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If I could apparate, I'd go...

These are all the places that I would like to go to before I die!!!

If I could apparate, I'd go...

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visit the Redwood National Park in Cali. Maybe also make a pitstop to Fern Canyon, a ravine 30-50 ft with walls covered in ferns.

see the Bahauddin Maqbara in Junagadh, India. Maybe it'll be part of my trip while I see the Taj Mahal. It's a mausoleum owned by Bahaduddinbhai Hasainbhai and is in need of repairs, sadly. Hopefully future tourists and/or the government of India can restore this beautiful building.

the Plitvice Lakes in Croatia. Named by the priest Dominik Vukasovic, plitvice in Croatian means shallow basins filled with water and made by nature. I'd also like to fly over this National Park via helicopter. Apparently the lakes are known for having distinctive colors that range from azure to green, grey or blue!

the Antelope Canyon in Arizona. I've ALWAYS wanted to go here because every single picture I've seen has been breath-taking. Located in Navajo Nation, what an amazing place to play hide and seek.

to the Kuha Karuhas Pavilion inside Phraya Nakhon Cave in Khao-Sam-Roi-Yot National Park in Thailand. There are two white sand beaches located in this park as well! What a great place to meditate on life.

to the Jiuzaigou Valley in southwest China. 7 out of 9 of the Tibetan villages that have been around for centuries and are still populated to this day. Maybe I'll even see a panda in this area!!!

to this little town in the foothills of the Dolomites Mountains in Italy and climb the vie ferrates, or the protected paths that were created from WWI. I like history, what can I say!

to Zhangjiajie National Forest Park and pretend that I'm visiting the Hallelujah Mountains in Avatar. Apparently this place lights up with bioluminescent plants at night as well!

7 Amazing Natural Landmarks

to India and visit the Krishna Temple, one of the most important places of worship for Hindus of Kerala. I'd wear a beautiful sari and stand amongst worshippers and spirits alike.

to the Taj Mahal, built by Emperor Shah Jahan and memory of his third wife who died giving birth to their 14th child. "Should guilt seek asylum here, Like one pardoned, he becomes free from sin. Should a sinner make his way to this mansion, All his past sins are to be washed away. The sight of this mansion creates sorrowing sighs; And the sun and the mood shed tears from their eyes. In this world this edifice has been made; To display thereby the creator's glory." -Emperor Jahan

to Moscow, Russia and eat ice cream in front of the St. Basil's cathedral. :)

to Patagonia and visit the Torres del Paine National Park in Chile among the other amazing places in Patagonia!

to Malta and visit the St. Paul's and St. Agatha's catacombs or the forts!!! And um...I totally didn't use Game of they filmed a lot of want to go here... :)

to Instanbul, not Constantinople been a long time gone, Constantinople now it's a Turkish delight on a moonlit night! The epitome of Byzantine architecture, meaning "Holy Wisdom," I love how this religious structure represents two different beliefs and continues to instill faith and hope.

  • Amanda Yu
    Amanda Yu

    it is gorgeous inside too!

to Bali and visit the Ulun Danu Beratan Tample in the Candi Kuning countryside...and of course visit the gorgeous beaches!!!!

  • stephanie k dickerson
    stephanie k dickerson

    I'm coming with you!

  • D e s t y T u e
    D e s t y T u e

    highly recommended

to Dogon country in Mali. I sooooo wish I could have gone here while I was in West Africa. 300,000 people live here along a 125 mile stretch along the Cliffs of Bandiagara. Sigh. So beautiful.

Mendoza, Argentina and partake in a wine tour...and try to visit the places where Liberator General San Martin changed history and founded Argentina. Gotta be a little bit educational!

to the plains under Mt. Kilimanjaro, Tanzania, drink lots of wine, and read Hemingway!

to where George Clooney has his own private villa...Lake Como, Italy. Only a half an hour from Milan, and home of Alessandro Volta! Yup, the guy who invented a battery and his name is lived on in the "volt."

to Easter Island/ Rapa Nui, the Polynesian island where the Moai face statues dot the landscape! Sadly, in the 16th century, the community started to decline due to OVER-POPULATION and ENVIRONMENTAL DETERIORATION. All caps for a reason folks.

The Statues and Rock Art of Rapa Nui - Easter Island

to Angkor Wat in Cambodia, which is part of the Angkor Archaeological Area. Just 20 min. north from Siem Reap, this area was built from the 9th century. Pure beauty.

to the Fushimi Inari-taisha shrine of Inari in Fushimi-ku, Kyoto, Japan. Dedicated to the Fox Spirit, "Inari," or the spirit of the rice in storehouses. So beautiful during the day or night.

to Hadrian's wall in Northern England. 73 miles long, this was a fortified border during the Roman Empire under Emperor Hadrian's reign. One of the lesser known Roman ruins! And...I want to reenact the scene of Robin Hood, Prince of Thieves and pretend like I'm Kevin Costner as Robin Hood. Bam, I said it.

Dresden, Germany! This is Neumarkt Square with the "Church of Our Lady" or the Frauenkirche that was REBUILT from rubble in 2005. Amazing. Beautiful.

to London and visit the Westminster Palace and of course, Big Ben. More importantly, did you know that there's apparently a total of 19 bars in this place? WHAT? Please tell me SOMEONE has been to one!!! Also, I'd like to compare this place to my 3D puzzle I made of it when I was in 5th grade.