In this article, I will be talking about 5 travel destinations that I would love to visit before I turn 25.
Mexico, Bahamas, Jamaica, Haiti, and Canada are just some of the places I have had the awesome privilege of traveling to since I could remember. Traveling has always been a big thing in my family, and we always make sure we take the time to take vacations. Doesn’t matter if it’s a three-day trip to New Jersey to see my cousins or a seven-day cruise around the eastern Caribbean, we’re going to book that trip. Because traveling has been a huge part of my life, I have always had a couple of places in my mind that I would love to visit; or as my teacher would call it “a condensed bucket list but for travel”.
That’s exactly what is it. But instead of me going with my 18 family members (Yes, I did say 18. That’s exactly how many of us went to Paris last fall, but that is a different story for another post ;)) it would just be a small group of me and my friends. You may be wondering “Well why wouldn’t you want to take your amazing, large family with you to these places?”. The answer is simple.
I have not a single person who is close in age to me to simply explore or have fun with while in these places.
Last August, my two best friends and I went to Puerto Rico for the first time together. To sum up the entire trip, we had the time of our lives. From enjoying Puerto Rican cuisine to dancing the night away at a small strip in the heart of San Juan and also doing many different activities that were for adults only. It’s easier to plan with other adults than trying to find something to do with kids as well.
So, without further ado here are my top five bucket-listed destinations:
New York (As an Adult)