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muminhants1 Wed 08-Jul-15 08:58:04

Places you've not been before - anywhere in the world? Singapore was at the top of my list, but I went in 2009. Choose 3.

Vancouver

Trieste in Italy.

The Orkney Islands.

ThatBloodyWoman Wed 08-Jul-15 09:01:26

Vancouver Island (during a Seattle to Alaska road trip)
Antarctica
South Pacific island hop

I'm desperate to go to Zanzibar - preferably twinned with a Serengeti Safari. My bucket list gets bigger the more I travel though so also on there are Namibia, Hong Kong, India (Kerala) and Nicaragua. I'm lucky to have ticked a few off my list already but I need more ,only and more time off work!

FarFromAnyRoad Wed 08-Jul-15 09:04:28

Zanzibar here too. Cape Town. Florence - the last one remaining from my Italy list.

morelikeguidelines Wed 08-Jul-15 09:06:17

I would like to go to:

1. Botswana, or similar southern African country with amazing wildlife and natural beauty.

2. Japan I'm cherry blossom season.

3. New Zealand also for stunning scenery.

far Cape Town was top of my wish list until 5 years ago when I toom. Year off and went travelling. It really did live up to expectations.

Nabootique Wed 08-Jul-15 09:16:30

Alaska. I want to see the Northern Lights there.
Japan in cherry blossom season for me too.
Flores in Indonesia. I want to see the volcano lakes.

500Decibels Wed 08-Jul-15 09:16:50

Fab thread!
Mine is
Safari (Serengeti and Zanzibar sound ideal)
Norwegian fjords
Andes

quesadillas Wed 08-Jul-15 09:23:46

Ecuador

Moscow

Japan

eckythumpenallthat Wed 08-Jul-15 09:25:09

New York
Iceland
Norway
Japan

BringMeTea Wed 08-Jul-15 09:38:31

Bhutan

Assorted Scottish Isles

Road trip from North to South Spain

Aussiemum78 Wed 08-Jul-15 09:41:14

Peru Machu Picchu.

New York

Ooh so hard to choose 3!

19lottie82 Wed 08-Jul-15 09:49:36

I'd like to get the train from Moscow to Bejing, via Mongolia!

Lunastarfish Wed 08-Jul-15 09:51:45

Hawaii
Bhutan
Macchu Picchu

ReadtheSmallPrint Wed 08-Jul-15 09:53:11

The Meteora

ghostyslovesheep Wed 08-Jul-15 09:53:26

Denmark
Argentina
Any where with a lagoon and palm trees and no people

Saladspork Wed 08-Jul-15 10:03:47

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MmeGuillotine Wed 08-Jul-15 10:04:13

Portland
St Petersburg
Hawaii

LadyMaryofDownton Wed 08-Jul-15 10:04:46

I started my bucket travel list in my early twenties when I found Pinterest. So far I've done;

Italy
The Maldives
Ibiza (for both lifestyles & the sunset)
Paris

Left on the list;

Switzerland
Australia
Iceland

stinkingbishop Wed 08-Jul-15 10:06:09

Japan & Bhutan too - shall we have a MN trip?!

And then it's a toss-up between sailing the North West Passage/seeing the wildebeest migration/watching a turtle lay eggs (handily combined with some sort of south pacific idyll)/northern lights huddled in a siberian yurt

Iflyaway Wed 08-Jul-15 10:08:04

I had Tanzania on my list and just did it - Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar.... Amazing!

Still on my list (random):

Tibet

Namibia

Machu Picchu

StarsInTheNightSky Wed 08-Jul-15 10:16:40

I've done quite a bit on my bucket list as I was lucky enough to have a job where I worked all over the world, but my top three still to do are:

Easter Island
French Polynesia (to see the Sun fish migration)
Roa trip across deep south USA

SooticaTheWitchesCat Wed 08-Jul-15 10:17:24

Morocco - Marrakech, Essaouira, Fez
India
Venice (maybe next year smile)

cardibach Wed 08-Jul-15 10:17:28

I've been lucky enough to have been to some of the places others have listed. They're all good!
Mine at the moment are:
Vietnam- rReunification Express from Ho Chi Minh City to Hanoi then trip into the mountains to visit the child I sponsor
Train through the Canadian Rockies
American road trip NY to Nashville via eastern seaboard and Mississippi delta.

None of these is strictly 'a place' but I'm a bit greedy travel-wise!

LovelyFriend Wed 08-Jul-15 10:17:39

I'm not telling. I want to go to places that don't have too many other people there smile

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