Got A Case Of Wanderlust?
2020 is upon us, and I have an itch to travel…to get away and discover some of the magical places around us – like this:
Yes, this “Hands Bridge” in Vietnam is now on my bucket list…in a part of the world I’ve heard is incredible and inviting…will I go this year? Not sure, but if I do, I’m walking across this bridge! You can see more about it here:
It’s just one of many things I want to do in 2020 and beyond. I am putting together my “Wanderlust Wish List”, so let’s get traveling!
Like The View?!
There are so many cool things to do in this world, like lounging on a South Seas island and watching the day drift by…
Imagine owning your own island? Yes, they go on sale all the time, all around the world!
Click here to see some of the ones I found for sale that are “paradise ready!”
Yes, I could get used to this view, but I also like to explore as well.
If you’ve got a taste for something a bit more “adventurous”, check out some of these extreme options!
Voyage To The Bottom Of The Sea!
A science travel organization called Deep Ocean Expeditions has made Mir Submersibles and Deep Rover submarines available to the traveling public for rare, firsthand views of the frontier below.
Imagine being taken 12,500 feet into the North Atlantic to see the wreckage of the famed Titanic! Only a handful of craft can sustain human life at such depths, the same craft that carried filmmakers to the sea floor to film James Cameron’s “Titanic”. How cool does that sound? You’ll even get to see some friends like this:
I’m not sure I’d like to be confined in this vessel, even with so many new friends to meet…instead, maybe I need to do this instead:
What about this “middle earth” adventure: “The Mammoth Cave National Park in central Kentucky is the longest cave system in the world, a fascinating underground world open to traveling explorers. This Unesco World Heritage Site may be a common tourist trap, but its length is open to fearless adventurers who wish to go beyond the beaten path.
The Wild Cave Tour at Mammoth Cave takes a small group of spelunkers deep into the cave through twists, turns and tiny spaces that would inspire terror in your average tourist. If you book your own exploration, a private guide will show you the world below, exploring some of Mammoth Cave’s 365 miles of underground tunnels. If the idea of squeezing through 9-inch by 24-inch openings of deep limestone caverns excites you, you’ll be right at home in Mammoth Cave.”
Behold “Middle Earth!”
I’d love to take a walk into the center of the earth, as long as the ceilings weren’t too low!
I also want to go on a safari, if only to have breakfast with these Giraffes!
Yes, you can have breakfast with the locals! I’d love to share my eggs with some friendly Giraffes, which make this a “must see” on my “wanderlust wish list!”
See more details here:
There you go, some of the things I want to see in 2020 and beyond!
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So there you have it – leave me a comment and let me know what’s on your “wanderlust!” After all, it’s your world, explore it!