As you might already know, today (or yesterday) is Earth Day! I thought I would share with you all the amazing countries I visited on this Earth of ours! 🙂
It all started when I was 10 – I went to Italy with my classmates, met a penfriend and saw mountains for the very first time. Piemonte is one of the farthest, North regions on the left of Italy. It was amazing, we could see Monte Rosa from our Hostel. It wasn’t snowy at all.
A few years later, my uncle took me and some of my cousins to Germany for a skiing holiday. It was a terrific experience. We stayed in a hostel in Berchtesgaden, visited Austria, Salzburg and Munich too. I am in love with Salzburg, that is for sure. Again, there was no snow. We went skiing on artificial snow. The only time it snowed was before our plane took off, which delayed our flight by a couple of hours.
A few years later, I went back to Germany… Cologne for World Youth Day.
Then, I went for a 1 week cruise with my parents and my sister. It was amazing. We stopped in Tunis, Rome, Valencia and some other place which I cannot remember at the moment. It was great to be on board, eating luxurious food and being served like a queen. The shows were also spectacular and there were fun activities. It was a thing that at every harbour we arrive at, a party takes place on board to welcome the new passengers. All in all it was great but there still is no other harbour like the natural Grand Harbour in Malta.
A while later, I went to Ireland with my ex and his family. Ireland is beautiful. I got to see how the Irish live, visited Primark for the very first time in Londonderry and seen lots of countryside, beautiful calm bays and animals, don’t forget the cows and sheep. The scenery is spectacular, like nothing I have seen before. And the Guinness is just regular beer over there 🙂
Then a few years later I went to Rome with my parents and my sister again. It was the first time I traveled with family and it was different. We argued but we had a blast! Rome is beautiful and I will return, probably not at new years.
That’s it! Next is London for the IMATS which I mentioned here.
Where have you been to? Where would you go again? I’d love to know!