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Places I like to visit

 

First of all, I would like to visit the moon. By the time ordinary people can visit the moon, I will probably be very old or dead. Anyhow it would be quite an experience to walk on the moon. It is said that there is no air or water there and our weight is many times less. I certainly would like to see how high I can jump and how fast I can run on the moon. These are all wishful thinking, of course.

To be realistic I can only visit places on earth. There are the Seven, and other, Wonders of the Earth and I like to visit them all, if possible. After hearing about the marvels of The Pyramids Of Egypt, The Great Wall Of China, The Taj Mahal, The Leaning Tower Of Pisa, The Colosseum Of Rome, Stonehenge in England and others, it would be great to actually be there and experience these things first-hand.

However, before all these places, I would like to visit Disneyland first. Which kid would not like to? There are so many things to see and do. It would be great fun.

Right now I cannot visit any of these places. The first reason is the lack of money. The second is I am too young to go on my own and I do not know anyone rich enough to take me there.

So they remain places I like to visit. Who knows, I might get to visit some or all of them in future, or not at all. Only time will tell.   

     
wishful thinking   the imagining or discussion of a very unlikely future event or situation as if it were possible and might one day happen
     
 
 
 
 

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