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  1. I’d love go back to London. I haven’t been since I was a teen, and my husband has never been there. But right now we have trouble even traveling nationally. Due to some medication issues that are too in-depth to explain, there are a limited number of places he can go. Maybe it’ll get easier over time. I certainly hope so. And by then, we might be able to afford a $2,000+ vacation. (I freaked out at the cost of just taking him to DC. Hotels.so.expensive.)

  2. I have so many destinations on my travel list! We did take our first “real” vacation this year, but it was Disney for the kids 🙂

    • Wow. Disney. That kind of strikes fear in my heart. I get that it’s the happiest place on earth, but it seems like one of the most expensive, too. I’d love to hear more about it. Do you have a blog post in your archives?

  3. I would totally cash in some savings for the opportunity to travel. In fact, that’s one of the many things I’m saving towards. I would love to go to Europe, but honestly I’d go almost anywhere. From Canada to New Zealand, if adventure is on the menu, I’m game.

    I’m glad to hear you were able to get such a great deal on your vacation! It sounds like you truly get the most bang for your buck. Plus, drinks hand delivered? Amazing!

    • Erin,

      I would LOVE to go to New Zealand. Before we got married, my husband had only been on a plane twice…so we’re kind of easing our way into this. The 4.5 hour flight to the DR was agonizing for him, so I’m not sure how we’ll get to Europe or anywhere else. But I figure baby steps!

  4. Definitely depends on where you live in the world, I’m in New Zealand so travel to Europe or the Carribean is pretty expensive, but we can get to the Pacific islands and parts of Asia rather easily and cheaply (also Australia!). There are some amazing resorts in Thailand and Bali which are within reach of the budget. However at the moment all our travel budget goes towards visiting the inlays in Vancouver. They are getting on a bit, so we are making the effort to visit every year. Luckily I’ve been able to pick up flights on sale last two years! Staying with the relatives certainly cuts down on travel costs. But resort life sounds so relaxing!

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