If I had a bigger flat or even my own house with a study (the ultimate dream) I would buy one of those amazing old globes that spin and use it to plan all of my extravagant jaunts around the world.
Actually I would buy one of the globes just like Alan Carr has on his talk show. The ones that conceal a lethal amount of alcohol underneath their lid.
One a little bit just like this one.
I often find myself spending hours looking at places that I want to travel to, where is would stay and jot down all the things that I want to do.
I am blessed to have some amazingly long holidays as a teacher and I am lucky enough that i get to travel multiple times a year in them.
I have seen some amazing things:
From witnessing the most magnificent of family walks
To the glittering lights and all the hopes and dreams that they represent in NYC.
But it’s not I enough.
I want to go everywhere and anywhere and I want to see everything that this beautiful world of ours contains.
I want to meet people from different cultures, who believe and trust in different things and I want to get to know their stories.
I think that I truly would be my happiest if I got to travel everyday. It breathes a new sense of life into me. A life full of adventure, colour and…
I thought that today I would share with you 5 of the places that I think that I want to go to the most.
Because how could anyone not want to go to Bali? The perfect mix of culture, adventure and pure relaxational bliss Bali is at the absolute top of my list.
I want to see the sun rise over Angkor Wat. I want to sip cocktails on the beautiful beaches. I want to mediate under a fabulous tree.
I will always be fascinated by the colours, culture and creativity in Japan. Take me immediately!
I want to spend a snowy Christmas in Russia and pretend for one moment life is like a Tolstoy Novel.
I want to meet Rwanda’s people, devour its history and meet the Gorillas.
There you have it, my top 5!
If you could go anywhere today where would it be?