Travel Thursdays: Where to Travel/Gain Inspo

While watching the Paleo Way on Netflix (they only have season 2 on there right now, but that’s good enough), this is what started some of my interest in places I’d love to visit sometime in my life. I also have the wanderlust while watching Salt, Acid, Fat, Heat that’s also on Netflix (thank’s dad!).

Most people I see, who travel, usually want to go tourist-y, more to the main places, that aren’t usually food. Yet we can’t survive without food, so usually you land up eating sometime each day on your travels. It seems to me that not many people focus on local foods, but that’s how I’d travel, if I could. Sure the churches, the museums or other attractions would be lovely, but trying new food, and meeting the locals through local food, I find makes it all the more memorable.

Think of this, as you plan your travels this year, or over the next while, if you’re like me, and have to save and wait a good while to travel.

Going back to the show I’ve been watching, the Paleo Way, I got inspiration to go to the rain forest area of Queensland, Australia. I also got inspiration to go down a few states from where I live here in the States, to a farm. It’s a holistic farm, that looks like a very neat place to visit, and I think it’d be a great place to search for the restaurants that they supply their animals to.

One place I’d love to go for more family history reasons, is Japan. I’d love to go to Tokyo, but I’d more inclined to go more rural. Is that a surprise though, with what all I just said? haha!

Another long-out dream I have is to ride the Trans-Mongolian Railway, which is similar to the Trans-Siberian Railway. The main difference is what countries you visit throughout the trip. Here’s a website that offers both!

I’d love to visit the Mediterranean region as well. Can you tell I have no set region to visit yet? Most of this is in my dream life, probably in my older years.

Where would you like to travel in your future, near or far? I’d love to know!

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