GalaxyTacoCat
5,000+ Views

Travel Bucket List

Hey everyone! Ever sense I could remember I have always wanted to travel, it is my dream to see the world and experience everything earth has to offer. This is why I need your help:

Help me construct a bucket list by answering this question:


What is your most favorite place to go? (vacation or for other reasons)

Everyone can give as many places as you want but make sure that it is specific. So if you chose China; What part? Any specific things or places there that make it your favorite?

Thank you so much to any who participate, it means a lot to me and I hope one day I can cross off every one of your places off the list. :)

43 Comments
Suggested
Recent
Alaska! My grandparents were just up there, they said it was awesome! ;D
I would like to visit Norway to see the northern lights, New Zealand to see the satrs, Scotland for the Castles, Egypt to see the Pyramids. South Korea(well, this one's a stupid one actually!) to see Seo In Guk!!! Near home, I like the whole state of Sikkim very much & have been there like 7 times & would love to go there in the future too!!
if u are a nature lover and wanna experience different cultural & historical side u should go to NEPAL with the. top 8 biggest mountains u go either g trekking or sight seeing rafting or elephant safari where u can experience different cultural sites n historical site like LUMBINI birth place of Lord GAUTAM BUDDHA hindu temple PASHUPATI TEMPLE and SWAMBUNATH. U can enjoy typical Nepalese food daal bhat tarkari and many more. u can experience various Nepalese festival u have never experience which makes u feel home with their welcome. Overall it's a perfect place to e joy your vacation with family or with friends.
Okunoshima Japan aka. Bunny Island. It's an island overpopulated with fluffy bunnies! !! O(≧▽≦)O
My most favorite place to go is in Little Tokyo over in Los Angeles, California! ^^ It's so awesome and fun and there's costumes you can buy to cosplay as an anime character :D it's great!!! ^^
Cards you may also be interested in
3 luxury sustainable spas in Bali
Bali has a lot of spas; in some areas, every third shop is a spa. All varieties of spas can be found as well -- from local to international award winning spas. In recent years, a lot of people have become more conscious of what they put on their skin. The skin absorbs up to 60% of what you put on it, so with increasing amounts of chemicals in many products, it can lead to allergies or worse. One way to avoid this is to choose a spa that uses naturally made products and takes an approach that is kind to your skin. Local Indonesian jamu (traditional medicine) methods have always done this but a few luxury spas in Bali not only use natural products but also take the spa experience to a new level of comfort. The Spa at Alila Soori Villas The Spa is housed in a sustainably built house with a view of the Indian Ocean in front. Entering this warm and opulent hideaway, the central spa area is dominated by a beautiful pool that instantly adds a sensuously relaxed atmosphere. The traditional Balinese Beauty Ritual is two hours of pure bliss. Balinese lulur is an ancient village remedy with its origins from the rice farmers of Bali that is recognized as traditional medicine. The treatment is believed to help warm the body, relieve aching joints and help in the recovery of troubled or loose skin. Locally sourced sandalwood, fennel seed, star aniseed, eaglewood and fenugreek are blended together to use during this healing remedy. It is a 60 minutes Balinese Massage, body scrub, body mask and mini facial. The massage uses natural oils and you can choose a beautiful aromatic blend to suit your mood. After the massage, you are gently scrubbed using the herbal warming mixture and then wrapped in a cocoon while the gently heated massage table ensures every pore is cleansed and every muscle relaxed. The therapist performs a revitalizing mini facial as you relax on this wave of warmth. Not only do you feel like you are floating on a cloud after the treatment, but you are also assured that only the most natural ingredients have been used during this process. If you loved the products used, there are a wide range of Alila Spa products for sale to take with you. A particular favorite is the Black Volcanic Soap that is made from Balinese volcanic lava. Ojas Spa, COMO Shambhala Estate This famed wellness retreat outside Ubud is the ultimate luxury hideaway in the forest with an ethos based around holistic principles. If you are not staying here, you can come and get pampered at the beautifully serene Ojas Spa. Ranges of treatments are offered here, including hydrotherapy and Ayurveda treatments. This Zen space is very soothing and, set among vast sounding grounds; it is a quiet retreat to indulge in a treatment. Signature massages are done using specially blended oils made on the estate, sourced from local products and 100 percent natural. The Shambhala signature massage is an hour-long treatment and uses innovative long strokes and medium pressure to both relax and revive spirit and mind. Set in a light airy room looking onto a garden, complemented by clean lines to leave the mind uncluttered, this deeply therapeutic technique performed by a highly skilled therapist feels more like a four handed massage thanks to the expertise of the therapist. This is a deeply relaxing and aromatic experience that leaves the skin smooth and supple. Facials are also available using a range of their homemade products called PURIFIES. These products are based on the principles of aromatherapy, incorporating only premium grade oils free of parabens, petrochemicals, artificial fragrance and color. The PURIFY Holistic Facials are deeply calming and catered to your skin type using these products, along with steam and specialist massage techniques to cleanse and rejuvenate the skin. Not only are the products used at the Ojas Spa kind to your skin, but also to the surrounding environment. Fivelements Puri Ahmisa This healing hotel is located just outside Ubud in a scenic spot with the river flowing through. The spa is perched right along the riverbank so you hear the flow of water easing past as you are experiencing some incredibly therapeutic and natural treatments. This award-winning spa is unique in that not only does it have a wide variety of beauty treatments, but also healing rituals are on offer from Balinese healers and priests. This means that both body and soul can be nurtured naturally in this wonderful sustainably built bamboo spa. Acupressure with Pak Ketut is designed to trigger the body’s self-healing abilities and uses energy transfer to help heal. After starting with transference of energy, the ritual is designed to relieve both physical and mental strain. This can relieve deep-seated tension and trigger the healing process. The healing rituals harness the power of both natural herbal ingredients and energy. The beauty rituals use a wide variety of natural elements found throughout Bali. Probably one of the most healing plants is the coconut. Virgin coconut oil is one of the most healing oils, naturally antibacterial and nourishing. The Coconut Harmony treatment is a deep massage with this oil, followed by a moisturizing bath of coconut milk, the pure blended aromatic Shakti Oil and scattered with Frangipani flowers. A hewn rock bath gently sheltered by foliage looks over the flowing river below melding nature and the spa together. This wonderful bamboo structure is open meaning that it is a totally sensory experience within nature.
Pan Dulce For Dummies!
Hey, you! Yeah, you! Are you tired of muffins? Over croissants? Are bagels too boring, and donuts just not for you? Well, let me tell you all about something you NEED to try - it's called PAN DULCE! Pan dulce is Spanish for 'sweet bread' and is the perfect Mexican breakfast on the go. You can pair it with a coffee, chase it down with a sip of Abuelita - hell, eat it alone for all I care. Either way, you're not going to be let down! These are called 'conchas'. They're basically the world's most awesome roll. They're not very sweet in the actual roll part, but are covered in a sweet cookie crust. They're also very colorful. If you see a concha out in the wild, it means things are about to get real delicious. Whatchu know about OREJAS?! They're supposed to look like ears, but I just see rainbows made out of delectable carbohydrates. Made with flaky puff pastry, the oreja is pretty bourgie for a pan dulce. BOOM. Marranitos. These molasses pig-shaped cookies almost taste like a Mexican variety of gingerbread - except they're SO MUCH BETTER and SERVED ALL YEAR ROUND. (This is also my favorite pan dulce so if you mess with the marranito, you're messing with me.) Holy Empanadas! Mexican empanadas make all other empanadas look like Hot Pockets. You might know empanadas as stuffed with potato, meat, and cheese (which you can easily find in Mexico!), but empanadas of the bakery variety are filled with apple, pumpkin, and pineapple! Yum! Save room for 'cuernos'! The cuerno is like the butter croissant's fun kid sister who you'd much rather hang out with because butter croissants are comparatively boring and less colorful. My favorite cuernos have pink stripes, but you can find cuernos of all sorts of colors! Those are five different pan dulces in a long, long list of awesome panadería eats! If you've never been to a Mexican bakery, I highly recommend you visit and try these for yourself! What's your favorite pan dulce? Is there one I didn't mention that YOU really enjoy? Let me know in the comments below! (And I'm totally tagging all of my Mexican candy fans. Because word. @TerrecaRiley @alywoah @KpopGaby @JoeyNelson @mirandazamira @YeseniaLira @bangtanboysfan1 @Sunflower18 @aabxo @giselacampos14 @DulceOjeda @Cuetlatchli @Thyaremycreator @AnnahiZaragoza @aliciasalinas @SunnyV @IlseJimenez @YeseniaF @purplem00n23 @reyestiny93 @jgallegos222 @NykeaKing @RaquelArredondo)