Each destinaton is special to a person, and while I like going to new places, here are the trips I'd gladly take again:
Hawaii - spent a week on O'ahu Island in January 2008. Saw Whales, ate pineapple breakfasts on the beach, went parasailing (scariest 8 minutes of my life, exceeds driving as my number one achievement) and spent about £20 a night staying in a hostel just off Waikiki Beach.
New York City - this city would be my second home if I could afford it. There is something bloody fantastic about Times Square. Saw Avenue Q (half-price tickets, naturally) last time I went, in April 2008, and have seen more Broadway shows than West End ones.
Prague - never has a city looked so gorgeous. My eyes felt humbled when I landed in this city in September 2003.
Paris - I would live here if I could convince Mr Dudess that French people aren't that bad. I've only had good experiences of Paris, and Notre Dame is stunning.
Malta - did actually live here for a while, it's a true mix of cultures and has a lot of film history.
China and Hong Kong - lived in China for a while (2004-2006), and for a summer lived in Hong Kong for a few weeks. Both places are a shoppers haven - shops stay open until ten pm, and THEN the markets open.
Thailand - spent the best two week holiday travelling around this exotic country in January 2006, from seeing an elephant wander down a street in Bangkok to witnessing Phi Phi's beauty and devestation just after the Tsunami.