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Since I’ve been back from my semester abroad, I’ve been missing traveling. I loved exploring new places and I cannot wait until I get once again the opportunity to do so. But life goes on, and opportunities to travel are not as frequent as I’d like them to be. So I have to find another way to satisfy my wanderlust.
One great way to travel without having to spend too much money is through books. Books will take you anywhere, whether it is in the past, in the present or in the future, to worlds that we know of and some that are completely new to us, and all of that from the very comfort of our own homes for a fraction of the price an airplane ticket would cost you. I mean, how awesome is that?
With that in mind, I thought I would share with you 10 books that will spark your wanderlust, no doubt! If you can’t plan your next “real” vacation, you might want to check these books out instead. 😉
I just couldn’t come to England and not visit the Beatles’ city. I mean, that would be crazy, right? I may not be the Beatles’ biggest fan, but I would have felt like I was missing on an important part of England if I hadn’t been to Liverpool. (It’s as if saying that you visited all of England except for London – that’s just silly!)
We almost didn’t make it to Liverpool because we were hesitating between that and York, but I’m so glad we decided against it! (Though I do hope that I’ll get to visit York too!) Liverpool ended up being one of my favorite cities we’ve been to so far. Sadly, we didn’t get to spend that much time there (we were only there for a couple of hours), but we were still able to see everything we wanted to see.
So, how do you spend a day in Liverpool?
Okay, here is the thing. If there is one thing you need to know about me, it’s that I love making lists. To-do lists, shopping lists, wishlists, bucket lists… and the list goes on. (See what I did there? 😉 )
But you should probably also know that I love to travel. I haven’t traveled a lot in my life (I’ve only been to the USA a few times), but every time I have, I simply loved it. I love discovering new places and new cultures.
This is why today I’ve decided to combine two of the things I love into one and share with you my the top 10 dream destinations that are on my travel wishlist.