Not meaning to sound cheesy, but life is one big adventure. It has many straight roads, where things go well and therefore you know it's meant to be, but other times where are lots of twists and things don't go right.
There are many things that make me feel happy such as my friends, parents, dogs, watching old films or something on Netflix, going to see live bands or writing this blog. However, I love doing something new. That could be anything from skydiving, seeing a new museum or going somewhere different.
Travel has always fascinated me. Maybe it's from moving around growing up, and being able to reinvent myself. I could pretend to be less shy and more confident. I would do that until I believed I was more outgoing than I was.
I've only been abroad twice, which is a truly depressing thought. The last time was two years ago, and from there I vowed to go on holiday once year. Unfortunately for different reasons, I have not, but maybe 2017?! I had an amazing trip where I visited Italy (my favourite place), France, Amsterdam and Germany. Here are a few pictures to sum-up my trip:
Ok, I admit that I wasn't entirely good at taking pictures!
I have a long list of places I wish to explore, but I know I'd be gutted if I didn't get to go to Australia.
I don't know why I want to go so much. Maybe it's because it's basically the other side of the world. Maybe it's because of the interesting animals they have. Maybe it's because it's one of the biggest countries in the world. I honestly can't explain what it is, but I just want to go and know I've done it.
You hear of people going to Australia to skydive, bungee jump or do something adventrous. That doesn't appeal to me. Been there and done it! I don't need to do it somewhere nicer. I am too wimpy to do it again.
However like anywhere I wish to explore the markets, shopping, museums, parks, take in the beautiful views and walks. Most of all, in Australia I want to be one with nature - snorkelling, holding koala bears, daring to see a crocodile and meeting kangaroos. I don't have a set list of things I'd do because I know how vast Australia is. I'd mainly like to go to Melbourne, Sydney and Perth, but not afraid to go and see the outback.
Where would you most like to visit? I love to hear! Most likely give me a longer list of places I wish to see...Anyway, I hope you've enjoyed the post!