A Permanent Vacation: The Travel Bucket List

As the month slithers away into the snake year, one can’t help but pine to shed ones skin while sipping  on the cool allure of a minty fresh mojito under the sun, by the glistening ocean. Ah to feel the bite of the sun on the skin and bring home a shade of respite with sand between ones toes – nothing quite beats it!

And so continues the never ending travel bucket list, the only indulgent mind wanderings I have till the next dip in the sea!

Bacalar Lagoon @ Mexico

Bacalar Lagoon @ Mexico

Overwater Bungalow @ Le Meridien Bora Bora

Overwater Bungalow @ Le Meridien Bora Bora

To Sua Ocean Trench @ Samoa

To Sua Ocean Trench @ Samoa

Santorini Grace Hotel @ Greece

Santorini Grace Hotel @ Greece

Rayong, Thailand

Rayong, Thailand

Positano, Italy

Positano, Italy

Park Hyatt Hadahaa @ Maldives

Park Hyatt Hadahaa @ Maldives

Navagio Beach @ Zakynthos

Navagio Beach @ Zakynthos

Molokini Crater @ Maui

Molokini Crater @ Maui

Hillside Beach Club @ Turkey

Hillside Beach Club @ Turkey

Kaputas Beach @ Turkey

Kaputas Beach @ Turkey

Grotta della Poesia @ Roca Vecchia, Italy

Grotta della Poesia @ Roca Vecchia, Italy

El Nido, Palawan @ Philippines

El Nido, Palawan @ Philippines

Calabria, Italy

Calabria, Italy

Kayangan Lake @ Phillipines

Kayangan Lake @

Philippines

Water Suite @ Velassaru, Maldives

Water Suite @ Velassaru, Maldives

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8 comments

  1. “Amazing” wouldn’t even be able to begin to describe these photos.

    1. Indeed! Gobsmackingly beautiful 🙂 Makes me just wanna book a ticket right now and go!

  2. These re exquisite photographs! Made me go into a dream-state.

    1. 🙂 See you there! lol

  3. I’ve been to Coron, Palawan. Aside from Kayangan Lake, I really enjoyed snorkeling at the shipwrecks. Really a paradise.I had a blast. And will visit El Nido this August.

    I wish I could visit Santorini in the future as well.

  4. Reblogged this on whiskyhigh and commented:
    Oh, one those rare re-blogs I do. But this hits the nail right on for my craving to just hop off the chair and fly off. I’d die to immerse myself in each of these places. Guess it’s time to actually learn how to swim. 😮

    1. Thank you! And yes, you really should give into your cravings. I have this quote i always refer to….”The only thing way money makes you richer in life is through travel.” 🙂

  5. […] (Picture courtesy of Sky Bambi) […]

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