Wanderlust

Wanderlust Whats on your travel bucket lists? Or tell of your last travel adventure.

This is the prompt from Grace at Kimmie.gg for this Wednesday. There are too many places on my bucket list. I have managed to tick a couple of them but got so many left to cover. So instead of giving you the list (which keeps on growing by the way) I will go with the last travel adventure.

I was in London this year, twice in fact. During my latest visit in July, we managed to cover Kew Gardens. I would like to post a photograph of the Treetop Walkway which I loved. Looks something straight of a Jurassic Park movie actually, if you get to the top. Remember the one where the flying dinosaurs or Pterosaurs were there? Looked like that. It was fun. Don’t be fooled by the height. It is quite a short climb up. You also have an elevator in case you can’t climb and you still want to enjoy the view from above.

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“My heart is quite calm now. I will go back.”
― James Joyce

That is how I felt when I was in Cork, Ireland. I felt so calm and peaceful there. So yeah, I might go back 🙂 , hopefully.

 

4 thoughts on “Wanderlust

  1. Argh, I’m on the same boat as you, in fact, whenever I see someplace new, I feel a need to visit!

    London, twice? I’m so incredibly jealous of you! I’m sure you had just the best time there. I’m personally terrified of heights, but I’d love to visit just to see everything from so high.

    Thanks for taking part in this meme! I loved seeing your answers 🙂

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    1. Thank you, Grace 🙂 I have fear of heights too and that’s why I push myself to get there and see if I can conquer the fear a little bit.

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