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Creating A Dream Mediterranean Itinerary

Manifesting Begins With Imagination, So Let’s Imagine An Awesome Mediterranean Journey

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The lost city of Petra, definitely a must-see on my Mediterranean itinerary

Often when I’m manifesting something in my life, the process begins with my imagination. As talked about in the last article, I am feeling drawn to the Mediterranean to see some of the amazing sites there such as the lost city of Petra in Jordan and the Pyramids in Egypt. It also seems like it would be fun to do a “tap our way around the world” tour … :)

(By the way, it’s only possible for me to even THINK about a two-month Mediterranean itinerary because I quit my job almost three and a half years ago. Then I paid off all my debt. If you want to do the same and are not sure how to become a location-independent entrepreneur, take a look at this article here.)

Today I created a list of some of the countries and cities that I’m interested in visiting during this trip to the Mediterrean.  This is the “beta version” of our dream Mediterranean itinerary.  If there are other places in this area that are “must sees,” by all means share your thoughts in the “Speak Your Mind” box at the bottom of this post. Help me create this dream Mediterranean Itinerary! :)

1. United Arab Emirates (Dubai)

2. Jordan (Petra)

3. Israel (Jerusalem/Haifa)

4. Egypt (Cairo/Alexandria)

5. Cyprus

6. Turkey (Istanbul and coast)

7. Romania (Bucharest)

8. Greece (Athens and islands)

9. Croatia coast

10. Italy (Tuscany/Naples/Sicily)

11. Monaco

12. France (coast)

13. Spain (Majorca/Ibiza)

14. Morocco (Marrakech)

15. Portugal

Of these countries, I’ve already been to other areas of Italy, France, and Spain so those would be the first to be let go if I ran out of time. Though I must admit I’ve always wanted to see Ibiza.  This Mediterranean itinerary can “cheat” a little bit .. if there are nearby areas that are not technically in the “Mediterranean” … that’s okay … suggest them anyway.  Let’s have fun with this :)

Help me decide where to go next!
This is the beauty of being a location-independent entrepreneur, we get to choose. It’s all about freedom. Your comments and suggestions are welcome in the “Speak Your Mind” box … Where would you go in YOUR dream Mediterranean Itinerary? :)

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Comments

  1. Ms Magcaus says:

    Oh you mentioned Israel!
    This is an interesting topic since you mentioned this country, a colleague of mine and I are thinking of doing a pilgrim to where Jesus was born. If you fancy visiting historical places, maybe try Israel? :)

  2. Pam Rote says:

    Jordan would be my pick.

  3. Rebecca Swenor says:

    I love this idea indeed. I might just have to do this because I don’t travel. There are to major places I would love to travel to some day and they are Italy and France. I have always been drawn to these two place. Thanks so much for sharing.

  4. Thanks so much for sharing, your list has me dreaming of traveling again. If I ever have the opportunity to travel, I want to go to Greece and Italy. It’s been on my bucket list for so long but I’m still hopeful it will happen.

  5. Rosey says:

    Some of those places are on my list too. Can you fly to Egypt right now? I thought there was a warning against it?

  6. I would love to go to the coast of France or to the Bahamas.

  7. eliz frank says:

    Welcome back! We’ve missed you for a while. I love your vision plan for where you’d love to travel. I believe our goals are powered by our imagination so more power to you on your journey!

  8. Debbie Denny says:

    That is a great list. I would like to visit several places you have.

  9. Fabulous itinerary! I would love to go to these places someday!

  10. soapoperaspy says:

    Amazing list, I really wish I have visited to more places myself.

  11. Great list! I wish I had the luxury of going on a trip like this. :D

  12. Stephanie Pass says:

    I would love to visit some of those places. Years ago I went to France and just loved it.

  13. fun-da-mental says:

    How about Switzerland… Not really adjacent to the sea of course, but a gem of a country!

  14. Anna Lysakowska says:

    I'm still missing a few destinations from your list ;) I hope you'll manage to visit all of them!

  15. Cristina says:

    Your list is my list! It’s a perfect list! Also, I lived in Portugal for 15 years so if you have any questions for an itinerary there, please let me know! You can literally enjoy and experience Portugal in a very short time! It’s a small country by with so many different landscapes. From mountains to prairies, vineyards to cliffs by the beach…it is a must! I’ll also share great Portuguese cuisine must haves! Very well written article! I loved it!

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Hi Cristina,

      Thanks for stopping by. Yes … Portugal has been on my mind … I don’t know why … I feel drawn to going there. I may be hitting you up for ideas :)

  16. Oh yes, Petra definitely deserves to be on this list. I would add Tel Aviv to this list :)

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Hi Justyna,
      Welcome to the blog and thanks for commenting :) Yes, I will consider Tel Aviv as well!

  17. Great list – not much to add but you will have an absolute blast wherever you choose. We’re thinking about going to Cyprus this winter to get away from the cold – see you there maybe?

  18. Iztok says:

    Awesome! You named many interesting places…My experience in general is that the less I limited myself with anything: time, money, how long I want to stay at certain place etc the more I was able to live in the moment. Rushing through places just for the sake of being there has the purpose of just realizing you missed the point. Similarly, is staying at one place too long just because its comfortable.
    But there always will be places at a certain time (in this case when you are picking the destination) where you wont be able to go without, sort of speak. I know that’s a good starting point! and then who knows…
    From the ones you named, doing a tour of Israel, Jordan (haven’t been in this two yet) Egypt and then Tuscany with french coast and Ibiza sound the most interesting and fun to me :)

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Oh I learned very well on my last trip the downsides of planning, lol. My intention would be to get a plane ticket and let the rest of it flow from there. Perhaps I’d want to spend two weeks in one place, who knows? I won’t make the mistake again of buying a bunch of non-refundable tickets and hotel rooms lol, it cost me a small fortune :)

      http://erikaawakening.com/ditch-your-plans

  19. Iztok says:

    What do you want to experience Erika?

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Freedom and really enjoy having gone beyond the special relationship, for starters :) I’m already feeling inspired and excited after writing that post … and feeling expansive … thanks for asking …

  20. Stuart Duke says:

    the amalfi coast.

    en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/Amalfi_Coast

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Hi Stuart, thanks for the suggestion. I have been to the Amalfi Coast. Was blown away by Pompeii. I could definitely go again someday but on this trip will probably be focused on new locations. Appreciate you stopping by …

  21. Fadi G. says:

    I checked the article, I can show you around in UAE for now since I haven't been to Jordan for ages , though I highly encourage Egypt and Jordan for the historical ambience , Dubai on the other hand is very similar to Las Vegas (Cosmo) again depends on your interest I always recommend Istanbul the most beautifull city I have ever visited. Let me know if you need anything I can help you with

  22. Ace Trader says:

    Great idea and choices Erika !
    I love mediterrainean though I have been only to Spain, France and Italy
    Much depends on how long you'd like to spend and whether you plan/ accept to travel (sightseeing) by car.
    so I can only share what I'd like to see:
    - Tuscany- only 150 miles from Monaco
    - the coast in Spain near Barcelona was also really beautiful for me (nature) but… since you live in California you may not consider it exotic ; )
    Even though I've been to French Riviera several times I think it is worth to visit it again , but this is me. If I had to choose now one place with a good companioon I'd go there: palazzoavino.com/en/Gallery
    - Ibiza is known in Europe for heavy partying (drugs), crowds of young people (from the rest of europe), but I may be missing something because of this image, trust ur feelings :)
    Lately people visit Montenegro (and surrounding areas) , because of its very specific, beautiful nature and the fact this area, where there was a war in the 90s is now safe and quite recovered.
    Greece islands (couldn't say which though), Egipt, Israel, Morroco, Jordan (Petra) great choices I think and you will have amazing journey for sure !

    • Thank you Ace. I have no idea how your comment got held for more than a month and only just now came through here … :) I have heard stereotypes about Ibiza and I’ve also heard about a whole other side to Ibiza. Actually the duality makes me even more intrigued to go there … and ya know, in the right circumstances I love partying. I don’t use any drugs other than drinking a bit of wine. That doesn’t mean I can’t have fun :) I had three drug-free years at Burning Man and had a blast. Sometimes people think in very limited ways about these things.

  23. Ace Trader says:

    Great idea and choices Erika !
    I love mediterrainean though I have been only to Spain, France and Italy
    Much depends on how long you'd like to spend and whether you plan/ accept to travel (sightseeing) by car.
    so I can only share what I'd like to see:
    - Tuscany- only 150 miles from Monaco
    - the coast in Spain near Barcelona was also really beautiful for me (nature) but… since you live in California you may not consider it exotic ; )
    Even though I've been to French Riviera several times I think it is worth to visit it again , but this is me. If I had to choose now one place with a good companioon I'd go there: palazzoavino.com/en/Gallery
    - Ibiza is known in Europe for heavy partying (drugs), corwds of young people (from the rest of europe) , but I may be missing something because of this image , trust ur feelings :)
    Lately people visit Montenegro (and surrounding areas) , because of its very specific, beautiful nature and the fact this area, where there was a war in the 90s is now safe and quite recovered.
    Greece islands (couldn't say which though), Egipt, Israel, Morroco, Jordan (Petra) great choices I think and you will have amazing journey for sure !

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Hi Ace, thanks for the suggestions. Yea I never went to Tuscany during my visit to Italy and I do feel drawn there :)

  24. Kathy says:

    Definitely go to Italy, to the Naples area. If you can go off the beaten path, there is a village called Formecola. It is my ancestral village. My grandparents, aunt and uncles came from there and their stories of it’s beauty and friendliness warmed me. Tuscany too. Please go to Petra. I was just watching, “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” today and said out loud that Petra was on my list of places to go. The photos and film of it enthrall me. I have friends that lived in Haifa, they loved it there. Jerusalem and Cairo speak to me. As well as Greece, Cyrus and Turkey. Majorca, Gibraltar, Andora, Monaco and France.

    • Erika Awakening says:

      Hi Kathy, thanks for the suggestions :) Yes I’d like to go to Naples and Petra has called to me for a long time. I appreciate you stopping by …

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