Random Musings

If money (or visa) is not an issue, where would you spend a month in and why?

October 17, 2014
Oia, Santorini

That was the question I asked my lovely Facebook Page friends last week and the response was overwhelming! It gave me an idea on where to go next. Lol.

Facebook is a great tool to interact with people, I have gained a few cyber friends thru my page and it’s always nice to hear from them specially about the travels that they’ve done which somehow, I was able to help them do. My readers are no non-sense, believe me! They’re as good a traveler as any of the world travelers out there so I always value their opinion whenever a travel topic comes up.

Here are some who participated in the first round of this series which I will call, the Facebook Fiasco. Lol.


St. Basil's Cathedral Moscow, Russia
St Basil’s Cathedral Moscow, Russia

Ayi Esguerra: I’d like to visit Russia to see how the place is in reality, if it is really like how they show it in the movies. And New Zealand for the laid back travel.

Kai Mingoy: I’d say St. Petersburg and Moscow Russia, heard a lot about it.. (also) Spain, Santorini Greece (and) Montenegro…

Oia, Santorini

Oia, Santorini

Michelle Flang: Would definitely go to Greece and (also) tour around Geneva in Switzerland.

Jedy Mheer De Guzman: Greece! Coz I really want to see Santorini! With the picturesque blue and white washed houses in Oia! And its (cobble)stone walkway! Oh dear! Everything is really with an exclamation point here! 🙂

Read some of my posts about Greece here.

Oktoberfest in Germany

Sheila of A B and ME : Germany … Oktoberfest, baby!

Read some of my posts about Germany here.

Hexagons, Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia (2086104060)
Salt Flats in Bolivia

Marissa Discaya: I would spend it by travelling to Germany, Budapest, Romania (to visit Dracula’s Castle), Cuba, Bolivia (to see the salt flat), Argentina, Chile, Uruguay, Ecuador, Portugal and Spain.

Read some of my posts about Portugal here.

Sagrada Familia 02
Sagrada Familia, Barcelona, Spain

Sai Cervantes: I say… Spain for its interesting places, architecture and food.

Read some of my posts about Spain here.

Zambia - Mosi-oa-Tunya
Victoria Falls, Zambia

Freitz Arenas: I’m kind of a nature lover so I’ll choose Africa! Sun City Resort, Victoria Falls, game drive, tented accommodation in the middle of safari, jungle adventure, exotic foods! Why not! One more – wanna go for a Caribbean Cruise with hubby and a Disney cruise in Europe with the whole family!!

Table Mountain, CapeTown (3272000315)
Cape Town, South Africa

Sean of Venturists : We’d love to spend a month in various game parks in Africa (Botswana, South Africa, Kenya, etc.) With money no issue, make it the really nice catered private reserves and camps!

Read some of my posts about Kenya here.

Boracay, Philippines
Boracay, Philippines

Rhessie Repas Shi-ngian: I would love to travel the whole Philippines (if safety is not an issue as well as money) then travel the whole world to see different cultures, belief, history, food & meet different people.

Cynthia Carpio Bautista: In Phillipine islands first, then,Europe to see on my own eyes the castles and palaces i only see in movies!

Read some of my posts about the Philippines here.

Bora Bora

Bianca Chan: Borabora & Japan

Tokyo street 3
Tokyo, Japan

Mitzie Mee of MitzieMee[dot]com: In Tokyo! I would camp inside Tsukiji fish market and eat sushi for breakfast, lunch and dinner:)

Venice Italy
Venice, Italy

Pearl Grace StaMaria Garcia: I would spend it by travelling to the beautiful country of ITALY….. The food, the art, the beaches, the wine, the countryside and its people. It would be so awesome to visit this country given a chance.

Marrss Patt: I would like to travel in European countries and experience the taste of their culture, and learn different languages as well.

Read some of my posts about Italy here.

Hanauma Bay, Oahu, Hawaii (Turnstange)

NAda of Undefined Declarations: Maybe somewhere far like Hawaii or an island where people just surf and do nothing else! It would be cool to try to live a different lifestyle to the city life that we grew up in. I would spend a month shopping at Organic stores, eating healthy organic food, trying out different water sports, spending time by the beach. Just being away from busy modern city life for a change.

See? I told you my readers are no nonsense when it comes to traveling. From the list itself, I was able to add some more places to see into my bucket list. :p

Thank you for all the readers who contributed on this post. If you’d like to join in the Facebook Fiasco fun, be sure to follow my Facebook page – Pinay Flying High as I will be posting the questions there every month.

Stay tuned for the next round of this fiasco.

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