Hope everyone is well and safe. This blog post is about the 5 places that I want to visit. Fo years, I wanted to visit Glasgow – it’s where my Nan and Grampa were from and so many generations before that. I went last year and I loved it so much, I honestly did not want to leave, it felt like home. It’s odd to think that I was supposed to be going to Glasgow at the end of the month again and now I will wait until next year to visit it. Glasgow.
I am not really a “traveller” as such as I enjoy a lot of home comforts, but I thought I’d list out the areas I would love to go one day (in no order):
I feel like Australia seems to be a mystical land, full of relaxation, hope and just happiness. Quite a few of my friends have visited and have moved out over there. I feel that to me it seems mad how far away it is, how different but also so similar our cultures are. I am not a huge fan of all of the bugs and deadly animals that they have over there, but the amount of photos I have seen of the country, it just seems stunning.
Another country where I feel that there is a relaxed atmosphere about it is Sweden. It seems that there are so many positives in living in Sweden, including the culture of the country also seemingly laid back and chilled. It may not be the case, but that’s my perception of it. I have also heard that they have amazing winters and summers, so it really doesn’t matter when you go.
This one is such a cliche I know! But the idea of New York just amazes me, like is it really like a movie set all the time? Are buildings so on top of each other? Does smoke really come up from the ground? Why does everyone find New York amazing? I would love to go there just the once maybe up to 5 days to experience the madness, but also to visit Central Park and see hopefully the tranquillity of it.
If you were to ask little Cat as to where she wanted her honeymoon to be, or which destination she would want to go on holiday, it will always be Hawaii. I have no idea why, but just the thought of it makes me smile so much. The beautiful beaches, the gorgeous landscapes and it just seems so super friendly.
As much as the idea of the above countries sounds lush, I am not that much of a sun lover. So the idea of Iceland is just right up my street. One of the main reasons I would love to go to Iceland is of course the Northern Lights. My favourite thing ever are the stars and to be able to see the Northern Lights would be just magical in my eyes. The country also has the most amazing landscapes from national parks, falls to lagoons just beautiful!
So where would your top 5 destinations be? What draws you to them?