#GlobetrotWed: Celebrating Travel Adventures

We’ve got wanderlust. What better way to get over the Wednesday “hump” than by dreaming about travel (past and future destinations).

It’s why we’re bringing you (drumroll please…)  Globetrotting Wednesdays (#GlobetrotWed) – a little bit of  eye candy to help you get through the week.

Each Wednesday on Social Media (have you liked us on Facebook, and followed us on Instagram and Twitter?) We will share a photograph from our travel adventures. We’ll invite you to do the same. Together we can fight mid-week boredom and bring the spirit of travel into our lives, even when we have to stay put!

So do you have Wanderlust too? Take a look at these two photographs and learn more about where we were when we took them. Then share your own: it can be a destination you have been to, or one you are dying to see.

Globetrotting Mama's #GlobetrotWed - Cuba

The photo above was taken on a GAdventures trip through Cuba. It was an eye-opening trip but when I think about the highlights, this moment is definitely among them. We’d been driving for hours from Havana when we pulled over at a rest stop and there was this nirvana just on the other side of the road. Everyone changed into swim gear and took to the water and getting us back on the bus was no easy feat.  My story about Cuba ran in The Toronto Star.

Globetrotting Mama's #GlobetrotWed - Italy

One of the things I found most surprising (and exquisite) about my trip to northern Italy last fall was the art – particularly the ceilings. The amount of attention to detail that goes into many of the ceilings of the cathedrals, palaces and forts is mind boggling. The light will hit them just so and you catch your breath at the beauty. I share a few more ceilings in my post.

 

Your turn? What are you thinking about on this Globetrotting Wednesday?

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Christine February 15, 2015, 3:55 PM

Gosh that’s beautiful! I’m so envious of your trips! Especially Italy. That’s my first place I’d like to go. I’ve just applied to teach in Spain, but I know that I’d definitely like to be able to supplement that with writing something that will intrigue people while sharing a new voice with the world. You’re marvellously lucky and I can only imagine how your adventures have affected your perspective on the world in general. It’s an education unlike any other.

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