Dream Vacations

For many of us, vacations we had been planning for months, maybe years, have been cancelled or postponed due to COVID-19. It’s been easy to begin feeling down about the situation – we know there’s been days where we’ve felt frustrated and trapped because it all. And while travel restrictions are slowly beginning to lift, we think we’ve a while to go before we can start to move freely again.

So, with that in mind, we decided it would be fun to make today’s blog post about a few of the dream vacations we want to go on one day in the future, to help us escape everyday life and start looking forward to the days when we can travel again.

So here it is – our top 6 places we’d jet off to immediately if given the chance (in no particular order):  

A Dream vacation for us!

Tahiti/Bora Bora –because we’ve had our sights set on staying in an over water bungalow in the Polynesian Islands for quite some time now.

South Africa – because we love the idea of going on a safari and seeing wildlife in their own habitat

Antarctica – again because we’d love to get the chance to see some incredible wildlife, and we feel like it would be a truly unique trip.

West Coast of America – because driving along the Pacific Coast Highway looks incredible, plus Iain’s never had the chance to try In N Out.

Japan – because it looks like such an incredibly unique place to visit – unlike anywhere we’ve ever been.

New  Zealand – because the scenery looks so beautiful, and because we’re both Lord of the Rings fans.

We hope it’s not too long before we get the chance to start visiting some of these incredible places.

Until then, stay safe and keep planning the next adventure!

Brianna & Iain


5 thoughts on “Dream Vacations

  1. My Father and I visited Scotland in 2019. We booked a self drive tour through Nordic Visitor. The best 18 days of my life…. But we missed a lot due to time. On our flight back we decided we want to go back in 2021 and see the rest of Scotland but this time we are doing it in a camper van for 90 days. I finished my planning already all that I wait for now is a vaccine for covid19 and the opening of the borders. My dads doctors said they will not sign off that he can go unless there is one. It looks like we will only be travelling in 2022 but that is also fine. Gives me time to fine tune our itinerary.

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