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How Do I Pick a Destination?

I'm Asking: Do You "Save" Destinations?

Even with no vacations on the immediate horizon, it can't hurt to dream! Travel wish listing has become a common coffee chat amongst my friends whenever one of us is planning a trip. When throwing out cities we hoped to visit in the next year or two, we ended up divided on a particular issue.
One single pal made a comment that she was "saving" a particular destination for her honeymoon. While I fondly remember my honeymoon dream trip in St. Lucia, I can't say I intentionally knew years before I was married — or even engaged — that it would be where I went. Conversely, my other friend picked out her destination (Borneo!) when we were still in college. Whether saving it for a particular occasion, age, or milestone, do you hold off on picking places for reasons other than money?

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amber512 amber512 5 years
I have never saved any destinations. If money weren't an issue there are a LOT of places I'd love to go right now!
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Hm I don't know if saving something for a honey moon is a great idea. If the place is great, you'd probably enjoy going twice, and what if it sucks? You won't know beforehand. The only reason I sort of plan my vacations years ahead is because I categorize them into "places where I go mainly to party" and "places I can take my future children"
RoaringSilence RoaringSilence 5 years
Hm I don't know if saving something for a honey moon is a great idea. If the place is great, you'd probably enjoy going twice, and what if it sucks? You won't know beforehand. The only reason I sort of plan my vacations years ahead is because I categorize them into "places where I go mainly to party" and "places I can take my future children"
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