I knew this would happen.
It took me ages to finalise the ‘top five countries I want to go back to’ list. I kept mulling it over… but now, I’m not convinced I made the right choices. Why did I limit it to five?
I do want to go back to Bolivia, Bangladesh, Greenland, Burkina Faso and the USA / Canada. But I also want to go back to Italy, Iceland, India and Morocco. In some cases, I want to revisit specific areas such as Tofino and Bella Coola in British Columbia (Canada). I also want to return to Vietnam to explore new areas such as the Mekong Delta.
And then there are so many new countries to be explored. Can I really go back to old favourites?
Well, having just recently returned from Iceland (my third visit), I know that some countries get under my skin and whether it’s the food, landscape or culture, every time I go, it’s a different experience. And I have the luxury of being able to explore deeper since I don’t have to worry about the ‘tourist’ sights.
And since I can find an adventure almost everywhere, revisiting a country or exploring new territories is hardly going to be a hardship, is it?