I don’t like the question “What is your favorite place you have been to?”
That is like asking which ice cream flavor is your favorite?
All of them?
There is no singular answer because all of the places I have been to are so subjective and my feelings about them are based on my place and perception in life.
Also, there are infinite amounts of flavors, I mean, places to experience, so why limit myself to a singular favorite?
Not to mention, it is all subject to change and the moment.
When I was a kid, mint chocolate chip was my absolute favorite; now all I want is the swirling salty and sweet splendor of peanut butter and chocolate swing dancing together in my mouth, and who knows what I will be craving tomorrow.
Different places will resonate with you, call to you, and teach you different lessons depending on where you are in life. Your previous experiences, perceptions of the world, and current state of being will influence how you experience your travels.
Sometimes you’re ready for a place and sometimes you’re not, but that doesn’t mean that your taste buds don’t change and you might return to a place years later and find it to be the most delicious experience.
I encourage you to go out and try as much as you can because the places you might have expected to enjoy might not wow you as much as the ones that had no expectations at all.
I want you to take advantage of all the free samples you can get and sometimes know it’s ok to not choose and decide to have an ice cream sundae instead ( and the best are shared 🙂 )