Places that I definitely want to visit
One of my dreams is to travel around the world, but I never got to because I only traveled once per year, and that always ended up being South Korea. And I am an INTJ who cannot make a decision unless everything is planned out, not to mention that I often enjoy a quite time just working out at a gym and study or work on something at a cafe. However, my dream still lives till today, and here are few places where I want to visit for sure.
Balloons, Cappadocia, Turkey
Turkey was not on top of my wanted place to visit list. However, I happened to see a picture like this above when I checked out an Instagram, and my mind kept thinking about this afterward. One of my childhood dreams was to travel around the world in a ballon, and this seems to be the closest to this. I had a chance to get into a ballon for about 8 minutes in my recent visit to Disney Springs in Orlando, Florida, but that was just one ballon. Being mesmerized by seeing a sky full of balloons will be so cool.
Salt lake, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia
Visiting the popular salt lake in Salar De Uyuni has been actually the number one wanted to do in my travel list, but I never had a chance to. I almost considered this in December 2021, but my risky prone personality eventually made me to give up on this. I guess I was not exactly prepared on how to get there, how to get a perfect day for a perfect shot.
Mape Forest In Vaihapi Gardens, Tahiti French Polynesia.
I once had a dream one day where I was slowly floating in the mid-air to travel through a forest full of trees. The forest was quite dim but the pool of waters within the forest were luminescent, illuminating with magical lights. Although I don’t remember the entire story of that dream, I could not forget that scene afterward and kept searching for a place similar to this. One day, I saw a series of travel documentaries on Amazon Prime Video, and I found this place called Tahiti French Polynesia had a secret forest named Mape Forest. This place looked closest to the scene in my my dream that I was looking for.
Son Doong Cave, Vietnam
Son Doong Cave was accidentally found by a local Vietnamese in 1991, and this cave is now supposed to be the largest cave in the world. Inside there, an unbelievable scenery unfolds as the forest contains an area where trees and green floras grow within the forest.
The Riviera Maya underwater cave, Mexico
I have a secret that I want to confess — I cannot swim. Well, if it is just a swim lane that only goes for a short distance, I can swim from an end-to-end, but I don’t know a proper breathing technique, so I am going to drown if I would be put over the water for a long time. However, if I have a safety tube with me, I still want to float and to roam over the water of this beautiful The Riviera Maya underwater cave, Mexico. When I saw a picture of this cave first time, I could not believe my eye.
Aurora Borealis, North Pole or somewhere cold
My numero uno wanted-to-do-before-I-die wish was to see aurora borealis, which is known to be “festival of lights.” I never had a chance to do this, but it is okay if this is the last thing that I see before I die. Scientifically, this is an explainable phenomena, but I can imagine how fantastic the scene will be to behold in front of my eye.