So apparently, I had accidently subscribed to a Facebook page that posts pictures of nature and I absolutely don’t regret it. I’m the epitome of laziness and yet a person who’s always excited at the prospect of travelling. So I can’t not share those beautiful pictures on my blog; they’re too amazing to be kept to one person. Here are a few of the pictures which always capture my attention.
Venice, Italy. The place that’s on the very top of my list. I wouldn’t let go of travelling until I visit this place. It’s just so beautiful, ugh.
Switzerland. The entire country is so similar to my own country but much better. It looks like a gateway to a peaceful land. I think I’d be happy to just walk around the neighbourhoods even without any specific and carefully planned visit schedule.
Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany. It doesn’t snow in my country. At all. So, this place, with all its majestic structure, really captivates me. I don’t know if it is possible to go there but going to such a place would be such a pleasure for me. Plus, maybe the little German I learnt a few years ago on an app would finally come in handy!
Halong Bay, Vietnam. This is one of the places my father always talks about. He says that it’s soothing just to be there and it really does look like it. Honestly, I think I’ve chosen the wrong picture because this doesn’t express much, but others look amazing.
Japan. The countryside and the cities both entrance me equally. The countrysides and lesser populated places, because of several anime series and the cities, because of the newest versions of technology found in the everyday streets. Aside from the language barrier, I don’t think a trip to Japan can ever go wrong. I mean, they even know how to deal with earthquakes, which would very educational for my country at this time.
And that’s it for my list. Actually, there’s Australia as well but I don’t think I know much about that place yet. And the reason I didn’t include some other fabulous places might be either because it’s too hot there for me to think about it, too crowded and full or buildings or it’s a place I’ve never heard of.
This was such a good post to do. It was like a Yiruma’s piano piece made especially for my eyes. A eyegasm, if I may say so. And, with that, the very first Wander-on Wednesday, of the many more to come, is all wrapped up!