Since I have travel on the brain this week I figured I would try the Wanderlust Travel Tag. I recently found this over on the blog A Food Awakening. Never mind that it was posted in January 2015! >< Here are my answers to this wonderful tag.
Where have you traveled to that you would love to travel again?
Germany, always. I would love to connect with my family there and I’m sure my husband would love to see his mom and grandma.
You’re leaving tomorrow, money is no object where are you going?
Seoul. There is so much Korean food that I would love to try and I want to make it to that side of the world at some point.
Preferred method of travel; planes, trains or cars?
I love plans because they signal adventure to me. Trains are horrible in the US and i have been stuck on them too many times. Cars are great for weekend journeys.
Favorite travel website?
I’m not sure on this one. I prefer watching my friends travel to a catered website. I do travel research all over the internet and no one website has beat out the rest for me.
Where would you travel to just eat the food?
Most likely Japan, but I would also take LA. Los Angeles is like a spreading metropolis of food and each neighborhood is so unique.
Is there a place you would never go again?
Gatlinburg, Tennessee…not my thing. Full of tourist traps that take away from the beauty of the mountains.
Can you recite your passport number from memory if asked?
HA! No! I’m American . . . we only leave the country once ever could of years . . . you know that. Just kidding . . . but for reals, I have no idea.
Do you prefer the Window, Aisle, or Middle seat?
Always window, but if not aisle. The aisle is perfect for people with social anxiety because you never have to ask a stranger to get up so you can use the loo.
How do you pass the time on the airplane?
If it’s a long flight I watch movies I’ve been meaning to catch up on. If it’s a short flight I read or play my 3DS.
I’m off to Portland, Oregon next week and couldn’t be more excited! Be on the look out for a Twitter giveaway when I return with stationery goodies from both Portland and NYC. Until next time!