Every spring I have severe cabin fever. But the wanderlust is completely natural and, I think, a healthy expression of being happy for the change in seasons. I'm already looking forward to a travel opportunity to Seattle in June, to see my dear friend Heather get married.
So my husband indulged me in a little fantasy, and we wrote out 5 places we'd love to visit if money were no option. (Money, unfortunately, is a very big option.) I was surprised to find out there was no overlap. These were our choices, but they're not ranked:
- New Zealand
- South Korea
It was interesting to find this out about my spouse, who I know pretty well after 22 years of companionship--11 of those in marriage. But here's the predictable part: most of his choices were based on hunting and fishing possibilities, and most of mine were based on sacred sites and history.
Where would YOU go if money were no object?