It’s currently a cold January night in the middle of a pandemic and being able to travel seems like a distant dream, especially going abroad but it’s also the perfect time to think about where I’d love to visit when possible, so in no particular order here’s my UK travel Bucket list:
South Wales….I’m from a seaside town on the north Wales coast, we’re blessed with the best of both worlds as we have mountains and the coast on our doorstep. I’ve only ever been to South Wales once, I visited Tenby and lost my purse whilst cycling round the caravan park I was staying at, I was 9 or 10 and the feeling of losing my purse has never left me. Now that I’m 30 years older, I think I’m ready to go south, preferably down the “Welsh Route 66” all the way to Cardiff and explore our capital city.
Liverpool….I’d like to spend a couple of nights being a tourist, go to the Albert Docks and enjoy the Beatles Story, visit the Cavern on Matthew Street, take a Ferry across the Mersey, as in the song!
Cornwall….It looks so beautiful, the 6 hour long drive puts me off but like the Scotland trip can be broken up in to a shorter stint before getting to the county itself. I want to have my photo taken at the sign in Lands End, spend a day on the beach, enjoy a cream tea (I’m a jam on the scone first girl) and not forgetting trying a proper Cornish Pasty!
Scotland….Specifically the North Coast 500 allowing for a stop off at Culloden, I’m an Outlander fan so I need to make a pilgrimage to the Highlands. This trip would be a long one, ideally in our motorhome so we have lots of stops along the way to break up the driving.
When I get to tick these off my bucket list I don’t know, right now it feels like a long way off. I just hope the sun is shining when I do.
Where would you like to travel to when the restrictions have been lifted and the world has settled down?