If you’ve done some exploring around seekingsaudades.com, then you’ll know I have an entire page dedicated to where I’ve travelled in my life. However, seeing as many of my followers receive my content directly from the built in reader on wordpress.com, I realize that many of you may not have ever seen exactly where I’ve been, and when I’ve been there. So, I decided to convert that page into a stand alone article.
This week marked the 1 year anniversary of my trip to Thailand in February of 2020. It seems hard to believe it’s been this long, and yet felt so short since my first time visiting Southeast Asia. If you read my post from a couple months ago, Thailand Travel Diary – Day 1: In Transit, you will recall that I was only able to spend one full day in the magical city of Bangkok before jetting off to the beaches of Phuket.
If there’s one thing you should know about me, it’s that once I get my mind set on something, I’m hard pressed to let it go. And so when I saw that the Scottish-English border was a mere 37 kilometres (23 mi) away from Bamburgh Castle I just had to try and get there. When would I ever be back to this part of England, if ever?
I thought I would break the usual schedule for today to take the opportunity to thank the 1000+ unique visitors who have taken the time out of their day to visit seekingsaudades.com in countries all over the world! As always, I am incredibly grateful for your support. I really enjoy creating content for the blog and website, and for all of you.
So far, I’ve been matched with a host institution, and that’s about as far as progress will go as of right now. In the coming months, I’ll have to confirm my spot, apply for a student visa, sort out accommodations, book flights, and most importantly do a whole heck of a lot of research!
Warwick Castle has the typical historical elements and museum pieces, things you’d expect, but it also has a series of well-done attractions. When I was there in May of 2019, these include a haunted tour, a birds of prey show, a trebuchet demonstration, and more.
The Beaver Pond Trail is a 2.0 km (1.2 mi) hiking loop located in Algonquin Provincial Park, Ontario, Canada. The moderate-difficulty route features an array of beaver activity such as ponds, dams, and lodges, and navigates through several terrains including a bog, a forest, and a scenic rocky lookout. The Beaver Pond Trail is perfect for those looking to explore multiple ecosystems within a relatively short distance, and learn about the impact beavers have on this stunning environment; all while still working up a good sweat.
When you arrive at your hotel, the staff handle your passports and credit cards like a newborn baby. Every time you enter a café, restaurant, or store you’re greeted like royalty. The service you receive in Japan is bar-none the best I’ve ever had in all of my travels, and nothing but the best is accepted by those who serve you. The Japanese see it as a pleasure, not an obligation to give you the best experience possible.
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