The World’s Your Oyster

No blog would be complete without a cheesy “Places I’d like to travel to:” post/list, and this one is no exception (so my apologies are offered in advance of said list).  I’m sure there’ll be various addenda at some point (and feel free to recommend anywhere amazing that you think I ought to visit in the comments below), but without further ado, let’s take a look at it shall we?

In no particular order (although, let’s be honest, I’ll probably get the domestic ones done first):

1. Bhutan

2. Iceland

3. The Inner and Outer Hebrides, United Kingdom

4. The Orkney and Shetland Islands, United Kingdom

5. La Réunion, France (Département D’outre Mer)

6. South East Asia (Thailand; Laos; Cambodia; and Vietnam)

7. The Channel Islands (British Crown Dependencies)

8. China (inland areas); Mongolia

9. San Marino

10. Pacific Islands (including Nauru/Tuvalu/etc.; Hawaii, and the Aleutian Islands, United States)

11. New Zealand

12. New Caledonia, France

13. Western United States and Canada

14. Hadrian’s Wall Path (walking its length, coast to coast), United Kingdom

15. Various Greek islands (including Santorini), Greece; Cyprus

16. Slovenia; FYRO Macedonia; and the other Balkan states.

17. Lithuania and Latvia,  northern Scandinavia (Gulf of Bothnia region, including the Åland Islands)

18. The Falkland Islands (British Overseas Territory); Tierra Del Fuego, Chile/Argentina

19. Anglesey, United Kingdom

20. The Isle of Man (British Crown Dependency)

21. Istanbul, Turkey

22. Morocco

23. Yellowknife, Canada

24. Yosemite National Park, United States

25. The Isles of Scilly, United Kingdom

I was going to add Easter Island, but seeing as my air ticket there is stuck above my desk, it feels like I’d be cheating to include that, given that it’ll be ticked off soon.

Anyway, that’s enough procrastination for one day, and the Tawny Owl hooting outside my window is telling me that it’s probably wise to get some sleep now!

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2 thoughts on “The World’s Your Oyster

  1. astriaicow says:

    Haha, it’s cool that you guys have owls over there. We do too here in Memphis but I’ve only ever seen this tiny owl (dunno the species) and never heard a “hoo” before.

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