It usually starts the same, one friend really wants to go to [insert random country or city here] then another friend says wow me too! Then that friend’s college roommate has an uncle who once lived there and they know all the great places to go and so on and so forth until you have … Continue reading The beloved but dreaded group travel
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Lately I have been referring a lot to the whole concept of the ‘bucket list’, and it occurred to me that I had never actually sat down and written down a comprehensive bucket list! Given how much ‘bucket list travel’ I have done this year, it only seemed fitting that I finally bite the bullet and do so!
This is a fairly comprehensive list, but I know there are things I will have forgotten and things I don’t even know that I want to do yet; so as this list changes, grows and as I ‘cross things off’, I will come back here and update it – linking blog posts about the experiences for your reading pleasure – just click on the photos!
So without further ado, here is the ULTIMATE Travelling The World Solo bucket list.
Swim with Humpback Whales
Swim with Orcas in Norway
Throw tomatoes at La Tomatina
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It is so interesting to ask any travel lover "When and where was your first flight?" Some people have been flying since they were a child. Babies flying back and forth. Some remember their flight as a child or going on vacation with family. My first flight ever happened at the most interesting time. My first … Continue reading My first flight: September 2001
One of my favorite bloggers. Please enjoy: There have been plenty of conversations in wellness circles over the last several years about how taking care of our mind, body and spirit is the first step to finding that inner and outer glow. “Meditation” itself has become a buzzword and with apps like Headspace and Calm … Continue reading Guest Post: We Are Travel Girls
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Well y'all in one of the many groups I'm a part of (Travel Bloggers Club), we have been challenged to blog everyday the month of October. EVERY DAY?! Sounds hard but I'm going to try to do it. Because I care and want to share more of my stories, journal entries, and advice with you … Continue reading Blogtober??
Before I even get into this post….IF YOU ARE A NEW JERSEY HATER, JUST SKIP THIS POST. Just don’t even bother. I do not understand the hate. I don’t understand the jealousy. I don’t understand the distrust. HOWEVER, this article is a love letter to New Jersey so just go away if you don’t agree. … Continue reading Home Sweet Home Part 3: New Jersey
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