My Wanderlust Wonderlist (Part 1)

2012-10-11

It seems that everybody’s got a case of wanderlust these days, and I have to admit, I’m one of them.

But the world is getting smaller by the minute. At the pace that technology is running on right now, it isn’t too farfetched to say that in ten, twenty years, there will be no more stone left unturned, or corner left undiscovered.

But still, I know I’m not the only one who thinks that it’s still better to travel and see and record things first hand, no matter how high the definition or the pixel count can be found online.

Having said that, here’s a list of some of the places I’m determined to see and go to in person at least once in this lifetime.

Angkor Wat, Cambodia. Alongside the nearby Siem Riep. The structures are just so breathtaking and fascinating! Plus, it’s an excuse to get my Tomb Raider groove on.

Photos by nicx, lihooi, fixou, and tiro8

Japan. I think no self-respecting wanderluster (yes, I made that up) would even think of skipping Japan from their list of must-see places. I mean, c’mon! The food! The culture! The people! And most of all, the cute things!

Photos by arurin, inine, 16mm, and volker-jp

Copenhagen, Denmark. Overshadowed by the more popular European cities like Paris and London, Copenhagen has a quaint charm of its own. Personally, I would like to go here to see the statue of The Little Mermaid in Langelinie, and the grave of Hans Christian Andersen.

Photos by grinningcat, myahcat, sebastianerras, and basho

I have to admit, I had a really hard time narrowing my list down. It’s so hard to choose which places you want to see first. It’s like wanting to be anywhere and everywhere at the same time!

How about you guys? What are the top places on your travel list? Share them below!

written by geegraphy on 2012-10-11 #places #copenhagen #gallery #angkor-wat #list #travel #cambodia #locations #denmark #siem-riep #japan #location

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