I didn’t even have to think twice about this one. It’s probably not any different from most other people’s wishes. BUT, if I had three months off I’d travel. I’d buy an around-the-world ticket, and off I’d go. My itinerary would look something like this (Please note, all images are sourced within the words of the document):
I’d then head over to Asia, but this is where it gets tricky. Normally with around-the-world tickets, you can’t back track. So how do you get between all of the little islands and big lang masses without backtracking? Maybe it’s easier than it looks? I guess I’d stop first somewhere in the South Pacific…French Polynesia, Cook Islands, Fiji…they all kind of look the same, but that’s not a bad thing, since they all look like this South Pacific. Then I’d hit up New Zealand for more hiking, wine-tasting, and kayaking.
Depending on how I’m doing on time, I might limit myself to just the South Island of New Zealand. Then I’d jet over to Australia and cover as much of the country as I could– including the outback. Sydney and Uluru I’d rest my soul and renew my spirit and energy in Bali’s rice fields. Then head to Vietnam and Cambodia for culture and delicious food. In Thailand I’d mix culture with relaxation. One of the most challenging yet most rewarding parts of my 3-month journey would be Nepal. I’d put fears aside and hike to Mt. Everest’s base camp. It’s important to do things that scare you, right? India and the Taj Mahal would be next. A few weeks in the Seychelles may be needed after all of this traveling. I’d make a stop in Ethiopia just to re-visit one of my most favorite places on earth. I’d go hiking and refuel on amazing food. And then I would head back home.
What would YOU do for three months?