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There's nothing quite like white sand, turquoise water and beach life. That's why this country made it to our top 10 list of countries we want to go back to. Watch full video:

/u/JayJayWise: Got this amazing view last october as i rounded the corner to the refugio i was staying at that night in the Dolomites!

/u/Swissconnie: Borders are still closed, but travel inside the country is encouraged. View from the hotel balcony in Mürren, Switzerland.

“Some people dream of success, while other people get up every morning and make it happen.” — Wayne Huizenga, prolific American business person, owner of Blockbuster Video and the Miami Dolphins.

/u/GuessWhatMimi: When going abroad isn’t an option you visit more places in your home country: the beautiful old town of Erfurt, Germany.

After visiting over 40 countries around the world, we've picked the top 10 places we want to return to. Watch full video:

/u/Martin_Di_Stasio: Jungfrauregion, Switzerland (2016). To this day the walk from Lauterbrunnen to Wengen is one of the most aesthetically pleasing I’ve done

After having just been exposed to the existence of such a place, I kind of want to film a movie on . With respect to it's ecosystem of course. is already on my

/u/coolserjio: Soviet brutalist building in the center of Minsk. I visited the city last summer and fell in love with it [OC]

Borders around the world may be closed but that can't stop us from dreaming a little... Here are the top 10 places we want to go to for slow travel...we're talking a month or two in each one. Watch video:

/u/therealrioja: Château d'Aigle, Vaud, Switzerland. I love this place, I would stay until sunset watching the landscape and vivid colors.

Swimming with pigs in the Bahamas. . Would you like to experience it? . Yay or Nay? . .com

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