If you go anywhere in the world, where would you go?
I've just come back from Iceland and would recommend it to anyone who loves dramatic landscapes and fresh seafood. It is expensive though, especially if you like a drink.
NZ has great scenery, food and wine, so does Tasmania.
Sri Lanka is next on my hit list.
Depends on what you are into. New Orleans is always one of my favorite destinations because there is literally something for everyone. Vampire events, haunted locations, museums, an incredible food and music experience as well as art, festivals, nature parks, etc.
My dream has always been to just get in a reliable car that has a way to play all my favorite music and drive the back roads with no destination in mind. An old flame used to indulge me in this as best he could (we were constrained by work demands) and he swore he loved it more than any 'exotic' trip he'd ever taken. We stopped at small town diners for delicious meals, we ran across a 'barbeque trailer' in the middle of nowhere and ate the best ribs ever at a rickety picnic table in a field. We had coffee and donuts at shops across the street from the grain elevators and we'd stop for every 'tourist attraction' such as the Biggest Ball Of Twine On Earth. We still joke about a foursome having breakfast in a booth behind ours. They were discussing how a doctor had asked a friend about organ donation, regarding her dying husband. This was when the concept was still relatively new. Best Overheard Conversation, Ever!
A two year European tour, again, see what's changed and what hasn't. Berlin most definitely and Eastern Europe (since I couldn't go there before). Museums, river cruises, overnight in castles, the christmas markets, rosenmontag in Frankfurt (my favorite place to spend the weekend), the highland games, the Med coast.
Too many memories to count, too much fun to forget.
I'm a Lovecraft fan, so there are some select places in Massachusetts and Rhode Island I'd like to visit. Also a couple of places in Hungary and Romania, tied to the Bathory and Tepes mythologies. After seeing a TEDtalk a few years ago there are some kind of anomalous archaeological features in southern Africa I'd like to see, as well as some of the standing stone clusters around the world.