles

Posted by: Harles
Posted: 20th Jul 2017

Harles says: With the kids would have to be Disneyland, or just to relax, over water bungalow bora bora Reply

Timbo

Posted by: Timbo
Posted: 20th Jul 2017

Timbo says: Patagonia, The Cook Islands, The Maldives, Norway (again). Reply

stareclipse

Posted by: stareclipse
Posted: 21st Jul 2017

stareclipse says: Most definitely the United Kingdom. I am from Southeast Asia, but I grew up studying in a British International School following the British syllabus. I've learned everything British, from British English to British History and Geography, and suffice to say I've fallen in love with this distant land! It is just steeped in so much tradition, culture, and history (everything from their castles and The Queen, to government customs and old idiosyncrasies), it's absolutely amazing learning about it, I can only imagine how it would be like to be physically immersed directly. I have been to the UK three times before, but those occasions were when I was younger and so unfortunately I can remember little of those travels. I would love to be able to go more often, and so if I wasn't limited by price or any other factor, I would most definitely chose to go to the United Kingdom! Reply

mouse

Posted by: mouse
Posted: 22nd Jul 2017

mouse says: Antarctica Reply

Flicapsyfairy

Posted by: Flicapsyfairy
Posted: 22nd Jul 2017

Flicapsyfairy says: Canada Reply

kat

Posted by: kat
Posted: 23rd Jul 2017

kat says: RUSSIA Reply

Christian Creed

Posted by: Christian Creed
Posted: 26th Jul 2017

Christian Creed says: Colombia should be on everyones travel list. Despite having its historical issues, it has come a long way in terms of developing their infrastructure and public safety. The people are the kindest and most fun people I have ever encountered and the list of things to do is almost never ending. From lying on the beaches of the Caribbean waters to exploring the desert via horseback to learning to Salsa in the big cities, Colombia never stops providing people with things to do. If its not on your list, then put it on and tick it off. Reply

Nanna

Posted by: Nanna
Posted: 26th Jul 2017

Nanna says: Antarctic Reply

Thomas30903391

Posted by: Thomas30903391
Posted: 1st Aug 2017

Thomas30903391 says: I would say Canada, want to do one of those luxury cruises Reply

Ricky Tang

Posted by: Ricky Tang
Posted: 2nd Aug 2017

Ricky Tang says: Definitely the Philippines! The people there are warm and friendly, the beaches there are clean with water that are crystal clear. Food is great with unique local cuisine like the Balut. But above all the greatness of the country, the sinister undercurrent of poverty still remains, and hence it'll be eye-opening and eventful to participate in voluntary work with the local charity group. One example would be the Kapatid Ministry! Reply

Jojo1

Posted by: Jojo1
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

Jojo1 says: I would go to Norway to see the northern lights, and learn to ski, because it is a dream of mine. Reply

kaylanella

Posted by: kaylanella
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

kaylanella says: China because I love there food and culture Reply

normap

Posted by: normap
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

normap says: It is a toss up between Istanbul and Las Vegas. Both places have been on my list of where to go since I was a little girl. Pity Istanbul is not 100% safe anymore, but I think I have always thought of it as the place of magic carpets that fly around the sky.

Reply

woolysmissus

Posted by: woolysmissus
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

woolysmissus says: I would do a round the world trip to definitely include UK so I could see where my husband grew up, Tokyo, Singapore, France, Italy, Netherlands, the U.S., my home country, during fall and winter. Some of everything, cold, warm, scenic and relaxing and good food! Reply

roddles

Posted by: roddles
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

roddles says: My wife and I would go for a world cruise lasting at least 100 days on a six star ship! Reply

roddles

Posted by: roddles
Posted: 3rd Aug 2017

roddles says: My wife and I would go for a world cruise lasting at least 100 days on a six star ship! Reply

bj

Posted by: bj
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

bj says: I would be on first plane to go on a cruise of the Danube, then on to Scotland + Wales + Ireland.
Maybe I would come home the next year.. Reply

barbiedoll99

Posted by: barbiedoll99
Posted: 4th Aug 2017

barbiedoll99 says: I WOULD NOT JUST GO TO ONE C OUNTRY i LOVE cRUISING, AND i WOULD GO TO ALL THE Asian PORTS, BECAUSE THEIR LIFE STYLE AND FOODS ARE SO DIFFERENT TO OUR PERFECT WAY OF EATING AND LIVING. Reply

ALK

Posted by: ALK
Posted: 5th Aug 2017

ALK says: all around Australian coastline by on private chartered boat and and crisscross inland inside my luxury motorhome driven by a handsome obliging young man .. then when that is completed (it would take a while!) I would do same around New Zealand...........aaaaawwwwwww I'm dreaming !!! Reply

glenis

Posted by: glenis
Posted: 5th Aug 2017

glenis says: simple, new York at Christmas time Reply

(none)

Posted by: (none)
Posted: 6th Aug 2017

(none) says: I'd get an accommodation vehicle, e.g. camper van, and travel the Western part of Europe. Start with the UK - ancestors came from there. If I still have the wanderlust, I'd go across to Eastern Europe. Summer in the Northern parts, Winter in the Southern parts. Possibly to Asia - Central Asia interests, eg the Silk Road. Then maybe North America - Canada fascinates. The history of places, scenery; try to get to know the ways of the locals if possible. That's about as far as my adventurousness goes. Perhaps I'd change my mind as time goes on. Who knows. Reply

margi07

Posted by: margi07
Posted: 8th Aug 2017

margi07 says: African safari Reply

cathyghw

Posted by: cathyghw
Posted: 11th Aug 2017

cathyghw says: Harrods Food Hall, London with a large dose of the British museum thrown in for dessert!! Reply

Pelican

Posted by: Pelican
Posted: 14th Aug 2017

Pelican says: Canada and Alaska Reply

Miss Prim

Posted by: Miss Prim
Posted: 16th Aug 2017

Miss Prim says: I would go to Canada, as I have wanted to go there as long as I can remember. I did have a trip planned to go there on a working holiday in my teens, but it fell through as I was advised through proper channels that work was scarce and not to go so I never got there. Canada is the most beautiful country in the world which has everything, There's the mountains with a scenic rail ride, the lakes and streams, snow and wonderful wild life. I would visit my pen pal in St Brieux in the province of Saskatchewan as she wants to show me the sights of her homeland. As Canada's would be too cold for me coming from Queensland I would visit in the summer time. It is just a dream now as I know I will never get there as I am carer for my husband. Reply

John1946

Posted by: John1946
Posted: 16th Aug 2017

John1946 says: europe Reply

Meowmeow

Posted by: Meowmeow
Posted: 18th Aug 2017

Meowmeow says: I would go to Fiji Island because my friends told me that it's a great place to have a relaxing holiday! Reply

D25

Posted by: D25
Posted: 24th Aug 2017

D25 says: Around the world!! Too many options! From Russia to Chile, Japan to Madagascar!
The next on my bucketlist is Turkey, Russia, Uzbekistan & Ethiopia Reply

BILL

Posted by: BILL
Posted: 25th Aug 2017

BILL says: Apollo Bay ,Victoria. It is a very scenic and peaceful place surrounded by beautiful forests . Nobody harrasses you to buy their fake watches , postcards or other junk .You can eat the food without getting stomach upsets that last three days ( as happens on Bali ) . You can even drink the whiskey and rum without fear of ingesting wood alcohol and going blind.
An added bonus is that everybody pays the same price for everything and they don't have to haggle and bargain with anybody.
Reply

BILL

Posted by: BILL
Posted: 25th Aug 2017

BILL says: Apollo Bay Victoria .Beautiful scenery ,great beach . Very scenic and peaceful place surrounded by forests .Nobody tries to rip you off or harass you Everybody pays the same price for everything. . Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 27th Aug 2017

says: Would love to go to Santorini! Reply

dArtagnan

Posted by: dArtagnan
Posted: 1st Sep 2017

dArtagnan says: I'd go to New York at Christmas. Ever since I was a kid, I've kind of wanted to replicate the Home Alone 2 experience. Stay in the Plaza Hotel, go to Central Park... all of that kind of stuff. Reply

Colt50

Posted by: Colt50
Posted: 6th Sep 2017

Colt50 says: Los Vegas Reply

Ziah

Posted by: Ziah
Posted: 18th Sep 2017

Ziah says: Route 66, from beginning to end, with detours to all the people and places I love (Bakersfield and LA, Disneyland and Universal Hollywood, CA; Detroit, MI; Boston, MA, New York City, NY; Washington DC; Greensboro, NC; Tampa, Jacksonville and Orlando, FL, Disney World and Universal Florida; Las Vegas, NV). I plan on it taking approximately 4 months in total, preferably with a mobile home/Winnebago/campervan :) Reply

macgyver7

Posted by: macgyver7
Posted: 18th Sep 2017

macgyver7 says: We would go to Hawaii regardless of price, looks like a great place to spend some time away. Reply

freddy2112k

Posted by: freddy2112k
Posted: 23rd Sep 2017

freddy2112k says: I take the whole family to Canada to have a white Christmas. .. Reply

Floradele

Posted by: Floradele
Posted: 27th Sep 2017

Floradele says: I would go for a month in Argentina! Use a bit of my lottery money before the trip to get Spanish lessons. Then land in Buenos Aires, discover the vibrant city, and head to the country side, vineyards fields, mountains, coast..enjoy the food, meet locals. Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 30th Sep 2017

says: I’ve just won the lottery, I would have my tickets booked to Bora Bora. I would be spending 2 weeks here in the warm weather, on the beautiful beaches with my boyfriend and closest friends!
Reply

annie

Posted by: annie
Posted: 2nd Oct 2017

annie says: I love going on cruises and cruising the beautiful coastline of Australia.I also love going to Port Stephens.If I won the lottery I think I would take a trip over to Paris Reply

Posted by: Anonymous
Posted: 3rd Oct 2017

says: Japan, I'd travel by bike and train enjoying the culture! Reply

Trishii

Posted by: Trishii
Posted: 18th Oct 2017

Trishii says: Maldives in an overwater bungalow, always wanted to do this but it's too expensive. If I won the lottery I'd be there in a flash!! Reply

Yanna

Posted by: Yanna
Posted: 24th Oct 2017

Yanna says: I would definitely go to Greece, without a doubt!! The weather is beautiful, the scenery is amazing (best beaches in the world) and don't even get me started on the food!! Would just be lovely to sit back and relax, enjoy the sun with a nice cold beverage to go with it. That would be the life, no stress in the world... Reply

Ashleigh31220630

Posted by: Ashleigh31220630
Posted: 26th Oct 2017

Ashleigh31220630 says: America- so I can go to Disney land Reply

Very

Posted by: Very
Posted: 29th Oct 2017

Very says: Maldives ❤️ Reply

Riorita 1

Posted by: Riorita 1
Posted: 1st Nov 2017

Riorita 1 says: Hawaii, New York,then back to Australia Reply

nopecs2016

Posted by: nopecs2016
Posted: 2nd Nov 2017

nopecs2016 says: Japan (whichever cities) because I have been a fan since I was a kid. I’ve always wanted to do cherry blossom picnic but unfortunately the tree always blooms during the school period :(
And New York, just strolling around the city and sightseeing, taking Instagramable photos Reply

anglesea

Posted by: anglesea
Posted: 12th Nov 2017

anglesea says: Antarctica. Terribly wild, challenging and beautiful. Before climate change does more damage. And of course the travel and tour costs are very high Reply

omygod

Posted by: omygod
Posted: 12th Nov 2017

omygod says: any holiday would have to be tailored made for me, in mobility, ability to participate and in my interests and riding a harley isn't one of them. riding a train, being waited on hand and foot, from door to door. have done the tailor your own and do it yourself, now just too into comfort to be bothered with hitches in holidays. Reply

JPBear

Posted by: JPBear
Posted: 13th Nov 2017

JPBear says: The Northern Territory, Travelling from Darwin through Litchfield and Kakadu National Parks, moving through Alice Springs and then the cherry on top, Uluru.
The NT is a magical place and would love to see more of it. Reply

Cres

Posted by: Cres
Posted: 16th Nov 2017

Cres says: Tuscany in Italy, the food and wine, just beautiful. Reply

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