Some are just general countries, some are specific places within a country; all are equally wonderful. Grab yourself a cup of tea and prepare to have your wanderlust ignited.
I've travelled to lots of different parts of Europe but for some reason Amsterdam's one place that I've yet to reach. Me and Rob have been talking about finally heading over next year for a couple of days filled with eating street food and getting lost amongst the canals. I also want to squeeze in a walk through the Red Light District because, well, it'd be rude not to.
Really... need I say more?
Canada's somewhere I'd love to spend a couple of weeks exploring, but the first place I'd be heading would be Banff National Park. Every photo I've seen looks so stunning and peaceful, and I've heard through the grapevine (ok, I heard from my friend who went there) that it's just as breathtaking in real life.
Again China's one that I'd really love to take my time exploring - as well as soaking up the culture as it's so different to ours - but two things that really tickle my travel fancy are the Tianzi mountains and the Reed Flute Caves. How. Beautiful. Nature you're one crazy, wonderful thing.
Oh my gaa these are literally my little dream home. If you've read my blog/follow my YouTube for a while then you'll know that seeing the Northern Lights is top of my list of 'things I'd like to do in life', so the idea of watching them from inside one of the glass igloos with a mug of hot chocolate in hand fills my little self with delight.
Back in Primary school, if anyone asked me where I'd like to live I'd automatically answer with 'Hawaii' and, I have to say, 10 year old Amy had good taste. The thought of lazing on the beach all day with a coconut cocktail before retreating to a little beach hut at night for a couple weeks is just too much to handle. I'm actually going to stop now because I'm making myself jealous with my own sweet fantasies.
Again, Iceland's somewhere I've wanted to travel to for years and years, and all just to see the Northern Lights. Although that'd still be my main priority, I'd love to go and spend a long weekend in Reykjavik as it sounds like there's a whole host of cool places to see/sleep/eat and drink there. Obviously a trip to the ice caves would be squeezed in there somewhere too.
Japan's another one that I'd like to spent a good bit of time in as there's just so much to take in, but I'd really love to see the Wisteria Tunnel in person as I think it'd be even more magical in real life.
How could I not include Los Angeles? It's one of those places I'm always so jealous of when I hear about other people visiting. One of the main things that intrigues me is the people though; I think you'd meet some absolute crackers out there.