I spent 76 days of this summer travelling. I realise that 80 would have been a better number but I was very glad to get home. I find it strange how quickly I get back into my home routine and how distant my trip becomes even when I’ve only been back a couple of weeks. Thankfully there are a few things that still stand out.
I went to Legoland in Windsor with family. My great-nephews loved everything about the park and the hotel. Getting them out of the reception area of the hotel with its pit of Lego proved to be difficult. They kept thinking that the hotel reception was Legoland and couldn’t comprehend that there were so much more to see than a Lego pit.
I do like animals and I got to see quite a few during the summer. I got to feed sheep in Windsor, and they have the softest muzzles. Mind you, I didn’t enjoy feeding sheep as much as Marty did, it’s a wonder we ever got him to leave.
I also went to look for a mythical creature. But although we didn’t actually find Nessy I did have an amazing time in the Highlands of Scotland and I really want to go back.
I was in America three times during the summer. The area surrounding Salt Lake City was much more beautiful than I was expecting. Actually the trip reminded me just how vast and varied America is as I also got to spend time exploring Pennsylvania.
Like every trip I ended up eating too much food as I don’t really get the opportunity to cook while travelling. I ate the most amazing lobster at Marc Forgione in Manhattan. Food featured heavily in my trip to New York as I discovered how easy it was to book restaurants using Open Table. Now that I’m back home I’ll have to eat less.
I have no plans at the minute to travel again this year but I have a feeling that will change.