Like millions of people around the globe, I am sticking close to home these days. But my wanderlust is strong even when I can’t move much beyond my front door.
I had travel planned for this spring … A trip to Israel and Jordan was cancelled shortly after the beginning of the year; not enough people signed up. There could have been any number of reasons why others were more cautious than I, but given that the trip was to start in mid-April, if it hadn’t already been cancelled it surely would be by now.
As a consolation, I planned a two-week trip to San Miguel de Allende to experience Easter in Mexico. I cancelled that one myself at the beginning of March.
I am thinking that you are probably like me, if you’re a reader of this blog, so you are at home but you’re dreaming of where you’ll go when the world cools down and it become safe to travel again.
May I suggest some armchair travel to help you dream about future trips?
Take a browse through the site and find a place you haven’t been. See if my pages and pictures inspire you to put that location on your bucket list. What about revisiting a place you’ve already been? I would love to see more comments on the posts: Did you like what I liked? Am I all wet on those recommendations? What would you have written about that place if this were your blog?
Some of my favorites:
Joshua Tree National Park
The Galapagos Islands
Slovenia and Croatia
With all this spare time, I will also be posting about older trips that have yet to make the transition from paper journals to online blog. Stay tuned for Guatemala and Morocco!