I'm sure everyone knows by now that I went to New York twice last year and it was probably the best time of my life. I had never been to the states before and I have always wanted to go there. First time was for four days and the next time was for a week and to be quite honest, I would have happily stayed there for longer. I definitely could not live there full time because of how busy it is, but it is one of those places that is worth a decent lengthy stay. New York is probably one of the reasons why I want to be able to see the wider picture and be able to explore more of the world.

Don't get me wrong, I do enjoy a nice sunny holiday to be able to do absolutely nothing, relax and enjoy the scenery. But, even then I like to get out, walk around and be able to see the sights. I like the kind of holidays where you can go on excursions and perhaps learn something about the country that you are in. There is only so much sun that you can enjoy, as I am not the type of person who can just sit around sun tanning, as I get bored very easily! But let's get into the places that I would love to visit and why!

Australia is a beautiful place that is definitely at the top of my list! I have always wanted to travel to Australia, especially the outback to be able to visit all the animals, go on Safari and tour the country! There are so many locations in Australia to visit, that I would need at least a month to be able to enjoy it properly and take advantage of how large of a country it actually is. One of the main things that I would love to do is feed Joeys and visit the set of Neighbours and perhaps Home and Away (yes, I do love those soaps).

I would love to visit Amsterdam, mainly to be able to visit Ann Franks house, as this is something I have always wanted to do. Ever since watching A Fault In Our Stars, it has made me want to go even more, even with all the stairs! The sex museum is something I would also like to do, as it is the kind of person I am. Not only is it interesting, but I think I would find it quite humorous too, for obvious reasons. I also think it has the lovely scenery being able to rent a bicycle and bike around as you wish, to be able to take it all in.

Ever since visiting Disneyland Paris. I have always wanted to visit it's extremely larger counterpart in Orlando. I visited Paris when I was 11 years old, so for me wanting to visit now says it all. But then again, I have already got a holiday booked for 2 weeks in September and I am already counting down the days to go. So much to go out to see and lots of adventures to take. I love Disney and I absolutely love the states! So I am glad I am going to be able to eventually tick this one off my bucket list!

Auschwitz has always been a place I have wanted to visit, historically. Although, as sad as it is, it fascinates me but for educational purposes and to pay my respects to those who lost their lives during this period. I have read a lot about it and I have seen plenty of images, but I want to be able to experience it for myself just so I can get a tiny glimpse of what it would have been like and be able to learn more about the Holocaust.

I know it is not your typical sun, sea, sand and sangria type holiday but I feel like it is one of those places you definitely need to visit at least once. I want to go and take in all the culture, especially all of the delicious foods they have to offer. I'm sure I would be able to veganise at least something over there. It is such a beautiful country and I would to love to someday be able to tick it from my list.

These are just a handful of places I want to be able to eventually travel to and be able to say that I have been there and experienced the different cultures. As there is so many, I have decided that I am going to do a Wanderlust Wishlist every now and again. So I can share the different places I would love to travel to and hopefully someone can recommend some to me!