It’s hard to believe that I’ve not been out for a decent walk for weeks now. Physically and emotionally, I’m beginning to feel the strain of not doing this. And by a decent walk I do not mean a quick walk downtown to the shops or a walk to my local library or DVD store. Those walks are leisurely and don’t last longer than five or ten minutes anyhow. Also, the walk from the bus stop in my mother’s local town to her doorstep doesn’t count either.
This travel blog post is all about how you can take advantage of the wonders of the world. It begins by listing them continent by continent and then category by category. And by category we mainly distinguish between heritage sites and natural wonders.
Let’s start by motivating why you should be taking advantage of such wonders. Many of you may never have been on an overseas trip abroad but may be saving up for one. Most of you live on the periphery of material life and may class yourselves as lower to middle income earners, meaning that you may only be making one trip of a lifetime.
As usual, my husband and I have our hands full this holiday. Thanksgiving Day came and went in a blur, and now we’re getting ready for the Christmas festivities. Because our home is large enough and suitably equipped, we’re having our extended family over again. Although, it must be said that my husband and I are not traditional celebrants of this time of the year. Because others are now dependent on our hospitality, we’ve thankfully been given the rule of the roost to do things our way.