There’s so many beautiful places in the world and if I travelled non-stop for the rest of my life, I still don’t think I’d see them all. 😉
If you follow my main blog, you’ll know that I love a good list so it probably won’t surprise you to know that I have a travel bucket list which is filled with places I want to visit – not just places on the map but cool restaurants that I’ve seen on Instagram and things I want to do. Don’t tell my husband but one thing on my list is that I want to buy something from one of the designer shops on Rodea drive! Highly unlikely but last year I did tick off a purchase from Tiffany on 5th Avenue in New York which seemed highly unlikely to ever be ticked off but we bought just about the cheapest thing in there and it was a fab experience which I might share with you one of these days!
What’s on your bucket list!
Here’s a sneak peek of some of the places on mine…
This is somewhere I really want to visit and have done since I was about six when my brother did an exchange visit with a family who lived nearby. It looks amazing and genuinely a place I would love to see.
Australia isn’t somewhere I really wanted to visit until a couple of years ago because of all the dangers present, but there is so much beauty there that it’s made it onto my bucket list recently.
Take Lake Hillier for example; a naturally pink lake that’s baffled scientist for centuries, but makes a great snapshot moment via land or air, and you’ll never forget the time you dipped your hand in the fluorescent water. And then there’s The Pinnacles, limestone sculptures formed by the ocean millions of years ago that still stand today, reminding us of how far we’ve come as a lifeform.
The Emerald Isle
Considering how cheap the flights are to Ireland, I really should have visited more of the beautiful Emerald Isle than I have. I’ve only ever been to Dublin and it was such a great trip for us as a family.
There was so much to see and do in Dublin but to be fair, the entire country of Ireland has some spectacular sights to see, and you’re going to miss out on some truly enchanting views if you don’t pay them a visit. The Giant’s Causeway is an obvious choice here, and for good reason! You’ll be able to hike your way across an ancient volcano, and still smell the sea air, seeing as the ocean is only a few metres from you. It’s a pathway you’ll never forget, one that nature has provided with pride.
And then The Burren is going to be another great hotspot for you when you visit, as it’s a limestone flat that’s cracked into pieces, hiding various natural formations below. If you’re looking for a fairy cave, this is the place you want to be! Whilst you’re there, look up a list of Things to do in Clare, as there’s so much for you to consume in your travels here that you’ll be wasting your time if you don’t try any other activity.
And the last place I’m going to share with you today is Dubai which is somewhere we almost booked for this year but we ended up booking Los Angeles instea