Everyone has places they want to go, see, live, etc. And I am no exception. My list is long, crazy, and kinda stupid. But I have goals for this life, and I intend on meeting them. Otherwise, what was the point? Why make plans, why dream, why set goals if you’re never going to try? Right now, school and money are the obstacles. One more year of school at home (hopefully), and I’ll be moving to Savannah to get my bachelors and masters. After those goals are met, the next step is working. Finding a job in Savannah or Atlanta, working, saving money, fixing up a house, and starting our life (yes, Jonathan is included in these plans). Then the next step, which I’m very excited for, is moving overseas.
It has always been a dream of mine to live in Europe. Thanks to a YouTuber I watch, I found the place I’d like us to move to first. Jonathan says he’s cool with it. I mean, who doesn’t like the coast of England? I’ll probably end up finding work in London and having to commute, Jonathan as well, but Brighton is really where I’d like us to live.
So, you know the first few places that’s on my list, but what about the rest? Que bullet points!
- Savannah, Georgia. Not only for school, but because the place is so gorgeous. Plus, it’s the most haunted city in the country!
- Brighton, UK. It’s a little coastal town on the southern part of England, about two hours’ train ride from London. Look it up! Super cute and kitschy.
- Not sure where. Probably countryside, near Dublin. I like Ireland but this is on the list for Jonathan, cause he’s the one that wants to live there at some point.
- Doesn’t matter where. Probably a city, like Madrid. Jonathan is basically fluent in Spanish and they have a great theater scene. Perfect for him.
- Cairo, Egypt. We wouldn’t live there very long, probably like six months to a year. The point is to be able to travel that northern part of Africa without having to spend lots of money. I’ve loved Cairo for a very long time, and it is one of those places I have always wanted to live. It’s a great way to immerse yourself in a new culture and have great experiences.
- Particularly Paris, but honestly it doesn’t matter where. For the longest time I’ve told my friends and family that I want to die in Paris. And I still mean it. The plan is to retire to Paris, spend my days looking at the Eiffel tower, reading, writing, and drinking whatever is in my hand.
TO VISIT (this one is just a list)
- The Caribbean and Bahamas
- All over south America
- All over the united states
I could’ve listed all the states and countries and cities of those, but I don’t want this to be too long. Just know, it’s extensive.
What’s your travel bucket list? If you could live, or go anywhere in the world, without worrying about money, where would it be? Share your answers in the comments!