There is something about wanting more out of life, it never goes away. Right after a trip, from the moment you land back home, you sit and plan on the next one… and wish that all you could do is travel. There is a reason behind that euphoria. It’s like a drug that you cannot be held against for. I admire addicts in a good way, they know what makes them happy… and keep doing it. It’s so difficult to round up everything in one post. So here is a list of 5 places on my travel bucket list before July 2015 and it doesn’t stop here. Do you have a bucket list before July? On My Travel Bucket List Before 2016
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On My Travel Bucket List Before 2016
1. Raja Ampat
Raja Ampat located in Papua,Eastare four major island,such as:Waigeo, Misool , Salawati, and Ampat teritory covering 9.8 million acres of land and . You can take an aeroplane from Jakarta or Bali to are several aircraft that provides flight to Sorong. The only reason it’s on my list is to see this specific place and make sure this beauty exists!
2. Dorset, England
Dorset, is a county in South West England on the English Channel coast. History, culture, religion and beautiful landscapes make up this beautiful place. The Jurassic Coast was the first natural site in England to make it onto the World Heritage List as selected by UNESCO. My trip here will be in April/May for a long 2 weeks. I cannot wait to be exploring every corner!
There is a reason why every year, Ireland is on my bucket list. Still don’t understand why I haven’t been there yet… the legends, castles, tales of the little green men and folk dance. But most of all, the history and nature.
I was never the snow kind of girl. I always loved the way it looked in pictures and on landscape, but I never actually saw it snow in my life I think. I never liked the freezing cold. I love cold, but freezing cold is just exhausting. But then came Norway and Scandinavia, I gave in. I slowly began to realize that I have always dreamed on Norway. I’ve always dreamed of having a house in the middle of grass-fields as far as the eye can see. When you sit on the porch, you see the lake right in front of you (there has to be water in my world! ) and across the lake is a beautiful mountain bringing in the cold breeze under a waterfall. That’s Norway for me. It will always be on by list.
Japan is a world on its own. Heritage, culture, legends and tales. Japan could not be a holiday of 2 weeks. Exploring the villages and UNESCO sites, the little islands and the history. I found this link [Here] that shows such beautiful reasons why we should travel to Japan at least once in our lives. Hind, a good friend of mine promised to take me there if I take her with me to Norway and Iceland. This could be our year!