Wanderlust

In response from a prompt from the 23rd I’ve decided to list my top five places I want to travel to:

1) Machu Pichu, Peru

Machu Pichu photo cred: http://www.flickr.com/photos/yotut/303100172/sizes/l/

Machu Pichu photo cred

2) Paris, France

Paris at dusk https://www.flickr.com/photos/aigle_dore/5237960181/in/photolist-8YRV5i-8YRUbv-8YUXB9-8YUYHs-5eM21e-5eRnoy-8YRU4e-8YUZW9-c2qhc-baAxAx-5quagH-5eLXsT-pjEZh-8YRUuZ-5qyuGJ-qx7ff-camRY-9Snm6j-aK8NY2-gxxk8q-64fqZe-8YUYSw-8YUWaE-bEPUNJ-8YRTR2-6pieNf-bn7CV1-5eM1RF-bzo93V-bui8pZ-e99DPa-71JwRG-frMphn-fmxkrf-eBtfkE-4CnCvy-5que16-5Wic6Y-drMhLF-8oJn4E-Z9cpF-5qu7g8-5qysDu-5qyroQ-5qu6Jp-9vRnNu-67vRGZ-c6KJFY-2m72fB-fcHaEW#

Paris at dusk photo cred

3) Galapagos Islands, Ecuador

I can't wait to see the Giant Tortoises! photo cred https://www.flickr.com/photos/krawczuk/9336177842/in/photolist-fe1mpu-9HhdCF-9HhdPi-9JZBXN-9Hk9Do-9HhgFK-9HhdV4-9Hhi7p-fdZZMJ-fe11Vf-8qvMYe-8qvC3K-9JZAU7-8qsigw-9JBeXv-9JZDHw-9JZCHo-9JZE4h-9JWNA2-9JWQ2x-9JZBzS-9JZALq-9JZCUw-9JWNJp-9JZBMY-9JZD55-9JZAnm-9JZBh1-9JWNsg-9JWPo4-9JZA9L-9JZAvL-9Hk9Jj-9HhdJ8-bPFwKZ-8quoZf-8qpUMc-9JZAD3-9JWL9g-9JWMbF-9JWKSH-9JZC5Q-9JZzSG-8qvXnV-8qvn29-8qvFBt-8qvAee-8qySks-8qo45e-8qpV82

I can’t wait to see the Giant Tortoises! photo cred 

4) Giza, Egypt (to see the Great Pyramids)

Great Pyramids of Egypt photo cred https://www.flickr.com/photos/yasinhasan/3829314547

Great Pyramids of Egypt photo cred 

5) Athens, Greece

Parthenon in Athens, Greece https://www.flickr.com/photos/72906133@N00/4011639737 photo cred

Parthenon in Athens, Greece photo cred

The best part is that I plan on visiting three of them on my various school breaks before the end of 2015!

 

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14 responses to “Wanderlust

  1. Peru and the Galapagos islands are two of the destinations at the top of my list too. I’ve been to Paris twice and it’s still not enough; I want to go back. I hope you get to visit all the countries you dream of setting foot in. Best of luck to you, and happy travels!

      • This will sound boring but, really, I loved just walking along the Seine. And I bought a 2-day Batobus ticket that let me hop-on/hop-off the boat as much as I wanted. There’s an interesting bookshop called Shakespeare and Company, but also in the same area you will find green stalls called bouquinistes. They sell used books and souvenirs and some of the owners are charming old men who are great to talk to.

      • Ooohh, I love bookstores! I will have to find it when I visit Paris one day. If you like bookshops and you ever visit Portland you have to come to Powell’s (powells.com)!

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