5 Places To Travel Back To

I'm having post-adventure wanderlust aka I get back from a trip, get settled back into a day to day routine then realize how much I would rather be packing up a suitcase and hopping on a plane to somewhere new. Because I don't have the cash to go on another adventure, I've been satisfying my wanderlust by looking through all of the photos from past trips. While doing so I compiled a list of the places I desperately want to revisit, because they are just too breathtaking and amazing to visit only once in life. So here it is, all of the places I want to travel back to:

1) The Grand Canyon
I visited the Grand Canyon while on a western road trip with my friends, and it was utterly breathtaking. We spent quite a long time there and even climbed down a treacherous cliff, but it still wasn't enough! I want to go back and go to other viewing point of the canyon, maybe even go camping!

2) New Mexico
On the same road trip, we stopped at Chaco National Historic Park in New Mexico, which is where this photo was taken. This park was INCREDIBLE as it was filled with miles and miles of nothingness and ancient ruins. I would not only like to revisit this site, but spend more time in the state of New Mexico in general. The views there were like nothing I've ever seen before and the culture I know is so unique, that it seems just wrong to not take in more of it.

3) New York City

I've been to NYC a couple of times, but every time I leave I automatically make a list of things to do when I go back one day. I've experience just a smidgen of the city's magic, but it isn't enough. I dream to spend a longer amount of time there to feel what real New Yorkers experience on a day to day basis.

4) Hydra, Greece

I recently visited the Grecian island of Hydra while traveling around Greece for two weeks, but the 2 hours I spent there just didn't suffice. The island doesn't allow any cars; instead people get around with their own two feet... or on a bike or donkey! The island is the epitome of quaint and the water is magical. The shops and little side streets pull you in and whisper sweet nothings into your ear. Basically, I would live there forever if I could.

5) Santorini, Greece

The island of Santorini captures the ever so famous Grecian aesthetic. The white buildings, blue domes and striking sunsets, force you to fall in love with life there. I was lucky enough to spend three nights on this beautiful island, but that also, was not enough. There is so much more I would like to see and experience there that I can almost hear those blue domes calling my name!