Travel: verb /ˈtræv.əl/
➀ to make a journey, usually over a long distance
➁ to move or go from one place to another

Since ancient times the human being has always moved across lands. Nowadays moving has certainly become faster and easier and for this reason each year millions of people all over the world take the first airplane, train, bike or car to begin an adventure to discover new cultures, landscapes and emotions.
I have set up a long list of places that i would like to travel to before i became too old to even get up from the couch.

- Lake Atitlan, Guatemala
- Tortola, British Virgin Islands
- The Catskills, New York
- Jackson Hole, Wyoming
- Los Angeles
- Santiago, Chile
- Todos Santos, Baja California Sur
- Lofoten Islands, Norway ​​
- Isla Holbox, Mexico
- Chefchaouen, Morocco
- Kyoto, Japan
- Douro Valley, Portugal
- Busan, South Korea
- Hvar, Croatia
- Moab, Utah
- Tofino, British Columbia
- Turks & Caicos
- Berlin, Germany
- Santa Barbara, California
- Galle, Sri Lanka
- Hobart, Tasmania
- Ponte Vedra, Florida
- Atacama Desert, Chile
- Belfast, Northern Ireland
- Crete, Greece
- Guayaquil, Ecuador
- Honolulu, Hawaii
- Placencia, Belize
- Provence, France
- Buenos Aires, Argentina
- Valle de Guadeloupe, Mexico
- South Luangwa Valley, Zambia
- Cape Town, South Africa
- Mandalay, Myanmar
- Tokyo, Japan
- Seoul, South Korea
- Mandalay, Myanmar
- Galápagos Islands
- Northern Lights
- Machu Picchu, Peru
- Great Wall, China

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