The Wanderlust Problem Continues

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It’s been about a year since I decided to torture myself and compile a list of all the places that I want to visit but have no plans to do for in the near future. So, naturally, I thought that I would do it again and this time keep it strictly beach based, because there is nowhere I would rather be right now than by the ocean. The Top 5 on that list (that aren’t already on the previous one) are:

1) St Lucia

St Lucia, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

St Lucia, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

Look this goes up first on this list because it’s the place I want to be most right now. I don’t know why, but it is. Just look at it. How relaxing does that look? Ugh.

2) Barbados

Barbados, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

Barbados, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

I mean how can I not include this on the list? It’s, like, the ultimate place to go.

3) Jamaica

Jamaica, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

Jamaica, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

Again, this kind of seems like a given to me. And also, this is the place that people just assume I’m from, which is a kind of pointless fact about me, but there you go (it’s not by the way).

4) Grenada

Grenada, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

Grenada, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

I’ve been here before because it’s part of my heritage and it would be rude not to. I was 11 when I went there though which makes it over 12 years ago now and therefore I am 100% in need of a trip back. It was beautiful then and I’m sure it would be the same and I’d probably appreciate it a bit more this time, cos age and all that.

5) Bali

bali

Bali, The Wanderlust Problem Continues

For some reason, people talk about Bali as if it completely changed their lives when they visited and left them a different person. And I want that. And I also want to look at a view like that. So badly. Gimme!

And with that little exercise in self torture, this post is complete. Parentheses count: 2. See you tomorrow!

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