Wednesday, May 21, 2008

Question of the Day

Where should I take my next international trip? I've been to Spain, Venezuela and the Bahamas and that's really all I have on international trips (I think).

So I have some miles that will get me a free ticket [virtually] anywhere I want to go. Where do you all think I should go?

6 comments:

ThummyB said...

Well...you can do a couple of things. If you fly to Western Europe (London, Paris, Rome), then you can either visit that city exclusively or take the train btwn the various cities and see a larger part of Europe. More bang for your buck.

Also, there are tons of other great places in the Carribbean to still see...Jamaica, Turks & Caicos, Trinidad, US or British Virgin Islands, St. Barts, etc.

Lastly, I've heard really great things about Costa Rica, so you may want to look into that if you are trying to hit up South American again.

antithesis said...

go to london for me since i dont think im gonna make it this year. there or st. thomas. and if not there ghana, egypt, or senegal. OR you can close your eyes and point on a map or globe and go wherever you finger lands.

Reese Johnson said...

im all about europe but that exchange rate is rape right now (pardon the colloquialism) i say T & K, or just get ur commin to america on and spin the globe and point

ThummyB said...

Damn that spin the globe and point non-sense...I refuse to receive any taped messages from the Taliban requsting $1 million American dollars for Tea's safe return.

T said...

Oooh look what I found. Thank you facebook!

http://cdn.tripadvisor.com/pdfs/tca/TCDestinationsAwards2008-v2.pdf

Brown Girl Gumbo said...

I've always wanted to go to Costa Rica, Rome and Japan! Those are my suggestions!! :-)