I still remember in my college psychology class when a life moment hit me. The professor asked a very simple question: “If money was no object and you could go anywhere in the world – write down 5 places you want to go.” His example was trying to prove a different point, but what struck me was that up until that point in my life growing up relatively poor in rural Indiana – I hadn’t really ever considered that I could make such a list. It floored me. As a college graduate, I would actually get to make a list like this and possibly even see it realized. So, I present the question to you.
Where are 5 places you would go if money were no object?
Here’s a couple of mine…
- Spend a week or so in a stilt hut over azure, clear-blue water on a tropical French Polynesian island reading, resting, and drinking umbrella drinks. Like Tahiti, Bora-Bora, or Moorea for instance.
- Take a camping/hiking photography tour of the Island of Skye’s amazing landscape.
- The mountains of Chile or possibly western/southern Argentina
- Hong Kong, China or Tokyo, Japan – not sure which would win if I had to pick one
- One of the poles – either Australia with a side trip to either the South Pole. Or, travel above the Arctic circle to the North Pole.
What’s on your list?