I thought I would let you know what my travel plans are for 2020 – because I know you are all holding your breath with excitement about where I am going this year!
I am the slackest of the slack when it comes to writing on this blog. Sometimes I even wonder why I am doing it at all.. Anyhoo, here is an update from my time in Copenhagen. Also apologies if you have seen these photos on Facebook or Instagram, I honestly haven’t had the time to sort through and edit my copious amount of photos!
I’ve been to England HEAPS but I haven’t really spent much time on the Continent (mainland Europe) so this year I am doing something inconceivable and travelling to Europe WITHOUT going to London!!
And so begins my recap of my 2nd day in Melbourne – although, I didn’t actually get up to as much as I thought I did but I was still pretty busy through the day.
Because I have a lot to write about my Melbourne trip, I thought I would break it down into days instead, so here goes Day One:
My first foray into the Cotswolds was to Bath in 2010, since then I have fallen in love with the honey coloured homes of the area.
As I’ve just finished my latest trip I thought I would share the logistics of the this trip.
I have scoured the world-wide web in search of travel specific questions and have put together some questions in case you want to know more about me and my travels.
This is not a tag post but if you feel like posting your own answers, put a ping back to this post so I can check out what you have to say 🙂
So there is only 32 sleeps till my trip to England – or 19 work days but whose counting! So I thought I’d give you a bit of an update of what I have planned.
Even though I know it isn’t always a feasible option for people, one thing I do feel strongly about is that I think people should travel if they can.
So often you hear people going on about how wonderful travelling is and what a truly life changing experience it can be. It is, BUT on the other side of the coin there is plenty to hate about it too.