CNN’s 2013 travel wish list

Mongolia is the number 1 choice for CNN  and I will be lading a photo tour in 2015  to Mongolia, let us know if you are interested in to going.

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http://edition.cnn.com/2012/12/31/travel/cnn-travel-wish-list/index.html?hpt=tr_mid

(CNN) – We’ve all got them: places that live large in imagination or memory, begging us to hop on a plane to uncover their delicious mysteries.

As the new year kicks off, a handful of our very well-traveled CNN correspondents — who’ve been places and seen things many of us may never see firsthand — share their destination wishes for 2013 and beyond.

Where are you dreaming of visiting this year? Please share your picks in the comments below.

8 travel resolutions for 2013

Mongolia

Senior International Correspondent Ben Wedeman set his sights on Mongolia early in life.

“Back when I was, I think, nine or ten years old I read a book about Marco Polo, how he traveled with his uncles on the ultimate business trip to the Mongol Empire at its height,” wrote Wedeman, who recently moved to Rome after an assignment in Cairo.

“The trip lasted almost a quarter of a century, during which he grew up, mastered Mongolian, gained the confidence of the Mongol emperor, Kublai Khan, and then eventually returned home with fantastic tales of strange lands and stranger people. The story hooked me.”

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One Response to “CNN’s 2013 travel wish list”

  1. I am a good friend of Vicki Braden who has told me wonderful things about you. I enjoy her work very much. She is a great lady.

    Would love to travel with you if you don’t mind that I will be 83 in July. I am more agile than many people 20 years younger.

    Love your work.

    I co-authored a book on topographic map interpretation with Victor Miller. He is now deceased. He was a very interesting man who worked with the British during WWII mapping the invasion of Normandy. He also published a book on photogeology which has been translated into many languages. All this was before the digital revolution in photography. His daughter worked for the Peace Core in Morocco, married a Moroccan and has told me about the wonderful people and some of her experiences there. I know your trip to Morocco will be outstanding.

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