1. Shop at Shibuya 109 -Tokyo, JapanShibuya 109

*UPDATE: See what I bought from Shibuya 109

GUYS THIS HAS BEEN A DREAM OF MINE SINCE I WAS 9 YEARS OLD! 14 years later I was able to travel to Tokyo AND buy the Spice Girls shoes of my dreams.

2. Purikura at Kawaii Takeshita St. -Tokyo, Japan

I could not visit Tokyo without visiting Kawaii mecca Takeshita Street! Purikuras are the cutesy snap photos you take with friends and make yourself up into a kawaii doll  (ノ◠ ω ◠)ノ*:・゚✧

*UPDATE: See my experience visiting Takeshita St. and my uber CUTE Purikuras!

3. Chiang Mai- Thailand

Chiang Mai Thailand

Chiang Mai is a city in northern Thailand that is known for their awe-inspiring temples, luscious gardens, and elephant tours.

4. Visit Machu Picchu – Machu Picchu, Perumacchu-pichu-llama

5. Bali, Indonesia

Bali Rice Terrace

Beautiful culture, luscious greenery, and beautiful villas & beaches. Why not Bali??

6. Swim with Whale Sharks – Cebu, Phillipines

philippines cebu

7. San Fransciso, LA- USA

san francisco

This photo sums up San Fransico nicely. Steep, exhausting roads, expensive houses built on top of each other, and the occasional green. Still a sight to see!

8. Kayak Lake Louise – Canada


9. Sydney-Austrailia

Opera-house Syndey, Australia

10. Dubai- UAE

dubai mosque

11. Athens – Greece


I love watching documentaries about Ancient Greek culture and their day to day activities. The Parthenon, Acropolis, and the Hammam Baths are a must!

12. Visit the Himba Tribes – Namibia

13. Visit the Gardens by the Bay – Singapore

singapore gardens by the bay

Such a beautiful sight, especially at night!

14. Venice – Italy

venice italy

Beautiful city full of ancient history. I always found it interesting that Venice has no roads, only a Canal! I would love to see how  efficient the citizens get around for their daily activities – by boat!

15. Austin, TX- USA

Austin Texas

I have heard from multiple people that Austin, Texas is THE PLACE TO BE for young adults. With a lively music scene full of arts and culture, beautiful rolling landscapes, wineries, and young professionals, I have to see it all for myself!

16. Roadtrip around Texas Hill Country

BLUEBONNETS! I remember my 1st grade teacher teaching the class about the Texas State Flower, the bluebonnet. Ever since, I’ve always imagined twirling in the vivid wildflowers, and having a picnic on the rolling hills.  Let’s make it a roadtrip!