#AtoZChallenge: “Y” is for YESTERDAY’S TRAVELS, TOMORROW’S DREAMS

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Day 25: April 29

In the course of almost 60 years on this planet, (yes, I’m that old!), it’s been my great fortune to have travelled extensively.  There’s nothing like experiencing different cultures to enrich your life and broaden your mind.  The other great thing about it is you create wonderful memories,  to sustain you in your old age, when travelling further than the bathroom becomes a major undertaking.

Yesterday’s Travels:

Follow Debbie Doglady’s board Places I Have Been on Pinterest.

Tomorrow’s Dreams:

Follow Debbie Doglady’s board Places I Want to Visit on Pinterest.

Many of these dreams probably won’t be realized, (unless there’s a lottery win in future), but they’re sure fun to think about.  At least I can say that number one and number two on the bucket list have now been crossed off, while we still had some life left in us!

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What’s on your bucket list?

If physical travel isn’t possible, you can take a World Tour right from your chair…

Looking forward to your comments!


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Debbie

The “Doglady”. Canine Innkeeper in suburban Toronto, Canada. Writer/blogger, animal lover, music fanatic, inveterate traveller. History, literature & cinema buff. Eternal hippie/rockchick. Bi-national, German/Canadian and multilingual. Currently working on a memoir of the dogs she has known during her years as a pet sitter, along with other memoirs and creative writing pieces.

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29 Responses to #AtoZChallenge: “Y” is for YESTERDAY’S TRAVELS, TOMORROW’S DREAMS

  1. Now I am inspired to create my own Board of places I want to be. You have travelled so much!! wow :)
    Rajlakshmi recently posted…That Zazzy EffectMy Profile

  2. Yup, lots of armchair travel is on the cards but we do hope to make it to every continent at least…
    Archana recently posted…Zero… Size ZeroMy Profile

  3. 1 & 2 is visiting Greece and Cyprus.

    #3 is spending a Summer and earl Autumn in a waterfront cabin in the woods with a cat and my books, electronic and paper.

    #4 is a day in the clouds. Yes, who said they had to be realistic goals?

    #5 is a day or two in the desert; lungs be damned!

    #6-10 are yet to be determined.

  4. Lisa
    Twitter:

    Debbie, I’d love to see Niagra Falls, Alaska and Wyoming. Just need a little more money and time to do them all :) I can’t think of abroad til I’ve seen more here in the USA.
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  5. I’ve been to a few places around the country but not outside. I guess I only have I WANTs.

  6. My travel bucket list would have to include Italy, Greece, England, Ireland, and New Orleans… though of course I wouldn’t turn down any other trip opportunities that came my way!
    Laurel Regan recently posted…Blogging from A to Z Challenge – Y is for…My Profile

  7. Cathy
    Twitter:

    Traveling is so wonderful in every way. It does take time, money and energy though, so it isn’t always possible to take every trip we would like to take. That’s why I appreciate blogs like yours to experience a place that I might not ever get to see in person. I have enjoyed traveling with you throughout the month, Debbie. Hope you get on lots more trips and then can blog about them.
    Cathy recently posted…Y is for Yesterday’s YouthMy Profile

  8. And the restrooms on some of our travels get harder and harder to navigate :-) What an awesome way to show us your “beens” and “goings”. It’s not the money that keeps me from traveling as much as the discomfort of flights, airports and knowing I can’t walk miles in the cities anymore. It sounds trivial but cumulative injuries begin to interfere, and I don’t fancy getting around cities by taxi. Perhaps I will become an arm chair traveler!
    Sammy D. recently posted…Y is for YooperMy Profile

    • It is getting harder with age, Sammy. :P That’s why I’m so glad hubby and I got to Greece when we did. That was difficult already – can’t imagine if we’d waited even longer! We both have old injuries, etc., but he’s the stronger of us and I couldn’t have climbed all the rocks and stairs without him. I don’t mind the flights or the airports, having spent so much time doing that since early childhood. Apologies for the late response – am finally trying to catch up a bit!
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  9. LOL! When it’s hard just to get to the restroom… I’ve got a huge bucket list. One of the things on it is hang gliding, and pretty much seeing all of Europe, spending some time living in India, and taking an Alaskan cruise.

  10. I’ve touched on a few countries during my lifetime: both BCs, Italy, London, Folkstone, Dartford, Germany, Switzerland, Italy and many of the States of the U.S. I even got to see Niagara Falls. :) I would have enjoyed visiting Greece and Egypt, Israel, Russia and Ireland, but those are just dreams, except for Ireland–I have so many friends there, I would just love to meet them; maybe I could even catch a wee leprechaun and force him to tell me where his gold is. heeheehee
    Mary Purpari recently posted…“Y” is for YearningsMy Profile

  11. Ah, all my life I’ve wanted to travel the world. I even had dreams of joining the Peace Corps so I can travel and help others. That’s not even an option in my life now, but I still think about it, if my circumstances changed, and I find myself alone, I would probably give it all up, join the PC and one way or another travel to: France, Germany, Africa, Greece, Amsterdam, Scotland, Wales, and that’s just off the top of my head! This was fun. Great post!
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  12. I’ve been to England, Paris, and Germany…but I haven’t traveled much of the U.S. That’s most of my bucket list. I’d also like to take cruises to see all the islands I wouldn’t want to spend an entire week vacationing on! I’m very Type A personality, so I want to go go go when I vacation.
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  13. Travelling is the greatest study for the mind and for the soul

    PhenoMenon
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  14. Best of luck for that lottery win and all those travels you hope for :)
    Beloo Mehra recently posted…Priceless are the Moments…Part IMy Profile

  15. Would love to travel to many places in the world, Paris, New York, Emirates, London, Turke, Egypt and Brazil as well as spiritual places in India. Hope, I realize it someday coz travel is the biggest education in terms of culture. Beautiful post, Debbie:)
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