Over on Pinterest, I’ve been keeping a little wish list of places that I’d like to go. I thought I’d share some of them with you. This is by no means an exhaustive list. As if I would only have five places on a travel wish list. Pshaw!
Stonehenge – England
Okay, so who constructed this? Aliens or the English?
After one of my early Fantasy Travel Friday posts, I really do want to see this part of the U.S.A.
Chris Hemsworth look-alikes and beach culture. I’ll take it.
Taj Mahal – India
One day soon, I hope.
Ha Long Bay – Vietnam
Ha Long Bay looks so magical.
Have you been to any of the places on this wish list? What was your experience like? Are any of these destinations on your wish list?
I thought I’d show more than one pic today. I realized that I started pinning all of these pictures of popular sites at night. Perhaps there is something about lights and the moon?
The Eiffel Tower – Paris
The “Classics” geek in me can’t keep away from ruins.
The Acropolis – Athens
To be honest, I’m not exactly sure where this is….anyone?
In honor of Carnaval….
Christ the Redeemer (from the back) – Rio de Janeiro
Laissez Les Bons Temps Roulez! Happy Mardi Gras!
Bourbon Street – New Orleans
Which one of these pics is your favorite? Have you seen any of these places at night? What did you think?
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Lately, I’ve become slightly obsessed with Pinterest. For those who follow me on Twitter and/or Facebook, you may know that I mentioned that I’ve recently started pinning all kinds of images. Pinterest is essentially an online bookmarking/scrapbooking space. It’s so simple, but you’d never guess that you might end up glancing at tons of images late into the night looking for just the right picture of the Pyramids of Giza or discovering a new recipe. Pinterest pulls you in without you realizing it.
I’ve been finding some really great food and travel related images through the site, and I’ll share some of my favorites with you from time to time.
Here’s a fabulous piece of travel photography that made me gasp:
via On the Adventure
I don’t mind heights, but whoa! I’m not sure if this necessarily makes me think of Norway (although I’m not sure what would), but doesn’t it pull you in and make you want to know where this was taken? How did that dude get there in the first place, and is it safe? Would you pose for this picture?
More beauty and things to salivate over soon….If you are on Pinterest, please put a link your boards in the comments, and I’ll follow you!