Growing up, one of my fond memories was traveling across the country with my dad on official duties. He usually teased and called me his ‘briefcase’ which he carried around. From then on, the love for traveling was seeded in me. I wanted to see the world differently, learn new things, watch changes in weather, eat new things and much more. Traveling became a part of me that I would stifle in years to come. Continue reading “Travel Diaries”→
April was an interesting month for me. A lot happened within the short 30 days duration of the month. First I got to experience some remarkable events at work, then I made some life altering decisions, and then I traveled to the South-South region of Nigeria. As usual, I learned a lot from my journeys, and I think you should take a look! Continue reading “Journey of M.”→
With only 3 days left to the end of the challenge, let’s make each day count. I particularly love today’s challenge cause it has to do with travelling and that’s one of my favourite things. It’s got me grinning from ear to ear already. Hehe.
So tighten your seat belt guys, it’s gonna be a long ride to my happy place. 😉
Australia– Australia! A pure kiss of nature. I really would love to visit this continent in my lifetime. There are so many exciting places to visit and things to see including the Great Barrier Reef, the Sydney Harbour Bridge, Uluru rock, Warner Bros Movie world, Kangaroos, turtles and loads more! Plus, I’d get to visit Hillsong church as I’ve always dreamed of.
The wildlife in Australia is incredible (thanks to Nat Geo Wild channel) and I would really love to experience every bit of it. Suit up and watch the outdoor M. come alive!
France- This is another beautiful place I’ve just got to visit in my lifetime. I’ll like to visit the art museums as well as the Eiffel tower (maybe, just maybe, he could come along and get a cue to propose at that sweet romantic spot *drifting into daydreams* Lol).
France is also known for bread and heck! I love me some bread. And perfumes…Oh my! Can’t wait to be showered in fragrances! Let’s toast to this trip with some French wine! *clinks a wine glass*
Italy- Oh sweet Italy! With beauty awaiting the lens of my camera and the snapping of my fingers on the keyboard. I’ll really, really love to visit Italy with its picturesque scenery and dainty food. Uhhhh, pasta! Mama luvs pasta! *Faking an Italian accent*
I’ll love to visit the attractive spots in Italy including the Grand Canal, the Florence cathedral,the Colosseum, the leaning Tower of Pisa…you can bet that I would take lots of pictures of the artistic structures as well. Dear future husband, let’s have some romance in Rome *pun intended* 😉
Greece- Another idyllic country to visit in Europe. After spending many semesters in school studying the works of Socrates, Plato, Aristotle… I’m way too curious to visit Greece. Perhaps I’d get some Greek inspiration to come up with some “M. Theories” and Ideologies 😀
I would like to visit the Olympian temple of Zeus, Plaka, the Parthenon temple and the Acropolis museum. Dust your history books and let’s get schooled by the Greeks! *glasses on*
Brazil- After a long debate about the last place to travel between Brazil and South Africa, Brazil won. That’s cause I should visit South Africa sooner rather than later. So Brazil it is! With its colourful carnivals and beautiful beaches. I’d love to take pictures of the ‘Christ the Redeemer’ statue, the Sugarloaf Mountain, Iguazu Falls, São Paulo zoo and a whole lot more! Let’s go act another Rio animation 😀
Is it over already? *cries* I was so deep in my zone, writing about the places I would love to visit and seeing myself there. Don’t worry, I’d post original photos when the time comes. It’s no surprise that I’m thrilled about travelling and writing and I believe dreams come true! 😉
Close with some quotes;
Nobody can discover the world for somebody else. Only when we discover it for ourselves does it become common ground and a common bond and we cease to be alone. – Wendell Berry
Traveling – it leaves you speechless, then turns you into a storyteller. – Ibn Battuta