30 Day Challenge: Day 14 - A Dream Vacation

Anybody who has seen my bucket list or the dream wedding books Ashlee and I made at a sleepover will know that I just love travel and vacation in general.  So, really, this week's challenge is really hard.

I could choose Panama, my country of birth...

Or England, home of Shakespeare and Austen...

Or maybe Australia, where I could hold a koala (see bucket list)... 

I can't really choose.  Where would *you* go?


  1. I've always wanted to go on a road trip around the country where nothing is planned. Like you get in the car with a suitcase, tons of books and a road map!

    My aunt, grandmother and I are actually planning on doing a small-scale version of this this summer! We're going to go to two or three cities over the course of one or so weeks during the summer, not plans already made. I'm SO excited!!

    I think England or Australia would also be so much fun to visit! I've always wanted to go there :)

  2. Julie, road trips are always fun, especially spontaneous movie-like trips! :D I've always wanted to do something like that, too. Really, I think any form of trip, vacation, travel, etc. would excite me. ;)

    I'm actually going to Dominica, an island nation in the Carribean, this summer on a mission trip with my youth group. I guess we'll both have amazing summers!

  3. I really want to go to Russia! I was born there and lived there for 7 years. :)

  4. Ooo, Russia! I didn't even think of that one. Do you remember anything about it?

  5. Oh, lots!!! It would stay winter for ages... we would get about 5 feet of snow in the winter (Siberia). We have lots of marigolds in Russia (at least were I was)! We would go mushroom picking and we wouldn't have to worry about poisonous mushrooms because the only one I remember being poisonous was a red mushroom with white dots. We would go picking wild strawberries. And much much more!

    I would also like to go visit there because I have family back there such as siblings, uncles, aunts, etc. :):)

    I think you would like it their. You should research on Russian New Year. That's the best time of the year! They don't celebrate Christmas because New Year is like Christmas. We used to get a big box of candy (per person!!!) every New Year! :)

  6. It sounds really pretty :) I honestly don't know much about Russia. It's not one of the countries that are commonly known, like England with Big Ben or Spain with bull-fighting, you know?

    In fact, everything I know about Russia comes from the Disney animated Anastasia movie and what you just told me. :S


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