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if i had a million dollars

So, my exams are finally over, and I can start blogging more often again. I’m definitely relieved, although that’s a short feeling of obliviousness until my papers are handed back. Such positivity.

But as I haven’t been able to travel recently, I’ve decided to complete a tag that I found online. I’m not sure exactly where I found it, sometime during those three-hour internet quests, that I make too often. Anyways it was really interesting to see what everybody had to say about their dream destination; New York, India, Hong Kong, UAE, and Africa were some of the popular choices.

So, if I had a million dollars…where would I go? Well let’s see. I feel like I’d either do Europe or Australia. Australia is actually my first option, but I have a crippling fear of snakes. I genuinely don’t mind the sharks, bugs, or possibilities of being stranded in the Outback. It’s the elongated carnivorous reptiles of the suborder serpentes that really scare me. Also, I’d like to thank Wikipedia for that definition of snakes, and Google images for producing several pictures even though I didn’t really want them.

However, Australia is just so dazzling, with the vibrant sunsets, the indigenous animals, the rugged outback, and jagged moss covered cliffs above the foamy sea.

But I’m equally tempted by the cyan colored canals of Venice, the faded rising houses from the shallow seas of Greece, the remains of the Empire in Rome.

Since I’m at a crossroads, I’ll use my perfected methods to make any hard decisions.

I’ll flip a coin.

And Australia it is!

I’m not sure where my journey would begin, but I’d like to start at Queensland and do a whole circle of the country. I’d definitely love to camp under the starry sky of the outback, try some water sports, visit the Sydney Opera House, and see the famous Uluru.

And yes, I’d flip a coin to choose my next destination.   🙂

 

Picture above: A view of Fraser Island from my bed.

Also, please don’t get me wrong; if I actually had a million dollars, I’d donate most of it to charity.

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