Wednesday Wandering…

It’s Wednesday again.

This is usually the time of the week when I go on a Wander. However, this week I’ve not had the chance to do my usual hunt for photos and research, despite (or perhaps because of) being out for a wander yesterday.

My Wednesday Wander posts take a bit of work. I enjoy doing them, and haven’t yet run out of places to feature. However, I’ve had a couple of books take me by the throat and demand I write them, so this year my focus will have to shift slightly when it comes to writing.

I do have more travel booked, a holiday planned for April to somewhere I’ve not been before, so I will definitely be writing more Wanders. However, they may not be every week – I hope you don’t mind.

I thought I’d take a look back and see how many Wanders I’ve written since the first post in November 2015, and was surprised to see there are 92! So, if you’re feeling that you might need a bit of a travel fix, there are 92 destinations right here on this blog, from Paris to Morocco, California to Wales. I even went to Dragonstone last year (though the Targaryens weren’t in, sadly). Just search Wednesday Wander, and you’ll see them all.

Oh, and in case you’re wondering (wandering?), my most popular post, based upon the amount of comments and likes, was to a place not far from where I live. Highgate Cemetery, London, is the most popular Wander I’ve written to date – hop on over and check it out, if you haven’t already.

Thanks for coming on so many Wednesday Wanders with me – see you next time!

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26 thoughts on “Wednesday Wandering…

  1. You’ve booked somewhere you have never been? I have been following your Wednesday Wander posts for a while now, and from seeing them, I have to wonder just where it is on Earth you haven’t been yet. Hahaha. Are you going to Antarctica perhaps? πŸ˜›

    • πŸ˜€ Oh, there are loads of places I haven’t been! Including New York, which is where I’m heading in April, as well as a short jaunt to Canada and New England. So I’m really looking forward to seeing and experiencing the Big Apple πŸ™‚ As for Antarctica… well, it’s on the list!

      • I would love to go to Antarctica!! But here’s a tip about New York if you are looking to photograph, wander about, and visit museums: the Guggenheim is closed on Thursdays. Always. I discovered this the hard way after walking all the way across Central Park to see it. Lol.

      • Ooh thank you! Travel tips are always appreciated, and I’ll remember that πŸ™‚ I must say I’m looking forward to walking across Central Park too!

  2. I’ve just come across your Wednesday Wanders through Suzie’s blog. And then this post sent me to your Highgate post. All quite interesting. I’ll be poking around in here.

  3. Helen, I got quite excited seeing our Sydney Opera House on your wanders today. I was looking at a series of photos I took of my Mum with my kids back in 2011 last night and they just so special. Decided to turn them into a movie. I never take the architecture of our beautiful harbour for granted, but through blogging and connecting with people overseas, it’s gained great resonance and I really saw something magical in watching my kids mucking around with the Opera House in the background.
    xx Rowena

    • Aw, that’s beautiful, Rowena. Those photographs do sound very special, not just because of the architecture. When I lived in Sydney I lived on the North shore and would take the bus to work every day over the Harbour Bridge, and I often thought how lucky I was, to see one of the world’s great views every morning. I still remember the first time I saw it, and how it felt. It is a very special place indeed πŸ™‚

      • I’m from the North Shore up around Pymble. I love Kirribilli and for many years, went to the dentist there and would catch a ferry into the city as a bit of a detour. Great fun!

      • I love Kirribilli too – I used to live not too far from there, Neutral Bay/Cremorne area. And taking the ferries is just another wonderful part of living in the city, isn’t it? Just a fantastic place to live πŸ™‚

      • It is beautiful down there and I spent time around there when I was young going to The Oaks, Maisies etc. It was a life time ago now…

      • I used to go to The Oaks on Thursday nights after I left school. I seem to remember being on the look out for someone there but I can’t remember who it was anymore. My friends and I used to prowl around a fair bit to see who was there. Quite a social scene.

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