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This is where I aspire to travel within the next 3 years: Remaining 2014: * Ruta Mayas - Mexico - Guatemala, maybe also Honduras? (new countries) 2015 * China (new country) * Ireland (new country) * Naples - Amalfi coast - Pompeii * Russia (new country) 2016 * ...
... s a combination of both preferences and proximity, but I know I will never stop visiting back London, Rome or New York, as much as I will always love a summer bike tour of Amsterdam or a spring road trip of Cornwall.
And then, there are the "residual" dream travels. In countries I already explored, but there is a bit that got away and it stinks. So, in my next 5 year travel plan, I just have to fit:
* a roadtrip back in Italy to explore its lower part, ...
... 8217;t as good as the gyros and I wasn’t really that hungry so I ended up giving most of my meal to Matt. After lunch we headed back on the buses for a ride to Patras where we briefly saw a Greek Orthodox Church dedicated to St. Andrew before getting on the ferry. This ferry is definitely nicer than the one on the way here, more spacious too. Once we got on we got our rooming assignments ...
... up with the others in the group and we went to the beach. The water was deliciously warm and there was a big diving board about 50m off the shore. It was a great way to spend the afternoon. Our last day in the Greek islands started very early with Crete. We only had a couple of hours there so we wandered into the centre of the main town and had a look in the markets. As we were in quite a busy port, there wasn't any opportunity ...
... want to give him any wrong impressions...) and found Kalikalos. I was immediately greeted by as many fully blooming hydrangea and rose bushes as I have ever seen. They are everywhere here! Kalikalos is the name of the center. It is in the small village called Kissos, which is basically just one cobblestone road with a square and a couple of taverns and a church. Kissos is up a mountain on the Pelion Peninsula, so we have quite a breathtaking view of the Aegean sea and some ...