#AtoZChallenge – T is for Travel


Travel is defined as the movement of people on foot, a bicycle, car, boat, or airplane. Whatever your preferred mode, the anticipation of visiting someplace new, or even returning to the same place is exciting.

We all have places we want to see, things we want to do on our “Bucket Lists”. I’ve been fortunate and have crossed a few things off my list of places I have to see. First on that list was my father’s birthplace in Scotland and the Orphanage where he was raised before he came to Canada. You can see some of the photos from that trip here.

Since that first trip, I’ve travelled back to Scotland six more times and each time have added at least one new ‘thing to see and do’ to my trip along with returning to favourite places and visiting family and friends.

I don’t know about you, but part of the excitement (at least for me) is in the planning stages. Choosing where to go, where to stay and what to do in the area.

travel - Old bridge at Carrbridge
Old bridge at Carrbridge

Carrbridge is a perfect example of someplace new and it was only because of the need for a public convenience that my husband and I found ourselves here. I knew of the old bridge and had seen pictures of it, but I since I was here I had to see it for myself.

What’s your favourite travel destination? Do you like the planning process?


2 thoughts on “#AtoZChallenge – T is for Travel”

  1. I do love the planning process although some of it is a bit frustrating like trying to find a rental house in Roatan, Honduras for 7 people (4 adults, 3 kids). But it’s all going to be worth it. We are also planning a long weekend trip to San Francisco/Carmel/Monterey and that is fun too.

    My favorite travel destination has been Jamaica and St. Augustine, FL.

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