I haven’t done a travel blog for a while and I would like to apologize for that. I just haven’t thought about it for a minute and once I’ve realized that it’s been so long, this very specific topic came into my head. I don’t recall if I explained it much when I first created this site, but I’ll talk about it here and now. Why do I want to travel?
Traveling is such an experience. I’ve only been to a few states but I’ve yet to travel outside of my country. That’s my life goal, to travel all over the world. I want to see new places. I want to see different cultures all over the world. I want to meet new people. I just want to see, life. Traveling is also a way to overcome shyness. Normally, if you’re a shy person you tend to stay to yourself. The minute you travel to a certain place and see how beautiful they are, you’ll be amazed at what you see. Basically breaking out of your comfort zone.
On Instagram, I follow so many travelers who go to new places almost every week, and I instantly have a smile on my face whenever I look at their photos. They’re doing what I would want to do and they look like they’re having the time of their lives. That’s what I want to do! Not only that, but I would share every experience with you guys. Anything I see, you guys would know about it. Anything I feel, you guys would know about it. Anything I sense, you guys would know about it. It’s a hell of a journey that I would love to take on.
Traveling would also be a learning experience. Each day, I would get to learn about every aspects of the world. Sounds exciting right? It’s basically like being in an extensive class. You travel and learn. Your teacher? Whoever guides you. Sounds pretty damn cool to me. That’s what life’s all about to me, learning new things everyday and enjoying them. Hopefully you guys feel the same way.
I just want to see the world as a whole. Traveling would open so many doors to something greater in life. I just know it is. Visit new places, learn about many different cultures, meeting new people, making new friends, etc.
So why do I want to travel? It would set me free, and it would be the ultimate learning experience for life. Most of all, it would give me the chance to spread one thing across the globe, and that my friends is love. Spread love all over the world 🌏🌍🌎❤🙏
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One of the most populated countries in the world, India! This South Asian country is the seventh largest country by area and the second most populous country with more than 1.3 billion. Talk about in depth! People aside, this country looks great with their cultural aspects and the overall atmosphere of it. Seems like each city has its own unique heritage to it and I would love to explore it all.
I would like to go to the city of Nagpur just to see the lake views alone. Seems like the main attractions there are the lakes and there’s nothing wrong with that. Their lakes are the Futala, the Shukrawari, Khindsi, Ambazari, etc. Lake views are just so astonishing to look at. I could look at them and see heaven. These particular lakes are wide especially the Ambazari as it’s the largest lake in the city. There’s other cool activities I would like to do in Nagpur, but the lakes would be my go to places.
Chennai is the capital city in the state of Tamil Nadu, India. Some of the buildings in this city looks amazing such as the Kapaleeshwarar Temple. This template is dedicated to Lord Shiva, one of the principal deities of Hinduism. So many shrines are featured in this temple and I would love to see them as I find shrines really fascinating. I see shrines as a symbol of honor. Honoring those who have made a huge impact on life and for their own country. Another fascinating building to see is the Santhome Cathedral. This building looks like a kingdom! It’s a Roman Catholic minor basilica in Chennai and even though I’m not a religious man, I can see why it’s an important part of this city. Many people visit this building for both its history and their religion. I of course wanna check out the history of this place and what it stands for in the city of Chennai.
Lastly, the city of Agra! This city is the home of the famous mausoleum, Taj Mahal. This mausoleum alone is the main attraction for many tourists. I can’t help but look in awe at this city as it just has the royalty feel to it. Besides the Taj Mahal, another famous place to check out is the Agra Fort. This fort was the main residence of the emperors of the Mughal Dynasty. This place sure does have Dynasty written all over it! The architecture of this place is Islamic and it’s very well put together. Agra is very beautiful to look at and being able to spend some time there would open my eyes to a lot of important history there!
India is gorgeous to look at and I can’t wait to visit the country. Everything from the people to the buildings makes it a must see attraction for any tourist out there. Count me in! So much to see in person that you can’t pass that opportunity up.
It’s been a while since I’ve done a travel blog, and I’m glad to pick up the pace with this special blog here! Now if you guys have read my previous travel blogs, I’m always big on seeing different cultures throughout the world. Bulgaria stood out to me and I haven’t seen much of this country until I did a little bit of research on it. Bulgaria looks like a beautiful country that’s filled with artificial nature. It looks so astounding!
Varna looks like a beautiful city to visit first as it’s a port city and a seaside resort on Bulgaria’s Black Sea! From what I’ve seen of it, it looks very interesting. This city is mostly known for holding a 6,000 year old Thracian jewelry known as the Gold of Varna. How incredible right?! Now that’s something historic that I would want to see in person. This city also has some interesting museums such as Varna Archaeological Museum and the Retro Museum. Lastly, I would wanna see the Roman Thermae. This place showcases Roman ruins of ancient thermal baths and the amount of ancient walls displayed there are incredible.
The city of Burgas looks beautiful as it jas a California vibe to me. A city on Bulgaria’s Black Sea coast, Burgas is the place to go to if you wanna enjoy a nice vacation in a sunny environment. Everything from lakes to gardens, Burgas is a city I wouldn’t want to pass up. One place I wanna see for sure is the St. Anastasia Island. This island is a islet in the Black Sea. The atmosphere of this place looks great as usual as it has a great view of the sea. Standing on that island, looking at the sea would feel like heaven to me. There’s even people who said they recommend staying on that island overnight. Boy would that be a great experience. Seeing the stars in the sky while laying on that island is something to definitely look forward to in the future.
Last but not least, the ancient city of Plovdiv. This city screams history! For starters, the Plovdiv Roman Stadium. This building is among the largest and best preserved buildings in the Balkan peninsula. If you want to see some great cultural shows, this is one of the places to be at. Another place to check out cultural shows is the iconic Ancient Theater of Philippopolis. Just looking at this place is so awesome. It’s one of the world’s best preserved ancient theaters ever and I can definitely see why. The place looks huge and hosts some major events! I would love to go there one day and witness some of Bulgaria’s best acts. I would love for the best of the best to showcase what they love to do in this theater and cherish every moment of it. Being able to say that you’ve performed in this theater is an achievement of a lifetime. I would just love to be there and stand on that stage. Now that would be a moment to live in.
Just like every other country I would love to visit one day, Bulgaria is no exception. The country looks beautiful, the cities look beautiful, etc. Just overall, a beautiful country. Can’t wait to visit one day!
Next stop on the travel tour, Australia! This country just looks like paradise! Cities from Melbourne to Sydney each look like they have class. Whenever I look at the cities in Australia, to me those cities have their own identities. I’ll explain them very shortly. Overall Australia looks like a fun country to visit and I would love to check out all of the things that makes this country great.
First stop, Melbourne! This city has the identity of a city life. I mean just look at this place and tell me you don’t get the city life vibe off of it! This town just looks astonishing. Melbourne features a venue known as the Federation Square where arts and cultures are displayed and public events are held. I can imagine many people being there for a big event and having the time of their lives. If you’re a fan of fantastic views, then you should check out the Eureka Tower! This tower a 297.3 meter skyscraper. You could literally see the whole town in this place and the place from the inside looks great. Lastly, this peaks the city life of Melbourne, I would love to go to Crown Melbourne. Crown Melbourne is a hotel, entertainment, and casino complex. If you’re someone who likes to gamble or just like to drink with friends and have fun, Crown Melbourne is the place to check out. You’ll definitely live the city life there!
Gold Coast is a city in Australia that is also a metropolitan region south of Brisbane on Australia’s east coast. This city has the identity of a magical land. What I mean by that is the amount of theme parks this city has will make you feel like you’re in some paradise island. Dreamworld is Australia’s largest theme park with over 40 rides and attractions, even includes 5 roller coasters! This place alone will make you feel like you’re in paradise. If you love water parks, then you’ll love WhiteWater World. This place looks like a water park kingdom and I can imagine tons of kids having a great time there. Last but not least, Sea World! I actually love being at places like this because you get to see some good variety of sea creatures. You also get more invested in learning about whales and dealing with sick whales, pretty much at every other Sea World, but it’s always a pleasure in learning about them.
Finally, Australia’s largest city Sydney! This city is the capital of New South Wales and has a larger than life identity. This town has it all: a nice beach, a huge bridge with a great view of the river, an iconic performing arts venue, etc. The Bondi Beach looks amazing and is one of Australia’s most iconic beaches. If you’re a surfer, you’ll love the waves for sure. It’s also a nice place to go on long walks if you love the peacefulness. Now if you love bridges, the Sydney Harbour Bridge will be breath taking for you! This bridge is very long, but walking across it would be very cool. The only take away I will say is that it apparently costs about $200 to walk on the bridge? I don’t see why anyone would have to pay to walk on this bridge but it does look like it’s worth it. Lastly, the iconic Sydney Opera House. This place is a multi-venue performing arts center that holds plenty of big events. I would love to step foot in that building one day, even if its to see a random show. The fact that this place could host any show of its kind is very cool and I recommend anybody to attend this place if they ever decide to go to Australia.
Australia looks like a fantastic place to visit and I can’t wait to go there one day. I pretty much say that every time I post a travel blog, but each time I say it, I mean it. Australia is no exception. Can’t wait to visit there in the future!
Europe has some of the most intriguing countries that I wanna visit one day. Most of them I’ve coveres in some of my blogs over the past few months and now it’s Switzerland’s turn! With a population of 8.42 million, this country is well known for their famous ski resorts, mountains, and of course their chocolates and cheese :). Besides those top things, this country has some interesting cities that I wanna explore and get to know more about.
The city of Basel is a very unique looking city if you ask me. I was analyzing Basel and this town just looks very interesting to me. The buildings have an old school visual vibe to it and the rivers look astonishing. The one building that stood out to me the most was the Basel Minster. This place is one of the main tourist attractions in the city of Basel. Showcasing red sandstone architecture and coloured roof tiles, this building is one you cannot miss if you ever visit Basel. I’ll try to keep that in mind for myself as well because this building looks fantastic. The Fine Arts Museum in Basel looks like a cool place to visit as well because of their unique art designs. Some of the art designs look plain, but has simple messages behind them. Even some of the most simple art designs can have some lasting effect on it.
Speaking of art, the city of Lucerne has some very amazing architectures that cannot be missed! Lucerne has some beautiful art in its town. Almost everywhere you look, you’ll see some kind of art. Art in its purest form! I definitely wanna see the Spreuer Bridge as there isn’t an actual art piece in sight, but the bridge itself is art of its own. Now a bridge that actually showcases art is the Chapel Bridge. This bridge in particular displays local art that features nice flowers, art paintings, and even a view of the lake nearby. That itself is art and this whole bridge would make you appreciate it even more. Lucerne is an art filled town and if you’re an artistic person, you’ll love this city very much.
Lastly, if you ever wanna go to Switzerland to visit the resorts or mountains, you need to visit Interlaken. Interlaken is a resort town that is located in the mountanious Bernese Oberland region of central Switzerland. This town looks astonishing and it honestly looks like a peaceful place to be in. The mountains in this town looks like heaven! So much grass, so much land, so much happiness! I would like to just smell the air in this town. It would probably smell totally fresh. This town is mainly for its mountain views and that’s all I can look at and be amazed. Places like this is where I would like to have a home in some day. Think about it; a home that’s surrounded by rivers and mountains. You wouldn’t want that? I’m definitely making this a goal of mine to visit Interlaken in the future no doubt.
Switzerland is yet another European country I can’t wait I to visit in the future. So much mountains, so much art, so much architectures! Definitely I’m adding this country to my radar of future traveling adventures and you guys should too! Adieu guys!
Grüß Sie! Next travel stop is the European country of Austria! I honestly haven’t thought about visiting Austria and I can’t figure out why. Austria looks like a nice country and now is the time I decided that I would want to visit this country as well. Looked into the cities and certain parts of the country and I was impressed with what I saw. Austria has some beautiful cities and just like every other country that I’ve talked about so far, I can’t wait to visit this country too in the future!
First place I’d check out is the town of Hallstatt. This place looks very unique and literally has the village feel about it. The whole town looks astonishing! They also have amazing views of the lake and even some pretty cool looking mountains. Speaking of mountains, one place I wanna go to is Treppe ins Nichts. Treppe ins Nichts allows you to travel up to high-altitude observation decks in order for you to enjoy incredible mountain views. Just look up pics of this place and you’ll be amazed. Another mountain view to enjoy is the Hoher Dachstein. This mountain is the second highest mountain in the Northern Limestone Alps. It’s also the eighth tallest Alpine peak! Standing on that mountain must feel like the greatest feeling ever. Now for the village feel, you gotta visit the Salt Mine. This place is an museum that features an underground slide and a salt-lake boat ride! This place just looks very peaceful to visit and I think people would learn so much culture just from the atmosphere alone.
Salzburg looks like a kingdom! This city is actually on the border of Germany and features views of the Eastern Alps. A very historic place to visit is the Mirabell Palace. This place features a big garden and hosts some weddings there too. The inside of this building definitely looks like you’re steeping into the kingdom of Austria! An interesting building to check out is the Hangar-7. This place features a collection of airplanes, helicopters, and race cars throughout the history of Austria. This place is very cool to see in person and here’s the best part; this place is owned by Red Bull founder Dietrich Mateschit! The Hohensalzburg Fortress has to be on your radar if you ever choose to go to Austria one day. This place is one of the largest medieval castles in Europe! Not only will you get a great view of the surrounding nature, you’ll also get a view of almost the whole city of Salzburg!
Lastly, the capital of Austria, Vienna! This city’s legacy was established by the likes of Mozart, Beethoven, and Sigmund Freud! Pretty incredible to even think about that. That means that so much history is behind this city. First place I’d check out is the Prater. This park actually features an amusement park and has a big ferris wheel! The ferris wheel was actually built back in 1897 and to read that the wheel is still around today is pretty amazing! The Belvedere features two Baroque palaces and is set in a Baroque park landscape in the third district of the city. This place also holds art from the Middle Ages to today, meaning they must have thousands of art, even more. Since I’m a big music guy and would listen to almost any genre, I would check out the Vienna State Opera. I’m usually not too big on opera music, but I would totally check this place out to hear some of Austria’s finest opera singers. Apparently this place is one of the best opera companies in the world and I would be honored to even step foot into that building!
Austria looks like a very awesome country to visit and even though I pretty much say that for almost every country, I truly mean it. So much to see there and so much to experience there as well.
Grüss Gott everyone!
Ciao! Italy’s my next stop on my future traveling trip. I’ve always wanted to visit Italy. Seeing the sights of their towns, their arts, their cultures, and even ancient buildings are worth seeing in person. I’m not gonna lie though, another thing I’ve always wanted to do there is to try their foods. Italy looks like they have some of the best meals in the world. Overall I just want to explore the sights of Italy and see for myself want makes this country one of the best in Europe.
Florence would be my first stop in Italy. From the looks of it, Florence looks to have some of the best looking arts and architecture in the world. Almost the whole town looks like a masterpiece. Any building you see, you’ll immediately say “wow”. The Uffizi Gallery has some of the most ancient paintings and masterpieces ever since the 16th-century. That gallery also holds the record for having the most visited guests in Italy, with over two million visitors since 2016. Giotto’s Campanile looks like a great place to visit as well. This place holds a red, green, and white marble-clad Gothic tower with steps leading to a terrace and city views. That would be AMAZING to witness in person! Lastly, I would love to see the statue of David. This statue was created by iconic artist Michelangelo. Michelangelo used marble to create this historic statue from 1501 to 1504. His hard work sure paid off big time because still to this day, people view this statue in awe. David’s a Biblical hero in Italy and is a favored art subject in Florence. Now that’s some fantastic history.
Next stop, Venice! This city is very unique to say the least. For one, there’s no roads, just canals! That’s pretty amazing! I’ve never seen any city that doesn’t have any roads. If anything I would expect a city with no roads to have fields. For this city to have canals to get you to destinations is pretty incredible. The Piazza San Marco is a nice plaza to check out as it features urban spaces in the city. This place would be a good time for you and your friends to have food and drinks and walk around for a good sight-seeing. The Bridge of Sighs looks like a beautiful place to see as it’s made of white limestone, has windows with stone bars, passes over the Rio di Palazzo, and connects the New Prison to the interrogation rooms in the Doge’s Palace. Also looks like some nice shopping places are in the area so you can not only look at some amazing views, but do some nice shopping as well. It’s one of the most famous bridges in the world and definitely is a must see in Italy. Another bridge I would visit is the Rialto Bridge. This bridge is the oldest of four bridges spanning the Grand Canal in Venice. It’s been rebuilt several times in order to have a spectacular view and it’s since became a significant tourist attraction in Venice. Can’t wait to see it for myself!
Last but not least, ROME! The capital of Italy, Rome has some iconic art and architectures that spans over 3,000 years! That’s pretty insane! The Colosseum would be the first place I would visit because of its historical background. It’s built of travertine, tuff, and brick-faced concrete and is the largest amphitheatre ever built! Built in 70-80 AD, this historic amphitheatre holds between 50,000 and 80,000 spectators, averaging 65,000 daily. The Trevi Fountain looks astonishing! Located in the Trevi district in Rome, this fountain was designed by architect Nicola Salvi and completed by Giuseppe Pannini. It’s the largest Baroque fountain in the city and one of the most famous fountains in the world! The work of art on this fountain would be great to see in person. You can just tell by the looks of it that the fountain features so much detail and so much hard work was put into this fountain. Lastly, the Roman Forum. This place is a rectangular forum surrounded by the ruins of several important ancient government buildings at the center of the city of Rome. Citizens of Rome referred to this space, originally a marketplace, as the Forum Magnum, or simply the Forum. Climbing the Palatine Hill would let you see the entire Forum in full view. That’s something I gotta do immediately once I ever get the chance to see this Forum.
There’s a lot of things I would love to do in Italy that would take pages for me to talk about, but I’ll spare y’all with the lengthy yapping about it. All I really have left to say is that I can’t wait to visit Italy in the future and look forward to having a great time there! Addio!