I live on a working holiday visa and have at least the next decade of travel planned out, but that doesn't stop me from dreaming about every other location in the world that isn't on the list for the next 10 years. Whether it's because I haven't got the finances to take all the trips I want (true) or because I'm unwilling to take more plane journeys than strictly necessary (also true - I'm dreading having to eventually leave Australia), these next trips are on my wishlist for someday in the future... and, because I like some kind of logic, there's a place from every continent (in alphabetical order)
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South African Safari (Africa)

It's the trip of a lifetime and something I'm sure everyone would love to do given half the chance. While I love spending as much time as possible in every country (thank you, British passport, for the privilege I have), if I could only take a holiday to South Africa it'd be to do a safari... but I'd stay there for two weeks minimum because it's not worth taking any flights otherwise. And I'd go with my mama because it's the trip she's always wanted to go on.

A Polar Cruise (Antartica)

While I'm not thrilled by the idea of being on a ship with hundreds of strangers, I would love to visit the Antartica in some way and since I'm not a scientist likely to get stationed there for research purposes and I'd like to go on a cruise someday anyway, it seems right to tick off these two together.

The Maldives (Asia)

During our year in Taiwan, we didn't see any other countries in Asia despite that being our initial intentions, so a trip around Asia is definitely on the cards sometime. The place I want to visit the most is the Maldives. I'd love to be surrounded by water for a week or two of relaxation... in fact, that sounds like the perfect way to end a lengthy Asia backpacking trip.

Norway (Europe)

I'm not sure when Norway became one of the places I'd most like to visit, but it's definitely been at the top of my list for a few years now. I believe it's one of the more expensive countries in Europe, but it's going to be quite a few years before I can even consider visiting. While I'm there, I'd love to see the Northern Lights so this trip would also require a lot more planning than any other trip I've taken before.

Disney World Orlando (North America)

I could easily have said American road trip for North America, but that's not very specific. Instead, I'd love to spend a couple of weeks having the Disney adventure of a lifetime with my best friend. There would have to be a lot of time dedicated to the Wizarding World of Harry Potter, too, and I'm hoping that when we tick this off together I can convince her to marathon all the movies with me (and I'll reread all the books while I'm there). Sure, it's probably the most childish holiday on this list, but I always see people have so much fun at Disney World and I'm jealous.

Queenstown Adventures (Oceania)

New Zealand is a country of adventure and I want to take full advantage of it one day. At the top of my list is the Nevis swing, as terrifying as it looks, but I want to do everything possible. Skiing, white water rafting, rock climbing... just give me an adrenaline junkie adventure in New Zealand! It's everything I need. Just let me get a little fitter first.

 Amazon Rainforest (South America)

When I was younger, I loved learning about the Amazon rainforest at school and it's one of those places that seems really magical and unreachable to me. As terrified as I am of the thought of all the creepy crawlies in the forest that might want to kill me, it would be a dream come true to explore the rainforest for a few weeks.
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There you have it! The trips of a lifetime that'd I can't wait to take on, despite having no plans for them in my short-term future. What trips are you dreaming about taking one day? Tell me in the comments!