My Travel Bucket List

Travelling is something that I’ve been doing since I was a child. While living in England, my family took holidays in Scotland, Wales and Spain, to name a few.

When I was in the eighth grade (2012), I went on my first trip without my parents. It was a trip organized by my junior high school art teacher, and we travelled to Boston, MA for spring break.

My second school trip was in the eleventh grade (2015), and it was a week in Ireland.

I’ve always loved travelling, and there’s just something so great about travelling without parents. The feeling of being in charge of my own money and how I spend it was always so thrilling to me. Now, of course, I have a job and am in charge of how all of my money is spent, but the excitement of travelling is still there.

Recently I have been brainstorming places I would like to visit in the future, so for today’s post (it’s a day late, my apologies) I decided to list a few of them.


California, USA

Disneyland, California

This one is exciting, because it looks like I’ll be able to travel here next year! Two of my closest friends said they would love to visit Disneyland after school ends for the summer. So if all goes according to plan, I’ll be headed to California in May of 2018!
My family was supposed to plan a road trip to California a couple of years ago, but my brother’s hockey schedule interfered. I was disappointed at the time, but I knew I would get the chance to go in the future.
While my friends and I are just planning on visiting Disneyland, in the future I would love to check out Hollywood, as well as other sights in Los Angeles and San Francisco.

 

Venice, Italy

Venice, Italy

This city has no roads, just canals, and I think that is the coolest thing ever! All of the pictures you can find of Venice are simply stunning, and I’d love to be able to take pictures of my own one day.

 

New York, USA

New York City, USA

This one is definitely a classic – there are simply so many things to be done in New York! Visiting Central Park, the Statue of Liberty, Grand Central Station, seeing a Broadway show… this would be a jam-packed trip full of amazing memories.

 

Paris, France

Eiffel Tower - Paris

The City of Love, as some may call it. I dream of one day walking the streets of this gorgeous city while holding hands with someone I love. Cheesy, I know, but I like that kind of thing. Paris is full of not-to-be-missed landmarks, such as the Eiffel Tower and the Arc de Triomphe.
Paris also has a Disneyland theme park, so I would definitely check that out! (Can you tell I have a thing for Disney theme parks yet? Lol)

 

Have you visited any of these locations? What has been your favourite travel destination?

Thanks for reading,
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14 thoughts on “My Travel Bucket List

  1. Ahhhh, I love this! California is definitely an awesome place to go! I’ve only ever gone once, to both Disneyland and California Adventure, but it was definitely a lot of fun! And ditto to all the rest of your list. 🙂 I love this idea for a post I might make one similar in the future if you don’t mind.

    I definitely agree about traveling without parents by the way. Family vacations are fine and all but everything is ten times better when you’re in control and experiencing everything without feeling like a child.

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