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The Circle is a monthly link-up that was born with dreams of creating a place for bloggers to get to know one another just a little bit better and to make new friends. Hosted by Kiki at ‘In It’s Time‘ on the third Wednesday of each month. This monthly link-up is a place for bloggers to share and write on a fun, light-hearted (or possibly heavy-hearted) topics.
While Kiki has decided to discontinue hosting the linkup; I like the concept, so will be using a list of blog post prompts to continue the tradition.
This month’s prompt is: Where is the one place you would never want to go on vacation that other people seem to love?
I had to really consider this question; as a vacation anywhere not snowy sounds amazing right now.
But, me and humidity are not the best of friends, so I guess that would be a condition of where ever I did go. And I don’t like huge crowds either. That many people together stresses me out; especially when I have the kids with me. (I might be a leash mom if huge crowds were a regular thing)
I am also mono-lingual. I have a smattering of Spanish, and a smattering of German; bot not enough to get me by in any way, shape or form. So the locals would need to speak English. (Of I guess I could bring a device that translates. or an app that does.)
As far as actual places; I think I would have to say Cambodia as a place I wouldn’t choose to vacation in given free range over the whole world.