Originally posted on Curlygirlabroad:
This post is meant to give you (and me) some travel inspiration for the coming year(s). Honestly on my list are too many things and I just keep adding places. That and the fact that I have major difficulties with making choices makes me…
Niagara Falls is a beautiful, impressive, famous waterfall which is located on the border between the United States and Canada. On the U.S. side, it’s just outside Buffalo, New York, and on the Canadian side, it’s not terribly far from Toronto. I’ve always wanted to visit this natural wonder, and it would be great to combine a visit to the Falls with a tour of the region on both sides of the border. This Wanderlust Wednesday, let’s explore what a possible U.S.-Canada journey centering around Niagara Falls might look like.
There’s just something about Madagascar that intrigues me. This beautiful island off the Southeast coast of Africa is home to rain-forests, reefs, and an impressive array of unique wildlife, such as lemurs.I have a few friends who have been there and came back absolutely in love and enchanted with this place. I really hope to be able to visit for myself one day.
This Wanderlust Wednesday, let’s take a look at this amazing place in the world.
A few years ago, my parents went to Belize. I was supposed to go with them but through a combination of unfortunate circumstances, I wasn’t able to go…and I was devastated. However, looking at their photos and hearing about what a wonderful time they had really fueled my wanderlust for the small Central American country, and I’m still bound and determined to make it there someday. If you’re unfamiliar with the beauty of this amazing little country, allow me to introduce you to Belize, the topic of this week’s Wanderlust Wednesday.
When you mention Rwanda to somebody, they will likely recall some pretty brutal images of war in the mid-90’s. However, things have calmed down considerably since then and in general, it’s a safe place to visit. There are still issues from time to time, however, but if you are vigilant you should be fine. Besides, Rwanda is a beautiful place that has so much to offer those who are willing to pay it a visit! Take a look at some of the beautiful images from the country, below, and imagine yourself on a trip to this beautiful African nation.
To quote the Dalai Lama, “The purpose of life is to be happy.”
Whatever walk of life you are in, whatever religion you belong to, whatever country you are from…there is something to those words and something to be learned from them.
If you’re like me, you most likely spend way too much time scrolling through the #travel feed on Instagram, looking at all those glossy, beautiful photographs from all over the world. Here are a few of my favorites…
Today we have a wonderful guest post from a blogger named Sanjay who grew up in North India. He has written a great post describing life in that part of the world for us all to enjoy. I hope you enjoy Sanjay’s post!
You may be familiar with the words ‘not all those who wander are lost’. It has certainly been featured on travel-related blogs, t-shirts, inspirational quotes on photos, tattoos, etc. quite a few times. Most people know that the original quote comes from J.R.R. Tolkien, but just in case you didn’t know before, now you do.
Here’s the thing…there is no “best” way to travel. What is best for one person may not be best for another person. Some people like sipping piña coladas by a pool at a resort, while others might like tromping through the jungle for days on end with nothing but a backpack full of provisions. Some people might get a thrill out of checking famous landmarks off their list, while others enjoy simply sitting at a sidewalk cafe for hours on end, watching the world go by. There is no right or wrong way to travel. The only right way to travel is to do it in the way that makes you happiest.