Alphabet Travels

Because I am working on a new post that will take a while to get together, I’ve decided to do a random filler post. So I am going to try and post a photo of places I’ve been using the alphabet as my guide… lets see how this goes (I may have had to think outside the box for a couple of them):

A = Amsterdam, Netherlands

Visited September 2015


B = Bruges,Β Belgium

Visited September 2015


C = Christchurch, England

Visited November 2010

Christchurch, UK

D = Denmark

Copenhagen – Visited September 2015


E = Edinburgh, Scotland

Visited September 2015


F = Fingal Head, Australia

Visited December 2011

Fingal Head

G = Goldworthy, England

Visited November 2010


H = Hamburg, Germany

Visited September 2015


I = Ipswich, Australia

Visited May 2010


J = Juneau, USA

Visited September 2013


K = Ketchiken, USA

Visited September 2013


L = llanfairpwllgwyngyllgogerychwyrndrobwllllantysiliogogogoch, Wales

Visited September 2015


M = Melbourne, Australia

Visited various times over the past 14 years


N = New York City, USA

Visited November 2012

Top of the Rock

O = Oxford, England

Visited November 2010

Oxford, UK

P = Paris, France

Visited November 2010

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Q = Queenstown, New Zealand

Visited January 2008

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R = Rakaia, New Zealand

Visited September 2016


S = Sherborne, England

Visited November 2010


T = Tekapo, New Zealand

Visited April 2016

Church of The Good Shepherd

U = Uki, Australia

Visited May 2015


V = Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City – Visited October 2006

Bikes, bikes everywhere

W = Washington DC, USA

Visited November 2012

The Monument

X =

This was the only one that I couldn’t find anywhere that I had been where it started with an ‘X’. I couldn’t even think of a cafe or restaurant πŸ˜€

Y = York, England

Visited February 2017

York Minster

Z = Zealand, Denmark

I feel I have to explain this one.. Copenhagen sits on the island of Zealand in Denmark. So it is in fact true that I have been to Zealand πŸ™‚

Visited September 2015


A-Z (1)

17 responses to “Alphabet Travels”

  1. Very nice post and that’s a great idea to do a A-Z travel! Love your pics πŸ™‚

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  2. Great idea for a post. Such a fun way to relive travel memories. Thanks for sharing on #TheWeeklyPostcard.

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    1. Thanks! I was surprised I could find something for all letters except one πŸ˜€


    1. You should give it a go πŸ™‚

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      1. I just might:)

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  3. Very cool! I wonder if I have visited enough places in the world to fill up the alphabet!

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    1. I think you’d be surprised.. I thought it would have been harder. Mind you, I did take a couple liberties πŸ˜€


  4. What a fun post! I definitely want to go to that ridiculously long town in Wales just because of the name! Thanks for linking up with #TheWeeklyPostcard!

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    1. Haha the Wales town was cool.. hard to get a photo with the full name

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  5. […] latest trip to England left me green-eyed with jealousy has also published a fun little post called Alphabet travels. I thought I could do a similar post πŸ™‚ Β So, I went through all my travel photos (not an easy […]

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  6. This was such a cool post! Great idea. As soon as I read what the post was about, I though, ‘I wonder what she came up with for X.’ πŸ˜€

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    1. Haha I even Googled places starting with X.. I might have been fine if I’d been to China

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      1. Guess you have to go to China! πŸ˜ƒ

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  7. What a fun idea, and what great photos. Thanks for sharing them on #TheWeeklyPostcard!

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