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QUESTION OF THE MONTH, hosted by Michael G. D’Agostino of A Life Examined, is published on the first Monday. Michael’s directive: “Your readers would like to know a little more about you. Show them who you are by taking part in the Question of the Month bloghop. On the first Monday of each month, we answer the question that gets posted here. Sign up on the list below to join the fun 😉 With every question, remember that the important part is explaining your answer.”
This month’s question is:
“Of all the places in the world that you haven’t yet been to,
where would you like to go next?”
Good question! I’ve been to many places and, while I hope to visit many more, the realities of life may put a crimp in that idea.
Hubby and I are near retirement and have definitely slowed down. Air travel has become more and more uncomfortable as perks are eliminated and smaller seats jammed in. Then there’s the financial aspect. We prefer upscale accommodations, but flights, hotels and meals cost a lot more than they used to and disposable income will shrink once we stop working. Still, one can dream, yes? I was fortunate to have crossed #1 off the bucket list in 2013. I’m talking about exploring Greece, which had been a lifelong dream. Number 2, Egypt and the pyramids have moved up, but it seems like an unrealistic dream for several reasons, including the volatility of the area. Further down the list are Venice and Malta. We could possibly do both of those on a cruise and that’s at least a remote possibility. Here’s hoping!
Where in the world would you like to go next?
Looking forward to your comments!
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