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Wednesday, 22 August 2007

Thursday Thirteen. #3


Thirteen Things about Madamspud169


13 countries I want to visit.

1. Russia.
2. Bali.
3. Croatia.
4. Italy.
5. New Orleans (for Mardi Gras).
6. Brazil (for Mardi Gras).
7. Egypt
8. Mauritius.
9. Kenya (safari)
10. Vatican City.
11. Hawaii.
12. Barbados.

Of course if anyone is offering I wouldn't turn down a cruise round the world!


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creative dandelion said...

Of the places you listed, I've only been to 2 - Italy and the Vatican City. Beautiful places! I would love to visit Hawaii and Egypt someday too.

Happy TT from Creative Dandelion

http://creativedandelion.blogspot.com/2007/08/thursday-thirteen.html

Susan Helene Gottfried said...

Ooh, Spud, I'd love to travel with you!! What a great list -- I hope we both can one day scratch all 13 locations off of it.

Happy TT!

soleil said...

i've only been to italy on your list. i also would like to visit russia and hawai'i. i wouldn't mind seeing new orleans during halloween but not mardi gras. i've heard too many stories.

happy T13. :)

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FRIGGA said...

So where are you going first?

Happy TT13 - mines up at http://anyapples.blogspot.com/

Norma said...

Russia is interesting--better hurry.

http://collectingmythoughts.blogspot.com/2007/08/thursday-thirteen-how-i-spent-my-summer.html